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Old 10-22-2004, 08:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I used to use a 6280 on my corporate email. I switched over to a 6710 for the screen size.

Anyhow, I deleted all the data on the 6280 through the desktop software, but I still have what seems to be my company's security features enabled on the Blackberry. (I.e. password guidelines, etc.)

Any idea how to "Reset" everything or clear the security features so it's back to 100% default condition?

The obvious reset button under the battery door did nothing.

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you would need to completely wipe the handset.
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possibly reload the OS.. or javaloader - wipe.
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So, I would have to go through the desktop software to wipe it clean?

That makes sense.

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The it policy is sent over the air and isn't actually wiped from the device when you use the desktop software.
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But the SIM has been removed from the 6280 and it's currently active in my 6710.
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then wiping it will be fine. as long as you don't connect back up to your BES w/ the same mail profile.
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