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Old 10-02-2009, 09:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i forget my password is there way to disbale code coz i need data inside like contacts numbers to not been lost is there way to reset this code or disable it without data inside loss i will be thanxful waiitng a help by the way itry enter code 9 times i just i have one time or the fone it will wipe him self
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Welcome to the forums.

Nothing you can do. I hope you have a backup.
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Nothing you can do. I hope you have a backup.
no sir i havent backup there is no way to disable this code i,m deadly need my contacts plz more help
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BlackBerry devices are known for their security. There is nothing you can do other than remember your password. There is no 'default' password on these devices. T
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BlackBerry devices are known for their security. There is nothing you can do other than remember your password. There is no 'default' password on these devices. T
so why the fone wipe him self when enter 10 times wrong password ..there is reset factory default in such this case to reset without delete
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No. That is part of the security. If your phone was lost or stolen, would you want someone to be able to put in a default password and have access to all of your information? I don't think you would! So to prevent that, in the event that someone would find your phone and try to enter the password to get into your information, the device would wipe the data for your security. It's the way it is. NO WAY AROUND IT!
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No. That is part of the security. If your phone was lost or stolen, would you want someone to be able to put in a default password and have access to all of your information? I don't think you would! So to prevent that, in the event that someone would find your phone and try to enter the password to get into your information, the device would wipe the data for your security. It's the way it is. NO WAY AROUND IT!

all in all fully thanxx sir for the clear and help and in next time i always have backup to rescue my data
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You're welcome. Sorry it wasn't the answer you were looking for. If you sync to Outlook, you could use that to get your contacts back.

It's always a good idea to back up your data frequently. I would suggest once a week at the least. Say every Friday is backup day
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