I'm trying to install apps on my bold 9000, but it's not working. In Appworld it says: "Your system administrator as prevented installation of third party applications on this device." I tried some methods to solve this problem (remove IT policy) that I found via google, but I encountered several problems so it's still not working.
to be more precise:
I tried the method "Removing IT Policy" from the blackberry facts but I can not find a folder named PolicyManager in HKEY_Current_Users\Software\Research In Motion\BlackBerry\PolicyManager... There's only the folder named Manager...
What could I do?
Thanks in advance!!
Last edited by plackberry : 07-04-2012 at 12:58 PM.
If your on a corporte phone and try to defeat the IT policy then you may also defeat your job status. Most companys have different restrictions. Call your IT admin and see if they will allow you to load apps... doubtful.
If you purchased this BB and it was used then go to the top of the forum in the FAQ section and read on removing the IT policy. Be sure you dont lose your job over a foolish app.
My company makes us buy a seperate phone for personal use.
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don't worry, it's my private phone, I just got it from a friend.
As I mentioned above, I have already searched and tried the method mentioned in the FAQ.
To "Method 1: IT Policy Removal For Devices with OS 4.5 and higher (Preferred)":
I simply can't find the folder "common files" on my computer, so I also can't find any folder named "apploader" nor any "loader.exe"
Jap, I installed the newest version: BlackBerry Desktop Software v7.0.0
There is only one "Research In Motion" folder (this is where I installed the BlackBerry Desktop Software) and inside this folder I can find those folders: Codecs, de, DesktopHelperModules, DeviceData, InstallerUnits, Modules, Third_Party and other files.
I searched those folders but I can't find a "Loader.exe"...