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Old 05-21-2008, 09:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is anyone else using Berry Locator from Mobireport.com? I bought the program because I lost my last curve and I like the fact that the phone goes nuts making it easier to find if it is somewhere close, but the software claims to be able to give a GPS location and I have yet to be able to get it to do that. I have given the program permission to access my GPS and I have taken the phone outside, but it says that my phone "was unable to acquire a GPS signal at this time." Any clue why this won't work, but Google Maps can obtain my location?
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I switched from BerryLocator to FindIt. FindIt works when phone is locked.
Also - check out RobLock, it will let you swipe your berry if it gets lost or stolen
should FindIt not successful.
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Thanks for the heads up. I went ahead and bought the Roblock software because of the ability to wipe the phone. I had some pictures on the media card that I would like to have wiped when I lost my last phone.
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