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  1. clie610's Avatar
    Numbers of problems happened when installing OS using OTA update or autoloader method due to unclean device prior to install.
    Weve tried to develop script of CFP to secwipe and multi wiped your OS10 device before running your selected OS autoloader for your device.

    Requirement:
    1.Backup procedure (bblink, darcy, sachesi, fire chest backup, etc)
    2.Autoloader you want to install
    3.SIC multiwipe (this application)

    How to use:
    Just install the application to your PC/laptop, connect your device, TURN IT OFF and select the option to wipe our phone. It is recommended to remove device password and to uninstall any applications that can be uninstall in your phone before using this application to shorten the secwipe time.

    It is recommended to run SIC Multiwipe with administrator privilege (click right on the icon and select run as administrator) - Thanks to Divyan for the input.

    Once done, run your autoloader and enjoy your clean installed device.

    Note:

    1. Please make sure to backup all your data especially in your device because SIC Multiwipe WILL DELETE every data and file system in your device.
    2. It is recommended to NOT restore settings and application data. You can use fire chest backup, intouch contacts etc to restore your phone contacts and remember notes.
    3. This application is not applicable for anybody who are trying to do OTA upgrade, only to install OS using autoloader
    4. Please read carefully the readme packaged in the rar file prior to use SIC Multiwipe.
    5. Process time: It will take 3-5 minutes for the nuke a, erase and wipe process (the whole SIC Multiwipe process), and another 10-15 minutes for the OS and Radio loading process.
    6. Please don't mirror the download link - thanks


    Please read the readme carefully before using this tool because the steps has changed to make it more user friendly to be used.

    As usual DWYOR applied and hope you enjoy the result.

    SIC Multiwipe 1.2:
    Multiwipe 1.2-Mediafire

    Multiwipe 1.2-Mega

    SIC Multiwipe 1.3 : SIC Multiwipe 1.3 (Mediafire)

    SIC Mutwipe 1.3 with Choices: SIC_Multiwipe_V1.3_with_Choices_n_CFP57

    CFP 3.10.0.57

    Procedure: extract the files in 1 folder, connect and select your device and let SIC Multiwipe clean your device

    Note: Please replace CFP.exe with the newer available one (3.10.0.57)


    Last edited by clie610; 03-07-15 at 12:25 PM.
    Uzi, chindoberry, iking and 48 others like this.
    02-25-14 04:46 AM
  2. Sator's Avatar
    Welldone Mastah...

    Posted via CB10
    02-25-14 04:53 AM
  3. chindoberry's Avatar
    Xie xie...
    #TeamBlackBerry

    Posted via CB10
    02-25-14 05:06 AM
  4. iking's Avatar
    Good work mastah... keep 'em coming
    02-25-14 06:02 AM
  5. Samikk1's Avatar
    Xie xie...
    #TeamBlackBerry

    Posted via CB10
    What do you mean?

    stl-2 10.2.1.2141 soft 2102 radio 2142
    02-25-14 06:22 AM
  6. deezy87's Avatar
    What do you mean?

    stl-2 10.2.1.2141 soft 2102 radio 2142
    That is for us to know aand you to find out lol

    Kick @$$ job brother, just waiting for iking now and our chef Otto for some madness to happen soon.

    BerryLicious rises!? Hahahahah

    I'll say it for the road, good job mastah *hail*

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    ifraser likes this.
    02-25-14 06:35 AM
  7. deezy87's Avatar
    Good work mastah... keep 'em coming
    You my good friend, need to get busy soon as well should I pre heat the oven?

    Posted via CB10
    02-25-14 06:36 AM
  8. Pete The Penguin's Avatar
    Why use this instead of doing a Security Wipe on your BlackBerry?
    02-25-14 09:18 AM
  9. clie610's Avatar
    Why use this instead of doing a Security Wipe on your BlackBerry?
    security wipe only erase your setting and data files but not erasing the previous OS' files. This tool will do both, erasing setting and data file through secwipe as well as the previous OS so that you have a clean device before installing new OS
    02-25-14 09:29 AM
  10. LengkoBerry's Avatar
    nice i need it
    02-25-14 10:00 AM
  11. denbagusetito's Avatar
    Nice share, thanks a lot...
    02-25-14 10:08 AM
  12. Pete The Penguin's Avatar
    security wipe only erase your setting and data files but not erasing the previous OS' files. This tool will do both, erasing setting and data file through secwipe as well as the previous OS so that you have a clean device before installing new OS
    Funny how BlackBerry UK told me that a security wipe erases everything.
    sheldonbk and pandi06041990 like this.
    02-25-14 10:25 AM
  13. clie610's Avatar
    Funny how BlackBerry UK told me that a security wipe erases everything.
    I think that's not correct, if it does, once you do security wipe after your OS installed, your device won't be able to restart again
    02-25-14 10:29 AM
  14. Sator's Avatar
    Funny how BlackBerry UK told me that a security wipe erases everything.
    Security wipe is the same as factory reset (BBOS), it only erases our data, settings and our 3rd party apps. but not the OS.

