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Registered: ‎07-23-2008
My Device: Torch 9850/ Playbook
My Carrier: VerizonWireless

Re: jvm error 545

Hi nikkip99 and welcome to the forums!


Good answer the error is software related. I have attached a KB on resolving the problem, it contains multiple links to other resources as well.




KB12077 "JVM error 545" appears on the BlackBerry smartphone

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Posts: 1
Registered: ‎11-13-2013
My Device: Black Berry Bold 9900
My Carrier: BlackBerry

Re: jvm error 545

hello, i have been facing the 'jvm error 545' for 2 days now. ive tried everything, ive tried duing a file system dump but every time it is almost loading it tells me that there was an error and they can not complete the process. so i tried generating a support log but it tells me the same thing. is there any other way i could download jvm or repair my phone without having to format or update my blackberry, or is there any way i could back up my files while it has the jvm problem because i have important files that i do not wanna have to risk losing. reply asap please for any possible solution

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Posts: 3
Registered: ‎09-26-2011
My Device: 9900
My Carrier: Optus

Re: jvm error 545

I'm sorry to say that I only managed to fix this by using the warranty which involved getting a replacement phone.


I have now finally given up on Blackberry. After 10 years of sticking through thick and thin I felt enough was enough, I've been through 6 (old style) Blackberry Bolds in 2 years and a 3 Bold 9900s in a year, I've had enough.


Now, I just wish someone would invent a Samsung S4 with a real keyboard. Save yourself the heartache and ditch it is my advice

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