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App world not working
On my 9900 when I try to download or go to my world through appworld it gives me the 'please wait' message and freezes. Anybody got this problem also? Any help? I tried uninstalling then reinstall but same problem!
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- CrackBerry User
08-15-2011, 06:06 AM #4
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I definitely have the same issues. I switched from the 9630 so an OS5 device. I also lost my bbm and had to reload it through appworld through my laptop. I was on with telus tech support for over an hour. I even security wiped the device which apparently works. Didn't for me. Its still not working and the rep said about the only thing you can do now is wait for an OS update that will fix the glitch.
- 08-15-2011, 06:27 AM #5
make sure ur old device is off
load a new os (I loaded the Vodaphone one)
I loaded it after having the same issues with Telus on .261
When it boots it'll ask you for your BBID, and then when you go into appworld, it'll ask you if you want to switch PINs to your new device.
- 08-15-2011, 09:17 AM #6
Had the same problem. I loaded the .296 OS and it worked after. I'm guessing the device switch on Blackberry desktop brought over something from OS6 that OS7 didn't like.The abused: 8703-8130-8330-9630-9800-9900-Z10
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- 08-15-2011, 09:28 AM #7
agreed..what I think the issue is
when you bring over all databases from OS6 it corrupts the Blackberry ID database that OS7 uses for everything and then you are dead.
Do a wipe, load down the new OS. Let it do its basic setup, log into appworld, etc. and get your apps downloaded.
Then do a selective restore just what you need..messages, wlan, memos, sounds etc. leave out any options, etc.
That should keep it clean and working. It is a real pain and a miss by RIM that there is a big OS6-OS7 bug but that is how I fixed it