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    pandi06041990 likes this.
    02-25-14 10:31 AM
  15. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    Explain to me this
    Why use this program to wipe away your OS (in theory you can't because of the way the filesystem is set up (hd0 and hd1 both have OS).
    You are loading a new OS over the old OS anyways. So just security wipe...
    DetlevCM, homer1475, jpvj and 1 others like this.
    02-25-14 10:38 AM
  16. xsacha's Avatar
    Security wipe is the same as factory reset (BBOS), it only erases our data, settings and our 3rd party apps. but not the OS.
    If you want to wipe absolutely everything including the device password, the only command you need is nuke -a.

    Not sure why this script spams wipe.

    Also not sure what the point is for autoloader.
    02-25-14 10:41 AM
  17. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    If you want to wipe absolutely everything including the device password, the only command you need is nuke -a.

    Not sure why this script spams wipe.

    Also not sure what the point is for autoloader.
    That's the only answer I needed
    Sacha has spoken.
    They spammed wipe because they want to format your device multiple times so it is "more secure"
    But this will also wear out the hard drive faster.
    02-25-14 10:48 AM
  18. thurask's Avatar
    So all this does is run cfp wipe a couple times? I'd think the following would be more useful.

    1. cfp nuke -a
    2. wait a bit
    3. cfp load (OS.signed) (radio.signed)


    Maybe have a filename input for the signed files.

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    02-25-14 10:58 AM
  19. xsacha's Avatar
    So all this does is run cfp wipe a couple times? I'd think the following would be more useful.
    Maybe have a filename input for the signed files.
    It does a plain nuke (no -a), then 5 wipes.
    02-25-14 11:05 AM
  20. thurask's Avatar
    It does a plain nuke (no -a), then 5 wipes.
    There's redundancy, and then there's redundancy.

    I thought two security wipes (if there's a leak out and I have the time) was a little excessive, let alone five plus a nuke.

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    Sean CueTen likes this.
    02-25-14 11:11 AM
  21. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    Hell, I don't even think security wipe is necessary after autoloader, no?
    02-25-14 11:15 AM
  22. clie610's Avatar
    If you want to wipe absolutely everything including the device password, the only command you need is nuke -a.

    Not sure why this script spams wipe.

    Also not sure what the point is for autoloader.
    Hi XSacha, as mentioned, secwipe is only erase setting and user's data and not cleans up the system file using the wipe command in CFP. We're trying to help if possible for anybody who wants to install their OS using autoloader (not using OTA update).

    For the use of CFP commands I would refer to this thread http://forums.crackberry.com/playboo...mmands-738635/

    We've tested this before hand and found that it help us not to face any bugs other than that came from the OSes itself, and wants to share it with everybody.

    We've tried several methods, wipe once, twice, etc times and found that to wipe 5 times gives us best result so far, and have involved numbers of people to try this method before posting this on CB.
    sheldonbk likes this.
    02-25-14 11:26 AM
  23. Grumblegrumble's Avatar
    What do you mean?

    stl-2 10.2.1.2141 soft 2102 radio 2142
    Means thank you in chinese
    02-25-14 11:27 AM
  24. clie610's Avatar
    So all this does is run cfp wipe a couple times? I'd think the following would be more useful.

    1. cfp nuke -a
    2. wait a bit
    3. cfp load (OS.signed) (radio.signed)


    Maybe have a filename input for the signed files.

    Posted via CB10
    Hi Thurask, our objective is to help everybody including ones who are not used to "play" with command prompt, CFP and other manual way to install OSes, by just make the device ready for upgrade/downgrade using autoloader and then run the autoloader after that.

    It will be handy to have one tool that includes both radio and OS signed files but then it will be OS specific and perhaps not everyone of us used to play with extracting autoloader to OS and radio signed files and then using CFP to install it as mentioned above. Thanks for the input though.
    02-25-14 11:35 AM
  25. clie610's Avatar
    There's redundancy, and then there's redundancy.

    I thought two security wipes (if there's a leak out and I have the time) was a little excessive, let alone five plus a nuke.

    Posted via CB10
    Sorry I forgot to multiquote and comment on this comment

    Basically we do 1 secwipe using the nuke command and 5 wipes using wipe command in CFP
    02-25-14 11:38 AM
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