I bought a 2nd hand phone and the mobile tracker has been configured with a password.
The former owner did not know the password. (He gave me the necessary documents including the warranty card to prove that he was the owner).
I have sent the device to the service center, even with software upgrade the password is still there. The service technician is unable to reset the password and even after hard resetting few times. The case has been escalated. Now I am using a brute force approach to test the combinations one by one from 0000 to 9999. Any advice to do it faster?
Also, I realised that after activating AGIS NavFone, even after upgrading the firmware or hard reset, the information is still hidden somewhere and I need not activate again. It seems that there is some hidden memory area to store the activation information of NavFone as well as the mobile tracker password.
Edited by willowmodaco, 24 September 2009 - 02:33 PM.