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    BlackBerry Swiss Army Knife (BBSAK) How To Video



    Part One



    Part Two



    Part Three: Restoring Apps



    For written instructions on how to wipe your BlackBerry using BBSAK, please read this thread.

    Before you start to use this program you will need three things installed on your PC, in order for this program to work properly.

    1. Net Framework 2.0 or higher, you can download it here
    2. Desktop Manager (any version is fine)
    3. BBSAK program, you can download it here

    Last edited by sunkast; 08-09-2009 at 02:10 AM.



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    This is awesome Sunkast!!! Thank you for your hard work!!! :arms:

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    Very nice work Sunkast



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    Thread moved to How-to Guides

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    Nice Sun! Very cool video and great job. I will add that when loading the OS through BBSAK it will auto delete the vendor file for you.

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    awesome video! great work! thanks!

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    Awesome job Sun!

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    Awesome video walk through ... the 2 parts that you say 10-15 minutes I have noticed seem to take a long time on the Curve. They only take about 5 minutes on my Tour

    i did have one suggestion about the security wipe ... if during loader you change options to "not backup and restore" would that make you able to bypass that step? that is what i normally do to save the step and reboot, but just curious if this would do the same thing or if anyone else did it that way. i'm always looking for ways to do things better so if the security wipe is the better option i will add that into the routine.

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