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Old 02-01-2013, 09:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I've just bought a 9790 from a friend of my father but i have a problem with it. It seems that there is a policy that does not allow me to do many things like install new application, remove the encryption password, start on the wi-fi! I tried many things like re install the OS(removing the vendor.xml files) , upgrage to the newest version of the OS (7.1.0.714 (2039) ), do a wiping... but all these things did not resolve my problem.

Does anyone have any suggestion?

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