Apparently it takes a picture if someone tries to unlock your phone and emails it to the owners email address.
See link below
Stolen iPhone takes picture of woman, emails it to owner - thestar.com
on 12/12/2012 – Made popular on 12/12/2012
Hello everybody, i was a blackberry user who went to iphone 4s for some time and now i just went with android. I just bought my Htc One X. Very nice phone. I just have one question....I would like to know is there anyway to get my emails any faster in android?
Most of my friends haven't gotten rid of their ****ty Iphones yet and so I've come across something when texting them that I hope you guys can help me fix. Not sure if it's on my end or theirs but when I send a picture via text to an iPhone user they can only see 2/3s of the picture.
I recently switched from iPhone to Galaxy Note 2. I have an email account via go daddy that is purging the emails form the device every day instead of just leaving them on the phone and the server. Is there a setting that will discontinue this? I have tried reinstalling the account as IMAP and POP3 but both are deleting the emails. Pease help. Thanks
here is my problem. I recently bought an samsung s4 Active. When I started using it I noticed that there was a random picture next to my name on all my outgoing emails from my phone. The picture is a random screen shot from a youtube video I uploaded years ago.
Yet again another reason to be an Android / EVO Shift user/owner. The VIDEO in the link below just reinforces what we all already know about ITurd ( Iphone :rolleyes: ) users, they are lemmings. Yes I just came across the VIDEO, and it's a bit old. But I thought I'd share it anyway. Because it's Hilarious, plus it proves a point.
Recently Samsung conducted the Samsung Galaxy Note Street Challenge. They gave Android users a few hours to play with the Galaxy Note, and then they hit the streets in Harold Square to see how it stacked against the competition. You guessed it, the competition was the iPhone. Here’s a video of a woman completely shocked that the Galaxy Note does more than her iPhone will ever do.