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  Reply # 478619 7-Jun-2011 16:49
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defragger: This looks interesting. However I can't even seem to the the verification email sent to my email account. Not a good start...

Did it get flagged as spam? 

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  Reply # 478628 7-Jun-2011 17:27
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Not sure if we are talking about the same thing but have a look at Android Lost and I also use SIM Checker Pro

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  Reply # 478630 7-Jun-2011 17:30
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I suppose if you run Tasker you could automate all of this however you wanted...




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  Reply # 478639 7-Jun-2011 17:53
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n4: I suppose if you run Tasker you could automate all of this however you wanted...


Should be easy. Just use the "Unread text" function, specify some unique content and make it do its thing. Not particularly secure or robust though, but probably enough to thwart the average punk.

They really need an external scripting agent for that, a couple of my scripts are quite complicated and doing it on the phone gets rather painful when you want to make changes. Marvellous app though.




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  Reply # 478680 7-Jun-2011 19:29
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I use Seek Droid it's only $1 USD on Android Market 




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  Reply # 478773 7-Jun-2011 22:16
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blakamin: Got mrs to text me 15mins ago... going to give it another 6. Not done anything so far.


That's weird, working fine here, and getting reports every ten minutes when I try it. Tried it out coming home from work and my reports are bang on with location of phone as I was moving about.  

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  Reply # 479013 8-Jun-2011 16:32
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lokhor: I use Seek Droid it's only $1 USD on Android Market 


SeekDroid works! yay!

Alarm is instant, it doesn't need you to tell it your phone number, and you can see the last calls the handset has made in about 1 second!


Thanks lokhor!

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  Reply # 479019 8-Jun-2011 16:42
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I was going to get Seek Droid but I see on the Android Market some dodgy user called Blakamin rates it so its probably crap ;)

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  Reply # 479020 8-Jun-2011 16:47
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LMAO!

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  Reply # 479074 8-Jun-2011 19:03
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defragger: This looks interesting. However I can't even seem to the the verification email sent to my email account. Not a good start...

Did it get flagged as spam? 


Okay finally got the email. Just slow I guess. Seems to work fine. Tracks it within a minute. Might try it with WIFI off and see how well it holds. 




 

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