Lost your cell phone? Forgot to prepare yourself for this kind of emergency? Want to track the phone for free?
Firstly, how to organize the search depends on where you lost your device - indoors or outdoors.
This could happen in enclosed area - a flat, small garden, garage, and etc. Then call your cell phone and listen for the ring or
vibrate and try to locate the sound. If your phone is truly lost at one of those places then it is likely to answer. You are able to
hear the phone ring in a small limited area. If you have not access to a phone try using wheresmycellphone.com or freecall.com for free.
But maybe you lost your cell phone out of a small enclosed space, for example, on a wide square or field, where you may not hear
the phone ring. That's why you needed to set up a free cell phone GPS tracker before
losing. Prepare yourself for this kind of emergency. GPS tracking takes information from satellites to calculate accurate positions
of individual cell phones. As a result, you can view your cell phone lost as a dot on a map.
Or call your cell phone company to check if your cell phone is E911 enabled. This was a system set up on most smartphones in 2007
for emergency responders to be able to track 911 calls. However, phone companies can trigger the GPS tracking chip for free in the
event that the phone is lost. You will need to prove that you are the owner of the phone. Contact your mobile service provider to
activate the chip.
Caution:Calling 911 for non-emergency situations is not recommended.
If you already know where your lost cell phone is with the help of GPS tracking, then go through the indicated area in a
systematic, methodical way until you find it.
If you have an application installed you might be able to find out where your phone is if its battery is still live. Because there
is no real way to find a cell phone with a dead battery by using GPS or other phone recovery software, even for free.