Track a stolen iPod


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hello, my ipod was stolen this morning from my car. when i went to go change my passwords, facebook gave me a notice of an unknown logging at 9am I changed my password but they tried to logging again at 5 pm , I was not even near my devices at those times. is there any way that anyone knows how to track them using the logging tracking from facebook??? there is no icloud on my ipod so I cant use that. and I cant wipe out my devise without it.

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Re: Track a stolen iPod
how do you track a lost ipod??
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Re: Track a stolen iPod

Assuming it is an iPod Touch:
1) configure Find my iPhone with your iCloud account on your iPod (VERRYY Important to do this BEFORE you lose it)
2) sign in to www.cloud.com, click 'find my iphone'..wait 10 seconds, rejoice at the location of your ipod on the map

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Re: Track a stolen iPod
thanks for this post
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Tracking a stolen iPod with Facebook

The facebook device login tracking will give you an IP address.. which is virtually useless unless you get a court-order/judges order/law enforcement request to force the ISP to reveal the customer's information. even then, if the customer is something like Starbucks, it will not be helpful.
Eventually they will wipe it in their iTunes and you will never hear from it again..

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