Question about RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone
there is no other solution than to reinstall the software. Let me know if you need instructions.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
FIRST CHECK WITH YOUR PHONE PROVIDER to see if you must use a special version of software ! If not proceed >>
BEFORE ANYTHING !!!! use the desktop software to backup your data on the BB (if you can) and save the file to the desktop. next go to https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads/entry.do?code=577BCC914F9E55D5E4E4F82F9F00E7D4you need to download (use pull down menu)blackberry desktop software 4.6 and the Blackberry device software for your model phone. install the desktop software first then the device software.. this can take maybe an hour (not including the download time)
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
SOURCE: 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:
2 - Device Software for your BB – Here is the link for you to get the latest OS for your Blackberry
3 – Java Commander – You can download it here:
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.
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.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
That you will probably need to reinstall the OS. Try doing this through the Desktop Mnager. If it works great. If not then you will need to wipe your phone (try using JL Cmndr) and the reinstall the OS.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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Jan 09, 2011 | RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100
on Jul 14, 2011 | Cell Phones
Most JVM errors on a BlackBerry, can be fixed by simply reloading and updating your device software. For instructions on how to reinstall or upgrade your BlackBerry software, please see: HOW TO: Install New Software and Update (Application Loader) - BlackBerry®
There are some JVM errors that can not be fixed in this method, if you do encounter one of the below JVM errors, please call customer care at 1-800-937-8997 or 611 from a T-Mobile phone for further troubleshooting.
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