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  1. Shippouk's Avatar
    CrackBerry User

    23 Posts


    Quote Originally Posted by JeffH View Post
    1. If you are an ordinary BIS user, perform a security wipe: Options / Security Options / General Settings / Menu / Wipe Handheld.
    I am trying to completely wipe at 8520, but after
    Options / Security Options

    The menu "General Settings" does not exist
    I have options to selecte
    Advanced Security Options
    Security Wipe

    But security wipe DOES NOT wipe EVERYTHING off the phone. In fact even though I ticked to wipe
    Email, Contact etc
    User Installed Apps,
    it still kept my email address details and some of the apps.

    Can anyone advise exactly what needs to be done on
    8520 Curve?

    Completely new to Blackberry OS.

    Blackberry 8520 Curve
    Orange UK Phone, unblocked to
    O2 Network - UK - Using Blackberry Tariff via O2 Simplicity.
  2. david barford's Avatar
    CrackBerry Newbie

    1 Posts


    hi i have a blackberry 9790 and i had a icon come up on my phone say soft ware up date so i clicked on to do it and it got up to 14% and i dont move and i cant use my phone at all iv tryd to reset my phone throw my laptop but i cant get my phone to connect to my laptop at all iv tryd to take out the battery and that didnt work at all i also cant get anythink up on my phone so i cant get in to my phone setting to reset my phone that way dose anyone no any other way to salt out my phone
  3. andrewmbewe's Avatar
    CrackBerry Newbie

    1 Posts


    i want to flash error 523 on my black berry
  4. mararosexo's Avatar
    CrackBerry Newbie

    4 Posts


    some of my default apps were deleted last time i did this, so if i do it again is it just going to delete even more? i did it twice before and it deleted word mole and sodoku and memo pad
  5. K Pradeep Reddy's Avatar
    CrackBerry Newbie

    1 Posts


    Am unable to find the option wipe handheld. . is der any other way to hard reset my phone?
  6. jeffh's Avatar
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    BlackBerry often moves menus around in different versions. Wipe will be somewhere in the Security settings.
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