04-26-2011 07:23 PM
In light of some of the issues I've been having I decided to go forward with a security wipe and just reload the device and reconfigure bridging. If I get back to the same point I was before with bridging not showing my emails but everything else, etc, I may just give up on the Playbook altogether.
However, I find it interesting that when I performed the security wipe and started the setup again, it is redownloading and applying the 18.104.22.1680 OS? I just think it's odd that the OS doesn't somehow get flashed into the device or get permanently used as the basis for a reconfig. The warning stated that it'll blow away settings, files, applications - I guess the OS is being treated as an application in this case.
Been a while since I've security wiped a BB phone - does it behave the same way with the version of the OS build it's running and go back to what it was out of the box?
04-26-2011 07:37 PM
Yes, and no.,..on the handheld BlackBerry a security wipe does not wipe the operating system, just your personal information, data and preferences.
When the device is wiped using something like JLCmder, you get et an "Error 507" which means no operating system is detected on the device. You must have the OS loaded and installed to your PC.
Thanks for your info.. that is good to know. What you seem to have done is a security wipe and reset it to factory condition.
04-26-2011 07:54 PM
I think it has more to do with certain apps that the Playbook expects to see being removed during the security wipe. I did a security wipe on my Playbook a couple days ago and several of the included apps were removed. Other people have noted in these forums that removing apps like NFB will cause the Playbook to detect an update. It's not really an update, but rather the Playbook re-installing those apps.
The security wipe did get rid of the Pete Yorn song for me though.
04-26-2011 07:55 PM
Thanks for the reply, I thought it was that way. It wouldn't make much sense for a phone I upgraded to 6.0 from 5.X to go back to 5.X when I security wipe it.
But yep, the Playbook apparently does. It had .1710 on it already when I wiped it, it's forcing me to reapply post-wipe. Bit of a bummer.
04-26-2011 08:18 PM
So the issue I had with only my emails not showing in the bridging apps (the spinning circle but no emails listed), but everything else working fine (contacts, calendar, etc) was resolved by security wiping the tablet. I didn't do anything else to my phone with the bridging app on it after all of my previous atttempts, just wiped the tablet and started over.
That would lead me to suggest the issue was on the tablet for sure.
04-26-2011 11:40 PM