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Old 06-18-2005, 12:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I use BB 7290. I have installed a application called FreeNews. When I am trying to connect to the server I get a error message
java.io.IOException: Unable to open connection.
Can anyone kindly let me know what I need to do in order to get over this?.
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Are you running the 4.0 Firmware?
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Connect to which server?
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Yes, I use 4.0 OS. I get this error message when I am trying to get to the FreeNews server to get the update. The exact message is "Error (1) Communication error: Unable to open connection. (java.io.IOException: Unable to open connection.)
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Have you tried temporarily turning off your Firewall?
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Thanks for your reply. I only have one option under Firewall, thats Enable. There is no Disable option.
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When you are in that menu, you can't hit the space bar to disable it?
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No. I cannot hit the space bar to disable it. There is no choice.
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Who's your carrier? Which version did you install Personal or Corporate?
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