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Originally Posted by r34p3rex View Post
Aria did not have any default tracking app installed as far as I'm concerned. I think the Inspire was the first phone with HTC's new Sense platform that has GPS tracking
Didn't notice this post... the DHD was the first one to implement it, and I believe the aria has it as well. Worth a shot at least... I had a play around with it on my desire with a DHD rom, very cool.

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If you knew an app that you could use without setting it up, you could always install the app remotely through the web android market then track it with whatever method can be used
Not possible, his only shot is his phone having the right revision of sense (Which I'm not sure if it has )
post #22 of 25
I thought plan b was for people who didn't have any tracker installed. He's going to track it and find the phone under his bed with the ringer on silent.
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I thought plan b was for people who didn't have any tracker installed. He's going to track it and find the phone under his bed with the ringer on silent.
Nah, it was stolen while he was on the college campus. Anyway, he's too lazy and decided to just get another one with the phone insurance. He has to pay $150. I don't even know how I can consider people wasting money like this and not trying to do anything friends, LOL.

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Yep Plan B is the app.

Just lost my phone couple o days ago. Did not have anything installed. Turn on computer, go to market place---> plan b. Click install, enter google account info, and voila, 2 min later I got a email with exact gps information on gmaps. Though , the phone must be turned on when lost, and ofc it has to have at least some data reception.

It is an excellent app and it saved my arse
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Yep Plan B is the app.

Just lost my phone couple o days ago. Did not have anything installed. Turn on computer, go to market place---> plan b. Click install, enter google account info, and voila, 2 min later I got a email with exact gps information on gmaps. Though , the phone must be turned on when lost, and ofc it has to have at least some data reception.

It is an excellent app and it saved my arse
Wow, that's an amazing app +1
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