posted on Dec, 30 2011 @ 12:15 PM
Few years back, my phone of the time a Sony ericsson W810i occasionally, but sporadically would call my friend Alan somewhere between 4-6am,
I wouldn't even be awake 'til around 7am and my girlfriend is with me, who is very light sleeper. (cant even turn over without her waking up). I
could confirm that indeed my phone had rang him, by the call log.
Alan would sent me texts asking why i had rang him, and some ungodly hour and woke him up. and once he rang me back, which woke me up, so i get outta
bed, go downstairs to where my phone is usually charging in the kitchen. He said he put the phone down as noone was there and rang me straight back.
I've no explanation as to why or how it did so.
Could say maybe - it was sleep walking, had it been so, of which ive never been informed i ever have, the girlfriend would have noticed. And the call
when Alan rang back straight after, took me a good minute or so to hear it, get out of cosy bed, downstairs, through 2 rooms to get to it. So with
conviction can say it wasn't me.
After the 2nd time, i went through the phone options to see if there was an auto dial, like an alarm perhaps where at a certain time it would call
"x" person, but there isn't such a function.
In total to my knowledge it occurred about 7-8 times, over the course of a year in 2008-2009.
With a little more knowledge in playing under the hood of software, certain hacks installed on the phone can enable other users to link up via
bluetooth (and possibly other dialling in methods) then use the phone to read/send texts and ring out. AIO Bluetooth hack and bluecracker (both
available on getjar.com).
So that to me, is the most likely scenario. Still doesn't who? or why? though.