- 01-09-13, 11:09 PM #2
Yes, they both accomplish the same thing. Keep in mind, without a backup, you'll lose every personal item. Both settings and information. Since you'll have Desktop open anyway, use the reset option found when hitting the ? in the right top corner, then restore selectively from the backup made prior when done.
- 01-10-13, 01:02 AM #3
Factory Reset on BBSAK vs. Options>Security>Security Wipe
Only the factory reset will remove an IT Policy... a Security Wipe will not.
I don't believe you have any IT Policies to remove though. The reason you are only seeing BES email setup is because you don't have a data plan.
- 01-10-13, 01:29 AM #4
To check whether you have an IT Policy enabled, try this...
Options > Device > Device and Status Information > type BUYR and scroll down to the bottom
If you see IT Policy: disabled, then you don't have one.
- 08-16-13, 03:39 AM #6
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