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There are two scenarios whereby a BlackBerry smartphone user is unable to log into BlackBerry World with the BlackBerry ID when the SIM card has been removed from the smartphone.
If the SIM card is removed from a smartphone where a BlackBerry ID has not been previously set up, then the option to skip the login to BlackBerry ID will be available.
If the SIM card is removed from a smartphone where a BlackBerry ID has already been set up, then the option to skip the login to BlackBerry ID will not be available. The BlackBerry smartphone user will be required to log in with the last known BlackBerry ID credentials.
If the BlackBerry ID password has been forgotten but the answer to the password recovery question is known, select Forgot Password on the smartphone and answer the recovery question to generate a password reset email.
If the BlackBerry smartphone user knows the email address used for the BlackBerry ID login but is unable to remember the associated password then it is possible to reset the password using the steps below:
Note:If the BlackBerry ID account is not confirmed, it is necessary to provide the answer to the password recovery question as part of the web based password reset flow.
To see if a BlackBerry ID account is confirmed, log in to the BlackBerry ID account, select Account Details and locate the Email Status field.
I guess you want to keep the same email id for your log in.
When you signed up for the blackberry world, they would have sent you have email. Find that email in your inbox and look through it to find a link that allows you to delete the previous bb world account that you created using that email. After that it done, you can sign up for a new account with the same email :) Good luck
Hi there. Your Blackberry id is the email address you would have used to create the account. Try resetting your password using your Blackberry id (email) on www.Blackberry.com If you can not remember your email then contact Blackberry support.
Go to the website and do a password reset. Your security question will appear. Answer it and get your password.
If you can't remb the answer, go to your inbox and look for the email you got when you signed up for bb world. There is a link to delete the account but retain the user id which is your email. Once you have deleted the account. Create a new one using the existing email.
From the BlackBerry ID login screen on the smartphone select Forgot Password.
Enter the BlackBerry ID Username and select OK.
Enter the answer to the password recovery question and select OK.
A confirmation will display Your BlackBerry ID Password Recovery email has been sent firstname.lastname@example.org or Instructions for resetting your password have been sent to your email address.
Access the associated mailbox, locate the password reset email, and select the Change your BlackBerry ID password link. Note: The BlackBerry ID reset email will come from email@example.com. If the email is not found in the email account inbox, check the Spam or Junk folder
When the password reset page loads, enter the New Password, Confirm Password, then clickSubmit.
A confirmation message will display once the changes have been saved successfully.
Moving forward use the newly created password whenever logging into the BlackBerry ID.
The battery may be a little loose in its setting. Turn the phone off and remove the back cover. Take the battery out and reinstall it, making sure it sits snugly and it can't wiggle around at all. (While you have it out, blow some compressed air onto the contacts if you have any.)
The phone will go through its initialization when you turn it back on, but after that if it still does the same thing, see if it does it when you're connected to AC power (through the battery charger). If it doesn't happen when the battery is charging, you probably just have a bad battery.
You need to reflash the OS on the phone you should take the
battery out first then connect it via the usb cable to the laptop/pc
you are using then open the blackberry desktop manager,click on the
apploader, then install the OS.
pls not that when u click on the apploader the pin should be
PIN:UNKNOWN you make need to do this like 4x before the pc sees the
pin:unknown but it will work once it see the pin:unknown you can
re-insert the battery and continue with reflashing the phone
but if you do not create a backup of your stuff you will lose all information.
Check wheather your able to send emails.If not you need to validate you email id please contact your operator (customer service). They forward you few settings to your mobile.I hope you will be able to receive mails once you do this.