05-16-2008 03:01 AM - edited 05-16-2008 03:02 AM
I forgot my password to unlock keyboard for blackberry 8310.I already use 9/10 attempts in this case if i try the last one software will reset and i will use everything.
Did you know a method to recover my password or address book before i rest entire software.
05-16-2008 11:28 AM - edited 05-16-2008 11:56 AM
Have you ever done a full backup with Desktop Manager? Did you ever synchronize your blackberry with Outlook? If the answer is yes to both of these questions, you can simply restore and re-synchronize once your blackberry is wiped.
If the answer is no, here is a free solution I found from another thread:
"To do this simply roll back your blackberry desktop software to a version where it doesnt automatically prompt you for an unlock password( 3.5a or even 2.7 would work), the tricky part is getting your non-serial bb to connect with non-usb software... i had to get some hardware but managed to backup 7290's this method... and then from there i just process the IPD files for evidence, granted that as of right now it is kind of hard to verify that evidence because i am still unable to get into the original evidence, but its nice for grabbing data from locked BB's."
05-16-2008 11:48 AM
05-16-2008 06:41 PM
I haven't tested this, but see if you can get a Female RS-332 / Female USB adapter from a computer store. The Female RS-332 end connects to a 9 PIN COM (serial) male port on your destop computer:
They are usually not found on laptops. Do not confuse this port with a VGA monitor port. It is also referred to as a DB9 or COM port. The other end of the adapter will be a female USB port in which you can connect your blackberry to the computer via a USB cable. Then, uninstall the current version of Blackberry Desktop Manager on your computer, then install version 3.5a on your computer. Go to:
Then select drop down menu and select Blacbkerry Desktop Software v3.5a. Versions 3.5a and under do not prompt the user for a password on the desktop side and thus can perform backup and restore functions for their blackberry. However, these versions of BB desktop software require a COM (serial) connection and this is where the adapter plays an importan part. With the proper adapter the software should be able to detect the device. Good luck
05-21-2008 05:49 AM
Thank you again for support,
Unfortunately i am not able to find this kind of connector here.Can I ask you to obtain this for me or to give me some directions from where i can buy this?
05-27-2008 02:40 AM
If you could get around it, then why the hell would they be boasting that blackberrys are secure.
You set a password.
You can't remember it.
You can't get around it.
Its like if somone found ur device on the street and u had info in the password keeper etc. would u like them to be able to hack into it without knowing your password?
I think not, sorry dude, take this a lesson learned.