Question about RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone
AND IT WONT GO AWAY!!!! I have performed several hard resets, got the updated device and desktop manager software.. 5.0.... yet it will not recognize that my smart phone is connect. The computer shows usb device connected, smartphone etc... but the software isnt reading the phone???? everytime i reset it loads a white screen and u see a hourglass icon spinning, then the error message pops up.... before i could turn the phone on at it would go to the main menu screen.. But i haven't see that screen in days? Any help???
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I was able to connect in safemode and complete the restore of my data that was backed up from my old BB and everything worked just fine. Safemode is the only solution I found that worked. No one at Rogers (provider) was able to help, so much for support.
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
SOURCE: crashed during update
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
SOURCE: JVM error 102 on the blackberry
1. Connect your BB to the computer.
2. Run JL_Cmder (JAVA commander, it’s a freeware, google it and download latest one)
3. Choose option 5, wipe the device. This will delete all files - OS and data - from your BB. The BB screen will show JVM Error 507. This means the BB has no files installed.
4. Using Desktop Manager, reinstall your software. When you run the Application Loader, check all the available boxes.
5. When this process completes, restore your most recent backup file if you have taken in the past!
You should be back to normal, with the exception of having 3rd party apps.
let me know if any problem or have any other questions.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
download the desktop manager and device software and reload the software in your phone.
You shouldn't have to replace your phone at all.
That's a software error indicating the Operating System needs to be reinstalled.
Once you have installed the Desktop manager and have a copy of your devices software.
remove the sim, remove the battery
and connect it to your computer via usb cord.
when it connects, which you may need to help it by opening the connection icon and setting it to usb.
open application loader, it will look for your software.
check the system core and all subsequent boxes that you need.
Languages only that you have to have, they just take up room.
Once all boxes are check that you want, click next and it will restore. at the finish of the restore it may say application install succesful. it may also try and rehook the phone up, just press cancel and unplug your phone. replace the sim and battery and let it reboot, be patient it takes a while. once it reboots scroll to the radio icon and turn the rdaio on and your all done.
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Posted on May 26, 2009
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