How to Locate People via Their Cell Phone
Locating someone through his cell phone can give you a peace of mind, especially with children. Although, you can call to check up on him, it is not always the “cool” thing to do. Luckily, many wireless providers have gotten this message and have implemented features to help customers locate phones connected to their wireless accounts. With the use of GPS capable phones or cell towers, you can receive real-time information as to the whereabouts of a cell phone. Although you may incur a monthly charge to use this service, the benefits usually outweigh the cost.
Things You'll Need
- Wireless Internet account
Create an account on InstaMapper.com (See Resources).
Download the software on to the phone that you want to locate.
Log into your account using your computer or mobile phone to view the current location of the phone in which the GPS software is installed on.
Sign up for an account on Mologogo.com (See Resources). Make sure your phone is compatible.
Install the GPS tracking software on the phone that you want to locate.
Run the software on your phone and then log into your Mologogo account to track its whereabouts.
Register for an account on Buddyway.com (See Resources).
Download the mobile phone tracking software on to the device that you want to locate.
Log into your Buddyway account to track the whereabouts of your device.
Tips & Warnings
- Use your cell phone’s Web browser to sign into your account and locate people. Enter the Website into the address bar on your mobile phone and follow the prompts the same as you would on a computer.