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Registered: ‎05-01-2011
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How to identify mis-behaving startup app?

I've probably changed something but for the life of me don't know what. When booting up my Bold 9780 I get an error message informing me that an app "!" is terminating because it has been denied email permissions. The only problem is that I don't know which app is doing this. Is ther any way to catch this? And, shouldn't RIM insist on certain standards when accepting an app for the app store - like it identifying itself in error messages?


Any bright ideas would be appreciated.

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Re: How to identify mis-behaving startup app?

Hi fatzDomingo



It is not easy to guess which application is causing this error , But you can do that , On your Homescreen Go to Options > Device > Application Management > On that screen highlight an application > Press the menu key then Edit Permission >  Beside User Data = make sure it is set to Allow , or press the menu key > Expand > then scroll down to Email and check if it is set to Allow ,


In this way you may have to check each application that you have on your device to know which application is causing this error during startup.


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