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You may try default phone and security code to remove restrictions. ur defalt phones codes is 12345 or 00000 u can use it Default 4 Digit user code: 1234 or 0000 Default 6 Digit Security code: 123456 or 000000 Type *#06# at the mobile screen to know IMEI no of your mobile. send the IMEI no to me and i will reply you with unlocking code. OR: Type password Ten times incorrectly ..this will wipe off all the data and will restart your blackberry and when it is restarted you will be able to enter a new password and in Case if you donot want to Wipe the data and still you want to reset it..if you are on the main screen of your blackberry Settings--options--security settings or security options and than press on track ball or wheel and from the menu choose reset Password..
This is directly from RIM:
As a security feature, the BlackBerry device is designed to allow a maximum of 10 attempts by the BlackBerry device user to type the correct password. After the tenth attempt, if the correct password has not been typed, all data is erased from the BlackBerry device in order to discourage its theft or misuse.
If you are certain that the password you are typing into the BlackBerry device is correct, please complete the following steps.
1. Deliberately type in an incorrect password five times on your BlackBerry device.
Before the BlackBerry device allows a further attempt, you will be prompted to type the word blackberry in plain text.
2. Instead of asterisks, the text you have been entering for the password will now show in plain text. Check to verify that it is correct.
3. If the password is still being rejected by your BlackBerry device as incorrect, connect the BlackBerry device to a computer that has BlackBerry Desktop Manager installed.
A prompt will appear in Desktop Manager to type the password for the BlackBerry device. Type in your password to rule out missed key strokes, incorrect symbols, or a problem with the BlackBerry device.
4. If the password you have given is still rejected, and your BlackBerry device is on a BlackBerry Enterprise Server that has software version 4.0 or greater, contact your BlackBerry Enterprise Server Administrator and request that your password be reset for you.
type code *#7780# on the display screen message appear restart your phone original settings then ask for code default code is 12345 .your phone restarted and all data on your phone erase second method first of ur cell phone then press on button answer key or red button then 3 then * press these buttons at once for few seconds and then leave it and ur phone start formatting
I assume you mean the phone is asking for a network code or password before the Start Menu is available, ie, phone can be used.
If this is so and it is asking for a network code, then you need a SIM card that matches the carrier the phone was designed for. If it is ATT/Cingular, you can buy a SIM card from the new ATT/Cingular network for $6. It is a pay-as-you-GO phone SIM, but once you have it, you can call ATT to as for a number xfer as well as a standard monthly contract using this SIM.
If it is from the old Blue ATT network, then it cannot be used on ANY carrier unless it is unlocked for use on ALL carriers. This would be noted witht the docs that came with the camera. If nothing says ATT/Cingular, and especially if someithing says ATT without Cingular, then it is probably an old Blue ATT phone. You can buy a BLUE SIM off ebay which will get you to the point of being able to use the phones functions, but it will not work to make calls until you unlock it and replace the BLUE SIM with another current carriers SIM. Sprint will not work either because it is not a GSM ATT type network. Cingular and T-Mobile yes.
Google phones model number and UNLOCK and you will find a way to do it yourself at no charge if you have an XP or earlier PC with a USB port. Vista OS cannot be used to do it with the downloaded unlock software. It is also very hard to find anyone that can do it selling Unlock Codes based on phones IEMI code.
If it is not a network lock message, then it may be the last users personal lock password. In this case, you can hard reset the phone by holding down both right and left softkeys while powering on the phone.
After typing an incorrect password ten times and restarting the BlackBerry smartphone, the following error appears: JVM error 513
All of the data and applications on the BlackBerry smartphone have been deleted.
Re-install BlackBerry® Device Software on the BlackBerry smartphone and restore the data from a backup file (if available).
I think all you can do it reset the device to disable the password completely. If you enter the password ten times incorrectly it will ask if you want to do a complete reset.
THIS WILL DELETE ALL YOUR PERSONAL DATA.
If you can, back up your device using the Blackberry Desktop Manager application before doing a reset. Then you can re-load all your personal data after the reset, instead of having to type it all in again.
there is no way you can reterive your password...you need to hard rest your pda usnig camara+recording button+power button and reset it with stylus....but you will loose your data stored on phone.....bet data on storage card will be saved........
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