Question about Motorola Mobility A1200
You should have your IMEI number of the device - if you have retained the original packing, it may have it. Or if you wrote it somewhere use it. (Generally, you can check the IMEI number by pressing key combination *#06#).
Use the number to complain to the police, and also share it with your operator to track any calls with this IMEI number. Whoever uses the device can be tracked by the operator. You may be able to atleast block the device and make it useless for those who has stolen it. If you lost the SIM, you may be able to get the same reissued by your operator on the basis of this complaint.
Posted on Aug 28, 2008
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