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    Question IT Policy

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    hey all,

    has any one figured out an easy way to remove the IT policy?

    i am aware of doing it the long way - ie - installing the policy.bin and resetting the bb.

    is there a way to skip the BB reset and just remove the policy easily.

    thanks alot

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    What OS version?
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    4.5

    Tnx

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    4.5

    Tnx

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    4.5

    Tnx

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    3 of the same posts?.. Let the page load ..
    First off, ..what Company would be running a Beta OS? ..
    Second, You can get JD Comm and There is a way to Remove Policy that way.

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    I would use the resettofactory option in the jl-cmdr program. That can wipe an IT policy on a 4.5 device, but be careful...if you sync it back to the same pc you were using before the policy removal it will come back.

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    ya sorry guys,

    i reloaded too many times on the BB... lol

    as for the J Cmdr... it will also wipe all of my stuff as well... will it wipe the OS and the 3rd party programs?

    if so, isnt the long way a better way?

    thanks

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    Well you can Tell J what you want it to do.
    I Still dont understand what company would run 4.5

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    Quote Originally Posted by TorturedNacho View Post
    Well you can Tell J what you want it to do.
    I Still dont understand what company would run 4.5
    os 4.5 on the BB?

    whats wrong with that?

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    4.5 is still in beta with all but 2 providers .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCookSta View Post
    I would use the resettofactory option in the jl-cmdr program. That can wipe an IT policy on a 4.5 device, but be careful...if you sync it back to the same pc you were using before the policy removal it will come back.

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    Will that only work on 4.5, or will it also work on any previous OSs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Stone View Post
    Will that only work on 4.5, or will it also work on any previous OSs?
    4.3 OS or higher

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