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They could just have to phone turned off. Although if your phone is logged into itunes, it's POSSIBLE (with forensic software or more knowledge than most iphone thieves) to get your itunes user and password and then of course they could turn it off. However, I think it is an easy thing to determine if someone else is logging in with your credentials, so I'd ...


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Yes, sure - so long as the phone can currently find a net connection. Either from another iPhone, using the Find my iPhone app & entering your own Apple ID, or from the website - https://www.icloud.com/#find It will show on the map & give you options to Play Sound - useful if it's somewhere near you, down the back of the sofa, in a coat pocket ...


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I have an iphone 4 (IOS 7) and recently I accidently erased my phone on Find My Iphone from my pc (my phone was not lost) so when my phone finished from the process of "erasing" my phone opened again and it said "Hello" in front like a new iphone would so I kept on filling up the info and then there was a part where it said that I can restore my previous ...


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I'm encountering this problem in my own home (on Yosemite), so I think it's unlikely that the laptop is actually locked. Here in my tests my MBP is tracked with no problem when logged into my user account. However, when I reboot into the Safari-only guest account, I get the message on the Find my Mac interface saying that it was locked XX minutes ago (with ...



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