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anio
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What happened to rogersphonefinder.com?  I assume it no longer exists, in which case: what replaced it and how do I access this service?

 

I'd like to locate my Samsung Rugby IIISGH-A997.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Pauly
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Yikes, This is a pretty old service. yeah its long gone.

 

You can usually locate your phone by the manufacturer now, if you have an android you can locate it from your google account, or if you have an apple you can locate it from your apple account.   but like anything, you would have to set it up ahead of time before you use these services.

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RogersRahul
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Greetings @anio,

 

 

I hope you've found your phone since you last posted here. I remember how handy the feature was to locate a lost phone. Unfortunately, the service is no longer available.

 

 

 

Thank you,

RogersRahul

Re: rogersphonefinder.com

Pauly
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Yikes, This is a pretty old service. yeah its long gone.

 

You can usually locate your phone by the manufacturer now, if you have an android you can locate it from your google account, or if you have an apple you can locate it from your apple account.   but like anything, you would have to set it up ahead of time before you use these services.

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anio
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You made me chuckle and answered my question 😉 Thank you!

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Yes, I found my phone the old fashioned way without that handy feature.  Thank you Rahul 🙂

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Pauly
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I just also discovered, If you own a Fitbit watch and its paired to your phone with BT and within range, you can also locate your phone thru the Fitbit.  it will make your phone ring even if its on silent. pretty neat eh? but ya since its Bluetooth it only works if your within the BT range.

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anio
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Agreed that's pretty neat!  Extra information is always appreciated.  Thank you Pauly 🙂

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