Give them the model number and serial number and have the department contact and subpoena Sony for records. Have your detective working on your case to contact Thomas Nguyen the Legal Specialist and go from there. But you are gonna have to bother the police department every day until they do it. It's really frustrating, and I hope someone has a solution to my issue. Personally if I were you, call Sony, get it bricked and save for another. Is it possible to do something like that yourself? Although, You can do the following. Now I don't know whether it is the police not giving a crap or Sony just wanting me to buy another, I have a feeling that it will never be found.
Contact Sony Tech Support, give them your model number and serial number and have them flag your console. . Usually it's saved, if it was ever connected to your router. If you don't have access to your verification info, click for more help. The only hope was the nonexistan cooperation from Sony. I'm really pissed at their policy which protects the thieves, and I'm really considering not to buy Sony products again not that I am financially able to now anyways. Sony support will take this case way more seriously since police is involved.
The verification email can take a few minutes to arrive. You will see an onscreen message and receive an email to confirm the password change. They hold it like it's the holy grail. If you haven't received it within 24 hours, please click for more help. Don't have your verification information? Anyway, he's already filed a police report, but I was wondering what else could be done to help him.
It takes 30 to 90 days to get subpoena records depending on the Police Department and the way they do things. You can now sign in with your new password. How ever there might be a small chance there is the serial number on the receipt. I'm really disappointed since it was my last straw to retrieve my stolen stuff. Spoiler formatting is simple to use and works on most mobile devices as well.
Don't forget to use a mixture of upper and lower-case letters, numbers and special characters. Sony can identify the system and can see its been online with my account. You will be emailed a secure link which expires after 24 hours. The police told me that the laptop serial number which was also stolen won't do much good since they can't track it. Yeah, what you are gonna have to do is call the police. Passwords are regularly reset in order to ensure that accounts are kept secure.
If the link expires follow steps one and two for it to be re-sent. I doubt that any information will be obtained from Sony. You will see an onscreen message and receive an email to confirm the password change. And for the police to send the warrant they need the serial number. It's been a year and nothing seems to have progressed. I'm still gonna go against hope and ask on twitter and facebook a few times, but that's the end of the story it seems.
Now, of course, the serial number is written on the device itself, and I don't have the box anymore. If you are looking for the serial number to arrange for repairs, it might just be easiest to speak to a human being on the phone anyway. Edit: Looks like I've fought against the stream here. Please tell me this is enough to get either side police or sony to help me retrieve my stolen things. Even with all evidence of buying the device, they won't give me my serial number. You can now sign in with your new password. If you haven't received it within 24 hours, please click for more help.
Most places that is not the case, unfortunately. Explain the situation and also give them the contacts of the Officer that will be in charge of the case. Going to be frank with you, if you can't find a hard copy there isn't another way to retrieve it. It saves you from some headaches in the long run. Also be sure to include a note with your system asking they preserve your data if at all possible. I hope this is at least some-what helpful! Probably not the news your looking for but according to the It doesn't look like it would be anywhere else. Just follow the instructions on this page to reset your password.
I had my PlayStation stolen a year ago and did everything possible not to freak out the theif and get it tracked down though the police. But it's gonna take some time. Very disappointed Sony fan boy here! Received a password reset email you didn't ask for? If you're gonna get it fixed, since the serial number has gone away, you'll have to pay for the repairs. If you have problems doing this, please contact your email provider as soon as possible. Took everything it seems except the power cable. . .