1. Jakobroxx's Avatar
    So I was seeing the blackberry protect and how it works. I noticed that in order to track your device down, the location services have to be on. So if it's not on you're basically f***ed. Wouldn't it be smart if you could turn them on through the website to be able to track it down? Anyone know if it's possible. Or if not; why didn't RIM make it an option? Also if your device gets stolen and you lock it via the site but don't want to delete everything. If the they attempt to unlock it 10 times will it still delete everything?

    Posted with my BlackBerry Passport Silver Edition.
    08-10-15 05:45 AM
  2. paulwallace1234's Avatar
    It's likely possible for BlackBerry to implement it, if they can send and receive commands I don't understand why not.
    08-10-15 05:53 AM

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