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Old 07-02-2008, 02:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im in the uk just so you know

No then i have been trying to do this enterprise activation to register my email i have tried but instead it just takes extremely long and accomplishes nothing any body got any help

alsp i kinda tried to do something like get the internet up and ruinnig on the phone and it reset sumthin and now i have no service book entry i would like to knwo what to do to get this back :D
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im from the U.S. just so you know, sorry had to say it, and i have no clue how to help...sorry
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Old 07-03-2008, 10:59 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Call your provider and have them resend the service books is one way to get your service books.

Work with you company IT people on the Enterprise Activation - on mine I just registered it with my desktop and set up the IT policy and the rest was done over the air with my corp IT servers.
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Im in the uk just so you know

No then i have been trying to do this enterprise activation to register my email i have tried but instead it just takes extremely long and accomplishes nothing any body got any help

alsp i kinda tried to do something like get the internet up and ruinnig on the phone and it reset sumthin and now i have no service book entry i would like to knwo what to do to get this back :D

You won't be able to successfully perform an enterprise activation (which occurs on your company's end and not the cell phone provider's) until you are successful in getting a data connection.

I am assuming that you have a data plan added to your phone plan through you carrier. If that's the case AND YOU DO NOT SEE 1XEV (in caps), and only see, for example, 1x. You may need to contact your provider first. Furthermore, you need to make sure that your phone plan has the BES (Blackberry Enterprise Server/Service) added and NOT BIS (Blackberry Internet Service).

I would first try to go to OPTIONS > ADVANCED OPTIONS > HOST ROUTING TABLE > PRESS THE SCROLL WHEEL (IF YOU HAVE ONE, OR THE BLACKBERRY MENU BUTTON ON NEWER PHONES) > AND SELECT "REGISTER NOW". If it does not change to 1XEV right away, i would reboot the phone by pulling the battery and putting it back in. Once 1XEV is achieved, you can then begin the Enterprise Activation process through your company's BES server.

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The OP's profile has an 8700f listed, and is with Orange - which is a GSM carrier.

1XEV would not apply, no?
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The OP's profile has an 8700f listed, and is with Orange - which is a GSM carrier.

1XEV would not apply, no?
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