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sdgardne
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Re: App World gives "Maximum PIN changes reached" error.

 


Maelonzky wrote:

can i get that PM too. im having the same problem


 

Hi and Welcome to the Forums!


There is no longer any PM solution available, leaving you with the same answer as just above.


Cheers!

 


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Re: App World gives "Maximum PIN changes reached" error.

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hi i have this problem could you help me please my pin is <removed> and it is a 8520 my email adress is <removed>

 

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Re: App World gives "Maximum PIN changes reached" error.


djken wrote:

hi i have this problem could you help me please my pin is <removed> and it is a 8520 my email adress is <removed>

 

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Hi and Welcome to the Community!

 

I'm sure that by now you've read this thread, and discovered that message 9 contains the information you need.

 

Good luck!


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Re: App World gives "Maximum PIN changes reached" error.

Have the same here, official post would much better than PM! please let us know here!

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Re: App World gives "Maximum PIN changes reached" error.


foema wrote:

Have the same here, official post would much better than PM! please let us know here!


Hello,

 

Hopefully by now you found post 11 in this thread...the old PM method is no longer available. However, there are some more recent KBs:

  • KB34242 “You have reached the maximum number of PIN changes for this account” is displayed when attempting to login to BlackBerry World on a BlackBerry 10 smartphone
  • KB25553 "There are too many PIN changes associated with this account (Error ID: 30801)" is encountered when attempting to login to BlackBerry World

 

As you can see, all recommendations simply repeat what has already been stated in this thread (message 9).

 

Good luck!


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