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Old 04-23-2005, 10:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I do a hard reset or 'nuke' as it is called on my 5820 to remove the passwords and the IT Policy.

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Removing an IT Policy is not easy. There are already several threads in this forum about it. Search for a copy of Javaloader and see if that will do what you want.
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Thanks for a Prompt reply

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You could also do it this way.
Enable your password on your BB.
Enter the password wrongly 10 times.
On the 11th time, the handheld would be wiped of the data stored.
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