anyone with some experirence or suggestion for me to fix this problem??? the win7 doesn't even load loaer application for me to try and dm cant even connect to bootrom (always give error). [J:0x00000011] The update file Delete the application from your device, and then re-install the application. thanx and best wishes NB: when i leave the phone on, it loads with the "BLACKBERRY" logo and after sometime of having the bar loading to the end, i have "App Error 200. They knew this and still sold over 30,000 pcs to many peoples!!

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Then when the phone tried to reboot it didn't and all I get now is "App Error 200" with an option to reset, doing this and I get back to the error. I have tried to reconnect the phone to the the desktop software but of course as the phone hasn't started it wont connect, is there a way I can connect the phone to reload the software again ?

Now the phone is completely dead and any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

The fundamental problem with the Nuked Berry scenario is that because the device is stuck in a permanent reboot sequence or loop, when you attach it your computer via USB cable it simply connects and disconnects over and over and over again (you’ll just keep hearing that USB detected/unplugged noise) as the Black Berry turns on/off.

This makes using the Black Berry Desktop Manager software to reload your OS impossible as the device is only detected for a couple of seconds before the device shuts off (and is now undetected).

Download firmware 9900 OS Free File Hosting, Online Storage & File Upload with File Serve 1.1. my interest is with the file deletion and reloading. But when it says "reconnecting to JVM" y plug the battery in and then I get the following error: Aplication loader was unable to connect to your device.

how do i delete the said crypto file and how will it affect my phone in reloading the os. i have done that on my sp3 xp and win 7 and not success yet.

I plugged my 9790 into my PC to sync with desktop manager and was offered a software upgrade first. The Device Software update started and the back up went fine.

Software seemed to download ok but is now stuck during the install at ' Reconnecting to JVM'. The screen of the 9790 shows the clock although a reminder message came up which I cancelled - now back to the clock.

With a Nuked Berry, essentially the device turns on (red LED comes on for a few seconds), then you see the white screen with the hourglass of death, and then the display shuts off, the device shuts off, a few seconds go by and then it starts up and does the same thing again and again and again (it’ll do it for hours if you let it).

Over the past year I have arrived at this Nuked Berry scenario a few different ways: from installing a Black Berry theme that wasn’t appropriate for my device/OS version; from installing beta software that was majorily glitchy; and one time during an OS upgrade the installation failed (I think I had too many apps installed and the device ran out of memory when trying to reload the backed-up apps).

With pulling your Black Berry’s battery doing nothing to solve the problem and it being impossible to establish a link to your desktop, at this point if you called your carrier for support there’s a chance they’ll tell you your Black Berry is broken and that it’s time for a new one. Before reloading the operating system on a Nuked Black Berry, you need to make sure you have taken care of some basics: You can download the latest version of Black Berry Desktop Manager from the Black website, and you can find the latest Operating System available for your device from our Black Berry OS superpage.