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Old 06-02-2007, 05:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do u do soft and hard resets for 8830?
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One way is to remove the battery.

You can also go ALT-Righ Shift-DEL.
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u could use the search feature or...

Soft reset (not destructive) is done by either popping the battery out, or by pressing the ALT/CAP/DEL keys on the kayboard.

Hard reset (destructive) are done one of two ways:

- Options / Security / General - click the menu key and select Wipe Handheld. This will only erase customer data and NOT programs or the OS

- Search for and use JL_CMDER; it contains a program called Javaloader which can completely wipe out a BB; data, apps and the OS.
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Does hard reset take it back to when it was new from the store?
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You need to wipe it out using JL_CMDER and then re-install the handheld OS. Please check out Main Page - BlackBerryFAQ for details.
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