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Old 09-08-2006, 07:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Uncaught Exception ApplicationRegistry.WaitFor Timeout

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My Blackberry 7290 with OS 4.1 crashed with an uncaught exception.
Out of the blue the email portion of it completely broke. No email messages are listed in the message list and if I try to View Folders or Compose Email, then I get this error: "Uncaught exception: ApplicationRegistry.waitFor (ox7491f7b6ae80681a) timeout"
Now the unit won't reconnect with the blackberry APN (the gprs entry in the top right of the screen) stays in lowercase.

In the log file I see the MessagingApp being the culprit. What can be wrong with it?

First entry in the stack is:

Is this an issue with 4.1.


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You can begin with a hard reset (pull the battery for a few sec's) but I doubt if it fixes this

Next I would do a clean wipe and new install. Go here BlackBerryOS 4.x Download FAQ - UPGRADE DOWNLOADS and pick you an OS. I use CSL as it works better on my 7290 YMMV.

Do a security wipe, then do a complete software wipe and start from scratch. Hopefully you are sync'ing with BES so you won't loose anything.
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