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There is GOOD news and BAD News....1st the bad news, your phone is lost and you will never see it again. The good news is that you can contact your service provider and have the handset disable by giving them the IMEI number.
I have yet to hear about a cell phone company that would trace a lost/stolen cell phone. Hopefully there was an insurance policy which covered lost/stolen phones; if not a replacement is out of pocket.
Hi , I am happy that you know your IMEI no. Its possible to trace a mobile if you have your lost phones IMEI no. First thing what you got to do is get your sim card disabled by your service provider.You need to go to your Service Provider and give them your cell phones IMEI no. Who ever has your cell phone will swich it on and put his sim in your mobile then your service provider will trace the mobile down.
call your service provider and give them this code. They will then be able to block your handset so even if the thief changes the SIM card, your phone will be totally useless. You probably won't get your cellphone back, but at least you know that whoever stole it can't use/sell it either.
Their isnt much you can do about getting it back, other then you can call the service provider of who you had the phone though, report it LOST, or Stolen, and give them the imei #. they can then shut that number off and lock the IMEI #, so NO ONE can ever use it.
if your mobile stolen then you can trace out through IMEI No.as follows
Email IMEI No to firstname.lastname@example.org No need to report police or service provider to call them. in 24 hours you will trace your mobile.
if you have lost your mobile then you can trace as follows. email the following information to email@example.com Your name Address phone Model Make Last used No Email adress for communication date of missing IMEI No
Hi, Some recommendations, 1.You'll need a GPS device on the phone and that will only help, all that you can do now is the Report the phone stolen and give the IMEI number to Nokia and they will block it! 2.Having done that report the loss to the local administration & produce the FIR report to all the service providers so that if that phone is used again, can be traced & you get the culprit hanged !!!
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Your only option here is to call your service provider and have them place a lost/stolen feature on it so it cannot be used by whomever took it. Tracing the phone is not possible. Unless you get the phone back your messages and any other information stored on the phone is lost. I suggest calling you provider immediatley as any charges before you report it stolen will be your responsibility (Unless you live in California).
Hi there. Phone your service provider, tell them its been stolen, if its being used they will send a text to that phone which will disable it from being able to be used. As for tracking it has to have GPS installed in the original software.