08-17-2009 03:37 PM
Dear Stockjock.....thanks a ton for your post. It finally solved all my problems....I had browser issues etc etc....your method, worked like a charm....really thanksful to you....
11-30-2009 09:51 AM
You are the best!!!
Worked great for me.
I have a blackberry Curve 8330. The "Encyption Mode" was found in "Options / Media Card". I changed the mode to NONE and it removed the little red lock.
02-08-2010 11:27 AM
Thanks LJW4215! Although your instructions were for a different model of phone I was still able to figure it out and use the same steps to disable the feature. So cuddos to you my friend!
04-24-2010 11:53 AM
Hi! I have this same problem on my storm 9530. I am using Windows vista but upgraded to windows 7. I tried the steps you gave but it is not working for me. I am using a gsm sim card from africa-nigeria to be specific but roaming it on ATT or tmobile networks. Pls can you check for be and explain it further? Thanks in anticipation
07-03-2010 12:01 AM
Thanks for the directions. It was the only thing that worked!! I have a BB 8530 Curve through Sprint and when my company migrated back to MS Outlook from Lotus Notes, the set up required a password that I could not disable. My colleagues using BB through Verizon could disable it. Our IT department later disabled the password requirement and those on AT&T were able to disable it after take the battery out and letting it restart.
05-21-2011 06:42 PM
thank you so much!!! I have been fighting this password for months!!! Mine had encryption just in options itself.....once I disabled it...was prompted to enter my password....then went to the password option and it was unlocked....when I disabled the password....again it asked for my password......then it was GONE!!!! thanks sooooooo MUCH!!!
02-06-2013 08:24 AM
Remove all the encryption optıons from "options-->security -->encryption", including memory card. Save and exit.
Now when you go to, "password", you should be able to disable it