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Dear User,
Try to take a backup your device with desk top manager (re-store /Backup)
Wipe you device and re install OS Blackberry OS in your Blackberry device with desktop manager .

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What do i need to do if my blackberry curve displays a message saying reload software:552?


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I have had the "Reload Software: 552" error on 2 BlackBerry Curve 8900s. When it occurred again (last night) this is what I did:

[ WARNING! THIS WORKED FOR ME, BUT I WAS LUCKY & IT MIGHT NOT WORK FOR YOU! ]

1. Reboot your BB: alt-rightShift-del

2. Start a software reload from the Windows desktop, via the BB Desktop Manager.

When the reload started, I would get a screen on my BB showing 2 computers talking to each other. After a few seconds, this would crash into the 552 error.

3. 3-5 seconds into the software reload, CANCEL the desktop.

4. This should freeze the apps on both the desktop and the BB. The BB should still be showing the 2-computers.

If you do anything on the desktop at this point, the BB will crash into the 552 error again.

5. Terminate the desktop app processes via the Windows task manager. There are 4 RIM/BB processes to shut down.

6. At this point, the BB Desktop Manager app should be gone, and the BB should still show the 2-computers.

7. Now, start the BB desktop manager back up again, and intitiate the software reload again ...

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If "Reload Softare: 522" error is displayed on the BlackBerry smartphone, just upgrade to the latest available BlackBerry Device Software version provided by your wireless service provider to resolve this issue.

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Reading jvm 102 error rest


Hi, you have to follow the instruction below to correct the jvm 102 error reset problem..
Step 1
Very Important!!!!

It is important to have the following software installed on your computer (at home and at work if you can):
1 - Desktop Manager - Hopefully this is already on your computer, if not click here:
https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads...93E4F3BB068C22

2 - Device Software for your BB - Here is the link for you to get the latest OS for your Blackberry
http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...ll_models.html

3 - Java Commander - You can download it here:
http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...d=5&linkid=452

4 - Backups - You should be creating a backup of your device data regularly, e.g., as often as you update your calendar and/or phone book, or at least once a month. If you do not already have a data backup, you are out of luck (SOL) as your data is gone.


STEP 2
The Process
From Pinstacker JTReeves:

You should be creating a backup of your device data regularly, e.g., as often as you update your calendar and/or phone book.

If or when you get a JVM Error 102/Reset message, do the following:
1. Connect your BB to the computer.
2. Run JL_Cmder
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.
You should be back to normal, with the exception of having to reregister OTA or other 3rd party apps. Save their reg numbers in your Memo app so that you have them handy.

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How to fix blackberry 8520 app error 523


just wipe it or reload with the new updated OS

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Jvm error 547


It is important to have the following software installed on your computer (at home and at work if you can):
1 - Desktop Manager - Hopefully this is already on your computer, if not click here:
https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads...93E4F3BB068C22

2 - Device Software for your BBHere is the link for you to get the latest OS for your Blackberry
http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...ll_models.html

3 – Java Commander – You can download it here:
http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...d=5&linkid=452

4 - Backups – You should be creating a backup of your device data regularly, e.g., as often as you update your calendar and/or phone book, or at least once a month. If you do not already have a data backup, you are out of luck (SOL) as your data is gone.


STEP 2
The Process
From Pinstacker JTReeves:
You should be creating a backup of your device data regularly, e.g., as often as you update your calendar and/or phone book.

If or when you get a JVM Error 102/Reset message, do the following:
1. Connect your BB to the computer.
2. Run JL_Cmder
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.
You should be back to normal, with the exception of having to reregister OTA or other 3rd party apps. Save their reg numbers in your Memo app so that you have them handy.

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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 .

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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.
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