I have blackberry 8310 (at&t), but one day my curve reboot it self and show this error 'JVM Error 547 flash write failed. Scroll for available commands"
can some one help me with this "JVM error" please :17:
I've try anything but no luck...
1. using JL_cmd (not connected) :aargh4:
2. upgrade OS (still the same error) :aargh4:
3. down grade to OS 4.2 (no luck) :aargh4:
Yes, I can get connect to a computer and I can load an OS. but I can't wipe with JL_CMDr, said some thing like "no port found" but yes I can load an OS by DM or apploader.
The error shows when starting device, when time glass show then the error message popup with that comment
I've try that one too,but cannot connect, same problem with jl_cmdr. but yesterday i've try to downgrade again the OS to 4.2, while apploader sait "connecting to jvm, wait for device..." (the one that try to connect the device), my device always reboot it self (about 2scnd loading and reboot) again...again...again......(never ending story)
To me, it sounds like a straight-up hardware issue. The problem with Flash Memory is, it has a finite lifespan (only so many read/write cycles). This, coupled with the fact that the 8310 is a rather old model; has be convinced that one of the Flash chips inside may have simply worn out.
The error was something akin to Windows bluescreening when it attempts to write to a failing hard drive.
First....If JL_cmder isn't connecting but your still able to load an OS that doesn't make much sense....even if you plug in and it looks as though JL_cmder isn't connected just stay plugged in and go through the motions of a wipe command with JL_cmder and you might be surprised.
Secondly....try and scroll down through the list of options it gives you when you get the error message and look for "Secure Mode" if it gives you this as an option select it and you should be able to do a secure mode reset at the next screen possibly and you might be all set to connect with JL_cmder and do a low level wipe and reinstall after this.
Third....If you don't have that option or that doesn't work look for (get out your glasses the text will prolly be small) "delete persistent store" and "reduce heap stack 6.5 Mb" execute both options.....your user data will bet lost FYI...if none of these options work than read the rest of my post:
Fourth.......I'd 2nd the motion that you MAY have fatal hardware issues...the only other thing I can think of is that if you have a microSD card installed.... take it out and give it another try. I doubt that's the case but you may get lucky, only a few things it could be when "flash memory" is referenced; the on-board "flash" memory (RAM) or your expandable flash memory (microSD card) is bad....you could have bad onboard RAM chip or bad memory card reader circuitry along with a faulty mini USB port on your device possibly.