Originally Posted by aiharkness
If the device is not password protected, they will have access to data that is on the device. Sounds from your account of things that you changed your email passwords and removed the device PIN from your BIS, so new email won't go to the device. You should notify all necessary contacts that your old PIN is not you anymore.
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Hi ! Seems like you are very knowledgeable on what to do after BB being stolen. I will change my emails passwords, but i am not clear about how to remove the device pIN from my BIS (i don't even know those terms
So till now I have lost my BB for about 5 days, and the service provider (INDOSAT) can't help much for they say they can only duplicate my numbers and stop the old ones.
What are the steps to block the "new owner" of my device to unable to use it even when he /she has the unit?
Thanks in advance for your help.