On 9/28/08 I purchased online "echeckregister" for my Blackberry 8330 for $9.99. I received a text link which I downloaded, but kept getting a message stating that the download failed, along with a message reading: "907 Invalid COD, a network error occurred". I called Blackberry, who told me that I would have to contact Handmark support to correct this problem. Thus this message. My email address is email@example.com and my Blackberry cell phone no. is 561-352-1048. I would appreciate any assistance you can kindly provide to me. Please contact me.
Thank you, Robert Crane.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Firstly, I suggest you do a battery pull. A battery pull fixes everything with a BlackBerry. If that doesn't work, you need to go to Options, Advanced Options and Host Routing Table. Then press the BlackBerry button and select register. This will register your device with your network and should push through your text messages again.
At this time, you cannot. There are workarounds online for receiving text through email, but you cannot at this time text on Boostberrys. Search online at google by typing in boostberry and there are a ton of sites that have tips and ideas.
Sounds like you're in a dead zone. If not then ...
Check in the upper left corner... IF:
1x = you are not connected to any data at all - No emails, text, internet will work send/receive.
1xev= you're connected to data but not blackberry usually the same as above though sometimes you might get lucky and receive only text/pix messages.
1X= Phone calls only. Usually no data (email, text, web, etc)
1XEV = everything is connected and you should be working fine.
If you have 1XEV (upper case and lower case matter ALOT...everything should always be UPPERCASE) and you're still having that problem then go to:
options> advanced options> host routing table
In the host routing table click the button to the left of the roll ball (called the blackberry button) and click on "Register now" and just leave the phone alone for a minute so it can register all your service books again. Then try the web again.
If all else fails pullthe battery and try again ..> Still no good? Call your carrier.
It sounds like the device was originally activated and worked with a Blackberry enterprise Server, where the administrator had voice calls blocked for the users, so that they did not run up bills - in other words, it was programmed just to do email. If this is the situation, there may not be a solution available to you.
Call your phone carrier and ask them to help - make sure you have the correct "plan"...