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  1. curlin31's Avatar
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    Angry net_rim_bbapi_push error - Help?!?

    I get this error message ALL THE TIME after boot up, and then periodically throughout the day "The application net_rim_bbapi_push has attempted to open an internal connection which is not allowed by your IT policy." I understand that I'm bound to get messages like these since I'm on BES, but I at least now what applications are causing the other errors. I have no idea where this is rooting from. I know that it's a module, but have no clue what app or app sparks it to cause an error. Any ideas, or experience with this?

    p.s. I've already searched the forums for solutions and found nothing.

    Thanks
  2. Phill_UK's Avatar
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    Your company have obviously placed an IT Policy on your device, which is restricting access to an app.

    To fnd out which app, just check Options > Security > Security Status Information > Services

    You now have 3 options...

    1) Live with the error and keep your job
    2) Remove the app causing the error
    3) Remove the IT Policy and risk losing your job

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    Last edited by Phill_UK; 04-23-11 at 05:39 AM.
  3. Zoltan Rab's Avatar
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    Hi, hope it helps:
    Go to Options -> Applications.
    From the drop down, select Core (apps).
    Scroll down to Phone.
    Hit the menu buttong & select Edit Default Permissions.
    Change all permissions to Allow.
  4. samssi's Avatar
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    Hello!

    Your company have obviously placed an IT Policy on your device, which is restricting access to an app.
    I got this same message for several days now, but its a personal phone.
    Nothing installed or uninstalled, as far as I know

    To fnd out which app, just check Options > Security > Security Status Information > Services
    and the list there, is ... empty

    Any-chance to solve this annoying thing, without losing everything?

    Thanks for your attention

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