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Old 08-31-2008, 04:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi all friends, exist a way for enter to my blackberry curve?

i have a password protection, try shyncronize with BlackBerry Desktop.
asked my password, typed, the BB not know, the BB restarted...

i try enter again the password, strange before when i typed the password appear the characters encrypted and show a * or any character specially...

now the characters was displayed normal (i can see it)

exist any way for get my contact details and all data?

any master password?


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Old 08-31-2008, 04:34 AM   #2 (permalink)
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ouch typed a bad password.... last time for try and i have good luck! found the password, the correct password the fear win me

but uffffff i entered to my cell phone!

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Old 08-31-2008, 08:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Wirelessly posted (8310; The Juggernaut)

Entering the PW incorrectly the 10th time will erase all data from your BlackBerry. It sounds like you might be halfway there.
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Is that device on a BES? If it is, you can reset the password from the BES.
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Wirelessly posted (8310; The Juggernaut)

Entering the PW incorrectly the 10th time will erase all data from your BlackBerry. It sounds like you might be halfway there.
This #10 applies for the live of the blackberry? Or does it start back in zero after a successful login? If the first is true, which does not make much sense to me, changing the password would reset the count of failures back to zero?
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Default the #10 chance...

the #10.


started ask me the password 1-10 and so on...


exist a amster massword?


and no no on a BES.


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There is no master password. If you forgot your password, then your device will wipe all of the data when you enter the password incorrectly 10 times.
There is no way to prevent that from happening.

Once your device does its security wipe after you enter the wrong password for the 10th time, your device will reset and you can set a new password.
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This #10 applies for the live of the blackberry? Or does it start back in zero after a successful login? If the first is true, which does not make much sense to me, changing the password would reset the count of failures back to zero?
No, you get 10 attempts in a row. Once you've entered the password incorrectly 10 times in a row, the BB wipes itself and you start from scratch.

If you enter the password incorrectly and then correctly the count resets to 0. It's not cumulative.
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No, you get 10 attempts in a row. Once you've entered the password incorrectly 10 times in a row, the BB wipes itself and you start from scratch.

If you enter the password incorrectly and then correctly the count resets to 0. It's not cumulative.

Thanks! That's what makes sense!
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