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Old 02-01-2006, 12:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The 7100T I'm trying to fix have the hourglass problem so I decided to use javaloader and wipe it. But when ever I do that it ask for passwords (10x). I always thought the passwords was 1234 but it's not. It also connects to BB Desktop Manager but still ask for password so can't really upgrade OS.

Anyway I can bypass or delete the passwords.?
I've been searching all night and morning but still no luck. Please help. thanks
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Sounds like you password protected your BlackBerry. It is wanting you to enter it before continuing. Do you not know your own password. Is this your BlackBerry?
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When I bought this blackberry, they person said it was 1234 (default)...But now it won't work with 1234. (confused)
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Contact the person you purchased it from and re-verify the password. Otherwise you bought a paper weight.
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When I bought this blackberry, they person said it was 1234 (default)...But now it won't work with 1234. (confused)
Just had a brainstorm! When you enter the password try 'etud' as the password. That is the what would be typed if you pressed '1234' but never used the ALT key.
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Can you wipe it? If so that should get you going again.
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I tried to wipe it also, but javaloader still ask for password. I bought this awhile back so there's no way I can find that guy's info. Oh well, I'm gonna call RIM tommorow.
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RIM is not going to help you. For all they know, its a stolen BlackBerry. See message #4 again.
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