[oregon-l] website to find your lost cell phone
welch1525 at comcast.net
Sun Sep 26 08:28:02 GMT 2010
This is a must read and make a note for future reference reference.
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From: "Nancy Lynn" <freespirit52 at charter.net>
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> Your phone has to be on for this service to work. I know that sounds like
> should be obvious. I tried it, and it works, but it also messes up your
> banner on your home screen. It's easy to fix, but you should know that
> before trying it.
> This post from Blind Bargains is a must for every blind person I know!
> also have a free Pass it on.
> 4. Lost Phone? We can Help
> We've all done it. Inexplicably, our cell phone was misplaced in some nook
> or cavern of our couch, desk, or drawer. Luckily, the free website
> My Cell Phone?" can help. Simply type in your area code and number (U.S.
> customers only) and your phone will ring shortly, or in a few minutes if
> prefer. We just tried it on one of our phones and it was found and
> to its rightful owner.
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