Phone GPS / SMS Management *Phone GPS / SMS Management* is a full-featured remote device control, operated entirely via SMS (no Wi-Fi or data required) IMPORTANT: Before using this, you should change the password to control your phone. Instructions can be found in the SETUP GUIDE below. The default access code is "8029" **Features include:** - Find lost device via GPS (can show the location on Google Maps). - Remote trigger an alarm, for finding a device in the house. - Alarm triggered on device movement (when someone picks up your phone). Can also send SMS notifications that someone touched your phone. - Remotely lock or power off your device. - Remotely take photos and send them back to you via MMS (yes, it works on 3G/4G without data). **Setup Guide:** Before using this, you should change the access code. A 4-digit code should be sufficient for low-security use cases, but for higher security an actual password is recommended. Edit the flowchart. Immediately after the Begin Flow block is a block "set variable access_token = 8029" Once done, restart the flow. The access token, as explained, can be anything you can fit in 160 characters; including letters, numbers, and symbols. To use: 1. Initiate a session by sending the access code via SMS to your phone. This will also immediately lock the screen on your device. 2. Your device will reply with a message containing a list of commands you can use. These are CaSe-sensitive. 3. When sending a command, you don't need to remember anything. To find your phone via GPS, just send the message "Gps" as it appears in the guide it gives you. 4. When you're done, send the message "Done" to end the session. Then, you can (optionally) delete the access code from the messaging app, on the device used to control your phone. 5. Before using the alarm, set it either to LOUD or SILENT. Loud mode will play an annoying alarm-y sound when it goes off, while Silent will only send an SMS to you when the device is moved. This only affects the motion alarm. If remotely triggering an immediate alarm, this is irrelevant. To change the mode, send the command "Alarm Mode LOUD" or "Alarm Mode SILENT" All commands are CaSe-sensitive. If you type a command wrong, then instead of receiving the result of the command you'll see "Received message: '{whatever}'" This means the command was received, but isn't a valid command. Check capitalization and spelling if you see this. (1) you can see whether a session is currently open by sending the command "whois {access_code}". You will get a reply with the phone number of the device currently controlling your phone. (2) by creating a session, any existing sessions are automatically revoked and disconnected. To close someone's session, start your own. (3) if you're not currently controlling a session, all messages are handled normally. Once you start a session, messages are treated as commands for the phone. (4) anyone with the device unlock code, or the SIM card, will be able to see any commands being run, as they're sent. This is a security feature, though you need to configure your device to not show incoming messages on the lock screen. #### I plan on (possibly) turning this into a real app, but don't expect it. We'll see how things shake loose. **Remember:** - Change the access code before using this. - Set the alarm mode before using the motion alarm. - To start a session, send the access code to your device. You will get instructions from there. #### Hopefully, this guide isn't too complicated. For assistance, you can email contact@serpentsec.com I may not respond immediately.