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Registered: ‎07-29-2008
My Device: Passport, Playbook, 9320BES
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Re: App error Message

 


whiteknightspin21 wrote:

I recent recieved my Torch 9800, and have download a game from my service provider, however when i try to activate it i get this error message

 

Error starting glumobileltd_f_blackberry9500_de_en_fr_it_pt_lotrdefence_v1_0_0:

Module 'glumobileltd_f_blackberry9500_de_en_fr_it_pt_lotrdefence_v1_0_0' attempts to access a secure A

 

I've download other gamnes to see if would have the same problem, byt they have run fine. I've been in contact with my service provider, but have received no satisfactory answers from them, so I am hopinbg some one here might be able to help.

 

Thank You


 

hello whiteknightpin21,

 

do you have the 523 error message ?




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Registered: ‎03-17-2011
My Device: Blackberry 8520 Curve
My Carrier: 353487048347761

Re: app error 523 message

what is the old thirdly part?how do i found that?

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Registered: ‎01-25-2010
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My Carrier: mts

Re: app error 523 message

thank you ! worked for me!!

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Registered: ‎01-10-2011
My Device: BlackBerry Bold 9700

Re: app error 523 message

John:

Will this wiping process clear the phonebook, messages(SMS/Emails), pictures etc. as well?

Nitin

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Registered: ‎01-10-2011
My Device: BlackBerry Bold 9700

Re: app error 523 message

Can we install OS 6 in BB Bold 9700? Will it have any negative impact if we do so?

Nitin

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Re: app error 523 message

@nitau_gg
yes the 9700 is designed to support OS6 comfortably. The negative impact may occur if you have a preference for the OS5 home screen, and if you wish to, you will have to download the ringtones from OS5..



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Re: app error 523 message

Thanks Xandrex!

" The negative impact may occur if you have a preference for the OS5 home screen"

--------- I think you're talking about the personal preference. I'm worried from the technical perspective. Is BB Bold 9700 designed to run OS 6? As I understand, BB Bold 9700 has an on-board memory of 256MB, whereas BB Bold 9780 comes with 512 MB (OS 6 has enhanced Graphical User Interface which might demand more memory). So, will OS 6 make my BB Bold 9700 slower?

Nitin

 

Guru I
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Re: app error 523 message

@nitau_gg

 

the 9700 was designed to support OS5 and OS6. On the other hand, the 9000 was designed to support OS5 only, and though OS6 was released for the 9000, I would not recommend using OS6 on it.

 

But for your 9700, I advise you to install OS6. You will benefit from bugfixes, as well as the new WebKit browser. The drawback is that you will have less space to install applications. But you will not experience any speed decrease while using your device.




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My Device: BlackBerry Bold 9700

Re: app error 523 message

Thanks Xandrex!

Can we increase the on-board memory to 512MB or more in BB Bold 9700 without any impact on the device?

 

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Re: app error 523 message

the memory you are refering to cannot be increased on BlackBerry smartphones.
You can add memory card, but they can only be used for storing data. Not usable for OS and application files. Sorry.



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