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Old 01-28-2009, 06:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am trying to switch all of my info over to my new 8900. Going through the Desktop Manager, I keep having to reset the 8900 because of an App Error.
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200 Application manager threw an uncaught exception The application manager event thread threw an uncaught exception and cannot continue execution.

What application is causing it? I am assuming it is a 3rd party app which won't run on the 8900 or you need an updated version. All of the BB apps should already be on the device.

If its a BB app, then you will most likely need to reload the OS.
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I was using the Desktop Manager to migrate all of my data from my 8700 device to my new 8900. This was interrupted and then I wound up with the App Error 200 crash. The BlackBerry would not even start, I would get to a white screen with the watch, then have to reset. I went through this a few times before I sent the request for help.

This has been fixed with help from the FAQ, I had to download the JLCommander and wipe the new 8900 and re-install the OS.

How do I wipe the BlackBerry using Jl Cmder? - BlackBerryFAQ

Thanx, I was scared I had a completely dead BlackBerry
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I'm gonna do the same thing soon: use DM to load stuff that was on my 8100 onto my 8900. My question is: will DM ask me to check whatever apps I want to move before it does anything? I really will only want my contacts and calendar to transfer, not stuff like MiniOpera and Berry411 and Texas Hold'em because they probably won't work. Will I have a chance to make those choices before the fact or will it get messed up like his did?
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I'm using an older DM than you are but I think it should still work.
When you open the backup file & set up the restore, one of the options should be Advanced. That should give you a detailed breakdown of the backup & you can pick specific things to restore. You have to know ALL of the files that make up what you want. Hope that helps.
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