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Old 05-29-2008, 05:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
I just bought an Pearl 8100, and I don't have a data plan yet. After I introduced the sim and started it, it asked for the pin. I introduced it and the next message sounds like this:
"Uncaught exception. ApplicationRegistry waitFor (0xac3ae76427d17f19) timeout". And OK button under it.

Did anyone can help figure out what means?
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Old 05-29-2008, 05:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Did you buy it used? On eBay perhaps??
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Yap, from there. I don't know if used or not, it sure doesn't look used. Why?
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It asked you for a password???
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No, nothing like this. More than that, if I push on the ok button under the message the phone works normally (at least what I can see).
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Do you think it was asking for a sim card security pin code?
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It asked for pic code from my simcard, I enter it, ok, then it shows that message
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I also have gotten this message. I bought my phone new and I believe that it started after a master reset that I had to do a few weeks ago. It will come up usually only afer entering the password. It give me access to everything and seems to appear for no reson, not even everytime.
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