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    Content Protection?? What Good is it?

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    [FONT=Verdana]Not sure if I understand the whole content protection feature. I have the password feature on, and if my blackberry is stolen, then the thief has 10 attempts to get the password right before the data is erased. If the "content protection" encryption is turned on then it encrypts the data but still thief would need the password to access the data, so what's the point in having the "content protection" feature turned on??...seems like an unnecessary step.[/FONT]
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    Re: Content Protection?? What Good is it?

    It's just made to really irritate you by not allowing #'s to come through on caller ID and protecting emails you are really needing to get to right away.

    Honestly, I don't know and I don't use it...It's just a PITA to me.

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    Re: Content Protection?? What Good is it?

    basically if you have dirty pics on your memory card, you can relax knowing thief can't just pop it out and view it using a card reader.

    quite a few embarassing tales have been told of people losing their phones only to have their photos uploaded to a popular phonecam/adult site.

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    Wow! Great but I use search-and-destroy anti-spyware.

    Thanks.

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