Assuming you ever registered a gmail address on your google play account(which you have to, to download apps), your phone will be registered in Google's Device Manager on play.google.com. If your phone was connected to WiFi or Data when the screen broke the below method can work(I've tested it myself multiple times).
Head to play.google.com(From your PC)
As the policy says: this enables the administrator to erase ALL data. As it's a device administrator (and not a user admin), this applies to the entire device.
Idea behind this is to protect sensitive corporate data, which might be contained in your Exchange account. In case the device gets lost, your IT admin can trigger the "data self destruct". Sounds ...
There are multiple things which can be done:
Device encryption (to assure all your data is stored encrypted)
Install anti-theft software (to track and, if necessary, remote-wipe a lost device)
Activate Google's Device Manager on your device (and make sure it works, as it not always does)
To photograph the "perpetrator", you might want to take a look at ☆ ...
No, as the device will require the new password before it will successfully log in to the Play Store app to download any apps.
Again, No as it will not send any data to Google because you've changed your password.
I'm not aware of any way to find out this information. Unfortunately by changing your password and ending sessions there is no way to communicate ...
If it was an Android phone (I'm assuming it was) then your SMS messages will be wiped if there is a factory reset performed on the device. HOWEVER if you manually stored any messages onto your SIM card (and only if you manually moved them there and if the SIM is still in the phone) then those will remain on the SIM card and can still be viewed on the device. ...
There is no confirmation provided that the device had been wiped as you can read in Google Support (there are are earlier references and this is the latest I could find - last month)
So you can't - the fact that device is wiped also means that your device is not associated with your account and therefore you cannot see it listed in your devices. Also as ...
Yes, with Google's find my device you can locate, lock, and ERASE, the phone. So anyone who has access to the accounts connected to your phone is able to erase all your data.
It's made for cases of lost phones where you want to stop the thief from accessing your data.
This feature is automatically enabled on most devices.
All the person would have to do in ...
1) The phone is still tied to your Google account, it just can't sync any data because the password is incorrect. ADM will still issues the Erase command, and if successful you will receive an email with a message noting it was received by the device and it's approximate location if available. The fact that you changed your password after the fact is not ...
Yes, Android Device Manager will send the phone the Lock and Erase message as soon as it comes online and starts communicating with Google's servers. When the wipe occurs you will receive an email stating when and where it happened.
As you can have multiple devices associated with the same account (even if they're all of the same brand and model) and still target them separately, there must be an identifier. Logical conclusion is that identifier being the GSF1 android_id. When you register your "replacement", a new android_id will be created for your ...
The Knox container will be wiped.
Knox is a sandboxed instance of Android with its own separate security policy. Exchange's device administrator has no access to the contents of your phone outside of Knox and cannot wipe your personal data.
Is this just a generic warning given for any app requesting admin privileges? Perhaps it's possible that Outlook doesn't use the erase feature?
Only the operations which the app can perform are shown to the user. If the device admin screen shows an operation like "Monitor Screen Lock Attempts", then rest assured, the corresponding app does have that feature....
What data can be wiped? All data on the device can be wiped, it can allow Outlook (actually Exchange server, hosted Exchange server in the case of Office 365) to perform a full factory reset without your intervention, meaning no PIN, no password, or other intervention from the user. If someone issued an erase all data command from the Exchange console to ...
IF the LCD is no longer working but you can still see the display I would recommend an OTG cable Walmart
If the LCD is not working refer to New-To-IT's post
Another method would be to boot it into download mode and flash a new system image on it.
I would say that you don't have My Knox because if you look at My Knox videos you will see the icon says My Knox. However, the version you are talking about just says Knox. I can not find the version support for it either (as I have the same version you do) even though it says Knox 2.3 in the about tab under my apps -> Knox Settings -> Knox version.
You didn't mention what version of KNOX you have or what MDM your company is using.
With My KNOX, a personal version, you can wipe the entire device:
With KNOX Premium, an enterprise version, it depends upon ...
Carbonite Mobile, in addition to letting you see your Carbonite backups and to also backup your device, can also do the following:
Locate – Identify the location of your Android device on a map.
Ring – Misplaced your phone? Sound the ringer even if your phone is muted or set to vibrate.
Lock – Lock the screen on your device using a personalized pin....
Try Cerberus app for Android.
This app works on both rooted and non rooted devices (giving some additional options to rooted devices)
You create account, and login, which allows you to fully control your phone, even so that no one notices that you are doing anything (even if he who stole your phone is using it at the moment).
Some of the main features are ...