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Anonymous
March 18, 2005 7:33:49 AM

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SonyEricsson P800 P900 P910 Cracked Software

http://p910i.tollfreepage.com


(Keywords: Sony Ericsson UIQ SIS Serial Keygen Crack)
April 4, 2005 4:13:04 PM

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Question re KeyGen. I know its probably pretty illegal to use, but if I put
my IMEI into the KenGen, how traceable is it back to me?

<SonyEricsson.P910i@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1111149229.276027.172660@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com...
>
> SonyEricsson P800 P900 P910 Cracked Software
>
> http://p910i.tollfreepage.com
>
>
> (Keywords: Sony Ericsson UIQ SIS Serial Keygen Crack)
>
April 5, 2005 2:48:54 AM

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Unless it's a app that uses the net for something, then very hard


> Question re KeyGen. I know its probably pretty illegal to use, but if I
> put my IMEI into the KenGen, how traceable is it back to me?
>
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Anonymous
April 11, 2005 11:40:45 AM

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I know it is illegal even to ask but i have no choice.
Can somebody tell me how i can change my IMEI number....just email me
or something.

This is whay:
I found sony ericsson P910i, i waited for the owner to come looking for
it, but no one came. As you know the P910i is very expensive and it was
probably reported missing to the police. I had the phone now for 4
mounths and just found out that they can find me through IMEI number. I
have everything on this phone now, and giving it up ain`t an option.

Help!


--
NightGhost
Anonymous
April 12, 2005 3:51:51 PM

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NightGhost <NightGhost.1nbcsa@WiFi-Forum_dot_com> wrote:

> I know it is illegal even to ask but i have no choice. Can somebody tell me
>how i can change my IMEI number....just email meor something.This is
whay:I found sony ericsson P910i, i waited for the owner to come looking
forit, but no one came. As you know the P910i is very expensive and it
wasprobably reported missing to the police.


You do know that if you find some lost property you're not supposed to
wander off with it in the hope that the rightful owner can somehow
divine your address and contact details. You're supposed to take it to
the police so that if it has been reported stolen it can be returned to
the rightful owner. In most countries that I've lived in if the item
hasn't been claimed in six months you can go to teh police station and
you'll be allowed to keep it yourself.

> I had the phone now for 4mounths and just found out that they can find me
>through IMEI number.

You should have taken it to the police and you wouldn't have this
problem.

> Ihave everything on this phone now, and giving it up ain`t an option.Help!--
> NightGhost

Erm, what kind of messed up thinking is this. What about the real owner?
Was his or her information that was on the phone not important then? How
do you think they felt when their phone was lost. You are incredibly
selfish.

mark
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Anonymous
April 15, 2005 10:30:41 PM

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hope this is not a valid address as i have forwarded it to the police and not
sure if news groups can be taken as a confession. but you admit you took a
phone without really trying to find the rightful owner.

if you had taken it to a police station the phone would (i believe ) be
yours in a few weeks. as anything unclaimed goes back to the finder.


you could of course see what the network was and ask them to trace the
original owner, from the IMEI number

if you had been an honest sort of guy the phone could have been yours. but
your NOT you are a thief you took something without consent and took no
proper action to return it.



Pi55 OFF


On Tue, 12 Apr 2005 12:51:51 +0100, mark haynes wrote
(in article <1guxdt9.2z40m61i3urgoN%mark.haynes@despammed.com>):

> NightGhost <NightGhost.1nbcsa@WiFi-Forum_dot_com> wrote:
>
>> I know it is illegal even to ask but i have no choice. Can somebody tell me
>> how i can change my IMEI number....just email meor something.This is
> whay:I found sony ericsson P910i, i waited for the owner to come looking
> forit, but no one came. As you know the P910i is very expensive and it
> wasprobably reported missing to the police.
>
>
> You do know that if you find some lost property you're not supposed to
> wander off with it in the hope that the rightful owner can somehow
> divine your address and contact details. You're supposed to take it to
> the police so that if it has been reported stolen it can be returned to
> the rightful owner. In most countries that I've lived in if the item
> hasn't been claimed in six months you can go to teh police station and
> you'll be allowed to keep it yourself.
>
>> I had the phone now for 4mounths and just found out that they can find me
>> through IMEI number.
>
> You should have taken it to the police and you wouldn't have this
> problem.
>
>> Ihave everything on this phone now, and giving it up ain`t an option.Help!--
>> NightGhost
>
> Erm, what kind of messed up thinking is this. What about the real owner?
> Was his or her information that was on the phone not important then? How
> do you think they felt when their phone was lost. You are incredibly
> selfish.
>
> mark
>
Anonymous
April 18, 2005 3:36:06 PM

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"layabout" <no_good_layabout@mac.com> wrote in message
news:0001HW.BE85C6E001EEE080F04075B0@news.blueyonder.co.uk...
> hope this is not a valid address as i have forwarded it to the police and
> not
> sure if news groups can be taken as a confession. but you admit you took a
> phone without really trying to find the rightful owner.

<snip>

Then you'd probably be looking at forwarding to the filth in Slovenia....or
to his ISP's abuse address (see RIPE whois database result under post).
Won't have a lot of effect, I suspect, but you're right about one thing -
the guy's a dishonest git.....and curiously yet amusingly misguided in his
opinion about personal property-rights ;-)

--
Cheers
Chris
: )

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