Originally Posted by Hartwa
Hoping someone can help.. I have a BB Bold from my company and there is an IT policy on it that will not allow apps. I found stuff on how to wipe and remove it but the problem is that when I do that I need my IT set up my company email again.
My manager told me that he did something to his before he had them set up his email service so that he could still download and use apps. I gather that this is something on the BB that ignores the IT policy but IT is not aware of it. Does this make sense? He does not have the files anymore...
I have a new BB that they are going to swap out... if the above does not make sense to anyone, is there away to take my new BB and load all the apps I want (now) so that they will work once I give it to IT to set up my work email?
Note: the new BB bold was sent to me and I have made a backup of my old one.. I set everything up except the work email. It is when IT sets that up that the policy is added.
I appreciate any help...
Actually there is an option on the BES to enable a single user to install software, that answer the question for 'how did my boss did it' but it also answer your question that, Yes it is possible to install apps BUT your IT department have to allow you to do it.
So, my suggestion is, send an email to your boss asking him the permission like he did to be able to install apps.
He is probably not aware of how it got done, but if he mention it to you IT department, they probably just 'enable' his BB.