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You could try looking into the Google Location History. You can access that information by logging into the Google Dashboard with the google account you had on that phone. However, I'm not sure if you can activate location history remotely if you didn't already have it enabled.


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The short answer is no to both questions, you're probably out of luck. Long answer: To locate your Android device with the Google tools, meaning Android Device Manager, your device must have a working data connection of some kind to function and Location Services enabled. This would give the ability to locate the phone and lock or wipe it at your option, ...



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