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Old 09-03-2006, 01:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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how do you master reset everything on the 8700c.

If someone already register with BIS and cingular and sells it (on ebay)
... can you do a reset and does it still work with a new account?


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Wirelessly posted (7130e: BlackBerry7130e/4.1.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/104)

You have to have the previous owner release the account. Once this is done you can then register the 88
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Default how about master reset to clear the data?

how about master reset to clear the data?

is there one i need to do to clear the data?

or all i need is to releaes the account and then cingular take care of the data?
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There are two issues here.

- To wipe the handheld of settings and data, go to Options > Security > Wipe Handheld.

- Cingular can delete the user association with the handheld, but it's not easy. You should have the original owner call Cingular and remove the PIN association.
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I had this same problem and before I wiped my unit and reimported and reinstalled anything I checked my third party apps. I recently installed Countdown Timer, a free app by someone right here on these boards. It's just a simple countdown timer like the name suggests, but if you change the time in the counter from the default 100 seconds (like I imagine everyone does) it uses Multi-tap input by default. Seems it changes the settings for all apps and disables SureType, giving the error message described in this thread. To solve it I opened Countdown Timer and used the scroll wheel to change the setting, selecting "Enable SureType". My 7105t is back to normal and SureType is working perfectly.
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