Question about RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone
I downgraded mu BB 8310 and it worked OK untill I tried to conect to Vodafone Live then i shut down and now has a"JUM error 535" & will not start at all just comes up with the Error.
Also, BlackBerry's software builds are operator-specific, therefore there is no generic OS and I hear Vodafone's version is quite old. You'll need the phone to be wiped and have the Vodafone OS installed. I'm sure your service provider will host the appropriate software on their website. If not, take it into a store and they may be able to apply the correct software.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
CauseError 535 means the BlackBerry device is out of
memory. The error might appear because the virtual memory thread
scheduler ceased when a thread ran out of memory. This error is known
to occur during a start-up sequence or if the main event thread ceases.
ResolutionFirst, hard reset the BlackBerry device by pulling out the battery while the device is on. If this does not resolve the issue, obtain the latest version of the BlackBerry Device Software through your service provider. Then, run Application Loader in BlackBerry Desktop Manager to update the BlackBerry device.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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