Secure your mobile and with Phone Guardian for Series 60.3/60.5: mobile security software with remote lock, auto lock, siren and phone location info. Phone Guardian helps to locate mobile and find the thief sending live data about mobile
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Description: Are you afraid that one day somebody will steal your expensive Series 60 smartphone or you may just leave it and someone can use your confidential data? Just stop worrying and secure your phone with Phone Guardian.
In case your mobile is forgotten or stolen, Phone Guardian will allow you to remotely secure and auto lock your Symbian mobile by sending a lock SMS.
Furthermore Phone Guardian allows to lock the mobile automatically or when a lock SMS is received.
Once locked the phone remains secured. It will not be possible to use your mobile or to uninstall the Phone Guardian software without knowing the password.
New in version 3.1:
- Now the software is fully compatible with the latest mobile phones Series 60.5: Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia N97, Nokia 5530 XpressMusic, Nokia N97 mini, Nokia X6, Nokia 5230
With PhoneGuardian you can easily find out the location of your mobile phone with the help of GPS tracking option. You should just tune your internal GPS module or use network based GPS. You can turn on and off the GPS tracking remotely with SMS.You can select the method of Phone Guardian launch. You can launch the software:
- with the help of Application icon, which was the only one way to launch Phone Guardian in previous versions;
- with the help of Activation number, which you can set manually after the installation
- and using both these methods
The trial version is limited for 5 days. A license code based on IMEI is provided upon purchase.
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