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This question will likely get put on hold as a dup soon, but the best answer is really one I gave to another question. I had forgotten about the iPad being logged in to the same account and did not turn off findMyiPhone on it before changing the appleId. What worked for me finally, I found here apple's KB. Log out of iMessage on the iPad, and the log ...


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I think that is not possible after iOS 7... But you have google and the apple support : http://support.apple.com/kb/ph2702


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I had the same problem. Not possible to just update the existing version, you must furst uninstall the app, then search for it in the app store and reinstall. App will work after doing this.


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Instead of using "find my iphone" use the "find friends" app. It's from Apple and I use it all the time. I saw that the OP was using the wrong tool for the job. “Find my phone” does send notices as a feature. Of course if the OP wants to find a lost or stolen phone it’s the right tool and the emails wouldn’t be an issue. If the user wants to “track” the ...


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iCloud will send emails to the registered email address if any event is triggered on Find My iPhone (including logging in to iCloud)


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When attempting to download an app that has been updated and no longer supports an older version of iOS, you will receive the following prompt: Download an older version of this app? The current version requires iOS 8.0 or later, but you can download the last compatible version. Cancel | Download Tapping Download will download the last ...


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If they deleted everything, then no... I guess you could then contact the police or something, resetting the iphone will cause the "find my iphone" feature to be disabled so yeah...


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No, it can't. If you want to track an iOS device without an email notification, try Apple's Find My Friends.


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First, contact the new owner, and ask him/her to enable Airplane mode. Once that's done, visit https://www.icloud.com/#find, and select the device. You should now have the ability to click "Remove from Account".


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You can not use the find my phone if it was not activated. The next best thing you can do is report it as stolen, and it will be added to the world wide IMEI data base so it can not be used legally. And there is this option but http://www.gsma.com/technicalprojects/fraud-security/stolen-phone-checking need to be fulfilled. IMEI Look Up Service – ...


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My friend got an email after someone checked her phone. Dear (User Name), Your Apple ID (appleid@email.com) was used to sign in to the Find My iPhone app on a new device. Date and Time: September 25, 2014, 8:02 AM PDT Device: iPhone 5s If you recently signed in to the Find My iPhone app, you can disregard this email. If you have not ...


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No, once Find My iPhone has been removed, the device cannot be tracked. However, I believe you are underestimating how difficult it is to remove Find My iPhone from a device. To log out an iCloud account with an active Find My iPhone service, you need to enter the iCloud password, which would require them to have this information. Furthermore, restoring ...


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My son got an email notification that I checked his location through Find my Iphone! Yikes!


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Currently, it's not possible to disable security notifications from iCloud services.


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No, it's not possible to do that.


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I was told by Apple they cannot find out but that you should change your password and make it something difficult with uppercase, numbers and symbols I just logged into my own phone to find it and received an email 10 minutes later...I think it's something new they are doing and there are probably some bugs to kink out while they do it...hope this helps...I ...


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Reset your "Find my phone" iCloud: Remove your device from Find My iPhone Then enable it again after 15 or more minutes. Check for emails from Apple. Also there might be a bug in iOS 8.0.1 so just turn it off for now (and do not loose your phone). Turn off "Find My iPhone" on your phone if you're using the feature. You can do this under Settings > ...


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Change your password (to make sure whoever is logged in can't change it). Go to icloud.com. Go to Settings. Click "Sign out of all browsers currently logged in." Change your password again (by now, they should be logged out). As far as calling Apple to find out who did this, it is unlikely they will be able to tell you. You can try and call at ...


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Well it's someone who has you mail & password. You won't be able to know more. If you don't know who did it, change immediately your password !



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