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Old 11-26-2008, 11:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So, I want to wipe everything, and start over. How to I revert to factory settings. Everything.

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goto options,security options, general settings, then BB key..wipe handheld
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Will that set me back to factory, or just delete all data, such as e-mail and third party apps. I really want to take it back to factory. I will try it, and see what happens, but thought I would ask.
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The steps above should work.

You could also use JL_Cmder and select the factory restore option.
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Cool, I will try JL also, just to REALLY wipe it

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Does the JL_Cmder do a javaloader -wipe, because that probably isn't what the OP wants.
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I take it you've never used JL_Cmder. There is an option to wipe the handheld (which is what you're referring to) and there is another option to restore to factory defaults.
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