Originally Posted by 6502programmer
I have another idea, but it's somewhat technical and requires you to have a backup of the device on the computer. If you load up a device simulator, get the backup restored to it, then you'll have the ability to play away with it until you get the password right.
haha you realize that when the device has a password on it you have to enter the password in desktop manager to do a backup
unless this guy has a recent backup which according to his post its been soooooo long since he used it that he forgot his pw, i doubt he has one. this is why i have the autobackup set everyday. i have hundreds of contacts and this past month i used 12,875 texts and receive about 150 emails a day. i cant afford to lose a days backup