Like Tree1Likes
  • 1 Post By matt weber
Results 1 to 4 of 4
  1. #1
    zii kell
    Guest
    Hi there,

    Someone walked on the screen of my phone. The actuall LCD is cracked
    and cannot be read.

    The phone contains sensitive data in the Notepad type area and I have to
    delete this.

    I can connect the phone to the WinXp pc and interrogate the phone, but
    cannot see how to delete the data as this area does not display.

    Does anyone know how to perform a complete factory reset and deletion of
    all user data on the phone? Note that I cannot see the screen so if
    possible is there a way to do this from the PC? To be honest, if the
    entire firmware is rendered unusable I won't care, because it is a work
    phone and they can sort this out. This important part is to erase the data.

    Regards, z



    See More: Sony Ericsson k750i - Factory reset and delete all information /broken LCD




  2. #2
    zii kell
    Guest

    Re: Sony Ericsson k750i - Factory reset and delete all information/ broken LCD

    thought not.



  3. #3
    zii kell
    Guest

    Re: Sony Ericsson k750i - Factory reset and delete all information/ broken LCD

    The app looks very nice but does not list Sony Ericsson phones, and I
    doubt the 'phone is a CDMA 'phone.

    Does anyone actually use CDMA apart from north and south America Russia
    Morocco Bangledesh Latvia New Zealand the Ulkraine Estonia Pakistan and
    South Africa?

    I shall carry on playing with bitpim ; looks good.

    Evan Platt wrote:
    > On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 13:09:00 +0200, zii kell
    > <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Hi there,
    >>
    >> Someone walked on the screen of my phone. The actuall LCD is cracked
    >> and cannot be read.
    >>
    >> The phone contains sensitive data in the Notepad type area and I have to
    >> delete this.
    >>
    >> I can connect the phone to the WinXp pc and interrogate the phone, but
    >> cannot see how to delete the data as this area does not display.
    >>
    >> Does anyone know how to perform a complete factory reset and deletion of
    >> all user data on the phone? Note that I cannot see the screen so if
    >> possible is there a way to do this from the PC? To be honest, if the
    >> entire firmware is rendered unusable I won't care, because it is a work
    >> phone and they can sort this out. This important part is to erase the data.

    >
    > Bitpim perhaps?




  4. #4
    matt weber
    Guest

    Re: Sony Ericsson k750i - Factory reset and delete all information / broken LCD

    On Mon, 23 Jul 2007 12:09:12 +0200, zii kell
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >The app looks very nice but does not list Sony Ericsson phones, and I
    >doubt the 'phone is a CDMA 'phone.
    >
    >Does anyone actually use CDMA apart from north and south America Russia
    >Morocco Bangledesh Latvia New Zealand the Ulkraine Estonia Pakistan and
    >South Africa?

    Australia, and the CDMA Kingdom.. South Korea
    >
    >I shall carry on playing with bitpim ; looks good.
    >
    >Evan Platt wrote:
    >> On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 13:09:00 +0200, zii kell
    >> <[email protected]> wrote:
    >>
    >>> Hi there,
    >>>
    >>> Someone walked on the screen of my phone. The actuall LCD is cracked
    >>> and cannot be read.
    >>>
    >>> The phone contains sensitive data in the Notepad type area and I have to
    >>> delete this.
    >>>
    >>> I can connect the phone to the WinXp pc and interrogate the phone, but
    >>> cannot see how to delete the data as this area does not display.
    >>>
    >>> Does anyone know how to perform a complete factory reset and deletion of
    >>> all user data on the phone? Note that I cannot see the screen so if
    >>> possible is there a way to do this from the PC? To be honest, if the
    >>> entire firmware is rendered unusable I won't care, because it is a work
    >>> phone and they can sort this out. This important part is to erase the data.

    >>
    >> Bitpim perhaps?


    kojackca likes this.



  • Phones Discussed Above

    Sony Ericsson K750i More Sony Ericsson K750i topics Sony Ericsson Forum Reviews
  • Similar Threads