1. modbro's Avatar
    If you turn a BlackBerry 10 device completely off and leave the battery in, can it be remotely turned back on? Either by BlackBerry or a Hacker

    Posted via CB 10 on my BlackBerry Passport Superphone
    11-02-14 01:30 PM
  2. ymb's Avatar
    No it needs to be connected to a network to have anything done to it

    Z30STA100-3/10.2.1.3289
    11-02-14 01:41 PM
  3. modbro's Avatar
    Thanks, just curious.

    Posted via CB 10 on my BlackBerry Passport Superphone
    11-02-14 01:55 PM
  4. Pdinos3's Avatar
    *pensive* you can never be too sure....

    VIA CB10 Rockin PassportSQW100-1/10.3.1.1016 and Official Member of the Peevishlicious Crew
    11-02-14 02:27 PM
  5. tdyhedge's Avatar
    I think they can be remotely turned on just like any other iPhone or Android device. I believe cell phone carriers reserve the right to keep their phones connected to a cellular network regardless even if it is off. Just like a laptop computer can be put on hibernate. It's never really off. So my question OP, just what do you intend to do if the above is true?



    "Proud member of the Peevishlicious Crew" (Parks and Rec Dept)

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    11-02-14 02:33 PM
  6. habs_fan's Avatar
    Depends on what you're trying to hide and how hard said person /hacker wants that info
    11-02-14 02:36 PM
  7. modbro's Avatar
    If which is true? Remote can be turned on or Remotely can no? Either way really nothing, but for those who want a removable battery for whatever reason this could influence the phones they purchase.

    Posted via CB 10 on my BlackBerry Passport Superphone
    11-02-14 02:39 PM
  8. pttptppt's Avatar
    Thanks, just curious.

    Posted via CB 10 on my BlackBerry Passport Superphone
    "Just curious"

    Hmmm...do you work at the NSA by any chance?

    Posted via CB10
    11-02-14 02:50 PM
  9. 3hb78ftg's Avatar
    But what if it's turned off and left charging? Can the phone be accessed through the electricity? Is the LED flashing because the phone is charging or is it because the CIA is access our memory kind of like a virtual mind meld from Mr. Spock?

    *pensive*

    "Proud member of the Peevishlicious Crew" (Special Security)
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    11-02-14 02:53 PM
  10. tdyhedge's Avatar
    But what if it's turned off and left charging? Can the phone be accessed through the electricity? Is the LED flashing because the phone is charging or is it because the CIA is access our memory kind of like a virtual mind meld from Mr. Spock?

    *pensive*

    "Proud member of the Peevishlicious Crew" (Special Security)
    Yep. Just like those convenient WiFi extenders that can be plugged into any electrical outlet in your home. Then you suddenly have Internet access in that room and at your neighbor's house.



    "Proud member of the Peevishlicious Crew" (Parks and Rec Dept)


    Via my simply amazing ? Q10 10.3.1.938
    11-02-14 02:57 PM
  11. dvarnai's Avatar
    An electric pulse could turn it on. Or fry it out

    BlackBerry Q10 SQN100-3
    11-02-14 03:02 PM
  12. modbro's Avatar
    NSA in the CB forums..... They are everywhere.

    Posted via CB 10 on my BlackBerry Passport Superphone
    11-02-14 03:07 PM

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