Wheres My Droid 4.2.4

Wheres My Droid 4.2.4wheres-my-droid-4-2-4

05.01.2013, ANDROID APPS

Category: Tools
Current Version: 4.2.4
Requires Android: 2.2 and up
4.2.4 version:
~Minor fix to ring feature
~Fixed bug with remote lock feature, can now start the PIN with a zero
~Improvements to GPS accuracy
~Fix for infinite loop when texting yourself with GPS
~Minor fix to wipe feature
~Added optional text response to ring feature
~Minor stability fixes
~Added a online form to use the app from at wheresmydroid.com
~Minor security fixes
~Improved reliability of lock and wipe features
~More – check website for details
App Info:
The first find your phone app on the Android Market continues to get better and better. Now with more features it is easier then ever to track down your missing phone.
Where’s My Droid can turn the ringer volume up and make your phone ring. The app can also get the GPS coordinates with a link to Google maps if you’re not near enough to your phone to hear the ringer. You have the freedom to track your phone from anywhere with a text messaged attention word.
Application Features
~ Find phone by making it ring/vibrate
~ Find phone using GPS location
~ Text your attention word
~ Passcode protection to prevent unauthorized app changes
~ Notification of changed SIM card or phone number
~ Stealth Mode hides incoming text with attention word
~ White/Black list to control who can use the app via text
~ No battery drain
Extra Features In Pro
~ Take pictures with the devices camera
~ Remotely lock device
~ Remotely wipe SD card
~ Remotely wipe phone data
~ Use a landline to activate the app
~ Customizable ringtone when lost (Pro or with registration)
Must have Android 2.2 or better
Permissions explained online at WheresMyDroid.com (link below)
The app does work with Go SMS Pro and Handcent, it just requires a workaround that can be viewed on our website. We are currently working with Go SMS Pro to make a permanent fix.
For those of you having problems uninstalling the app, you just need to remove the app as a ’Device Admin’. That can be done from the phones system security menu.