How To Locate Your Lost or Stolen Windows Phone

In Mobile Tips • By Raman Sharma • Last Updated: July 23, 2015 • No Comments

Nokia Lumia series is one of the most hit and successful series which works on Windows phone operating system and¬†these handsets are costly too that’s why it’s our duty to protect them from thieves or misplacement. So, if you’ve fear of losing your Windows phone, you don’t need to worry because with the help of this article you’ll be able to locate your lost smartphone in seconds.

How To Track Your Lost Windows Phone

Locate lost Windows Phone

Locate lost Windows Phone

The anti-theft feature of Windows phone named Find My Phone enables you to locate your lost or stolen Windows phone on a map. To do so, you need to follow the easy steps –

STEP #1: First of all, Visit the Windows Phone website.

STEP #2: Now, move the cursor to Explore My Phone and Select Find My Phone from the drop down menu.

Click on Find My Phone

Click on Find My Phone

STEP #3: Now, you need to Sign in with your live Windows Phone ID which you ever use in your smartphone.

Sign in with your Windows Phone

Sign in with your Windows Phone

That’s all friends! As soon as you sign in to your existing Windows Phone account, the browser will show off the location of your lost smartphone on the map immediately. You can also print the hard copy of the location if the printer is connected.


So, I hope this article will be proven useful for you and help you to locate your lost, misplaced or stolen Windows Phone. If so, don’t forget to share it on your social networks.

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