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Old 09-27-2007, 09:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I got the curve and need to sell my Pearl. What is the best way to get all personal data off of it while still keeping it as in tact as possible?

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Options/Security/General Settings, hit the menu key and click Wipe Handheld.
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I always use javaloader to wipe mine just to be on the safe side I dont want anything left on it.
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I always use javaloader to wipe mine just to be on the safe side I dont want anything left on it.
Me too. Gets rid of Service Books, apps, everything.
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