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Advanced: BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP) Daily Builds Available Through Live Mesh

mcp-02-settingsIn case you don’t already know BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP), it is a power tool for BlackBerry devices designed for moderate to advanced users.  With MCP you can easily load, save or erase any module you want, take screenshots of your device, turn the radio on or off, synchronize the time on your device to your PC, reset to factory settings (remove IT policies), perform a handheld wipe…  and tons of other cool stuff!

I just wanted to let everyone know that (almost) daily builds and (semi) weekly installers of BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP) are now available via Live Mesh.  All you have to do is sign up for a Windows Live ID (you can use your normal email too – you aren’t forced to create or use an @hotmail or @live address), sign in, then install the Live Mesh Software (when you sign in).  After that, email [email protected]?subject=MCP%20Mesh and let me know what email address you used to sign up for Live Mesh.  If you don’t want to be added to the MCP Mesh mailing list, please specify this in your email message as well.

Within a short period of time, I will add you to the MCP Mesh (and the mailing list) and you will have instant access to the latest builds the second they become available.

Anyway, I also wanted to test my ability to post here on BerryReview.  Chances are I won’t post too often since this is where I get my news.  🙂

P.S. – The MCP Dropbox is officially dead.  There were just too many problems with it…  files were being deleted and others couldn’t access anything that had been deleted.

5 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Will sign up when i get a chance this program has been really helpful specially when i brick my berry a few months ago trying to hack something on it 🙂

  2. awesome, glad you like it! i’m actually enjoying coding it. 🙂

  3. good

  4. I have a company BB with an IT policy that requires a password and won’t let me disable it. Will this program allow me to remove that policy?

  5. @mrvtx: i’m not sure, but i know it managers use mcp with their bes. i just don’t have bes, so there is no way for me to find out. i would strongly suggest sending an email to [email protected] once i have you added to that mail group (if you signed up), or posting the question in the facebook discussion board. there are a lot of people using both of these that might have a more definitive answer.

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