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  • How to change the BlackBerry ID on a BlackBerry PlayBook



    When setting up the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, a BlackBerry ID is required to activate the tablet. This allows seamless access to a variety of BlackBerry products and services such as the BlackBerry App World storefront. Once this account has been configured during the initial setup, all activities on the BlackBerry tablet will be authenticated to that BlackBerry ID. If another BlackBerry ID is entered after the initial setup, the following message will be displayed:

    In order to change the BlackBerry ID that has been activated to the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet on initial setup, a security wipe will need to be performed.
    Need to change the BlackBerry ID on your tablet? Let's get started!


    This article was originally published in forum thread: How to change the BlackBerry ID on a BlackBerry PlayBook started by Joe Jerde View original post


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