I was robbed and lost droid. Verizon told me to close my phone account and change my gmail password so my visible droid gmail would not be accessible to the thief. Sounded good...but now I am told if someone turned on the WiFi they can still access ALL my stored gmail emails I had before I changed my email password. IS THIS TRUE.?
question: my phone is stolen. Too late to wipe the phone because I closed down the account. I don't want my personal emails visible. What can I do to avoid the thief from reading my emails?
I changed my password twice on my PC. I then logged on and clicked details on the bottom and notice the alert that more than one computer-window sessions may be logged on. I didn't see any IP address though...I have to manually click to close all sessions. However when I logged off and then log back on, the detail link again tells me the same: more than one computer-windows-sessions may be be logged on.
the only way to avoid this is the keep my PC on all the time and never log off my gmail account.
Please advise on how to safeguard the information on my stolen phone.