Sony’s ‘my Xperia’ remote security service rolling out worldwide in the coming weeks

Daniel Bader

July 4, 2013 5:09pm

Sony has announced that its ‘my Xperia’ service will roll out globally after a successful pilot project in the Nordic regions. The service, which uses a user’s Google login to link phone and web browser, allows users to remotely locate or wipe a device, or sound an alarm to find a lost device when close at hand.

‘my Xperia’ will be available for select 2012 and 2013 devices such as the Xperia S, Xperia ion, Xperia T, and Xperia ZL, and the app will roll out via an over-the-air update, not through the Play Store.

The full feature set is as follows:

– Sound an alert to get someone’s attention –it’ll also override silent mode and wake the display
– Map location via
– Lock the phone to keep info private, and ping a message with contact details
– Erase both internal and external SD card info / data if required

The service will be available on Sony’s website in the coming weeks.

Via: Xperia Blog

  • Graham Perkins

    It’s built into the 4.2.2 update for the Xperia Z & ZL, available for unbranded devices.

  • Carl Hall

    oh…samsung copied Blackberry’s Protect service… I smell a lawsuit from Apple claiming its their Idea

  • Accophox

    Nice set of services… wish Google would jump on the bandwagon and provide them out of the box.