Java error msg every time at boot up...
I've had this error msg almost since day one... never really bothered me and I could never figure out why I had it... but I'd thought I'd try this forum... :afro:
This is the error msg I receive at boot up:
I just always click Ok and go on my merry way... occasionally some apps fail to start and display the same error msg but I just click ok again and run the app again and it always works... it's more of an annoyance than anything but it'd be nice if I could get rid of it... I've tried everything from doing a blank OS firmware install and having my BES profile completely deleted and recreated... nothing works... I may get occasional boot ups w/o the error msg but 99% of the time I do get the error msg... :headache:
Any of you have any clues as to how I can get rid of it?
Got this from the blackberry website:
java.lang.IllegalStateException after a hard reset of the BlackBerry device
* BlackBerry? device
* BlackBerry Device Software 4.0 and 4.1
You receive the following message on the BlackBerry device after performing a hard reset:
Uncaught Exception: java.lang.IllegalStateException
Additionally, you might experience any of the following symptoms:
* All browser icons (including the Internet Browser, the BlackBerry Browser, and the WAP Browser) are hidden.
* The browser icons are present, but do not function.
* A browser does not launch when you click a hyperlink in an email message.
This occurs within the BlackBerry Browser module when Content Protection is enabled.
This has been addressed in future versions of the BlackBerry Device Software.
A download is provided for manual installation of the current BlackBerry Device Software version.
Download the ALX files for BlackBerry Desktop Manager and BlackBerry Enterprise Server Handheld Manager deployment, as well as the .jad file for wireless installation.
For instructions to how to install the file on your BlackBerry device, see the Developer Knowledge Base on blackberry.com and search for DB00041.
Please contact your service provider for additional information regarding BlackBerry Device Software releases.
Hmm, that's for old OS versions... I would have hoped they fixed it by the time of the Storm... O.o In any case, I will try it now...
I just Googled your error code, and thats what came up.
Originally Posted by Ukyo
Nope... that didn't work... =T
Ok, it is indeed the content protection thing... I disabled it and now I do not receive the error at boot up. Thanks for the help Shane!
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