01-11-2014 04:37 PM
My daughter has apparently lost the Blackberry Playbook we got for her last Christmas.
She used to carry it around with her ALL the time but, when I didn't see her with it, I didn't clue in immediately to the possibility that it may be missing.
Then she spent some time denying it was lost.
Finally, she admitted she lost it. She thinks she took it with her to gymnastics and then forgot it there. That was a while ago so I am pretty sure it is long gone. It has not turned up in any of the places it might be, and nobody has turned it in to Lost-and-Found. I suppose somebody is enjoying a free new Playbook. That, or it is truly lost, and mistakenly got thrown out with trash and is now decomposing in a landfill.
In any case, I am wondering:
is there any way to detect if somebody is using my daughter's Playbook?
For example, if I contact Blackberry with the serial number, or some other number, is there a way for the Tech Support group there to detect if this machine has ever connected with the Blackberry servers to update software, download a patch, download software, ---anything? At this point, I have given up hope of ever getting it back, but I am curious to know if somebody is using it.
01-11-2014 05:01 PM