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Old 12-27-2009, 11:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got a Storm 2 and my friend advised that I get a tracking app in case something happened and they recommended Berry Snooper. I went on their website and it seems legit but I cannot find anything else about it, does it really work, etc.?
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What do you mean by "in case something happened"?
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Roblock is also very good, as well as SmartGuard.
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thanks for those. I went to try Roblock and it wants a "recipient mail-id" and I have no clue what it is. And it wont let me leave it blank.
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thanks for those. I went to try Roblock and it wants a "recipient mail-id" and I have no clue what it is. And it wont let me leave it blank.

The term 'recipient', when used with respect to an electronic mail message, means the addressee of such message. The one the mail is addressed to, and meaningfully enough it goes to the To: field. Basically it asks for your email address.
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Or even another user, whom you trust to send the wipe code should your device be lost (since a traveling user might not access to a device to do so himself).
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Thanks the-economist and JSanders but Roblock is just too difficult. After setting up the app on my phone I don't know what to do cause I can't login on the website. I guess its time to look into smartguard.
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This free App Helps Locate Your GPS-Enabled BlackBerry http://blackberryrocks.com/2009/12/28/free-simpletrax-app-helps-locate-gps-enabled-blackberry-online-service
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Thanks akosnitzky but I like the whole remote lock & wipe idea. So I decided to try the SmartGuard trial and pretty much the same thing. How are we suppose to use the free trial if we do not have web access during the free trial. And as far as the Roblock trial, I received an email with a link for my GPS location, however, it said my location was unavailable.
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Old 12-28-2009, 05:19 PM   #12 (permalink)
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That's fine. The article/post came out today. I was simply adding to the mix. Good luck.
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BerrySnooper works great on both with or without GPS blackberries. It not only finds your lost phone, but stolen phones can be tracked as well. If somebody replaces your sim-card, it will still send you alerts both in email as well as text.

You can find more at pepper.pk/berrysnooper
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