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How do I restore my phone
My boyfriend tried to get in my password protected phone and wiped the whole thing by putting the wrong password in too many times..EVERYTHING is gone...is there anyway to get this back or am I just stuck back at square one?
My boyfriend tried to get in my password protected phone and wiped the whole thing by putting the wrong password in too many times..EVERYTHING is gone...is there anyway to get this back or am I just stuck back at square one?
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If you use Desktop Manager, and back up the phone as you should, you can restore everything up to your last backup. If you don't back it up, I'm afraid you're back to square one. Consider it a lesson learned and start backing it up.
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Dec 18, 2008 3:46:43 AM
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Thank your boyfriend for doing the security wipe for you and then start over again.  That is why blackberrys are considered secure devices.
Thank your boyfriend for doing the security wipe for you and then start over again.  That is why blackberrys are considered secure devices.

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If you use Desktop Manager, and back up the phone as you should, you can restore everything up to your last backup. If you don't back it up, I'm afraid you're back to square one. Consider it a lesson learned and start backing it up.
If you use Desktop Manager, and back up the phone as you should, you can restore everything up to your last backup. If you don't back it up, I'm afraid you're back to square one. Consider it a lesson learned and start backing it up.

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Definitely backup and/or sync often.  If data (no matter where it is stored) is important then back it up.  On a wireless device that could suffer damage or get lost it's even more important IMO.

Definitely backup and/or sync often.  If data (no matter where it is stored) is important then back it up.  On a wireless device that could suffer damage or get lost it's even more important IMO.

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