1. eldiablojoe's Avatar
    Does anyone know how this was done and if it can be done on a 3GS?

    Linky : Robbery Suspect in Stolen Cell Phone Photo Turns Himself In - Local News | News Articles | National News | US News - FOXNews.com

    Robbery Suspect in Stolen Cell Phone Photo Turns Himself In
    Friday, December 04, 2009

    PHILADELPHIA A Philadelphia teenager who authorities say used a stolen cell phone to snap a photo of himself that automatically got sent to the victim has turned himself in.

    Eighteen-year-old Kadeem Cook turned himself in around 11:30 p.m. Thursday.

    Cook is the main suspect in an armed robbery on Oct. 7.

    The victim's cell phone was taken during the robbery. The 20-year-old woman had programmed her phone so that it would automatically send photos to her home computer.

    Some time after the robbery, she received a photo of a young man holding a large handgun to his head.

    After the photo was released, the gunman was identified as Cook and an arrest warrant was issued.

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    12-04-2009 02:31 PM
  2. big9erfan's Avatar
    No, the iPhone can't do that....there might be a jailbreak solution for it, but I don't know.
    12-04-2009 02:35 PM
  3. flyingember's Avatar
    never assume the news reporter knows what they're writing about. I bet programmed simply meant the person setup a system wide bcc for all sent emails.

    the person who stole it sent themselves a photo using an account they setup but didn't remove the bcc

    some time means nothing without a date. it could be a single day had passed. they may be lieing about the timeframe to keep an investigation/undercover agent working
    12-04-2009 03:58 PM