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Old 08-12-2008, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I recently have a used BB 8300 unlock (AT&T original), Could somebody so me how to activated the internet thru Opara Mini. I know that there a thread talk about how to remove the IT Policy, but I when installed my Blackberry Desktop Manager in BIS but I till can not find the Certificate Sync icon anywhere ? and don't know how to remove it.
Please show me how to do this by steps. I used T-Mobile Sim Card now.

Thank you very much for your help !

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Welcome to the BBforums.

Why do you need a certificate sync icon? You seem to be confusing 2-3 different matters: installation of Opera Mini, certificate sync and an IT Policy.

For OM, make certain you have your TCP set: What are the TCP and APN settings? - BlackBerryFAQ
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Thanks for your quick respond, I did do like what you said in " What are the TCP and APN settings? - BlackBerryFAQ" but it does not work, When I click on OperaMini Icon and it's installing then " Fail to connect to internet" finally , that's why I am confused, Please advise !
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PS: I don't pay for Data Plan with T-mobile.

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With your BB powered on, remove the battery, hold a few seconds, replace and reboot.
Try again.

Sometimes OM just won't work immediately, you might need to give it a couple days. I have seen that happen with users on this forum a few times... they come back two days later and open OM and it works.
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After reboot the BB and go to Opera Mini what I have on the screen is : " The Application operated has attempted to open a connection to a location inside the firewall and outside the firewall which is not allowed by your IT Policy " What shoud I do with this ? Please advise !
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You bought the BB used or off eBay?

Remove IT Policy - BlackBerryFAQ
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I bought it used.

Thank you Sir.
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Jsanders,
I understand all the step of Remove IT Policy but the last step "Verification" Does BB and Computer will automatic do this step or Do I need to click somewhere on Blackberry Desktop Manager in order to do the verification step in Remove IT Policy ?

Thank you very much for your help ! I hope you enjoy your day !
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Nothing to do, other than look at see that you have no IT Policy (or you do have the Blank IT Policy installed).
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I did the Remove IT Policy as the instructions " Remove IT Policy - BlackBerryFAQ" but my BB is still have IT policy Enable on it which is the same as its original.
Did change the TCP but nothing works with Opera Mini. What should I need to do ?

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Then you probably haven't removed the IT Policy from the device, or like some few other users, Opera Mini just won't work for you.
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I Know it still have the IT Policy but why the instruction that you provided won't work with me ? could you please show me how ?
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can anyone give me the unlocing software for 8300
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