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isaiahsmommy42608 12-25-2009 05:06 AM

How to get past a password protected blacberry without losing personal information
 
first time i use this site but recently i found out my husband was doing wrong he has a password on the phone and i want to get past that but cant because all i read is put in the password wrong but u lose all the personal data i cant afford to lose that because i need to use that against him in court. someone please help me
:-(

MidnightDraven 12-25-2009 05:29 AM

Its not possible.

Dubdub 12-25-2009 07:24 AM

Part of the BB security features. Incorrectly enter the password 10 times and the device is wiped.

dankarlinski 12-25-2009 08:12 AM

Wirelessly posted (White and Nerdy)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dubdub
Part of the BB security features. Incorrectly enter the password 10 times and the device is wiped.

Its the bottom line.... Sorry

dc/dc 12-25-2009 08:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dubdub (Post 1534748)
Incorrectly enter the password 10 times and the device is wiped.

...or fewer depending on security settings.

ifonline 12-25-2009 09:02 AM

Best bet... stop messing with the phone and have your attorney get a court order. Simple as that.

eyestrain 12-25-2009 09:13 AM

even with my high-cost-BB gadgets (Furious GOld with BB pack activated, and my Blackberry Box) there is no solution for reading the lock codes of blackberry phones,

they said the coder is doing their best to dycrypt those line but as of now its imposible...


so i think you better find another way maam aside from reading the files of you husband's phone...

Caledan 12-25-2009 09:45 AM

If you are on a Mac & using Missing Sync from Mark / Space you can look at the Message Log. If he had those checked to sync then it would show every message ever sent. Even if he deleted them on the handset then synced.
You may also look at the drives to see if he saved any photos that he wanted to keep private.

eyestrain 12-25-2009 10:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Caledan (Post 1534801)
If you are on a Mac & using Missing Sync from Mark / Space you can look at the Message Log. If he had those checked to sync then it would show every message ever sent. Even if he deleted them on the handset then synced.
You may also look at the drives to see if he saved any photos that he wanted to keep private.

oh thanks sir,

thats interesting...

Jayuk20 12-25-2009 02:48 PM

Wirelessly posted

Bypassing security like you want to do and using the info in court would not stand in court you should speak to your solicitor

Jagga 12-25-2009 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by isaiahsmommy42608 (Post 1534717)
first time i use this site but recently i found out my husband was doing wrong he has a password on the phone and i want to get past that but cant because all i read is put in the password wrong but u lose all the personal data i cant afford to lose that because i need to use that against him in court. someone please help me
:-(

How do you know what you're looking for is in the BlackBerry?? Search for *.ipd files on the PC (if you have admin rights) and see if the last sync'd date of the "ipd" file is the most recent and you could forward that to your own email address (web-based) for safe keeping. This last sync'd or few sync'd files may contain what you're after IF what you're after is on the device.

If you're looking for cheating evidence on the Blackberry (just a guess) you should really have another way to find what you're after as a backup plan.

pinhead 12-25-2009 04:51 PM

....And this is a great example of why you should use the security password on your BlackBerry.

dc/dc 12-25-2009 04:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pinhead (Post 1534948)
....And this is a great example of why you should use the security password on your BlackBerry.

To help with lying and cheating?

fonejunkie 12-25-2009 11:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dc/dc (Post 1534951)
To help with lying and cheating?

To protect your privacy.

dc/dc 12-26-2009 12:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by fonejunkie (Post 1535091)
To protect your privacy.

My privacy is protected. This thread is about attempting to break into another person's device for the purpose of illegally gathering intelligence.

pepperpk 12-26-2009 01:52 AM

Nah, not possible .

fonejunkie 12-26-2009 10:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dc/dc (Post 1535103)
My privacy is protected. This thread is about attempting to break into another person's device for the purpose of illegally gathering intelligence.

My post was in response to:

Quote:

....And this is a great example of why you should use the security password on your BlackBerry.
I use the password protection to protect MY privacy. Not to break into anything.

tsac 12-26-2009 01:34 PM

Boy, a lot of suggestions but none have asked if the BB was on a BES. If it was it would be simple for a lawyer to request with a court order a complete listing of everything the BB was sent, transmitted and all itxxx8217;s calls in and out. My company tracks everything and has used the info to discipline employees who have strayed from business only rules.

Dubdub 12-26-2009 06:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tsac (Post 1535331)
Boy, a lot of suggestions but none have asked if the BB was on a BES. If it was it would be simple for a lawyer to request with a court order a complete listing of everything the BB was sent, transmitted and all itís calls in and out. My company tracks everything and has used the info to discipline employees who have strayed from business only rules.

My guess is that the OP would not have a clue.

ifonline 12-27-2009 06:59 AM

A court order can be obtained regardless of the device being on BES, and I suggested a court order several days ago... my suggestion went ignored.


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