How a Free App Helped Funtcase Get His Stolen Laptop Back

Image via Funtcase on Facebook
Image via Funtcase on Facebook

Just last week we showed you ways you can backup your music so you (producer/DJ/regular music lover) won’t be assed out if your hardware is stolen or breaks down. Funtcase recently told a tale about his Macbook, which was recently stolen, and how he was able to retrieve it using a free app. The story is pretty awesome, and should be something that any of you using a Macbook employs; it could help put the culprit in jail.

(EDM Sauce)

  • tre

    aThanks for telling us the apps name you Cuntface..

    • ZOMZOMZOMZOM

      It’s call ‘Prey’ you fucking nob-gobbler.

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  • Teté Kennedy

    Prey Proyect be created in Chile! <3

  • Derek Warren Bond

    saucesom

  • yOURFACE

    sO YOUR A FUCKING TARD THAT LIVES YOU´RE SHIT BEHIND AND THEN GO´S AND GIVES SHIT TO THIS POOR KID FOR FIDING A FUCKING mAC pRO LOST IN THE AIRPORT… lIKE YOU WOULD HAVE INSTANTLY FOUND A LOS MAC AND INSTANTLY RETURNED IT TO AIRPORTS LOST AND FOUND… GIVE ME A BREAK… sO YOU ALLED THE COPS ON THIS GUY? YOU´RE A FUCKING DOUCHE… BE A PRO AND TAKE CARE OF YOUR MATERIAL, RETARD!!

    • http://www.rockthedub.com/ khal

      Just so we’re clear, the DJ who lost his laptop and used security measures that ended up finding the person who walked off with his laptop is the one in the wrong? I get the idea of making sure your stuff is secure (I triple check my things when I’m out), but the right thing to do would be to drop off something like a Macbook or cellphone or something like that to the proper lost and found area, right?

      • anonymous

        don’t feed the trolls.