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Old 06-21-2011, 08:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My company recently moved on to google apps and iphone/ipad instead of blackberry and BES.

They let us keep our old blackberries. So now i have a BB 8310 but its USB port is damaged. It still has the old security policy on it.

I have put my iphone SIM in it and got the voice and data part working on the BB. Is there any way to remove the security policy that does not involve BES or USB port ? The damn bluetooth sync is also disabled by the security policy.

The idea is to sell it on ebay or craigslist. But i have to get rid of the security policy so that i can enable bluetooth sync otherwise it is no good to anyone.
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It's a paperweight. (and an old one at that) Sell it on eBay and explain its condition.
Maybe someone will want it for parts.
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it works perfectly fine and i have kept it in great condition physically ...i'd hate to dump it

Note to everybody - Never ever force a usb cable into a usb port...mine was slightly crooked and i ended up ruining a perfectly good and functioning device ..sigh ...

so ...penguin ...are you sure ? There is nothing that can be done to revive it ? Can i download some program on it to remove the sec. policy ? Something like jl_cmder that can be downloaded to the device itself ?

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it works perfectly fine and i have kept it in great condition physically ...i'd hate to dump it

Note to everybody - Never ever force a usb cable into a usb port...mine was slightly crooked and i ended up ruining a perfectly good and functioning device ..sigh ...

so ...penguin ...are you sure ? There is nothing that can be done to revive it ? Can i download some program on it to remove the sec. policy ? Something like jl_cmder that can be downloaded to the device itself ?
If the USB port is broken it's certainly does not "work perfectly" and it's not in great condition. Unless you're saying it's in great cosmetic condition. In that case it has value as a parts device only, but it's useless as a BlackBerry.
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