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Old 11-07-2008, 04:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ever since I got my Bold, when I reboot the following error message appears after the Security check. "Uncaught Exception Java.Lang Index out of Bounds Exception."

I press OK and the error message disappears and the Bold continues to operate normally without further issue. My OS is .167.

Not sure what's causing this error. Unable to find anything on Google that would point me in a direction to correct. Do any of you folks know what this is or are experiencing the same error?

Thanks in advance....

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Most likely a 3rd party app that's attempting to initialize on the reboot. If it is as reproduceable/frequent as you are describing. Try deleting 3rd party apps from the device, rebooting in between each delete and see if the problem goes away.

If upon removing an app and the problem goes away. Reinstall it to see if the problem comes back. If so, I would contact the developer of that app and see if they might be able to provide some insight for you.

Also, what OS do you have? Your carrier indicates AT&T so .167 perhaps?
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I got on Saturday my BOLD, and despite keeping my 8820 very clean (had it only for 2mos), I ran into the java excep error as well.

I honestly thing it is better to upgrade to the new device without 3rd party application, and just download the applications one by one.

Despite wiping my Bold three times completely, I somehow continued to get the Java excep problem, but I think I somehow got it resolved by changing the sequence of the 3rd party application I have installed.

My guess the Viigo gave me trouble on the Bold, despite having the latest Tango version..which maybe caused Worldmate Live to get the Java excep too..

Anyhow, I am pretty sure that I downloaded Viigo first and then moved on to the other application after I made sure Viigo was working first.

Hope this helps....
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I've been seeing this same message, but it doesn't occur with any 3rd party apps. Matter of fact there aren't any third party apps on the phone. The error message comes up after any phone call is disconnected/hung up/ended, whether the termination is generated from the person on the other end or by pressing the end button. Anyone else seen this before?
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I just bought my Bold two days ago. I am getting java.lang.NullpointerException errors every time I get a phone call. I don't like this one bit. If anyone has a solution, please let me know.
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This is how i resolved that issue a while ago.. It used to happen on a 3rd party application that to be honest i dont remember which one but it was on my pearl(may it Rest In Peace or pieces) anyway.... It was driving me crazy because i had it set to 'allow' in the security settings but still got that message on boot. After playing around with it for days I finally realized that the default security settings were set to deny. I then changed them to allow(options, security settings, application permissions, menu key, edit default permissions) uninstalled the 3rd party app, reinstalled it and everything was fine..
Lemme know if that helps. good luck
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