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Registered: ‎10-09-2012
My Device: 9360
My Carrier: o2

Re: Selling my 9360

thanks for the re-assurance i bet you had a little chuckle at such a silly question but it was in the back of my mind so i had to ask lol

so now ive security wiped its good to go for the new user?
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My Device: Passport • Z30 • Z10 • Torch9850 • Playbook
My Carrier: Verizon

Re: Selling my 9360


andyp73 wrote:
thanks for the re-assurance i bet you had a little chuckle at such a silly question but it was in the back of my mind so i had to ask lol

so now ive security wiped its good to go for the new user?

Yep, she's good to go to a new home.

 



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Registered: ‎10-09-2012
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Re: Selling my 9360

Thanks very much if im allowed can i ask one final question - 

 

on the link you provided about BIS now recognising a new user by the security wipe feature. Will that still be the case for me as i did the wipe when there was no BIS active, like will it still recognise ive wiped it with there being no internet data for say like the RIM server for it to then be ready for the new user? hope you understand what i mean

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Registered: ‎10-09-2012
My Device: 9360
My Carrier: o2

Re: Selling my 9360

also can i ask after the wipe i didnt get the blackberry registration email come through about being registered on the wireless network when it first boots up, is that because i didnt have a BIS account active on the device when i wiped it?
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Re: Selling my 9360


andyp73 wrote:

 

on the link you provided about BIS now recognising a new user by the security wipe feature. Will that still be the case for me as i did the wipe when there was no BIS active, like will it still recognise ive wiped it with there being no internet data for say like the RIM server for it to then be ready for the new user? hope you understand what i mean


When that NEW user inserts his or her new SIM card enabled with a BIS data plan, it will recognize the BIS data plan and provide the new user. It will NOT revert to your old information. The 'wipe' is akin to formatting your hard drive on the PC.



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Re: Selling my 9360


andyp73 wrote:
also can i ask after the wipe i didnt get the blackberry registration email come through about being registered on the wireless network when it first boots up, is that because i didnt have a BIS account active on the device when i wiped it?

No, you shouldn't get that email because you have not inserted a SIM card with the Data Plan enabled.

 



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Registered: ‎10-09-2012
My Device: 9360
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Re: Selling my 9360

Superb! Have you worked for RIM in the past because you seem to have a wealth of knowledge!? So helpful and im very grateful
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Re: Selling my 9360

You're welcome, andyp. Nope, never worked for RIM or any telcom.

Just a closet mobile phone geek.

 

Well, I think I am out of that closet, though, lol



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Registered: ‎10-09-2012
My Device: 9360
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Re: Selling my 9360

Haha RIM should take note and snap you up to work for them! Such a great forum super fast replies and precise help!
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Re: Selling my 9360

You're very kind! Thanks.



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