Verizon Phone Finder
They will lead you to some page that seems to suggest you needed to buy a premium service from them if you need to find your phone. Don’t fall for it. Or maybe you will get their other page which only sends you on to Google’s page. So, for Android phones, here is the universal phone finder link:
It’s pretty cool. It shows pretty precisely where the phone is, how much power is left and gives you the chance to ring it for five minutes and even lock it.
Use https://icloud.com/find . But you’ll have to know your icloud password. Actually I’ve used the Android finder a few times but never really used the iphone finder. Hopefully it works just as well.
Change your Verizon Wireless Voicemail password
This is even harder to find unless you have just the right search terms.
From a Verizon app on your phone
I haven’t used this method.
From the My Verizon web site
I just used this so it works pretty well:
How to set up your voicemail so as not to enter a password
Basic idea: add a contact for Voicemail tack on two pauses, then append the password. So that will be
For instance I named this contact VM. If my password were 1234 the number would be
To generate the “,” character go to the special characters key to the right of # when typing in the number.