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Uncaught exception DSSMA: invalid state (5):2

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You first need to attempt a hard reset. Simply put, pull the battery while the phone is on,wait 30 seconds, then replace it and turn it on. If that doesn't work, make sure you have the latest version of Blackberry Desktop Manager downloaded to your computer, back up your phone using backup/restore, the delete all data and applications the do a restore using your previous back up. For full instructions go to www.blackberry.com/support and search KB10859.

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SOURCE: Uncaught exception dssma invalid state (5) 6

Perform a hard reset of the BlackBerry smartphone.
1. Remove the Battery and Sim Card from your Handset and Re insert it.
If it's still the same problem.
Perform these steps : -
Take a Back Up of your Blackberry Smartphone.
Connect the BlackBerry device to the computer using a USB cable, and open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Ensure that the BlackBerry device is connected correctly. The word Connected should be displayed at the bottom of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager screen.
Double-click on the Backup and Restore icon.
In the Backup and Restore screen, click Backup.
Choose a location where you wish to save your backup file.
Give the backup file a new name or leave the default name in the File Name field.
Click Save.
The BlackBerry device has now been fully backed up.
Back up will be in .ipd file format.
Then in your Handset perform these steps :-
1. Press Menu Key,
2.Select Option Icon in the Menu screen
3.Go to Security Options.
4.then Go to General settings
5.Press Menu key, you will get an option Wipe Handheld select it.
6.Type the password if you get a prompt, default Password "Blackberry"
7.you will get a confirmation message,Data will be Erased.
8.Click Continue.
9.It will start Wiping your Handheld.
10. Once Data is Erased,Handset will Automatically Restart.
To Restore the Data to your B Handheld
Connect the BlackBerry device to the computer using a USB cable, and open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Ensure that the BlackBerry device is connected correctly. The word Connected should be displayed at the bottom of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager screen.
Double-click on the Restore Tab.
Navigate to the backup file you want to restore to your BlackBerry smartphone.
Double-click the backup (.ipd) file.

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Uncaught exception dssma invalid state (5) 6


Perform a hard reset of the BlackBerry smartphone.
1. Remove the Battery and Sim Card from your Handset and Re insert it.
If it's still the same problem.
Perform these steps : -
Take a Back Up of your Blackberry Smartphone.
Connect the BlackBerry device to the computer using a USB cable, and open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Ensure that the BlackBerry device is connected correctly. The word Connected should be displayed at the bottom of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager screen.
Double-click on the Backup and Restore icon.
In the Backup and Restore screen, click Backup.
Choose a location where you wish to save your backup file.
Give the backup file a new name or leave the default name in the File Name field.
Click Save.
The BlackBerry device has now been fully backed up.
Back up will be in .ipd file format.
Then in your Handset perform these steps :-
1. Press Menu Key,
2.Select Option Icon in the Menu screen
3.Go to Security Options.
4.then Go to General settings
5.Press Menu key, you will get an option Wipe Handheld select it.
6.Type the password if you get a prompt, default Password "Blackberry"
7.you will get a confirmation message,Data will be Erased.
8.Click Continue.
9.It will start Wiping your Handheld.
10. Once Data is Erased,Handset will Automatically Restart.
To Restore the Data to your B Handheld
Connect the BlackBerry device to the computer using a USB cable, and open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Ensure that the BlackBerry device is connected correctly. The word Connected should be displayed at the bottom of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager screen.
Double-click on the Restore Tab.
Navigate to the backup file you want to restore to your BlackBerry smartphone.
Double-click the backup (.ipd) file.

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Uncaught exception dssma invalid state (5):3


Perform a hard reset of the BlackBerry smartphone.


1) Remove the battery cover from the back of the BlackBerry smartphone.
2) Remove the battery, and then reinsert it after a few seconds.
3) Replace the battery cover.

If the Problem continues

Perform these Steps:-

Use the following steps to back up a BlackBerry device:
  1. Connect the BlackBerry device to the computer using a USB cable, and open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
  2. Ensure that the BlackBerry device is connected correctly. The word Connected should be displayed at the bottom of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager screen.
  3. Double-click on the Backup and Restore icon.
  4. In the Backup and Restore screen, click Backup.
  5. Choose a location where you wish to save your backup file.
  6. Give the backup file a new name or leave the default name in the File Name field.
  7. Click Save.
  8. The BlackBerry device has now been fully backed up.
To delete all data from the BlackBerry smartphone
  1. On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, click Options.
  2. click Security Options Then Select General Settings.
  3. Click Menu button then Select Wipe Handheld.
  4. you will get message click Continue.
  5. they Type Blackberry, Press Enter.

To Restore the Data to your Blackberry Handheld 1. Connect the BlackBerry device to the computer using a USB cable, and open the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. 2. Ensure that the BlackBerry device is connected correctly. The word Connected should be displayed at the bottom of the BlackBerry Desktop Manager screen. 3. Double-click on the Restore Tab. 4. Navigate to the backup file you want to restore to your BlackBerry smartphone. 5. Double-click the backup (.ipd) file. 6. Restore Process will start.

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Sounds like a mess :)

At that point I would have to say re-install the firmware.

Seems like you somehow got a type of virus on your phone that has destroyed some critical files.

If i can find the German link to the American firmware again, I'll post it so at least it's like a firmware upgrade which would overwrite the core files. it also adds video capture which isn't the best quality, but it is nice.

I don't think there's a good enough virus software out there yet for the BB, but if you have one on your PC you might want to try hooking it to the USB and running a virus scan on the phone through Windows.

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turn the phone off and take the battery out then turn it back on and for some reason it re sets itself and works

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