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Old 08-26-2004, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

I have a black Berry 957 and would like to erase everything on it so I can do a fresh install anyone know if this is possiable?
If so could somone please post it
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Couple of options:

1. Set a password for the device and enter it incorrecty 10 times that will wipe the device clean.

2. Download the Java loader app from the Blackberry site, this will also enable you to clear the device and do a fresh install

3. Open the desktop manager click back up restore then advanced and you can clear items that way.
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Originally Posted by finch
Couple of options:

1. Set a password for the device and enter it incorrecty 10 times that will wipe the device clean.

2. Download the Java loader app from the Blackberry site, this will also enable you to clear the device and do a fresh install

3. Open the desktop manager click back up restore then advanced and you can clear items that way.
Except that the 957 isn't a Java device, so the Javaloader will be useless on it.

If I am not mistaken there is a programmer tool out there that lets you wipe these older devices.
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Forgot about that, been a while since I've used a c++ device.
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Hello everyone
Just wanted to know, I bought a new black berry it's a 7780 from rogers and would like to earse everything or I guess format the system if I reinstall the black berry software and send my service books again that should do the trick right?
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