Track Phone Location Easily
Track a mobile phone’s current location.
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Have you misplaced your iPhone 7? Scared that it might get stolen? Well, there are methods that you can use in order to prevent this from happening as well as methods that you can use to track it once it’s been lost! Learn three of those ways below. Starting with a quick tutorial on how you can secure your device with a tool called Aispyer and then rounding it all off with two ways that you can use to either track your phone’s location through your phone number or through your phone’s IMEI Number.
As mentioned, we’re going to be launching this guide off with a quick breakdown of Aispyer. This is the tool to use if you want to keep a phone from being misplaced, lost, or stolen. This is true whether the phone is yours, your child’s, your employees, your friend, or whoever else! All you need to make it work is the app itself, which you can install on whatever device you own is compatible. With the app, you can do the following.
To secure your phone with the Aispyer monitoring app, you must first begin on the app’s main website. There, you can either check out the FREE demo, or you can sign up and subscribe to one of their available subscription plans.
Subscribing with Aispyer is as easy as signing up for a monitoring account, filling in the pertinent payment information, and choosing which plan suits your needs the most!
There are several tiers available for you to choose from, so choose wisely!
Once you have purchased the monitoring app, it’s up to you to download and install the app so that you will be able to begin monitoring (an instruction guide has been linked below!) If you want to know if the installation has worked, you can check the Aispyer dashboard.
You should see the device you set up amongst the list of devices at the top of the interface.
If the phone has been lost, chances are, you’re going to want to know the device’s ‘Last Known Location.’ This is the best way of determining where your device is at currently and whether that location matches where you last remember the phone being.
If you have a reason to believe the phone was stolenrather than misplacedor lost,you can investigate the location timeline for further information. You can access this by selecting Locationfrom the menu on the left side of the screen.
It’s up to you now to review your device’s history properly and figure out where it could be and who could have taken it. Aispyer makes this easy by providing addresses, date stamps, timestamps, and a Map/Satellite view!
Now, if your phone has already been lost or taken, and it’s too late to secure it with a tool like Aispyer, you couldtry out this next method. For this, we’re going to be assuming that your phone has been subscribed to some kind of cellular service carrier. Whether that be T-Mobile (which is what we’re going to be demonstrating with below),Sprint, AT&T, etc. With most of these carriers, you should be able to track your iPhone 7 by your phone number alone.
Note:We’ll be demonstrating with T-Mobile’s Community tool, but the process should remain similar even if you were under a different cellular service provider!
Your phone number is used in the initial stages. That is, in the sign-up or login stage! Use it to create an account under whatever cellular carrier service you’re subscribed to.
Once you’re on your T-Mobile activity page, outside of being able to view call history, you should also be able to view your device’s Locations. Do so to track your iPhone’s last-known location!
This final method is the ‘end-all-be-all.’ This is what you do if you have no other options left, and you better hope that you have your IMEI phone number to back it up (which is what we’re going to be teaching you to collect below.) An IMEI number is your iPhone’s identification number. It’s unique to yourphone only, and it’s what will allow you to identify one iPhone from another like yours. Learn more about how you can use this to track your iPhone below!
This all starts on your iPhone 7’s General Settingspage — which you can access by going to your phone’s Settings > General.
Once on your iPhone 7’s General Settingspage, locate and select the Aboutoption to view your iPhone’s general information!
For this method to work, you must have your IMEI number stored in an external document somewhere. To do that, it can be copied by scrolling down the Aboutpage, locating IMEI, and pressing it until the Copyoption pops-up for you to use!
If you do have your IMEI Number stored somewhere (perhaps the back of your iPhone 7’s original box or on your original purchase receipt),you can use it to track your iPhone. To do so, you will have to personally go to your cellular service provider and talk to them about blacklistingyour IMEI Number.
That way, if the one to have stolen your device decides to subscribe under a carrier, the phone can be claimed as yours!
Losing a phone? It can happen to anyone. But, unfortunately, not many of us can afford to get replacements for them! Especially not these days, when smartphones like these can cost you almost as much as an arm and a leg! Sure, you could,maybe, locate it after with your phone number or IMEI number. But the chances are honestly too slim for that to ever really work out 99% of the time. Our tip? Make sure that you don’t lose in it the first place by securing it with an app like Aispyer!
It will take some investment. But, just like how you have items insured to prevent any losses, subscribing to Aispyer can ensure that your investments are ensured with multiple fail-safes that prevent those losses from ever occurring!
Aispyer IS DESIGNED FOR LEGAL USE ONLY. It is a smartphone and tablet monitoring software that shall be used only with the aim of parental control of their children, by employers to monitor the devices which belong to them and on which the employee’s work, on a device which is of your ownership, and by you with a consent of a device owner.
Failure to do so is likely to result in violation of applicable law that could result in severe monetary and criminal penalties imposed on the violator. You should consult your own legal advisor with respect to legality of using the application in the manner you intend to use it prior to registering, downloading, installing, and using it. Aispyer cannot be held responsible if a user chooses to monitor a device the user does not have the right to monitor; nor can Aispyer provide legal advice regarding the use of the software.