- BlackBerry® Device Software 5.0
- BlackBerry® 6
- BlackBerry® 7
- Verizon Push to Talk
- DT 2077799
The Verizon Push to Talk application is signed with the RBA key and is protected from being removed from a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. There is no such provision to shield RBA-signed applications from the permissions directive. As a result, the Verizon application is installed, but unable to work until it is configured.
Manually delete the application from the BlackBerry smartphone.
Contact BlackBerry Technical Support to request the Verizon Push to Talk Removal utility. This utility will provide BlackBerry Enterprise Server administrators with the capability to uninstall the Push to Talk application from a device by pushing it to the device. When the Push to Talk Utility application is pushed to a device, the Push to Talk Utility application will automatically start running and uninstall all versions of Push to Talk .cod files and other associated application such as ContactPTT, if they exist. The Push to Talk Utility application will then schedule itself for deletion upon reboot, once the Push to Talk Utility application is removed from the software configuration, or set to disallowed.
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