(Help Needed) My friend Mobile Phone Lost

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Electro007

Anyway to find it?
Phone is switched off right now….
He filed an FIR in police station…


Please help if you have any alternate solution to find it……

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Mention details like android/iphone, fingerprint/face lock enabled, tracking enabled?

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caks2006407 wrote:

Mention details like android/iphone, fingerprint/face lock enabled, tracking enabled?

Note 7 pro , Android , Pin Lock…….

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caks2006407 wrote:

Mention details like android/iphone, fingerprint/face lock enabled, tracking enabled?

Note 7 pro , Android , Pin Lock…….

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Electro007 wrote:


He filed an FIR in police station…

Is it ‘lost’, or is it ‘stolen’?

Police hardly, if ever, add to their station’s records to have morw of unsolved serious crimes.
And often manipulate and coerce one to opt for ‘lost’ instead of ‘stolen’… non serious issue as per them, instead of a crime under their jurisdiction.

For lost, no F.I.R. but merely a station diary entry and some basic person will be assigned to keep track of any leads.

If device is totally powered off.. then isn’t it just a wait and watch game?

Not having the number’s incoming barrec is important.
If by chsnce someone unintentionally foumd it and intends to help.. then it is prudent to have the SIM’s incoming services active.
(For trying by calling or for geo-location).

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Try to remove data from mobile and lock the mobile remotely

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There is almost no way to find it.

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infodoom wrote:

Is it ‘lost’, or is it ‘stolen’?

Police hardly, if ever, add to their station’s records to have morw of unsolved serious crimes.
And often manipulate and coerce one to opt for ‘lost’ instead of ‘stolen’… non serious issue as per them, instead of a crime under their jurisdiction.

For lost, no F.I.R. but merely a station diary entry and some basic person will be assigned to keep track of any leads.

If device is totally powered off.. then isn’t it just a wait and watch game?

Not having the number’s incoming barrec is important.
If by chsnce someone unintentionally foumd it and intends to help.. then it is prudent to have the SIM’s incoming services active.
(For trying by calling or for geo-location).

I think, police will not hand over mobile to owner if they found it.

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surajsengar wrote:

I think, police will not hand over mobile to owner if they found it.

If a sensible, responsible, experienced person (as your good selves) holds this view of the (alleged) ‘guardians of the law’… then it portrays the sad picture of the society which we have become.

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