1. harperd's Avatar
    Can someone help me understand the event details below? Is "2147483648" a phone number or some sort of code? Thank you.

    Name: net.rim.tunnel
    GUID: 2da34e22fd710e8d
    Time: Mar 12, 2013 01:13:35
    NRea 1 -2147483648 38
    03-15-13 12:35 PM
  2. Branta's Avatar
    The source net.rim.tunnel hints at VPN tunneling although I'm not certain. That would tend to suggest it is unlikely to be a phone number. AFAIK nobody outside Blackberry support really knows how to interpret the logs.
    03-15-13 08:15 PM
  3. harperd's Avatar
    Thanks for the reply. Any idea how a phone number would present in the event log (Alt-LGLG)?
    03-16-13 02:36 PM
  4. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    A phone call appears like this:

    Name: PhoneApp
    GUID: dda0bc913b6aaeec
    Time: Mar 17, 2013 00:43:45
    OCC calling +17734XXXX61

    That wasn't edited. The phone number is displayed just as I posted.
    03-17-13 01:46 AM
  5. BigBadWulf's Avatar
    Here's a complete log from start to finish:

    #BlackBerry Event Log (cpt)
    #HwID: 0x5001204
    #DPIN: 0x330234e4
    #PVer: 5.1.0.606
    #AVer: 7.1.0.861
    E System - JVM:INFOp=330234e4,a='7.1.0.861',o='5.1.0.606',h=5 001204 - 3/17 00:49:56
    a System - AMGF net_rim_event_log_viewer_app(498) - 3/17 00:49:56
    a net.rim.smsui - MNS - 3/17 00:49:56
    a System - cphs 0 - 3/17 00:49:56
    a net.rim.smsui - MWOF - 3/17 00:49:56
    a net.rim.smsui - MRX - 3/17 00:49:56
    a net.rim.ribbon.systemstatus - New text:Lack of access is Jef's fault - 3/17 00:49:55
    a System - AMSF net_rim_bb_ribbon_app(86) - 3/17 00:49:53
    a System - AMFD net_rim_event_log_viewer_app(497) - 3/17 00:49:53
    a net.rim.appmon - ARM LF check elapsed time=481, FFree=97874864, FTrans=38406164, FThres=31457280 - 3/17 00:49:52
    a UI - GS-D 513f98f8 - 3/17 00:49:50
    a System - AMSF net_rim_event_log_viewer_app(497) - 3/17 00:49:50
    a UI - GS+Q2 513f98f8net.rim.device.apps.internal.ribbon.ui.App licationSwitcher - 3/17 00:49:49
    a System - AMSF net_rim_bb_ribbon_app(86) - 3/17 00:49:47
    a System - AMRB net_rim_bb_phone_app(104) - 3/17 00:49:47
    a net.rim.ribbon.coverage - Invoke = ServiceRouting 3 - 3/17 00:49:46
    a BBM - FPNT - 3/17 00:49:46
    a net.rim.bluetooth.hf - CDCU 7477 - 3/17 00:49:46
    a net.rim.bluetooth.hf - PNAD 1 - 3/17 00:49:46
    a AR: - RmvS Pid(104) PHO - 3/17 00:49:46
    a PhoneApp - dAct - 3/17 00:49:46
    a PhoneApp - EV_CALL_DISCONNECTED(7477) - 3/17 00:49:46
    a CC - Disc,7477 - 3/17 00:49:46
    a CC - Conf t-7477 - 3/17 00:49:46
    a PhoneApp - dAct - 3/17 00:49:46
    a CC - StopCall,7477 - 3/17 00:49:46
    a PhoneApp - ECBU 7477 - 3/17 00:49:46
    a net.rim.ribbon.systemstatus - New text:Lack of access is Jef's fault - 3/17 00:49:45
    a UI - GS-D a4d809b - 3/17 00:49:39
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - BSFN - 3/17 00:49:38
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - BSIM - 3/17 00:49:38
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - RSST - 3/17 00:49:38
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - BSFN - 3/17 00:49:38
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - BSIM - 3/17 00:49:38
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - RSST - 3/17 00:49:38
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - BSFN - 3/17 00:49:37
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - BSIM - 3/17 00:49:37
    a net.rim.device.api.io.nfc - RSST - 3/17 00:49:37
    a net.rim.ribbon.coverage - Invoke = ServiceRouting 2 - 3/17 00:49:36
    a UI - GS+Q2 a4d809bnet.rim.device.apps.internal.phone.api.Afte rDialToneHandler$DTMFPauseStatus - 3/17 00:49:36
    a CC - Ret,"false" - 3/17 00:49:36
    a CC - CallAction,7477,20,false - 3/17 00:49:36
    a CC - GetCallNumber,7477,"false","17734XXXX61" - 3/17 00:49:36
    a CC - GetCallNumber,7477,"false","17734XXXX61" - 3/17 00:49:36
    a CC - GetCallNumber,7477,"false","17734XXXX61" - 3/17 00:49:36
    a PhoneApp - EV_CALL_CONNECTED(7477) - 3/17 00:49:35
    a CC - Conn,7477 - 3/17 00:49:35
    a CC - Delivered,7477 - 3/17 00:49:35
    a AR: - AddS Pid(104) PHO - 3/17 00:49:35
    a AR: - RmvS Pid(76) A_PB - 3/17 00:49:35
    a CC - GetCallNumber,7477,"false","17734XXXX61" - 3/17 00:49:34
    a PhoneApp - EV_CALL_INITIATED(7477) - 3/17 00:49:34
    a PhoneApp - OCC calling +17734XXXX61 - 3/17 00:49:34
    a AR: - AddS Pid(104) A_PB - 3/17 00:49:34
    a CC - Init,7477 - 3/17 00:49:34
    a PhoneApp - sAct - 3/17 00:49:33
    a PhoneApp - EV_CALL_INITIATED(7477) - 3/17 00:49:33
    a CC - Ret,7477 - 3/17 00:49:33
    a CC - Conf t+7477 - 3/17 00:49:33
    a CC - StartCall,"+17734XXXX61",0 - 3/17 00:49:33
    a System - AMSF net_rim_bb_phone_app(104) - 3/17 00:49:33
    a System - AMRF net_rim_bb_phone_app(104) - 3/17 00:49:33
    a System - AMSF net_rim_bb_ribbon_app(86) - 3/17 00:49:32
    a System - AMRF net_rim_bb_ribbon_app(86) - 3/17 00:49:32
    a System - AMRF net_rim_bb_ribbon_app(86) - 3/17 00:49:32
    03-17-13 01:53 AM
  6. DT150's Avatar
    is anyone aware if event logs can be retrieved? i deseperately need to prove an application was accessed on my device at a certain day/time but only have one days worth of logs?? Thanks
    03-28-13 05:23 PM
  7. nadim31's Avatar
    You might be able to do a search. But usually it's the days log
    03-28-13 07:09 PM
  8. Phill_UK's Avatar
    The Event Log is only a 400kb file. Once it's full, older files get replaced with newer ones. So when they're gone, they're gone for good.
    03-28-13 08:59 PM

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