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Lea Kampman Posted on Nov 27, 2006

Can you reset the passcode onSharp OZ-650PC?

My father purcheased this used and was told the personal data was deleted. When we tried to synchronize the date from the computer to teh organize it asked for a passcode. I contacted the seller and he said he never used the synch feature or set a passcode. Is there a default passcode on the organizer or is there a way to reset it without knowing the current one? This model is no longer supported by Sharp so we are on own trying to figure this out. THe manuals do not even mention a passcode but I did find the screen where you change it (but you need the current passcode to remove or change it).

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Just use the menu key and delete secret data..this erases the password and keeps all other data.

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