Track & Take Control of Your Lost Android Device Using Android Lost

by Jawwad in Android, Mobile | 0 comments


image | Track & Take Control of Your Lost Android Device Using Android Lost

Android Lost seems to be pretty useful application for the Android users who are unlucky enough to have lost their device somewhere, and want to track the location and even want to erase the sensitive information to prevent this info to go in to the wrong hands. Android Lost is available for free from the Android market. After downloading and installing the app on your device you simply need to launch the app to get the device registered. After that go the http://www.androidlost.com/#getstarted and then enter your Google account credentials. From then you can remote control your device from the web interface, track the location or perform a number of other important tasks such locking the phone, wipe the phone, message popup etc.

Here is a list of features as provided by the developer:

* read SMS inbox and sent
* wipe phone
* lock phone
* erase SD card
* locate by GPS or network
* start alarm
* send SMS from web page
* message popup
* forward calls
* remote install
* phone status: battery, imei, etc
* remote SMS alarm
* remote SMS lock and unlock
* start stop GPS
* start stop WIFI

You can get the Android Lost application here from Android Market.

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