1. AC Question's Avatar

    Frustratingly I lost my phone over the weekend, it was protected with a pin and has since been blacklisted by my network provider (SIM AND EMEI).

    I know this means no one can use this phone again using a different SIM (in the UK anyway) but does blacklisting 'lock down' the phone, so that no data can be accessed? I don't like the thought that if someone has found it they can access my files by connecting via USB and downloading that way for example?

    Any help much appreciated.

    10-13-2014 06:06 AM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! If you had a screenlock set, then someone else wouldn't be able to access your data simply by connecting it to a computer via USB. If you do that and the phone is still locked, nothing shows up on the computer.

    You could go to google.com/android/devicemanager and see if it can locate your phone. You can then send an instruction to wipe the phone--the problem is there is no way to confirm that it was done.
    10-14-2014 03:26 AM

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