03-17-2013 09:54 AM
03-26-2013 05:17 AM
I am also getting this on my Blackberry 9000 for the last few days and it is driving me mad! I dont know what it is trying to connect to and have trouble getting rid of it. I also get an error come up on its own for rcp2.eu.blackberry.com. To get out of it I accepted and got transferred to key store which then asked for a password. How do I undo any updates from Blackberry messenger which have caused this - have had the phone for ages and only now getting the problem
03-26-2013 09:42 AM - edited 03-26-2013 09:43 AM
If you are asked for a keystore password, just use any easy passwort you can remember, or, if you already have a device password use the same for the keystore.
The keystore stores your certificates, and, if you are asked to assign a password, it seems you or an application needs to install a certifacte. This is normal if you keystore had no password and you had no certificates installed previously.
Also try to install the needed root certificates like I outlined here:
dont know, if this helps in your case, but it wont make things worse.
03-28-2013 04:56 AM
Got series of instructions to follow and was told it was not BBM7 that was the problem - have gone through these and waiting to see if it has solved the problem - looks good so far. Instructions were from prince2012 - not sure how I can send these to you but maybe you can find them in the forum? It involved re registering my BB with my wireless network then sending service books for my e mail accounts.
03-28-2013 06:29 PM
To download bbm6 I got a link from twitter help @BlackberryHelp which directed me to:
http<colon><slashslash>t<dot>co<slash>bXOjXDX (repair before using as I can't post the proper link here).
That might have been a surrogate and I'm not sure it'll work for you but it might be worth a try.
It should take you to something like:
This won't work from your desktop I think but it might do directly from your phone.
4 weeks ago
it worked for me, but sending via Outlook to my phone was a challenge as outlook blocked the certificate. Got round it by sending from on line email system.
4 weeks ago
the solution is in this article from the BlackBerry public knowledge base:
KB33968 "You are attempting to open a secure connection, but the server's certificate chain is not valid." displayed after upgrading to BlackBerry Messenger 7.0.X on the BlackBerry smartphone