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how to locate lost/stolen samsung galaxy s4 mini?

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hi,
how to locate and find lost/stolen smart phone, Samsung galaxy s4 minin
provided that it can recive sms and no internet connection or gps
thank you
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No internet or GPS then it's not going to be locatable. If location services are on, check https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager

If this is installed then you can locate it. Sometimes its automatically installed through Google updates. You might be able to get it installed from a store but to do that location services would have to be on.
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