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Old 09-05-2010, 09:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Uncaught Exception problem is enet.rim.tcp-dnsx-1

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After I reboot (I use a restart program as opposed to a manual battery pull) I get the uncaught exception, object already exists. When I look at the log file, enet.rim.tcp-dnsx-1 is highlighted.

Occasionally when I reboot I also get the java error and the Blackberry App world is missing.

I have gone and allowed all permissions. What else do I need to do? I have the most up to date system, etc. I have a 9700.
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Old 09-05-2010, 10:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What happens when you do a battery pull?

Try searching using the error you get in Google.

I found this right off the top: "Uncaught exception: Object already exists" error ... - BlackBerry Support Community Forums
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Thanks for your input. When I do a manual battery pull, same results as when I activate the "restart me" program that I have, same error message.

I tried googling the error to no avail, and the thread you sent me was for a clock program, and their suggestion was to randomly delete programs until the problem went away. Eek.
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What about your restart program as the first candidate for removal?

For what it's worth, alt-caps-del is almost as good as a battery pull in that it corrects many problems. I almost never -- and I mean never -- do a battery pull. I think I've done it once with the 9700 since I've had it.
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I never use any of the battery pull substitutions. A battery pull is easy and it works.
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Thanks! I will remove the battery program and see how it goes!
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Post an update when you get the chance.
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Okay, I uninstalled "Restart Me", reset of course after prompting, and I still get the same error with a java error as well, the java run script error.
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If it were me, I would do a security wipe and select to delete all aftermarket/third-party applications. Then do a hard rest to test. If all is weel, then restore just data, and test. Then add back one app at a time, and test.

If you still get the error after the security wipe, then wipe and reinstall OS.
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Hi there!

(my first post )

I have a 8520 Curve and yesterday i downloaded the app "restartme" from appworld. I must say i'm always afraid of this kind of app's with sh/no sh our device...

I installed it but didnt give all the permissions, like i said, normally im suspicious about this stuff.

Well it works. I was about to give the appworld link for a friend, but as erleha said...its gonne from appworld

I think im going to uninstall it before i have problems.

cheers!

(Sorry for my english)
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