03-19-2012 09:45 AM
04-03-2012 12:31 PM
06-19-2012 08:18 AM
help!! I am trying to update now and its prompting me for a password, which ive never heard of before.. its down to the final try and it says it will erase ALL programs and date if i fail... what to do?? i cannot lose my files!! please help
10-30-2012 02:21 PM - edited 10-30-2012 02:22 PM
ok so the phone was working fine and i wanted to update my phone (new) and halfway through desktop manager suddenly the program stopped working, and now im left with this stupid error 200 after taking half an hour to startup. i cant even use the bloody phone. I cant even connect to the bloody device and now im going to send it back to the store. no more blackberry for me
01-13-2013 06:40 PM - edited 01-13-2013 06:46 PM
APP ERROR 200 RESET: JOHN'S "COD REMOVE" FIX
I just wanted to share my fix method for this very annoying error. It's not said that it's going to work for everybody, but at least it's one more solution for you to try if you're desperate and btw it's also much safer than a full OS re-install.
Basically, after installing some new apps, my phone showed up the infamous "App Error 200 Reset" white screen. I tried to connect the phone via the BlackBerry Desktop Software (7.1), but it always gave me a connection error and the only thing that would let me do was to update to a fresh OS install, nothing else. So because I couldn't do any sort of backup of the phone in the meanwhile, I didn't go for this solution: I was just terrified to lose precious personal data during the OS update process.
So what I did instead was to:
1) Take out SIM and MicroSD (just out of safety)
2) Connect my BlackBerry Bold 9700 via USB
3) Open BBSAK software (1.9.2)
4) Click "Modify CODs" Tab
5) Click "Read System" Button
6) Select from the COD list the latest apps, installed just before the "App Error 200" appeared
7) Click "Remove COD(s)"
8) Disconnect BlackBerry from USB
9) Perform a nice battery pull
Result: the phone rebooted fine, the error was gone and all my contacts, apps, notes, SMS, calendar appointments, tasks, etc. were just as I left them!!! So I think that probably in some cases it's just some nasty apps that are preventing the OS to boot correctly. The process should be 100% safe, since from BBSAK you can even save and install the CODs you remove
Hope this can help, ciao!