Question about Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
Yes you can. I don't have a complete answer but the GPS feature on all cell phones enables you to locate the unit via it's signal to the tower and the earth coordinates provided by the GPS. With Motorola phones they have a website. Other types can be acessed by your carrier. Write down the imei and the MSN. Also the sim id if you have a subscriber information module.
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