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Old 07-13-2010, 05:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anybody tell me, how to set device password programatically?

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programatically- no dictionary results
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is that like automagically?
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Automatic password locking is already built into the BlackBerry OS. Once you set a password you can have the device lock itself after an amount of time you specify.

Options > Password, then set Security Timeout as you desire as well as other security options you'll see listed. No need for a separate program to handle this.
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Thanks for the reply.
But I want to set the password programatically after certain event is happened in the device. Can we do this?



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Automatic password locking is already built into the BlackBerry OS. Once you set a password you can have the device lock itself after an amount of time you specify.

Options > Password, then set Security Timeout as you desire as well as other security options you'll see listed. No need for a separate program to handle this.
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