06-03-2009 11:13 AM
Recently at my job we had a new 8310 sitting on a desk and when we opened it the next day there was an old crakced one in the box. We searched both of our BES databases and could not find any info on either device. We have the box for the new one so we have the IMEI and the PIN. We have successfully sent a PIN message to the device and received a D for delivered. Unfortunately, we haven't received a response.
Do you know if our carrier AT+T has the ability to find a PIN or an IMEI # on their network and translate it to a phone #? This would help us greatly to at least identify the # and see if it is an employee of ours.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
06-03-2009 12:36 PM
06-03-2009 12:46 PM
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06-03-2009 01:48 PM
Send a PIN message offering a huge reward, if they respond then have the thief busted,
It just might work, heck it's worth a shot!
06-03-2009 04:10 PM
Ask your IT department to make a Blackberry application that gets the current GPS location and sends it to your email.
After that ask BES admin to push this application to this device.
After that call to wireless operator and to police to get the thief caught.
04-13-2010 10:37 PM
i got mine either lost or stolen yesterday and I have no way to track it...what am I supposed to do?
I have the imei number that's all
I need help
Hi and welcome to the Forums!
If your BB was corporate owned (e.g., BES), then report it to your IT folks (or whoever handles the BBs in your firm).
If your BB was personally owned, contact your carrier to report it.
01-05-2012 12:57 AM
My House was robbed and next to Phone's, Money, ID Cards , Cameras etc. has been stolen in the Philippines.
I had a BB 9860 and look for some help, how a Phone can be traced. I have my PIN No.
The authorities and Police here are without any help!
Any Suggestions PLEASE- as this was a Big robbery in my house. Also I-phone been stolen ...and I cloud is such a useless application- as you can only 'block' the phone- but not find it!