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  1. f00fyf00fer's Avatar
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    Default 9700 OS 6 leak, big trouble for me

    Maybe not the worst case scenario, but look at these screens, totally not what i was expecting to say the least

    Any ideas on what to do?
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    Go in through bbsak and delete the tmobile stock theme.

    also please post future issues in the OS LEAK/BETA forum. This issue has already been reported there.
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    same thing is happening to mien! i don't know what to do? can someone please post step by step instructions?
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    what is bbsak and how do you get there? sorry for noob question
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    I think this is your fix:

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffreii View Post
    modify .cods/remove .cods

    Remove these:
    net_rim_theme_tmobile_BlackBerry6_480x360_b.cod
    net_rim_theme_tmobileeu_BlackBerry6_480x360_b.cod
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paintedeyes View Post
    what is bbsak and how do you get there? sorry for noob question
    Blackberry is a shortcut utility tool
    BlackBerry Swiss Army Knife (BBSAK) Version 1.7.0 Released | BlackBerryRocks.com

    Use with caution, it can cause some Havok if used incorrectly.


    If you want to do it the long way w/o using BBSAK go to
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\Shared\Loader Files\
    on your computer, then select your OS then open the "java" folder and delete the two files that are mentioned....

    then go to
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader
    delete the Vendor file and double click on the "app loader.exe".
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    Last edited by mjneid; 11-02-2010 at 11:21 AM.
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    removed the cods, phone is in the process of rebooting... hope this works

    EDIT: going through bbsak didn't work for me... maybe i did it wrong but, any other ideas?? Would wiping the phone and reloading the OS help?
    Last edited by crisrobiou; 11-02-2010 at 11:30 AM.
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    how did you remove the cods from the phone if you didn't use bbsak?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjneid View Post
    Just in case
    [10/16/10] BlackBerry Swiss Army Knife v1.8.5 - PPCGeeks


    Quote Originally Posted by pcgizmo View Post
    how did you remove the cods from the phone if you didn't use bbsak?
    There are some applications that do that, blackberry master control program, crackutil, vnbbutils, or the plain java loader command line. I think you could also try and delete the cods from the OS folder in your computer and see if they get deleted from the phone the next time you run apploader.
    Last edited by gbsn; 11-02-2010 at 11:40 AM.
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    What do we do if we already updated to OS6?

    I've also manually deleted those theme files...now how do I make it so make phone takes effect as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by theasianberryy View Post
    What do we do if we already updated to OS6?

    I've also manually deleted those theme files...now how do I make it so make phone takes effect as well?
    Follow the long steps that i posted.

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    My white screen issues are fixed. Now I'm getting "App Error 602" constantly
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    There is a whole thread on the issues with this build here:
    http://forums.crackberry.com/f95/lea...-fixes-545423/

    It's already several pages long. You might find more info there. There are reports on page 1 of this issue happening if you used Shrink-a-os, or manually edited out some of the files needed for the default themes. There is even a list of what files to check.

    In fact, the same thing happened to me first time I tried to shrink down an OS 5 build for my 9000.
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    Thread moved!
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    Sorry for the confusion, i did use BBSAK. what i meant was that it didn't solve the problem. I still have the white screen even after deleting the themecods. I just wiped the phone and reinstalled the os but the problem still persists.


    Quote Originally Posted by gbsn View Post
    Just in case
    [10/16/10] BlackBerry Swiss Army Knife v1.8.5 - PPCGeeks



    There are some applications that do that, blackberry master control program, crackutil, vnbbutils, or the plain java loader command line. I think you could also try and delete the cods from the OS folder in your computer and see if they get deleted from the phone the next time you run apploader.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kissmythoughts View Post
    The instructions that mjneid provided worked perfectly for me. Thanks!

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    No problem. Glad i could help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crisrobiou View Post
    Sorry for the confusion, i did use BBSAK. what i meant was that it didn't solve the problem. I still have the white screen even after deleting the themecods. I just wiped the phone and reinstalled the os but the problem still persists.
    If you reinstalled the OS w/o deleting those two files prior to installing the new OS, the problem will still remain. You need to delete those two files, to rid those themes.

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    Thank you mjneid! You directions worked great for my issue as well. Now I can enjoy OS 6. Again thank you!

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