Often, when I try to IM in Yahoo Messenger on my Blackberry 8830, the text does not appear on the screen. ultimately, when it does, it appears backwards....it seems that the only way to get around this is to exit Messenger and start all over again...has anyone else encountered this and if so, how can you prevent it from happening?
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I have a blackberry 8830 World Edition and last night it just shut off. And when I take the battary out and put it back in it will turn on but then i can't move my cursor and then the screen turns off. I left the battary out for 8 hours and put it back in and the same thing happened. Can anyone help me??
From Pinstack.com---> If you do get locked out, to reset your password would require a low
level reset, or "nuke", which is a fairly drastic procedure. A low
level reset wipes out your BlackBerry's memory completely, including
the operating system. To make it functional again, you would have to
cradle the device and reinstall all the BlackBerry software.
Unfortunately, you can't use the current Storm model on Rogers. The Telus network is CDMA (Rogers is GSM), which means Telus' wireless products do not use SIM cards :-(
If it's any consolation, there is supposed to be a Blackberry Storm released soon that will use SIM cards and could be used on Rogers.
The best way to fix any JVM error is to reinstall the device software. This is the same process as if you had to reinstall your OS (windows) for example on your PC. You will lose all information but you device will be reset to the state of when you first removed it from the box when purchased.