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Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Eye OnThief v2.55 for Smartphone unregistered version

Eye OnThief will automatically send alarm SMS with the new phone number after SIM card is changed. You also can control your mobile remotely by sms.

* Auto Run: When Eye OnThief is enabled, after mobile starts up, it will beep to show that the phone is currently under protection. Eye OnThief will not stay in memory, after detection it will exit automatically. Alarm message will be sent out after the set time if problem is detected.
* User-defined Option: The time to send out the alarm message after cell phone starts up, the frequency of sending and the SMS list could be user-defined.
* Support multiple SIM cards: It makes the legal user possible to use several SIM cards in a same mobile phone.
* Send SIM Contact
* Password setting: It is used to set the administrator password.
* Remote Control by sms: You can control your mobile remotely by sms, such as shutdown, restart, query contact information..

* Install cab file (Only Smartphone needed).
* Copy the Eye OnThief in phone's memory (Recommended, the application will still work even the storage card is removed) or the storage card and run. Burn it into ROM is the best choice.

First Run:
* Run Eye OnThief normally if no signing failure appears.
* Set Auto Run option.
* Set the SMS list and exit.
* Restart mobile, a beep will be made to show that the Eye OnThief is running correctly.

Verify Remote Control:
* Send the sms which contains only remote password to the mobile and the Inbox should not show this sms.

* If you forget to disable Auto Run option after changing the SIM card, run Eye OnThief will stop the sending process directly before alarm SMS is sent out.

If you register Eye OnThief, you will get:
* Unregistered version of Eye OnThief can be used without any time limitation. The only difference from registered version is it can only send 3 SIM contacts
* Free Technical Support
* Free Upgrade

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