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Old 07-23-2009, 12:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My 8300 was recently stolen. The device has a password on it, is there any way the theif can get passed the password and use the device? If they do, can they access any of my information?
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It is very unlikely they will be able to access your information depending on how secure your password is.

They have 10 attempts to get the password, after that point, all the information will be wiped. They can then use the device, but they will not have any of your information.

I would suggest calling your carrier and reporting the device as stolen.
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Agreed with above. You should be safe.
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