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Old 02-15-2008, 09:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I followed the steps in the maximize your memory thread, by John Clark. Now I get a "uncaught exception: java.lang.Error" message. I've removed the battery, while the phone was on, for 30 seconds and I still get the error message.

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When do you get the uncaught exception
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When I power off the handheld, and power it back on I don't get the message. It only seems to happen when I pull out the battery.

The message is annoying and I want to get rid of it.
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So you pull the battery and after it boots you get it before you do anything?
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Yes.

I did a search on crackberry.com and the issue has already been addressed there.

Apparently, the error relates to yahoo messenger. When I followed the steps in the maximizing your memory thread, I noticed that in application loader, it downgraded my yahoo messenger. I didn't think anything of it, but that's what it was.

To get rid of the message, go to Options>Advanced Options>Applications. Scroll down to yahoo messenger, then delete it. Answer yes to the reboot prompt. Once it's done rebooting, return to Options>Advanced Options. Click on the menu button (left of the trackball) and click on modules. Delete the yahoo messenger module (I believe it's net_rim_yahoo_messenger module). Answer yes to the reboot prompt.

And look, no more error message.
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