Stop by the service providers shop and charge it? I assume they have the model's equipment on hand for standard trouble shooting. Shouldn't take but a few minutes to charge up enough to boot up and get pertinent info as most smart phones have a systems page with phone identification numbers in it.Called the BLM and she said the only call about a phone was way early in the season. This thing may be that old being in the case and all, just have no idea. I don't have the proper charger to see if it even turns on and there are no external numbers to call the provider and see if they know who's it might be. Suggestions??
I'd like to return in case they were using the phone as a camera for the trip and all items out there wouldn't have been backed up via "cloud".