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1-03-2012 @ 6:12PM
I don't think the email was a phishing attempt, it didn't actually have links for me to click that sent me somewhere to log in. I'm paranoid about email links so if I think it's from battle.net ill go from my browser manually rather than the email. I don't even instal flash player when it tells me without going to their website myself. Besides, at this point I already couldn't log in so I didn't even follow up on it until I got the second email. I knew about the serial number and restore code, I had just gotten lax about remembering where I had written it down because every other time I restored my phone or replaced or upgraded it I had no issues. Perhaps the only difference was that I used an iCloud backup to restore this time, which I don't recommend to anyone. So I agree that either the way apple restores phones from backups changed or the app itself has.
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