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Old 04-09-2007, 08:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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my 7520 from nextel will not turn on. The hr glass just continues to spin on the screen and nothing ever happens. Any idea on what I can do to fix this?
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That java-nuke program might regain control of it. Otherwise you could try to recover it with the app loader I guess
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Yes. Sounds like a wipe and reload are necessary. Do a quick search for "javaloader" and you should find what you need.

I also find that sometimes, when loading new software, I'm not patient enough, and needed to wait longer. How long are you watching it hourglass? Sometimes it takes a while...usually longer than you'd need/like.
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Yes. Sounds like a wipe and reload are necessary. Do a quick search for "javaloader" and you should find what you need.

I also find that sometimes, when loading new software, I'm not patient enough, and needed to wait longer. How long are you watching it hourglass? Sometimes it takes a while...usually longer than you'd need/like.
Yeah, patience can certainly be the key, particularly with Verizon units for which everything takes twice as long as it should.....
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