Question about RIM BlackBerry 7100v Smartphone
Can you help, i bought a blackberry 7100v from e-bay, it asks for an unlock code, how do i get round thi, as i do not want to enter a password every time i use my blackberry
Need to remove the itpolicy with the desktop manager!
Method 2: Placing Blank IT Policy on the Device (OS 4.2 and earlier devices) WARNING! Follow these instructions only if you know what you are doing. These instructions can actually downgrade certain BlackBerrys' abilities (i.e. permanent loss of support for Bluetooth keyboards) if your BlackBerry actually does not already have an IT policy installed. These instructions are meant as a last resort to regain BlackBerry capabilities, in the event your BlackBerry is encumbered by a restrictive leftover IT policy after removal from a BES (i.e. eBay purchased BlackBerry).
Steps to Method 2 removing IT Policy. This procedure should ONLY be used on devices that cannot be upgraded to OS 4.3 or higher. If you have an 8xxx device then use the method described above. If you have an older 7xxx device or have OS 4.2 on the device then continue with the following instructions. This is a How-To for removing IT policy from your BB. In essence, what this does is apply a blank IT policy to the device. The blank IT policy does, unfortunately, leave some IT policy firewalls in place, however. For instance "keystroke injection" is set by default to "deny" on most IT policies. This blank policy won't give back "allow" for this feature. This becomes a problem if you desire to use a Bluetooth keyboard. You'll be unable to use the keyboard. If a way is found to get this back then I'll edit this post accordingly. A quick check to see if your BB is under IT policy can be done by going to Options/Security on your Device. If you see any references to IT Policy whatsoever, then you have a potentially restrictive IT Policy that can be removed.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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