|hmm either yall hate me or yall hate a particular fruit |
You’re best off just blocking it/stunning it. When it’s turned back on you will potentially be able to identify where it is as long as you have ‘find my I-phone’ app and the phone itself isn’t in a block of flats. The problem is the SIM will have changed and things get messed around with if they’ve had opportunity to do so. Fuckers.
|Had my Galaxy stolen a few years ago. Was the biggest pain in the ass. I'd recommend talking to your provider and having them track and ban the IMEI. Easiest solution before they get into the phone and hack it for your info. |
|ahhhh yes, those nutjob bitchez|
|Yeah I had to listen to Alive by Pearl jam to calm myself down becuase I was starting to freak out a bit eh|
The most irritating part is that with all the modern security features they gain almost nothing from it - the most they could do would be to disassemble the phone and sell the physical materials - meanwhile i lost a load of stuff I hadn't backed up which I can't fkn replace
|Always back up your stuff, man. I can't imagine losing all of the photos of my kids on my phone.|