No, you only need a phone that can send and receive SMS. So, you only need a normal phone line with enough credit to send an SMS. However, the phone from which you are tracking down, needs internet connection in order to open the Google Maps link, which will show you the location of the phone you are tracking down.
No, the location works only via SMS.
Every mobile telecomunications company allows you to buy credit from a distance. Charge your phone and then locate it.
First, you have to install redbird on the phone, activate it with a password and put it in your car. In order to allow the GPS to connect to a satellite, you have to find a place in your car facing outside but hidden. Search a place near the windshield; a good place is inside the stoplight. Remember to connect it to electricity with a car charger.
Don't worry, you only have to install RedBird on her phone. She doesn't need to do anything to make it work, RedBird works automatically as you send an SMS with the password you have created beforehand. RedBird doesn't need internet connection to work.
No. This is the reason you need to remember the password or write it down. For your own security you are the only one who has access to the password, so it is impossible to reinitiate it remotely.
You have to uninstall the application and install it again. You can do this in your phone as follows: “Menu > Setting > Aplication” or in Google Play > Installed Aplication
- Your position: detailed GPS location, not detailed location (network based).
- Your messagges: read, receive text messagges.
- Paid services: send text messagge.
- Calls: read phone state and ID.
Yes, but only if you have given to that person your secret password. Persons who don't have your password won't be able to get your position.
Yes, if you have shared your password with a family member. We recommend to inform your family that you have RedBird and ask to track you down in case of an accident or kidnapping. Show them how redbird works and ask them to keep your RedBird password.
Yes, the kidnappers won't notice RedBird because it is working discretely on background. Even if they are speaking on your phone, RedBird can receive the location request and send your position.
It is important you show to your family what to do in case of a kidnapping, share the passwords and keep this information in a notebook. This is fundamental, since nobody could activate your RedBird if you don't share your password with those persons, who will have to track you down.