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go to keypad dial *#52828378#
then go to OTA test and increase the maximum jar size from 500 to 2048...
U were getting a JAva error because the applications were unsing more than 500 kb now u can use jar files in the range upto 2mb
There is an option in your mobile to update your mobile. if it not work. then, go for factory settings. it available in your phone settings. but, at that time it required phone security code number. enter it . your problem is surly fixed. but, before that save your all data.
This must a network issue from the part of the service privider or maybe from your handset. Check out your network settings on your handset, and reset it. If this didn't work call the customer care executives, they may be able to help you.
You must use the following key code:
the go to the item number 6 (ota setting) and change the size from 500 to a bigger size (like 2048), then you're able to install the programs up to 2mb.
Dear friend, I provided some useful links about this problem (Error 2048), read them, I hope they could help you: [Solution # 1] http://www.moviecodec.com/topics/41979p1.html [Solution # 2] http://critiquewall.com/2006/02/15/avi-problems-quicktime-error-2048 [Solution # 3] http://www.smartcomputing.com/techsupport/detail.aspx?guid=&ErrorID=32119 [Solution # 4] http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=kb403032 At the end, I suggest you also to install DivX on your computer or check your file by other players like VLC Player.I guess it could help you. Good luck
I had the same problem with my old phone the Samsung A660. After 45 minutes on phone with Bell Mobility tech support (which did nothing to cure the problem) I fiddled around with the settings abit, and found there is a setting for something called NAM1 and NAM2. I changed it to NAM1 and I was able to access the browser again! I'm not sure though if the U740 has this NAM1 and NAM2 setting. This what to did for the A660: