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By lewmur, Senior Member on 26th August 2014, 01:52 PM
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What is the procedure for reporting that my Note 10.1 has been stolen?
 
 
26th August 2014, 02:18 PM |#2  
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What is the procedure for reporting that my Note 10.1 has been stolen?

try Google location history
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try Google location history

How can I do that if I don't have the tablet?
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How can I do that if I don't have the tablet?

use a desktop to see the location of your laptop.


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I have tried to google how to do that and come up empty.
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I have tried to google how to do that and come up empty.

was location services activated when your tablet lost?
if yes then log in to google in desktop
see location history of the device


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was location services activated when your tablet lost?
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It must not be turned on for any of my tablet. I have three, but Google says I don't have any location history for the last three weeks.
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It must not be turned on for any of my tablet. I have three, but Google says I don't have any location history for the last three weeks.

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then you should register a complain to the cops
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... then you should register a complaint to the cops

... then go buy a new one (I'm sure the police will be pretty useless about this).

Next time, be sure to load Android Device Manager onto it (in fact, try doing that NOW- if the thief hasn't wiped it and is online (doubtful) it'll load from the Network and you might be able to determine its location).
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