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How do I factory reset a Blackberry 7230?

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H want to factory reset a blackberry 7230, I have tried pushing a pin in the reset hole on the back of the unit but it still retains all of it's setting any suggestions?
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To reset the handheld using the Application Loader:
Use the Backup and Restore tool to back up the data from your handheld to your computer before proceeding. Warning: These following steps will erase the data on the handheld:
In the desktop manager, double-click the Application Loader icon. The Application Loader Wizard window will display.
Click Next.
In the Handheld Application Selection window, ensure that the appropriate applications are selected and click Next.
The Completing the Application Loader Wizard will display. Click Advanced.
In the Handheld Data Preservation window, select Erase all application data and Erase all currently installed applications, and click Next.
Click Finish. The handheld resets. This may take several minutes.
Verify that the cradle is plugged into the port that has been selected in the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Open the Settings window: from the desktop manager within the Options menu, click Serial Settings. In the Port Number field, select None. Click Detect.

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