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Blackberry 7290 reset 373

The device is displaying a message Device Error 373 Reset

How can I resolve this problem

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  • Anonymous Jul 05, 2008

    same thing

  • amarjit54 Dec 09, 2008

    ihave 7290 and it shows error543 and I can do nothing PL help me in solving the problem how ican reset it
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He device is displaying a message Device Error 373 Reset

How can I resolve this problem blackberry 7290 reset 373 problem

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May phone is pasword fargeed me waht i can now

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I read this somewhere and they say "Bang your device ******* the floor a few times"

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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My Blackberry 7290 won't turn on


Hi, The BlackBerry device is unable to complete the initialization process, the Device Error 365 Restart error occurs To resolve this problem, you need to follow the steps below: Attempt to run Application Loader. Application Loader will remove the BlackBerry Device Software (both the operating system and Java applications) completely and reload it.
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Device Error 373 Reset


Hello afterhours!!!

Is seems funny but according to blackberry customers , seems the error is fixed by dropping down the phone on a floor!!!
Not sure about the solution .. But y not give a try on a carpet floor!!


Regards
Smilemaker

Jun 17, 2008 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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Error 322 on my black breey 7290


Trying to find out if anyone can help me with this problem:
I have a Blackberry 7290 that displays an error message "error 373" it also displays "reset" at the bottom. The indicator light is lit continueously red and I'm trying to find out how I can upload my stored information from this Blackberry to my new phone - the Blackberry Bold.
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Jul 09, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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Blackberry 7290 device error:373 reset


Hi Anand

Practically speaking i spent 3 hours looking for your solution but nothing much even the BB intelectuals failed .Try these steps out it may resolve the issue and lets hope for the best .

This error : 373 : Device Error means that the Timers are corroupted

1. Remove the battery for at least 5 minute.
2. Make sure u have working SIM card, other wise remove the old SIM.
3.You should receive an Hour glass spinning. Give a few minutes, after that u will see a 507 message on the bb screen, (which means there is no app loaded on the bb)
4.If this dosent work
Use application loader to wipe handheld clean and reinstall base software but do backup your data

And please let me know .

Apr 04, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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My blackberry 7290 Rim(T-Mobile)says: Device error


An unspecified error has occurred with an application on your Blackberry smartphone.


Resolution In BlackBerry Desktop Manager, run the BlackBerry Application Loader tool.
Note: The following procedure will delete all data and applications from your BlackBerry smartphone.
  1. Disconnect your Blackberry smartphone from your computer.
  2. Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
  3. Open BlackBerry Application Loader.
  4. Reset your Blackberry smartphone.
    1. Remove the battery cover.
    2. Remove and reinsert the BlackBerry battery to reset the BlackBerry smartphone.
    3. Replace the battery cover.
    To perform a hard reset on a RIM 850 device, RIM 857 device, RIM 950 device, or RIM 957 device, insert the end of a paperclip inside the small hole on the back of the BlackBerry device.
  5. When the LED indicator has turned on, reconnect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer.
  6. Click Next.
  7. On the following screen you will see either USB:Unknown or USB:; click Next.
  8. Select the required applications from the applications list and click Next. The firmware is loaded to your BlackBerry smartphone.
Warning: The following procedures will delete either all data, or all data and applications on the BlackBerry smartphone. Back up the data on your BlackBerry smartphone before performing this procedure.

Mar 01, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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Device error 373 reset


the device is nuked! i have lots laying around with same error and i use them for parts! the device is nuked has hardware errors even if you re install the os it still will error out!

Aug 10, 2008 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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Blackberry Rim Error: 373.......HELP!!!!


A reset should allow you to turn the device back on.

Hold down ALT+RIGHT SHIFT(CAP)+DELETE simultaneaously for a few seconds.

Aug 04, 2008 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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Blackberry 7290


for that problem you should re-install the blackberry system for your pda and it would work! good luck!

May 13, 2008 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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Device Error 373 Reset


I am getting Device error 373... i coudnt acess my mobile..

is there any solution

Apr 27, 2008 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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Device error :373 reset


Bang your device hard on the floor a few times and it will come back to life. Seriously!
I REALLY threw it down hard, and then now, after the revolving hourglass for Many many minutes, it's back up and running.

Nov 20, 2007 | RIM BlackBerry 7290

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