If you have lost your phone, don’t let your data go in wrong hands follow these methods and be the saviour
Long gone are the days when phones were just used to connect with people. It has got a lot to store nowadays. Your personal information to bank details. Almost every sensitive thing that you can ever own can be on your phone. With this comes security issues that make you skip when you don’t find your phone around you. But despite all those securities and anti-theft claims made by phone companies, they are vulnerable. So the question must be what can be done when you lose your phone. It might have gone into the wrong hands and that can be devastating for you. This article will take you through all those steps by which you would be able to keep your data safe away from the wrong hands.
Find Device application
Consider it to be the most important application that you must have. Because this application has got a lot of features that you would not have thought ever.
Track the phone
You would be able to track your phone up to its last network position. You can simply login into this app with your email id and password. Those phones which have the same email id can be tracked from anywhere. It would also let you erase all the data remotely. On top of everything is its feature of calling the owner. Suppose your phone got mistakenly lost and you don’t want anybody else to touch or access the phone. You would be able to show your number on a screen that will only let anonymous call you and not access anything unnecessary.
Block the phone
Simply by visiting www.ceir.gov.in you can block your phone data. But for that, you will have to submit the necessary documents. Documents include FIR, and details such as a mobile purchase invoice, police complaint number, and information about the place where you lost your phone.
Block the sim
Call your SIM operator to block your sim. You can simply access the sim from a branch of the network provider. That would be required your last recharge amount and aadhar card detail to ensure that any third party is not trying to disable your network access.