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Old 04-25-2006, 10:54 AM   #61 (permalink)
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Old 04-25-2006, 10:57 AM   #62 (permalink)
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Follow the link in d_fisher's sig. It is part of the JL_Cmder zip file I believe.
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Old 05-03-2006, 02:01 PM   #63 (permalink)
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Just wanted to say thanks. I am a first time BB user, just having purchased a 8700g and I love it. i was looking for an app to take screen shots and yours did the trick. Once again thanks for taking the time to put it up here and put it together.
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Old 05-03-2006, 03:14 PM   #64 (permalink)
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I used the JL_Cmder program to wipe a BB handheld we've been having problems with.

I try to now reload both the latest OS and the previous OS from BB/Nextel's site and I keep getting the following error:

A fatal error has occurred while updating your device's software. Please try again.

Unable to communicate with the radio hardware. Please ensure that a charged battery is installed in the device and try the loading operation again. [P:0x0000000F]

It gets to the part where it's trying to connect to the bootROM and then displays the above... 3rd step in App Loader...

PLEASE HELP!
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Old 05-03-2006, 03:50 PM   #65 (permalink)
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I used the JL_Cmder program to wipe a BB handheld we've been having problems with.

I try to now reload both the latest OS and the previous OS from BB/Nextel's site and I keep getting the following error:

A fatal error has occurred while updating your device's software. Please try again.

Unable to communicate with the radio hardware. Please ensure that a charged battery is installed in the device and try the loading operation again. [P:0x0000000F]

It gets to the part where it's trying to connect to the bootROM and then displays the above... 3rd step in App Loader...

PLEASE HELP!
I would suggest uninstaling the BB deskto manager and any OS's you have installed. Redownload everything again. Wipe your BB again and try reinstalling again. If you still have problems, you may have a hardware related issue.
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If you're using a laptop or a Dell Desktop, make sure you're using a fully powered USB port (usually one on the Back). Might have run you battery down.

Hope this helps.
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Old 05-04-2006, 07:11 AM   #67 (permalink)
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If you're using a laptop or a Dell Desktop, make sure you're using a fully powered USB port (usually one on the Back). Might have run you battery down.

Hope this helps.
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Even though the second battery I put in it was fully charged?

I'll try using a USB port off the board... I was using one of the two on the front... it is USB 2.0 and I thought Dell had washed their hands of the extra USB port power issues??
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Tried it and no success... I am thinking it's a radio hardware issue.

I'm going to call Nextel/Blackberry whenever they get in this morning, 9EST.

Thanks for your help.
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wow. you guys are truly lifesavers. i stupidly unplugged while it was updating and jacked up the firmware. at least that's what i think i did. of course, it's 1 am and i have to leave on a trip tomorrow, errrr...this morning at 4:30 and desperately needed this thing working on the trip.
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great tool, d_fisher, thank you for sharing it
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what a great little script - I have been after something like this for a while - nice one!
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Excellent tool. This will really help my team on the help desk to create how to's for our users. Thanks a million
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C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>C:\JL_Cmder\javaloader.exe -u wipe
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Connecting to device...Error: unable to open port

this si with my 8700c that only knows the 2 blink on the LED.... how can i fix it???
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C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>C:\JL_Cmder\javaloader.exe -u wipe
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Connecting to device...Error: unable to open port

this si with my 8700c that only knows the 2 blink on the LED.... how can i fix it???
Do you have either the BlackBerry Desktop Manager or Device Manager installed? Both of these will install the required BlackBerry drivers onto your PC. make sure that when installing either one of these applications that the BlackBerry is NOT connected to the PC.

If the drivers are installed properly and JL_Cmder still can not communicate with the BlackBerry, you may have a hardware related problem. Contact your service provider.
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yes its all setup and works perfectly with my 7290, 7100t and other 8700 devices around my workplace. also, i guess i should mention i am getting the A:0x0000000E error message within desktop managers apploader application when trying to go through there...although it does bring up PIN:Unknown before saying it cant connect.
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yes its all setup and works perfectly with my 7290, 7100t and other 8700 devices around my workplace. also, i guess i should mention i am getting the A:0x0000000E error message within desktop managers apploader application when trying to go through there...although it does bring up PIN:Unknown before saying it cant connect.
Your device has a serious problem. Last time I saw the PIN:Unknown from the AppLoader I had to get the handheld replaced.
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Your device has a serious problem. Last time I saw the PIN:Unknown from the AppLoader I had to get the handheld replaced.
This is exactly where I'm at. It shows PIN:Unknown but I can't get anything to connect (javaloader.exe or the DM). I have 2 blinks also and I know the PC is recognizing it somewhat because when I plug and unplug, the computer makes that USB connect/disconnect sound through the speakers so it's detecting something.

Also, my RIM used to have a code w/ one blink and then 3 blinks and then a long pause before repeating and it would not make the computer do the sound when plugging it up...but now it's getting 2 blinks so I assume something changed for the better (as at least the computer sees something now).

This 6230 was working fine. Started having issues having to reload from a back up one time and then it started messing up (don't recall exact details...it's been months since I've used it. I've only had it for a few months w/ only a month of it actually working...it's been a paper weight since! )


This is me to a "T" except I'm using a 6230:
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C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>C:\JL_Cmder\javaloader.exe -u wipe
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Connecting to device...Error: unable to open port

this is with my 8700c that only knows the 2 blink on the LED.... how can i fix it???
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I know this is not what your going to want to hear, but I think your device is toast. Every time I have had this error, I had to get the handheld replaced. You should be able to find a 6230 on Ebay pretty cheap.
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this is an awesome app, only thing is I can't get it to work.

I can't connect to the device...I have all the software installed but still can't connect to it..

any ideas?
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If you connect the BlackBerry to the PC can the Desktop Manager see and connect to the handheld? If not, uninstall BDM, reboot, reinstall. Make sure the BalckBerry is not connected during the install.

Do any of the functions work? Is it just the screenshot that is not working? If so, your handheld is probably not running handheld OS 4.0.2 or higher. The screenshot function does not work on OS 3.x or 4.0.0.

Is the handheld using a serial connection? If so, you will have to modify the batch file as it is configured to access a USB connection only at the moment.
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