We’ll go over some more specific problems tomorrow. I have to say, put yesterday’s advice to quick use. Got Error 507. Boooooo. In the past few days we’ve gone over general ways to help fix a BlackBerry stuck with an error code. First we talked about reloading the OS, and then went over a more complex method if your BlackBerry doesn’t connect to your computer. Even with that method, though, you still might not find success. The BlackBerry can be a wonky device at times, and while these general solutions should work, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they will. If you continue to find yourself stuck after the second method, there’s hope yet. It’s a much more advanced method, though there are only a few steps. Again, I would not recommend this to beginners. If you’re familiar with your computer and your BlackBerry, by all means give it at try. If you’re tentative, though, it might be time to have someone else take a look at your device. First, you’ll need to download the BlackBerry Java Development Kit. Check this post for more information. Once you’ve done that, find the javaloader.exe file and move it to the c: directory. Then go to Run and type cmd.exe. You should get the command prompt. At that point type in: c:javaloader -usb wipe That should take care of the wipe. From there you should be able to go back through and reinstall everything the normal way. Thanks to this thread for much information in this recent series.
Advanced solution for a BlackBery you can’t recover
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