Question about Nokia N73 Cellular Phone
It is not possible to find a lost/stolen mobile unless you had already taken steps to do so, which I am sure you had not otherwise you would not be asking this question. What you can try to do is not let the finder/stealer use this phone. If you have the IMEI number, which should be there on its receipt from the dealer or if you had noted it down, you can request your service provider to block the phone. I have an E71 and installed google map with Latitude on it. And I have configured it such that it displayes my current location on my website always. So, if I loose it, I would know its location initially till the finder discovers the GPS and Latitude. Think on these lines next time.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Sorry for you. For protecting and finding back your lost phone, I would recommend an app called LEO Privacy: You can use your preserved number to send the commands to your lost phone and then find it. goo.gl/BCKwGq LEO Privacy Applock Hide Safe Android Apps on Google Play
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