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Old 07-26-2007, 12:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Iím getting sick of this at this point. Iím using the latest T Mobile software (canít look it up at this point). I got this phone new a month ago after an issue that was covered be my warrantee with my last phoneÖ

Now once every week (at least) my phone resets itself and goes to a white screen that says

JVM Error 102
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Hitting the reset option reboots the phone to the same screen. The only thing that solves the problem is completely reinstalling the software from my desktop. Itís getting tiresome doing this twice a week. Tmob now has me on the phone with RIM saying there is something they might be able to do. Iím typing this while Iím hold and frustrated. Any ideas guys (and gals)?
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hmm why not try installing another provider OS, since Tmo one is pretty outdated. it wont change anything. all you have to do is delete vendor.xml file to let you install it.
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hmm why not try installing another provider OS, since Tmo one is pretty outdated. it wont change anything. all you have to do is delete vendor.xml file to let you install it.
ya I was thinking that would be a good next step... which version should I install at this point?
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ya I was thinking that would be a good next step... which version should I install at this point?
4.2.1.101, see the sticky in the 8100 Forum for links and directions for upgrading to another vendors OS. It works great, I am on TMo and have 101 and haven't had any problems.
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Old 07-26-2007, 09:13 PM   #5 (permalink)
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You can try O2's software. I hear they are fairly good
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JVM Error 102

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Doc ID : KB10068
Last Modified : 2007-02-08
Document Type : Support



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Environment
BlackBerryģ devices


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Problem
The BlackBerry device ceases to function and displays JVM Error 102.

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Cause
A problem exists with one or more of the .COD files on the BlackBerry device.

If you cannot reload the BlackBerry device software and applications to the BlackBerry device as described in the Resolution below, a build process error might occur because a problem exists with signing the .COD files.



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Resolution
To reload the BlackBerry device software and applications to your BlackBerry device, complete the following steps.

Connect your BlackBerry device to your computer.
Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Double-click Application Loader. The Application Loader Wizard appears.
Click Next.
Choose the port the BlackBerry device is connected to and click Next.
If prompted, enter your BlackBerry device password and click Next.
The Device Application Selection screen appears. Select the applications to be loaded onto your BlackBerry device.
If the Device Backup screen appears, choose whether or not to automatically back up the device. Click Next.
Click Next. The Completing the Application Wizard screen appears, displaying all the software that will be loaded to your BlackBerry device.
Click the Advanced button and ensure that Erase all application data and Erase all currently installed applications are both selected.
Note: If the Application Loader was not able to access all of the device data, then both Erase all application data and Erase all currently installed applications are grayed out.

Click Next, then click Next again.
Click Finish. The BlackBerry Device Software is now loaded on the BlackBerry device. Do not disconnect your device until the process has completed.
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Deleted couple of apps from device without using of descktop manager.
Got message saying that actual delete will happen after reboot.
rebooted and got jvm 102 error with reset. Tried couple times to click reset did not work. Tried to remove battery did not work. Then connected to PC started descktop manager then application loader and deleted one more app.
after that everythig started working again. No need to wipeout and reload everything.
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Wirelessly posted (BlackBerry8700/4.2.1 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/100)

Last time I had this issue I eneded up wiping the device with JL_CMDER then reloaded the OS!
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