Did you try a newer OS?
thanks cp6169 and everyone else for the effort. i guess i'll just have to have a "secure" device
of course, if anybody else has any other suggestions, please let me know.
Bes and security policy disable the option to remove the password. Reinstal desktop manager making sure to select bis and not bes. Then reinstal the handheld sw. This will fix it. Don't forget to back up the device before you start.
thanks for the response whensmett. man, that sounds a bit painful. no pain to gain, though, right?
i don't suppose you have a link to an explanation of the process you describe?
Here is a link about wiping the OS:
Installing a new OS:
Desktop manager 4.1:
thanks melissaox! why am i not surprised that you know exactly where to guide me? i've got to say, i'm a big fan of the pinstack forums--you folks have an amazing depth and breadth of knowledge and aren't stingy about sharing it like at other places i've visited...
i'll have to wait until monday to try to start working on this fix, however, since i don't have any windows machines at home. thanks again and wish me luck!
zyzgy, did it work for you? What was the result? Curious, I am in the same situation.
9000 Bold / v188.8.131.527 / at&t
i also have same problem
my IT Policy is Default... is there any solution?? i have already wiped my device but its still the same..... my device 8700g any solution??
ysh, are you on a BES? if not you will need to remove all the restrictions by installing a blank IT Policy. Check out this thread, Blackberry unlock and IT Policy Help. But do this only if you are not on a BES.
Hope this helps
find in google policy.bin find gsmliberty and use it
Hmmm content protection is disabled, and there are no IT policies installed on the device! and still the device asks for a password, and is not allowing you to bypass the password. Well there is an article at CrackBerry forum that suggests what further can be done. Never had a chance to test it, myself but if you happen to do so. Please let me know if that works http://forums.crackberry.com/f3/remo...lackberry-569/
To remove the IT policy off the BlackBerry smartphone, you must perform a reset to factory defaults. Go to the BlackBerry website and search for KB18998 and follow the steps.