MobileShield - Get your stolen phone back!

MobileShield - Get your stolen phone back!I just had my phone stolen and I managed to get it back. How? Few months ago a purchased MobileShield - a mobile phone protection application that I installed on my Nokia N95 phone (the application is compatible with all Symbian S60 3rd edition mobile phones), I installed MobileShield on the phone configured it and forgot about it until I had my phone stolen.

What exactly does MobileShield do and how it helped me get my Nokia N95 back? MobileShield is installed on your S60 3rd edition mobile phone, to be more specific on the phone memory only so that it can not be removed from the card. The application activates whenever the SIM card of the phone is changed and requires authentication, a password that only you know. If you fail to enter the correct password the application automatically sends a SMS message to a number you entered in the configuration process. For security reasons I entered both mobile phone numbers.

After getting my phone stolen I received an SMS message when the thief changed the SIM card. I had his mobile phone number now...

After receiving the SMS message, I picked up my warranty and went to the police. I gave them proof that I bought the phone and I gave them the number which the thief was using. After a quick call to the mobile operator we found the name and address of the man who stole my phone and in a matter of hours I got my phone back.

Although this application is not free, it costs $10.00 so it is not freeware, I thought that I would write an article about it, after all MobileShield got my phone back. Even the police were surprised by this application and the way we caught the thief.

MobileShield for Symbian S60 3rd edition is available for purchase here!




Found under: MobileShield, stolen phone, phone protector

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Published on 03.10.2008 in Symbian Freeware Blog

Comments: MobileShield - Get your stolen phone back!

Posted by kazi minhaj on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 06:16
hi mobileshield officer. I am your coustemer and i want my mobile has been stolen and i want to how i will get my mobile back.
Posted by darvin on Saturday, April 10, 2010 09:17
Whr's the download option????
Posted by meng on Sunday, February 06, 2011 11:59
LOL..... Nokia 5530 already have... no need buy this ...@@
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Posted by Ana on Thursday, January 01, 2015 00:34
My experience with HTC is trbliere. My wife got an HTC Pro and, after two days of usage, she returned it back to the operator and asked for a replacement (she got the BB Bold).I tried it for a while and my feedback is: unusable, complex, slow, bad signal strength, bad audio quality. How can it cost as much as the Bold ???
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