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"The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

Today after i turned on my dev alpha device, i saw this screen, and i couldn't enter the OS, what to do? Did anybody alse meet this?

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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

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Others have had this issue this week. 

What has worked for others is to shut down and reboot your DevAlpha device, and the message should clear. 

Some have had to do this a few times. 

Remember, these devices were set for a "dead date" which was extended to the end of this year. 



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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

It will re-appear on daily basis. But restart helps.
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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

Yes, it worked. Thanks! When you see this, just press the power/standy button until the device resets.
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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

You're welcome. Good luck.


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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

is a permanent solution on the way? I am sure it is, just wondering if it is expected soon.

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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

I really don't know what permanent might be coming, but remember the DevAlpha devices will expire permanently at some point in the future, probably after the first of the year. 



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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

Sorry yes, i just meant more permanent, my device alpha has yet to be fixed by a hard reset, ill keep at it though thanks.

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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?

Are you still having issues or have the Hard Resets resolved your issues?

 

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Graham

 

 

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Re: "The blackberry 10 dev alpha device program has ended"? what is wrong?


vingilot wrote:

Sorry yes, i just meant more permanent, my device alpha has yet to be fixed by a hard reset, ill keep at it though thanks.


RIM has stated yesterday they are aware of this issue and looking to fix it.



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