Originally Posted by Abu Abdullah
I think you got a misunderstanding. There are a lot of Pakistani peoples working in UAE and KSA. When they poeple come to Pakistan they sold there mobile sets in open market. I purchased this set legally from mobile shop. Now a days there are a lot of blackberry and other PDAs available here. I dont think RIM doesnt allow to resell the handhelds, is there any restriction like this??
for the key store, I think my question is not clear.
There is an application on the desktop named Password Keeper, I set the password easily for it. But there is another feature called key stores in options>security, what is this in actual and why desktop manager asked for it password when its sinchronizing?
Ok, but you mentioned the "genuine owner' which would indicate you are not the genuine owner and are possibly in possession of a stolen device. I know how phones are bought and sold in the Middle East because I've lived there, and even though you paid for the phone, it may have been stolen.
Anyway, I understood the question perfectly about the keystore. The key store has to do with identity certificates on the device, not the Password Keeper. The DM asks for this password because there are certificates on the device that need to be synchronized. The way to remove this password is to wipe the device, and re-install DM without the certificate synchronization feature.