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Sign into iCloud.com with the same iCloud ID registered on the phone. One of the "apps" in iCloud.com should be "Find my iPhone."
Go to icloud.com/#find and log in. No download is necessary and your device should be located on a map and allow you to lock/erase/etc.
Well, first of all, you really probably don't have iOS 7 running on your iPhone 3gs, since iOS 7 is only compatible with these devices : I'll answer to your question anyway... Apple have effectively introduced a new security functionality in iOS 7 called "Activation Lock" which makes it theoretically impossible to use the phone, even if you reset it, as ...
No, unless you logged into find my iphone with the apple ID
Not unless your Apple ID has been logged in for use with Find My iPhone. Chances are this hasn't happened, since the iPod can only be associated with a single Apple ID at a time for the purposes of device registration and Find my iPhone.
Yes, if a device has been restored, Find My iPhone will be deactivated and the device will show as offline. If you have iOS 7 or above, you will receive an email if this occurs next time the device communicates with Apple's servers. However, with iOS 7 and above, attempting to erase an iPhone with an active Find My iPhone will enable Activation Lock. This ...
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