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Old 07-07-2006, 07:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just upgraded to Telstra the other day on my 8700g. It works perfectly (better reception, actually) except for one annoying error message that comes up only when I do a battery pull or have to reboot after an installation/uninstallation of an application. The error popup says:

"Uncaught Exception: java.lang.NullPointerException"

I click OK and it goes away, everything works fine. This error message doesn't come up if I power off and back on; only when there's a reboot/battery pull.

Does anyone have any idea what might be causing this and how I can fix it? Not detrimental by any means, but it is a bit bothersome.

Thanks in advance.
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Do you have other programs installed. Probably related to one of them trying to load on a reboot.
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Have a ton of them installed, but I didn't install any new third party apps after the Telstra update, and it specifically started doing it afterwards. Is there any way to pinpoint which app it is w/o having to delete and reinstall all of them?
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Have a ton of them installed, but I didn't install any new third party apps after the Telstra update, and it specifically started doing it afterwards. Is there any way to pinpoint which app it is w/o having to delete and reinstall all of them?

Is Pocket Day one of them. Start with that.
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Yes. Deleting and reinstalling now... any specific reason why you first pinpointed PD, or is this part of a thread in the Telstra update section that I missed? Thanks. Will yelp for help if that's not it.
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