GPS Phone Locator Trial
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Location tracking is just one of the seven remote control (RC) commands that you can use on this app. RC commands are sent thru SMS messages. These commands can come from a dumb phone. In this case you would send the commands to the phone being controlled as if you were texting your friends. All these commands start with "??" as listed below:
1.??gps - Request its gps coordinates which can be entered into Google Map.
2.??call - Request the phone to call you so you can listen in.
3.??beep - Request the phone to beep even if the ringer is off.
4.??lock xxxx - Lock the phone with a specified PIN.
5.??camera - Request the phone to take a picture with the main camera.
6.??flash - Request the phone to take a picture with flash. Useful to locate phone in a dark room.
7.??front - Request the phone to take a picture with the front camera.
If the phone sending the commands is also an Android, then the free app "GPS Phone Commander" can be used. In this case, you do not have to memorize the commands and the Google Map is displayed automatically.
Known Issues: This app does not work in phones installed with SMS intercepting apps. This app monitors your SMS messages but would not intercept them. There is also a known issue with the photograph functions. Please see the product web page for details.
This is the trial version for GPS Phone Locator.
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New design with improved algorithms to perform the intended function effectively. It employs the latest innovations from Android & Google. It uses the phone's built-in gps receiver and does not use the coarse location from cellular data. V1.1 implemented some robustness enhancement. V1.2 fixed Trial Expiration problem and added Uninstallation instructions in the Help File. Some known issues are identified and published in the product web page.