Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad)" @ 05:00 AM
"Currently if you do not have a password on your device a thief (or child) could deactivate Find My iPhone. However most people don't know that you can prevent this by using a passcode. (This might require iOS 4.2 or later; I didn't have an earlier version to test it.)"
A simple fix to prevent the deactivation of this useful feature. Basically here it is in a nutshell: Settings>General>Restrictions> "Enable Restrictions" and then enter a 4-digit code. Once you do that just turn off "Allow Changes" for Location and Accounts.