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Old 11-19-2011, 10:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Guys/Girls

I need some help to Remove IT policy

I have an old BB 8310 with OS 4.2.2.146 and IT policy

and i can not find any way to remove IT Policy with this OS.
all i found is how to remove if OS is 4.3 or higher.

Is anyone that can help me with this problem?

I can not upgrade to OS 4.3 or higher?

Thnks for the help if i Get

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Old 11-19-2011, 11:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Remove IT Policy

Moved to a more appropriate section.

Did you read the article in our FAQ on removing an IT Policy? did that help?
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yes from here
w.blackberryfaq.com/index.php/8300_Series_FAQ%27s]8300 Series FAQ's - BlackBerryFAQ[/url]

but did not find a solution

maybe someone has something
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Old 11-19-2011, 02:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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The info in the FAQ works. Did you read the entire FAQ?


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thnks

i will try method II because on One i have to upgrade OS and i can not do that
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[quote=tsac;1755787]The info in the FAQ works. Did you read the entire FAQ?



hi Tsac from where can I download the policy.bin file ?

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tryed and tryed but no chance

i did not find the registry policymanager
i tryed the crackit crackutil
and still no chance

i think i will change to another phone.
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the reference is to a registry change.
If the BB does not seem to be without the IT Policy it may be that it is still connected to the BES server. Are you still using the BB for work? If your still connected, it will download the policy again.
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The easiest way is to use latest version of desktop manager to remove it policy and to reverse device to factory default....
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Reverse device to factory default?

You do realize that the device 8310 with OS 4.2...
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the reference is to a registry change.
If the BB does not seem to be without the IT Policy it may be that it is still connected to the BES server. Are you still using the BB for work? If your still connected, it will download the policy again.
Hi, thnks

no, i am not using that device anymore, i have now a BB 9780

fadmin like also NJBlackBerry have said i can not change the version because now i am using a OS 4.2 and the IT policy does not let me change it.

:( there is now way i can get rid of this IT Policy on this 8310
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the reference is to a registry change.
If the BB does not seem to be without the IT Policy it may be that it is still connected to the BES server. Are you still using the BB for work? If your still connected, it will download the policy again.
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Ok , last try. Assuming you're not on a BES server, I would do a wipe then using JL-cmdr reload the OS following the FAQ. I tried it with an old 8310 ( disconnected from BES) and it does work as long as the BB is NOT still on the BES server.
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