05-10-10 08:01 AM
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  1. J_5's Avatar
    When I wiped my phone by typing in the wrong password (to test it out) it didn't keep that password or any information on the device.

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    05-09-10 09:17 PM
  2. beezie916's Avatar
    Well I know there is in fact ways for hackers to hack into a blackberry. I don't know about with information encrypted but I had an ex gf who apparently knew someone who was able to get my texts from my current phone and from the phone i actually had damaged and sent to asurion....I have yet to figure how this person was able to do it but the stuff she knew I know she had no way of knowing without someone getting access to my texts. So security might be #1 but apparently everything is hackable if there is enough desire and knowledge.
    05-09-10 09:31 PM
  3. grahamf's Avatar
    Well I know there is in fact ways for hackers to hack into a blackberry. I don't know about with information encrypted but I had an ex gf who apparently knew someone who was able to get my texts from my current phone and from the phone i actually had damaged and sent to asurion....I have yet to figure how this person was able to do it but the stuff she knew I know she had no way of knowing without someone getting access to my texts. So security might be #1 but apparently everything is hackable if there is enough desire and knowledge.
    Would that someone happen to be tech support for your mobile carrier?
    05-10-10 12:23 AM
  4. Masahiro's Avatar
    Well I know there is in fact ways for hackers to hack into a blackberry. I don't know about with information encrypted but I had an ex gf who apparently knew someone who was able to get my texts from my current phone and from the phone i actually had damaged and sent to asurion....I have yet to figure how this person was able to do it but the stuff she knew I know she had no way of knowing without someone getting access to my texts. So security might be #1 but apparently everything is hackable if there is enough desire and knowledge.
    Sounds like one of those "spy" apps were installed onto your phone. I don't know much about them, but I hear they're very expensive, and can relay a lot of information from your phone to another device. It's intended for parents, of course, but people can use it to potentially spy on others.
    05-10-10 01:27 AM
  5. rjdangerous's Avatar
    So what your saying is you cannot put a password on android that will wipe without the internet connection?

    Just curious because from all the apps I saw they need to be on and connected to use them to remotely work.

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    05-10-10 02:01 AM
  6. J_5's Avatar
    Would that someone happen to be tech support for your mobile carrier?
    Exactly. This or some kind of spy app is about the only way that would happen.

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    05-10-10 08:01 AM
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