1. Queen4111's Avatar
    Hello, everyone and Happy New Year!

    Could someone please help me?
    Yes, I used the search button, but was unsuccessful at obtaining the correct answer. Your help will be most appreciated.
    Thank you.

    My scenario:

    I upgraded from a 7105t to a 8320. After I switched my SIM card from the old BB to the new BB, my BB 8320 asked if I wanted to keep the old PIN from my BB 7105t.

    Not knowing what to do, I accepted the NEW PIN number for the 8320.

    I'm planning on upgrading to the 8900, and I'm pretty sure that it will ask if I want to keep the same PIN number or accept the new PIN.

    So what I'm asking, do I keep the same PIN number or accept the new PIN number in the newer BB?

    What's the Pro's and Con's?
    01-02-09 09:01 AM
  2. Sith_Apprentice's Avatar
    the BlackBerry PIN is unique to each device, you cannot keep it when moving from one device to the next. Were you logged into the website or into Desktop Manager (connected to a corporate network) when you saw this message?
    01-02-09 09:03 AM
  3. Queen4111's Avatar
    No, I get this message when I take out my SIM card from the 7105t to place it in the 8320.
    01-02-09 09:59 AM
  4. tfp's Avatar
    Have you tried putting the card back into the 7105t from the 8320? And if so, does it give you this msg?

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    01-03-09 01:21 PM
  5. Sith_Apprentice's Avatar
    Did you set a SIM pin number?
    01-03-09 01:22 PM
  6. brad75204's Avatar
    Mine does the same thing when i switch from one berry to another. it asks something about "would you like to notify contacts of your new pin number?" if i say yes, it automatically changes my pin that is associated to me on others lists. in other words, it notifies their lists that i have a new pin and associates it to my name.
    01-03-09 10:57 PM
  7. Sith_Apprentice's Avatar
    that only has to do with BlackBerry Messenger, the PIN of the device isnt changed.
    01-03-09 10:58 PM