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paulvincentsanders 07-09-2012 04:27 AM

uncaught exception problem
 
Hi, we have had the 'Uncaught exception: Cannot find image: Search_browser_web' followed by OK problem. Every time the phone is switched off we get this screen.
We understand this has been caused by updating to software V. 7.1 over the air. We have resolved this after a fashion by re-installing the software from a clean install of the Blackberry Desktop Software after wiping the phone. It has to be a clean install of the Desktop software because if it is not the phone picks up the problem again even if we do not re-install data etc.

The problem we have now is that when we hook the phone up to the Blackberry Enterprise Server Express Version 5 sp3 software to get the connections for the server for emails etc the phone is picking the problem up from the server. We have tried removing the user data back up, and user-profile from the server, this does not solve the problem. What we think we need to do now is remove all trace of the user - profile, including service books etc from the Blackberry Enterprise Server Express Version 5 sp3 and start again with the user. We do not want to have to create another email address for the user.
We have a number of other users on the server and do not want to have to re-install the Blackberry Enterprise Server Express Version 5 sp3 or reset for all users.

Are we correct in what we need to do to resolve the problem and can anybody help with the solution please??

Paul

Dubdub 07-09-2012 08:33 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
Moved to a more appropriate section.

Why not reinstall the last OS where everything worked correctly and see if that fixes the problem?

paulvincentsanders 07-09-2012 08:56 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
Hi, we have on the phone, and all is well with that - it will turn off and on and work OK even with the 7.1 phone software. The problem reappears when we connect to the Blackberry Enterprise Server Express Version 5 sp3 to enable the email connections etc.
As we have said above, we only want to be able to clean the BES Express of whatever it is putting back on the phone.
Thanks,
Paul

nobody7290 07-10-2012 05:05 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
On the BES, delete the user, and also choose to delete the user information from exchange. This will delete the wireless backup - all user settings, stored passwords, browser bookmarks etc.

Then activate the user again.

paulvincentsanders 07-10-2012 08:07 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
Thanks for this. We have already tried exactly that and the phone is still picking something up from the BES. The result of which is that we get the uncaught exception error if we turn it off. So the BES is reinstalling something even with the above steps carried out. anyone any ideas?
Paul

knottyrope 07-10-2012 09:28 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by nobody7290 (Post 1782284)
On the BES, delete the user, and also choose to delete the user information from exchange. This will delete the wireless backup - all user settings, stored passwords, browser bookmarks etc.

Then activate the user again.

There is no device backup on the mail server. The backup is stored in the BES database and might take a few minutes to remove all entries with BES 5 as it is a queued task.

freakinvibe 07-10-2012 11:07 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
You are not the only one with this problem after an OTA upgrade to 7.1:

"Uncaught exception: Cannot find image: search_bro... - BlackBerry Support Community Forums

I guess you will have to do the exact same steps as suggested in the above post.

paulvincentsanders 07-11-2012 07:17 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
knottyrope, thanks for this, the user is out of the office now for a few days. Is there a step by step guide to what we need to do somewhere?
Thanks,
Paul

knottyrope 07-11-2012 09:03 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
so you say a wiped phone will not do it?

only happens when activate on BES?

get a spare device to play or use the one thats affected and activate a new account to rule out BES issue.

if works fine then it must be a user backup item or possible you push an app on BES that is affecting it.

remove the app from user on BES and or remove user from BES for 30 min and confirm removal

then setup user again on BES and see if it persists.

paulvincentsanders 07-12-2012 09:57 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
Hi, yes, wiped phone will not do it, we have tried 2 new phones (Orange UK very understanding...) so will try what you suggest when the user is back in and revert to you with results. Very grateful for the assistance.
Paul

paulvincentsanders 07-24-2012 04:38 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
Hi, so we are having another go at this.
Some information we have seen indicates that we should wait 24 hours before re-activating the user, some indicates 72 hours, which is correct please?
Also we have found this way of removing a user more immediately; delete user in BES, then click on (BES SERVER NAME) > Users Pending Delete (tab) > click on user > click on "Purge User"
We are using BES V 5 SP 3

We can't find this on our version, any ideas?
Thanks again,
Paul

knottyrope 07-24-2012 12:15 PM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
To verify if BlackBerry smartphone user accounts are queued for deletion, perform the following steps:






Under BlackBerry Solution Management, expand User.


Click Manage Users.


In the Search for users menu, click Advanced search.


In the Email criteria section of the Advanced Search, select True in the Queued removal of BlackBerry services drop-down box.


Click Search.





BlackBerry smartphone users who are pending a deletion, but the process has not completed, will be displayed.




The BlackBerry smartphone user account can be purged from the database or removed immediately from the BlackBerry service by performing the following steps:





Click the Display name of the BlackBerry smartphone user that is displayed when searching for BlackBerry smartphone users that are Queued removal of BlackBerry services.



Click Immediate removal of BlackBerry services.

paulvincentsanders 07-31-2012 06:03 AM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
knottyrope, many thanks, it worked and all is well.

knottyrope 07-31-2012 12:26 PM

Re: uncaught exception problem
 
glad to hear it


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