11-23-2011 04:31 PM
I've just got a blackberry bold 9780 recently ..and from my mobile browser i tried to download app world and facebook application but it wont let me, and for both it comes up with..... 'A communication failure has occurred. The server may be busy, please try again later'
But the same thing keeps happening over and over
I'm using WIFI to connect to the internet and access my mobile browser by the way.
I previously had the facebook app installed and it worked but it started coming up with that error message so i deleted it- tried to re-intsall it, but i cant even install now!
Can anyone help me on what to do please?? How to solve this issue? ...I have noo idea what to do ...Thank youu! x
12-27-2011 01:24 AM
i've had this problem for so long, i just started turning off wifi the second it starts happening. :-( today i was near the desktop when it started messing up, so i thought i'd look it up on google. i have seen a few posts that say "some routers work, some routers don't", but only one that said something like "you must configure your Wireless N router to work only as a Wireless G router, or you will have problems. OS 4.5 will not have the problem either way". i'm sorry i don't have the solution for you. this is RIM's fault, so they need to fix it. i really hope they provide an update for my device soon. it really sucks that i HAVE wifi, but i don't always REALLY have wifi!!!!! :-(
as low as their popularity has gotten because they refused to stay on the cutting edge and be competitive, i'm already thinking of googling "top smartphone 2011" and finding something that actually works all the time. they even started me with Blackberry Messenger, but if someone else doesn't have a blackberry, i can't talk to them! grrr! their only hope is to fix our problems and keep us happy, or they'll end up falling further than they already have. sigh.
ok, enough ranting. if someone solves this, can you please reply and let us know? thank you very much! :-)
i'm running 6.0 Bundle 1879 (v22.214.171.1248, Platform 126.96.36.199). i don't know what that means, but if its helpful to someone else reading this, then there you are. also, my router is a Cisco E3000
12-27-2011 01:28 AM