Monthly Archives: March 2016

DevGuard Privacy Policy

This privacy policy governs use of DevGuard mobile application on your mobile device.

Dolphins Systems is committed to protecting your privacy and safety rights while using its mobile applications. In order to protect your privacy, the firm maintains the following privacy practices:

Personal information

DevGuard application collects telephony data upon installation and on receiving locate command requests from the user. This information is key for performance of the application in locating a lost mobile device. The information is only shared with one person whom the user selects as recipient of all tracking information.


The application reads incoming SMS to only detect DevGuard commands that the user may send. Incoming messages are neither stored nor shared with a third party. The application sends SMS messages upon receiving locate command requests from the user. The SMS that contains personal information is only send to the Guard mobile number that the user inserted upon opening DevGuard application.

Location Data

The application requires location data to track a lost mobile device, upon installation and on receiving locate command requests from the user. The information is only shared with the Guard mobile number that the user inserted upon opening DevGuard application.


Any questions or concerns relating to privacy, should be communicated via email at devguardke [at] gmail [dot] com . Once your e-mail is received, we will review it to ensure that the privacy practices provided herein are enforced

Effective March 17, 2016



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DevGuard uses cutting edge features to increase the chances of the phone owner finding a lost phone and also preventing leakage of sensitive data to a third party.

Top Features:

• Receive fraudster alerts

• Detect SIM Card replacement

• Remotely locate lost mobile device using “locate” or “track” commands

• Remotely check telephony information

• Remotely set mobile device password using “reset password ****” command

• Remotely lock mobile device using “lock device” command

• Remotely wipe mobile device data using “wipe device” command

Note: Care should be taken when using “wipe device” command. The command should be used as a last resort because it will erase all device’s data.

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To be able to Lock the mobile device and wipe device data remotely, enable the device as Device Administrator upon installation.

A password is required to prevent unauthorized access to the mobile application.

Set up guard mobile number that will be used to remotely command the device when the mobile device is lost.

The mobile number will also receive all tracking information.

The guard mobile number should be of a trusted relative or friend because all tracking information will be send to the guard number when the device is lost.

On receiving the location coordinates, copy and paste the coordinates in to see device’s current location.

You can search “Route” TO coordinates as “destination” to determine the path to your device.

NOTE: One should not retrieve a lost mobile device from the person in possession of the device without proper security. For your own security, liaise with a policeman to retrieve the device for you.

When a device is stolen, try as much as possible to locate the device within 15 minutes to prevent further damages your mobile device.

If the device cannot be located, send an email of the IMEI and scanned purchase receipt (for authenticity purposes) to devguardke [at] gmail [dot] com for further assistance.