Theft (Free Version)
'Theft' is a program for Nokia Series 60 mobile phones that works as a safe protection from being lost or stolen.
|Last Update:||October 22nd 2005 |
|License:||No key required|
|Requirements:||167 KB RAM|
|ID's:||HID: 175414, AAID: 9586|
What is Theft
What is Theft?
?Theft’ starts automatically as the phone is turned on, and
then always keeps detecting whether the phone is turned off in a wrong way, or
your SIM Card is changed. It also keeps checking messages arriving for an
activation text you previously defined (See the "SMS
text to attack" in Program Settings section). Then ?Theft’ will
attack the thief in three ways:
a permanent text on the screen saying that ?THIS MOBILE IS LOST OR
STOLEN’ along with any other text you provide; such as your name and
contact telephone number.
phone will send messages to a list of recipients you created for ?Theft’
to inform you that the phone is locked (It will also inform you of the new
SIM number if someone has changed your SIM Card.).
very loud long siren will sound from the phone alerting people in the
vicinity and disturbing the thief.
THE THIEF WILL NOT BE ABLE TO FORMAT THE
PHONE AS FORMATTING REQUIRES A LOCKCODE (THAT YOU CAN CHANGE FROM THE PHONE
SYSTEM SETTINGS) AND FOR THE THIEF TO DO THIS IT WILL TAKE SOMETIME AND THAT
TIME WOULD BE THE ENOUGH TIME FOR 'THEFT' TO LAUNCH.
How will the thief be affected?
thief changes the SIM; this requires powering off or rebooting the phone. Of
course that will happen without the thief turning ?Theft’ off
first as the thief does not know the code you used to ?Turn off?
?Theft’. The result will be that the next time the phone is
powered on, ?Theft’ will enter attack mode; will show the
display, will send messages to the phone numbers in the ?Recipients?
list and will emit the warning alarm tone.
thief changes the SIM; assuming you have set the ?Attack on SIM
change? field to ?Yes?, the next time the phone is powered
on ?Theft’ will detect that the SIM has been changed and will
enter attack mode, and will carry out the same actions as above including
sending the details of the new SIM card in the text message. Even if the
thief subsequently re-inserts the original SIM, the attack will repeat when
the phone is powered on and will continue to do so until the phone is
"Unlocked" with the required code.
thief does not change the SIM card and you send a text message from any
other mobile phone to your phone containing text you provided in ?SMS
text to attack?
There is only one way to turn the phone back to the normal mode; you
must press ?Unlock? and then you must enter your valid ?Turnoff
code? the same code that you provided to ?Theft’ in the ?Application?
page of the ?Program settings? section.
Please visit our website www.symbianbrains.com
and download ?Anti-Thief User's Guide?.
Nokia 3230, Nokia 3600, Nokia 3620, Nokia 3650, Nokia 3660, Nokia 6260, Nokia 6600, Nokia 6620, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6670, Nokia 6680, Nokia 6681, Nokia 7610, Nokia 7650, Nokia N-Gage, Nokia N-Gage QD, Nokia N70, Nokia Series 60
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