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Your blackberry model is a BBOS Legacy Devices and Apps such as WhatsApp which use up a lot of memory can create problems.
If you have BlackBerry OS 7.1 or older Devices, then clear the Cache in the Browser and in any other App (like the event Log), then
go into Setup, select Languages and Remove/Delete all other languages except the one you're using (i.e. English) and finally Re-Boot to get around 40/%0+MB of free Application Memory back. Now whatsapp should work. For more advices on using whatsapp on blackberry see this page or visit the official official whatsApp.com website.
WhatsApp for BLACKBERRY is available for DOWNLOAD from this location. However, no valid BlackBerry browser has been detected. Please use your BlackBerry Browser when visiting this website.
Set your "Browser IDENTIFICATION" to "BlackBerry" under Browser > Options > Browser Configuration > Browser: Internet Browser, save the settings and "Refresh" this page. NOTE: you can also download WhatsApp Messenger from BlackBerry WorldFor the record, we detected your browser as: MOZILLA/5.0 (Macintosh; INTEL Mac OS X 10_9_4) AppleWebKit/537.77.4 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/7.0 Safari/537.71
If all else fails, then ask Blackberry for help.
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Make sure your OS version is up to date. People always seem to forget that many problems are solved by the manufacturer when the new Updates are released by the manufacturer & installed by the user.
Try Deleting the WhatsApp App & Reinstall fresh.
Good chance the unit is either broken and not allowing the Operating System (OS) to run. Next step would be to download/install Blackberry Desktop Manager (for this version of Blackberry) from the Blackberry website. Connect the Blackberry to the PC running Desktop Manager and see if the Desktop Manager can connect to the Blackberry. If yes, you could try to update the OS.
Unfortunately, WhatsApp is currently only available for download on iOS, Android, Blackberry and Nokia Symbian60 smartphones. The Samsung S8300 and Genio Touch are not running any of those operating systems and are using a Samsung proprietary OS.
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You can try updating your phone's operating system.Download the latest Desktop Manager here http://us.blackberry.com/apps-software/desktop/. Plug your phone into your computer by USB and the Desktop Manager should automatically start the update process. I believe Blackberry OS is up to version 6 now.