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Old 11-20-2008, 03:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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please help me how to Blackberry Reset BIS - AT&T / Cingular / Tmobile / Rogers etc

any solution for this ??

i've heard people complaining about PIN get suspended or PIN is already used, and in every threads, they all said have to call operator to delete PIN that is already associated with a BIS account

so what i have in mind is if we could actually delete the PIN account by calling RIM or anyone that work on RIM to delete the account? (not for free of course)...

is there actually a service available to delete PIN? since there is a lot of services arround to unlock the device

because it would be a stressful thing to do since we do not know who is the previous owner of the blackberry that we all have in hand... and don't know which provider that the PIN is registered with

please dont closed this topic before these problem solved

thanks for ur help

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Old 11-20-2008, 05:18 PM   #2 (permalink)
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sorry you might need to explain in more detail what your issue is..
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I'm pretty sure he's asking if there is a way to stop BIS from delivering emails to a device. Since BIS is tied to PIN, wiping the handheld does nothing. If a changes blackberry's, their BIS email will continue to be delivered to the device.

Other than having the user change their PIN through the BIS website, the only way I know of changing this is to call the provider.
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Old 11-23-2008, 08:06 PM   #4 (permalink)
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No you cannot delete a PIN
No there is no Universal Carrier Unlock Code
Yes the PIN and IMEI must be released by the previous carrier before the BB can be registered on a new account with a data plan.

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