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Old 10-10-2008, 01:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I used JL_Cmder to wipe one of my BlackBerries I'm having trouble with. First, how do I know it really worked? I mean ...the thing was done in seconds. So I tried it again running it from a command prompt, and it's asking for my password. If it's wiped, how does it still know what the password is???
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if youre using javaloader from the command line and wiping it, then its wiped.
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Well it appears to be ...except a problem that was created when trying to upgrade the OS to 4.5 still exists. The screen is white with some faded lines running up the middle. When I run Rove Mobile Viewer, it shows 507 in the cirlce with the line through it. So I'm trying to follow the steps to fix that (even though I can really only see that using Mobile Viewer). But that's not fixing it either.
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