Originally Posted by mikeyp
Hi there. I have an 8700 on T-Mobile in the UK, and the idjuts at T-Mobile have decided to lock the browser home page to their stupid t-zones web site.
I want the browser home page set to a web page of my choice - i.e my company home page. I don't want to fanny about with multiple key clicks & scrolling as T-Mobile tech support suggested as a credible solution.
My company also wants to get 5 more 8700 devices, but we arent big enough to warrant a BES Server. If T-Mobile insist on locking the home page, then we'll find an operator that doesn't.
I want to unlock / hack this setting. Anybody got any ideas?
That is set via IT Policy, and although you could reset it, it will just come back as soon as you set up your email.
If you go to a BES setup, you'll get another browser which goes through your BES' network. That browser's home page shouldn't be locked.
You can set up a BES server to service up to 12 or 15 devices for free using BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express. You need to register each PIN that will connect to the server to get a CAL for it. Go to: https://www.blackberry.com/express/?cp=ILC-BB1
Your only option is to complain to T-Mobile!