08-19-2009 10:35 PM
Solved! Go to Solution.
08-20-2009 11:04 AM
09-08-2009 12:10 AM
I have the same problem. I know many others have experienced the same thing, yet it doesn't seem enough blackberry users have had this problem for it to be a noticable issue that needs to be fixed. IT renders the application world useless. I have heard that Blackberry has pointed the finger at Paypal and vice versa when people have complained about this error code: 10000. It doesn't make sense that you can get a free application from the app world, yet when you want to give blackberry (or whoever) your money for your app, you can't. Someone needs to create an update and it might have to be blackberry but someone needs to fix this problem and I have such faith in blackberry at the moment - I hope they don't let these users down. What's then keeping users from switching to the iPhone???
I love my BlackBerry and I don't plan on getting rid of it, yet I am not able to get my phone to perform to its true potential.
09-08-2009 07:28 AM
09-30-2009 05:30 PM
12-20-2009 01:34 PM
In my case, the Error 10000 was due to a DigitalRiver problem. DigitalRiver is an e-commerce company that provides support for the BlackBerry App World, and many other web shops like that of VMWare and BYKI. Sending them a support request explaining that I had a problem with many DigitalRiver-powered e-shops caused them to solve my problem. Now I can use the App World without changing PayPal accounts.
I also warned PayPal that this was the cause of the problem, since they obviously thought it was linked to their transaction security risk model system.
09-30-2011 10:47 AM
09-30-2011 11:42 AM
Hi there Weve done all these, what next? Nothing seems to work? We want to buy apps! Come on someone out there should have a solution ! Thank you
This thread is a bit dated...the most recent information on that error code is here:
Hopefully it contains something useful to your situation!