I just lost my curve today in the school bus i called up the bus ... General Blackberry forum
I lost my new curve!! anyway to track itt???
I just lost my curve today in the school bus i called up the bus company and my school but they wont know anything untill tmr morning but i want to track it if thats possible and see where the phone is at. The phone is on coz i can call it but nobody answers. Anybody knows any sofware or online thingy where i can track it and that gives you the town zip code etc doesnt need to be the screen and stuff
I don't think there's a way to track the device, but you should've called AT&T immediately to report it stolen so they can suspend service on the device. Once it's recovered, they can resume the service.
i was thinking about it but i just don feel like suspending it and than going to att and putting it on again too much work lol but if they dont have it tmr morning i will call up att and suspend it
Don't need to go anywhere. It can all be done over the phone.
You do realize that by doing this, you will be held responsible for any calls incurred during this time. That means that if someone calls Valenzuala for 8 hours, guess who pays that?
Originally Posted by mac14x
Just and FYI for the future.
Check this out
And you should definitely call and report it missing/stolen as stated above ASAP!
There is also an application called RobLock. I installed it onto my blackberry, so if I lost it; I can send a wipe command to it or even track it (web interface) via google maps for the location.
It cost me $4.95 when it first came out....
You can read up on the app @: RobLock
You can wipe the device from home, by sending a command from your email.
It will send your contacts to your friends phone or whoever.
You can send a message on to your device.
It will email you when some one has changed the SIM card.
This application is worth trying out...
It is currently $9.95 for the full version, but there is a trial version to..
It works on 4.5 also!
Link to the demo videos:
Last edited by stnkyq2; 09-04-2008 at 10:43 AM.
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