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Old 02-16-2010, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb WHITE SCREEN OF DEATH! app error 200 help?

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So basically my phone got wet a little and the keys stopped working.. so i tried to back up my info on my mac. it's the first time backing info up on my computer and in the middle of it i got the white screen of death.. app error 200 and i can't even press reset to fix the app error but at the same time i dont want to lose all my information. any suggestions..?
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Probably too late, but ......

Remove the battery. Place the BB in a bag of uncooked rice for 4-5 days and let it dry out. Put the battery back in and hope for the best. My guess is that its fried however.

App error 200 means there are corrupted files and you need to reload the OS. Data is most likely lost.
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@Badmanvan

This is the third thread where you have encouraged people to "drop" the device on purpose.

Dropping the device is NOT a good suggestion.
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