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Old 05-14-2006, 12:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have no idea how to use it, can one of you helpfull mods fill me in or anyone else for that matter
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Have you already got it set up with a password, or are you wondering how to start using it?
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No I have not established a pass yet, can you help
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Yeah, just set a password you can easily remember, then confirm the password. Once you've done that, you can enter logins and passwords, credit card numbers, etc... The private info will be contained under the single password you set for Password Keeper. Think of it as a little electronic safe on your BlackBerry to store sensitive information.
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I am at attempt 8 of 10. Is there a defaut pass set for this feature when I get it?
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Did you get it second-hand, or maybe set it up in the past and you forgot the password? I'm not sure what will happen if you enter the wrong password 10 times on Password Keeper... As far as I remember there is NO default password for the keeper... it's something you have to set up.
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry7130e/4.1.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/105)

Yeah, just set a password you can easily remember, then confirm the password. Once you've done that, you can enter logins and passwords, credit card numbers, etc... The private info will be contained under the single password you set for Password Keeper. Think of it as a little electronic safe on your BlackBerry to store sensitive information.


But will it enter the passwords into the sites I visit for me? Or is it a place that I can put my passwords and logins so I don't forget?
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry7130e/4.1.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/105)

It's a place where you manually enter passwords and such... It is not a place where bookmarks for the browser are automatically stored.
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It's a place where you manually enter passwords and such... It is not a place where bookmarks for the browser are automatically stored.


That did not really answer my question...

So it's simply a place to keep your password and login info, in the event that you forget it? It adds no additional functions, such as logging into a site for you?
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Correct.
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry7130e/4.1.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/105)

All it does is provide you a kind of hidden notepad to store passwords, credit card numbers, whatever you want. That's ALL it does and it has no further applications.
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All it does is provide you a kind of hidden notepad to store passwords, credit card numbers, whatever you want. That's ALL it does and it has no further applications.


Great..thanks...I might as well start using it as I have so much crap to remember..
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I use it extensively... Great for securely storing those ever-changing passwords or phone numbers you don't want in your address book. ;)
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I use it extensively... Great for securely storing those ever-changing passwords or phone numbers you don't want in your address book. ;)

Oh yeah..THE phone number..I have it, but it's a code name...
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I dont remember setting any pass words for this function. It was a new phone.
How do I reset it there is noting stored in it from me?? I would like to use it for bank info
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Check your user manual, or you may have to call tech support with your service provider.
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A new phone comes with a blank password, if you are at attemp 8 out of 10 it means that somehow a password was set which is hard since not only do you have to enter it but it asks for confirmation. If you get it wrong ten times it will wipe anything that it is stored there right now, what I do not know(tough I dont believe this but dont quote me, and I am sure someone will step in after me that knows to confirm or deny this part) is if it also wipes all of your whole Blackberry, so at the very least I would make sure you have a full backup to restore from before you proceed. I also believe once it clears itself it will allow you to reset it again from scratch asking you to set a password for usage.
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It gets worse and here's why

1) Do an OS wipe and restore (OS only, no data)
2) Enterprise activate the device
3) Open the Password keeper
4) Do you remember the previoius password(s) you had before the current one?

You had better, or it's curtains for you....you can't get into the Password Keeper until you enter the previous pasword(s). The only way around this is to restore from a backup and then you will be able to delete the previous passwords (even if you don't know them) until it finally asks you for the current password...if you had changed your password say, 7 times...you have to go through the process of deleting them one by one, till you get to the current one. Bell has been unable to help me with this, and RIM as well...idiots. Done this lke 50 times...still not found a better or proper solution...
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Steve, so your saying im SOL
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