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amirmqs
Posts: 18
Registered: ‎07-22-2010
My Device: Storm2 9550

uncaught exception: Java.lang.Error

I had been getting this (uncaught exception: Java.lang.Error)  message for a long time on my Torch 9860 but of late my battery has died, after buying an original battery the same thing happens - I switch it on and after a minute or so it just switches off on its own. now what to do, please guide.

 

Amir

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peter_strange
Posts: 19,610
Registered: ‎07-14-2008
My Device: Not Specified

Re: uncaught exception: Java.lang.Error

Since this doesn't appear to be a Java development question, I'm going to ask for this to be moved to here:

http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/BlackBerry-Torch-Smartphone/bd-p/torch

 

However my suspicion in this case is that for the Java.lang.error you have installed an application on your phone that is taking a turn for the worse.  Regarding battery failure, sorry no idea, that does seem odd.  You should check the battery indicator on the Home screen.   But I'm sure you will get more in the Torch forum. 

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knottyrope
Posts: 30,785
Registered: ‎06-25-2008
My Device:

I'm rockin the BlackBerry Passport, Z30, Z10, Q10, BlackBerry Mini Stereo Speaker, 64 gig PlayBook, BlackBerry Wireless Headset HS-700

My Carrier: I am on AT&T. Please edit your Personal Profile with your DEVICE TYPE, DEVICE OS and Carrier

Re: uncaught exception: Java.lang.Error

On device go to Options, Device, Application Management is a great way to see what your apps are doing with your CPU usage on Smartphone. Just slide top bar to CPU and see what is going on. Also touch the CPU menu to see other time variables. I found out that an app was eating away CPU cycles on mine

Disable Compression on media card? go to Options, Device, Storage

using a custom theme? try it for a day the factory default one to rule out your theme

remember the esc key closes most apps, except for GPS and some chat clients. the other apps need to use menu and then exit or close. The farthest key to the right is a home key and does not close any apps per se but will end calls.

 




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