Ever gotten your Blackberry misplaced, lost or stolen? Don’t worry, here’s a DIY application that helps you remotely locate your phone.
Blackberry Protect is a free application that allows Blackberry users to wirelessly backup, restore and locate their BlackBerry smartphone.
BlackBerry Protect provides features like: remote device wipe, remote device lock, ‘Lost and Found’ screen, locate device on a map, remote activation of the BlackBerry smartphone loud ringer, and wireless device backup and restore.
RIM launched BlackBerry Protect this week in open beta in Europe, Middle East and in 30 African countries including Algeria, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Tunisia and Uganda.
BlackBerry Protect open beta is available for download in Blackberry App World.
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