Uncaught Exception java.lang.error
10-15-13 02:39 AM
- Hi everyone!
Well, this is my 1st major error with my 'Berry. I went into explorer, to the blackberry homepage, and saw that Yahoo! Messenger has a new version, 2.0, so I uninstalled the old, downloaded the new version, and rebooted.
Security checks passed, logged into my phone, and immediately got this error message after logging in:
Plus I didn't get an icon for messenger.
Ok, so I uninstalled it, rebooted (got the error message again), re-installed, and this time it didn't ask for the reboot. I check for the icon and it's still not there. Pulled the battery, and same error appears after logging into the phone. WTF??? Can anyone help??
Thanks in advance.10-24-07 06:44 PM
- I did EVERYTHING the same as you last night... and have the SAME exact issue. I've been searching high and low for some IT help or answers, but haven't had any luck yet... please help us! Any advice/suggestions would be appreciated. All I did was try to install the newer Yahoo messenger (never had an issue with the old one) and everything Lonnie described above happened to me, too. Thanks in advance!10-31-07 11:55 AM
- Hi guys:
Had same error when installing other program and the software tech support recommended to set the permission as follow:
Option -> Advance Option -> Application -> (Application that you have just installed) -> (Menu Button) -> Edit Permission -> Check (Set) Allow All (Check All) -> (Menu Button) -> Save -> Reset Device (Remove Battery & Restart) -> Now start the program
It worked on mine, hope it fix yours too. Good luck!10-31-07 05:02 PM
- FIgured it out, after deleting the application you have to hit,menu, modules, then fine the yahoo messenger module and delete that too. It prompts you to reboot, allow it and then re-install yahoo, then all should be fine. I've just done it and it works fine now.
Hope this helps, I'm only a newbie.10-31-07 05:45 PM
- I got it.
What you mean is :
1. After deleting the application, you will be asked to reboot. Allow that to happen.
2. After rebooting, go back to Options, advanced options, applications, menu (click thumb roller), Modules.
3. Scroll right down to the bottom of the modules list, and you should be able to see a net_rim_yahoo_messenger module. Delete that.
4. You will be asked to reboot. Allow it.
5. Re-install Yahoo Messenger again.
You should be able to use YM now.
cheers.11-01-07 09:49 AM
- Hey guys, thanks for the info about the new Yahoo messenger for blackberry . I have an extra question/request...can any one post a link to the service book for the new Yahoo messenger? the old service book is no good for the new version ...
The thing is, Yahoo messenger is supported by T-mobile but not by AT&T, so the service book has to be installed manually through the Backup/Restore option with us AT&T users...any help?
Thanks11-04-07 02:30 PM
- Disregard my request...here it is..enjoy
P.S.: it's not mine...this is just a link from another dude...called: Ophidian, so please give him credit...I'm just a messenger..
just add www to the previous to make it work...
You have to have an account with blackberryforums to download the file.
Enjoy..11-04-07 03:32 PM
- I am getting this error message only w/ Opera Mini. I have tried editing the permissions as suggested in an earlier post, but I am still getting it. I can use it for a little bit and then sure enough, the message pops up and kicks me off. Anyone have any suggestions on how to make Opera Mini work for more than just a few clicks? Thanks.12-01-07 05:09 PM
- 01-24-08 06:09 AM
- 8320 Users. You CANNOT delete the modules. I don't care what the techs tell you.
If you are a t-mobile customer (If you're not a t-mobile customer... keep reading), don't waste time on tech support. They can't help you either.
go to t-mobile.com/bbupgrade. This requires you to enter a valid phone number. Download the software for your phone. (ignore the stuff about version info. My version numbers matched, but this still worked.)
Its about 82MB. The installation package has a complete version of Yahoo, AIM and other stuff that wouldn't install on my BB.
If you are not a t-mobile customer, call RIM at (877)255-2377. They can lead you to your providers hidden location.
I hope this helps!03-25-08 09:45 PM
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