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Old 12-22-2005, 05:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is obviously everyone's favorite question. I just bought an old blackberry off ebay and need a blank policy.bin (please email to [email address]).

I have read the old threads and disagree that this request is unethical, but I don't really want to argue about it. I am not even planning to use full blackberry service with this thing. I bought it to use a cheap personal PDA plus cell phone with a full keyboard for SMS.

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Old 12-23-2005, 08:38 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Well let's see this is your first post. No one here is gonna give you the policy.bin your looking for, because #1 your new #2 if all others including me couldn't get your not #3 if you can't get it you have a nice paper wieght #4 there are rumors about a workaround but I won't tell you where to look but what I will tell you is that if you search you should find a thread about a workaround. Not trying to be mean but if all of us didn't get it why waste space with a new thread?

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This is obviously everyone's favorite question. I just bought an old blackberry off ebay and need a blank policy.bin (please email to [email address]).
I am sure it is Research and Motion's favorite question: did anyone figure out how to disable blackberry corporate security RIM is so proud of, and if they did- should RIM patch it in the next release of blackberry software or provide a hotfix sooner?
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Even if you were to apply a blank Policy.Bin file, the BES would push down a new policy wireless (BES 4) or the next time the BB was cradled (< BES 4). Research In Motion knows this very well.
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I am sure it is Research and Motion's favorite question: did anyone figure out how to disable blackberry corporate security RIM is so proud of, and if they did- should RIM patch it in the next release of blackberry software or provide a hotfix sooner?
Should RIM patch in a "fix" so anyone and everyone who finds a blackberry can disable the security measures in place so they could have full access to the thing?



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