Trace a Mobile Phone

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Most of us have seen it in the movies. Somebody is on the run from the authorities and makes a phone call. The police force quickly jump to action, triangulating signals and whatnot in order to trace the mobile phone but the caller is too clever for that – he hangs up just a few seconds too early for the location to be pinpointed. The police chief slams his fist down on the desk in frustration.

Being able to trace a mobile phone used to be Bond-esque Hollywood fiction, but not anymore. With mobile device management, it’s simple for anyone to trace a mobile phone from the comfort of their own office or home. Most mobile devices already have GPS tracking fitted.

2X MDM provides you with the ability to trace a mobile phone, and there are many reasons why being able to trace a mobile phone is useful. I’ve used it to track my children when they’ve been out late and I’ve been worried. Perhaps you want to know where a friend or relative is.

Many businesses are turning to mobile device management systems such as 2X MDM so that they can track their employees. Why would a company want to do that? Imagine this scenario: An important client calls up and urgently requires assistance. By being able to trace a mobile phone, you can see which of your employees is closest to the call-out and redirect them to improve response time.

Being able to find and track mobile devices with 2X MDM also means you have data at your fingertips that shows you what routes each device has taken. This is a great feature which means you can check whether staff are taking the most efficient routes or leaving their designated areas, both to improve efficiency as well as reduce fuel costs.

Other companies have traced a mobile phone when employees are in dangerous areas, for security reasons. Perhaps, for example, a journalist reporting on the latest news in a war-torn country, or a photographer documenting it.

Sure, the movies wouldn’t be as gripping if they all were able to trace a mobile phone with 2X MDM, but you can avoid the drama at home or in the office. Sign up for your free 2X MDM account today. The 2X MDM Team have created a step-by-step guide to help you get started with 2X MDM.

Once you’ve signed up and connected, fine tune you’re 2X MDM account to Trace Android and iOS Devices to meet your requirements.


Trace a Mobile Phone:

Sean Bianco is the marketing documentalist and technical writer at Parallels. With a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and Networking and a three year background in software quality assurance testing and usability engineering, Sean is a subject matter expert in mobility and smartphone, app and device management. He is well-versed in developing technical articles and determining market trends. His excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, with emphasis on understanding relationships between technical problems, result in sound and effective business solutions.

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  • jasotharan

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  • Xoliswa

    Type your comment here…I would like to place a tracker on my St galaxy phone where can I download the application

    • Sean Bianco

      Hi there, you initially would need to create a 2X MDM account and connect your Android device to that account. This account will be used to monitor your phones whereabouts:

      Once you have enrolled your device, go to the MDM portal and navigate to Devices > Select a device > Location History. From here you will be able to pinpoint the selected devices’ current location and also review previous locations. Please let us know if you have further queries.