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If you have a Google account associated with the device, you can use Google Device Manager to send an alert to your phone. Sign in to your Google Account on android.com/devicemanager. If you have more than one device, click the arrow next to the device name to select a different device. Select any of the following options in the top left corner of ...


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Not sure if it'll work as I haven't tested it but here's an option to try(Note: This will only work if your Google account is still linked to the phone, and if it was stolen, the culprit hasn't formatted your phone or deactivated your account): Install Android Lost remotely Install the Android Lost app remotely via Google Play in your browser and it will ...


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Not sure if it'll work as I haven't tested it but here's an option to try: Install Android Lost remotely Install the Android Lost app remotely via Google Play in your browser and it will be installed on your phone remotely. As already mentioned, your phone still needs to be connected to your Google account. Otherwise, this won’t work. Android Lost ...


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For most phones, there is a way to flash the factory image (not to be confused with just wiping data) supplied by the manufacturer / ODM. Once flashed, compute checksums of all partitions (except cache, userdata and internal sd if on separate partition). To compare them, find the checksums for this phone and factory image somewhere or ask any owner of this ...



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