[clug] Finding your smartphone... [Where did I put it down?]
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Wed Jan 9 05:54:58 MST 2013
About a year ago, my wife bought a "2PCK SONIC KEYFINDER ON BLISTER" --
"JUST WHISTLE TO ACTIVATE" -- "WITH FLASHING LIGHT" -- "NEVER LOSE YOUR
can i go somewhat quieter, now? ... (It was probably in a "cheapie
shop"; actually, from the price label, "HOMEBASE STORE TEL:(02)6232
4884" . The price was $2.50.)
The maker is "/ctc/" (in italics; no company details or URL or anything
Anyway, we put the supplied "hearing-aid" batteries in one and it was a
major FLOP (no italics or caps needed, actually, as I was not the person
So, if you have the price of a cup of coffee to spare, then be lavish
and also buy a.... whatever.
On 09/01/13 22:15, Brett Worth wrote:
> On 09/01/13 17:40, steve jenkin wrote:
>> - Do any of you have a solution you've used or seen used?
> I personally use this:
> It won't tell you exactly where the phone just within GPS accuracy.
> You just send a special SMS to the phone which will not notify of the
> message's arrival. You can then do a number of things including
> getting the GPS location, changing the passcode and locking the
> phone. Or just make it ring loud even if it's set to stun. I don't
> think RMS would approve.
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