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Old 11-27-2008, 09:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just had a javanullpointer exception problem. I reinstalled the o.s, and the problem persists. Do i have to wipe it completely and then reinstall? If so, I would need to know how to wipe.
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It is likely a third party app or theme causing it, which will continue if you don't narrow down which app it might be.
On the other hand, I had the same error for almost a year upon any reboot, on my 8310 with both OS 4.2 and 4.5 (through 5-6 different OS upgrades). Everything and all apps remained working well, so it was never a big issue to overcome.
But yes, a wipe or set to factory with JLCmder would likely clear it up, look in our FAQ for it and instructions.

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I just deleted some apps i hardly ever use, and il see if this will fix the problem. If no, ill wipe it and reinstall. Thanks for the response.
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