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    I lost my android phone a couple of days ago and was slow enough not to take any action except for calling it before the battery went out. I did not have any particular "lost device" app installed and the location setting was turned off during that day so the timeline in google maps is of no help.

    Now, I wonder if there is any way by which I can find its location. I can see that in the google account, it was last synced yesterday. Could this be of any help for finding it? In other words; was its position synced? Could I send some GPS flare and get its position if the phone is turned off but has a tiny bit of battery still left? Can I see the position of where it was when I called it?

    Thanks for your help. I think it's still somewhere in the bushes
    07-30-2018 02:47 PM
  2. hallux's Avatar
    If it's not turned on or has no network, you're not finding it. You're also not going to be able to wipe it.

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    07-30-2018 02:50 PM

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