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There is no chance you can get that picture or doing backup process unless your blackberry curve 8300 unlocked. That's the feature of RIM security system, try to remember your password and if you confident with that password then try to make your blackberry unlocked. Good luck and I hope you succeed.
Backup the data on the card to a computer.
Format the card.
Try on your iPAC.
If still not recognized. the format in a different computer.
Try on your iPAC.
Repeat the process till it is recognized by your phone.
When and if you get fed up of trying, throw the card away as useless/unusable.
If you haven't actually manually changed it, the password is always the
last four digits of your phone number (ex. 1-555-868-2212 your password
is 2212). If you manually changed it, you need to call Verizon and have
that worked out.
Your phone’s four-digit unlock code is originally set to 1234, which you already tried. However, the six-digit security code is originally set to 000000.
At the "Enter Unlock Code" prompt, try tapping the button with three horizontal bars to open the unlock code bypass screen. Enter your security code (which should be 000000 unless you changed it), then tap OK to submit the security code.
Have you tried the default code? By default the code is the last four digits of the phone number assigned to the phone. However if the code was changed there is no way to retrive it other than taking it to a tech and having the firmware reset.