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As long as your phone still has battery power left and is still switched on and connected to the phone networks, you can use one of the phone wiping apps that specifically advertise that they can be remotely installed and used after the phone is stolen. From a quick search of the Android Market, there are PlanB that is designed for this purpose: Plan B ...


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The other answers are a little misleading. First, it doesn't really matter from a security standpoint whether you've got things stored on the SD card or on the internal storage. The SD card is easier to remove and read outside the phone, but the internal storage can be read as well (most easily from the device itself but also from a PC). The second thing ...


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Go to wallet.google.com, sign in with the same account you used to set up the Play Store, select Payment Methods, click the edit or delete link next to the card you want to edit/delete. For more info, refer to this Google Wallet Help page


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Yes, if you installed an app to do this (obviously not in your case) or if your phone came with such functionality. If you don't know if you have it or don't know how to use it, you should call your carrier and ask. They will know best what to do about a stolen phone.


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Select your contact -> Settings menu -> Share -> Gmail -> and send that to your own Email address. Then you will get a e-mail with yourContact.vcf attached to it. simply download it. (Downloaded file will be available on SDCARD/Download)


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If it is auto-completed by Google Chrome, please follow the following steps, Go to your Google Account Dashboard. This will list all of the information collected on you by Google. Scroll down to Web History and search for your Credit Card entry or other entries to be removed, and remove it from the history. Or you can go directly to your Web History. ...


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If your intention is to have your "personal card" available as a kind of "business card" to easily share with your partners, there might be a much better idea than exporting it as vCard: Export it as QR-Code. So you only need to display that QR-Code on your device, and your partner can use a QR reader to "snap" it. It would then be detected as a "business ...


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There are at least two different solutions available for it: LBE Privacy Guard (careful when you're already running JellyBean: do not use the Playstore version then, but rather check with XDA-Developers, as the playstore version causes boot-loops with JellyBean and the dev did not even place a note for it), and PDroid Privacy Protection / PDroid Manager. The ...


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One nice alternative to the ones you already have is Group SMS by Tur Han available from Google Play Store. It allows you to compose the message and: add first and/or last name to the message text; select the recipients individually. Works pretty good, it's a free app (small publicity banner), with no bugs on my end. Shows the progress of each message ...


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When you do a hard reset, or a Factory Default Reset, it wipes your Phones INTERNAL storage completely. So anything that was saved on your phones internal storage, is pretty much gone. Personal things such as : Texts, Phone Calls, and Browsing History, are not stored on your SD Card, but stored Internally. So doing that wipe will have cleared it out. So ...



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