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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Bionic Chronic, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. Bionic Chronic

    Bionic Chronic Android Enthusiast
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    So I was reading a review on CNET today and came across this app called 'TekTrak'. It is a pretty awesome app I must admit, so I decided to share. If you ever fear of your device being stolen or you misplacing it and need to find it, TekTrak can help! I have tested this myself and it is quite accurate down to the address. You can also Wipe Data, Enable WiFi, Send Text, Send a Call (will ring whether or not your ringer is off.) and all remotely from their site. There are many features you can check them out on their site here: TekTrak.com (Pro). I would say it is well worth the $4.99/year.
    You can find it on the market here: TekTrak Pro - Google Play Store
    Hope someone else will find this as useful as I have.

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  2. lMonsterl

    lMonsterl Android Expert

    i use android lost. pretty sure its free
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  3. jackbquick123

    jackbquick123 Well-Known Member

    Cant argue with free :D
  4. septembersrain

    septembersrain 句_句 Smurfing Awesome

    Problem with any of these apps is that if you know your way around you can just stop the connection between website and the phone. =[
  5. Bionic Chronic

    Bionic Chronic Android Enthusiast
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    Not before I had a last address, I have it set to record my location every 10 minutes and will automatically record the location at boot/shutdown. Believe me I'd be over there with a quickness, no time for them to get into my phone. They will still be working on getting passed the screen lock. Haha. And If I know I wont get it back at least I could wipe my data before they get any of my info. I am looking into it, but I know there are apps similar to this one and will brick the phone. Though I decided to post this because a friend of mine had their house broke into and if I had installed this for her tablet, we could have found the thieves.
  6. farfromuman

    farfromuman Newbie

    I have Tasker setup for this, send a txt to the phone and it sends a txt back with a location. As a backup I also have SeekDroid and my corporate email setup both of these can lock and wipe the phone and SeekDroid can track it.
  7. Bionic Chronic

    Bionic Chronic Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    You could use tektrak and it would do the same as both in one. Though it uses a Web sure for GPS tracking. Not sure though if one is better than the other. It comes down to personal preference I guess, since most offer a lot of the same options.

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  8. Jay Aristide

    Jay Aristide Well-Known Member

    I use SeekDroid on my Marquee and SamsungDIVE on my 10.1 gtab. Love them both, and I'm setup the same way on both.
  9. Bee52100

    Bee52100 Lurker

    TekTrak went bellyup. Anyone know how to get rid of the application?
  10. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

    Huh? Get rid of the app? Can't you delete it?

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