09-25-2007, 12:53 PM
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Originally Posted by ManiacDan
John is right, the "system logs" just allow Google to hook into the phone dialing. Like a system hook for a regular operating system.
Your third error occurred when you said "No" I assume. When the blackberry OS encounters an error it "throws an exception." An exception is a specialized type of error that the system can pass to the software that caused the error, letting the software know exactly what type of error and sometimes how to fix it. In this case, the google mail application failed to properly "catch" the exception that was thrown, so the system took over. It closed Google maps and displayed the raw content of the message to you. In this particular case, you'll see that it was a "ControlledAccessException" which means that the google app was trying to get somewhere it wasn't allow to be.
You've probably seen exception errors like that before, and a guarantee you'll see them again. Go ahead and let the google apps access your system hooks, it's very handy.
Sir, that explanation was worthy of the slow clap. =3
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