1. BijnaNotHuman's Avatar
    Heya everyone,

    Is there a way I can secure all my files? I know on the 9900 you could get both memory's coded, and you couldn't open them on a PC or anything.
    Is this function available on the BlackBerry Passport?

    Cheers!

    "Got here with my Diplomatic Passport"
    10-22-15 10:37 AM
  2. pboud_01's Avatar
    Settings -> security and privacy -> encryption I think is what you are looking for


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    10-22-15 12:34 PM
  3. BijnaNotHuman's Avatar
    Settings -> security and privacy -> encryption I think is what you are looking for


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    I think it is! How does this work? Now no one can acces my files without having this phone?


    "Got here with my Diplomatic Passport"
    10-22-15 06:06 PM
  4. Jose Casiano's Avatar
    I think it is! How does this work? Now no one can acces my files without having this phone?


    "Got here with my Diplomatic Passport"
    As long as they don't have your device password they cannot access your files. They will obviously need your physical device. If you are on wifi they won't be able to see your files either. They won't be able to remove the SD card and use it on a computer things like that it's encrypted


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    10-22-15 06:09 PM
  5. nward2010's Avatar
    Just make sure to decrypt BEFORE u wipe your device or use an autoloader to update your OS. Otherwise you won't be able to access your pictures.

    RED  Q5 SQR100-2/10.3.2.2789 on Telus
    10-22-15 06:42 PM
  6. BijnaNotHuman's Avatar
    Just make sure to decrypt BEFORE u wipe your device or use an autoloader to update your OS. Otherwise you won't be able to access your pictures.

    RED  Q5 SQR100-2/10.3.2.2789 on Telus
    What you mean autoloader?

    "Got here with my Diplomatic Passport"
    10-22-15 07:37 PM
  7. pboud_01's Avatar
    An autoloader is an executable package used to update your phone's operating system. It's usually associated with pre-release leaks.

    P.

    Sent by my fantabulous BlackBerry Passport - qui prius respondit quam audiat stultum se esse demonstrat et confusione dignum
    10-22-15 10:03 PM

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