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wildsidexbox 09-10-2014 08:20 PM

I seem to have lost my instant messaging icon
 
I can't find my instant messaging icon anywhere. there is nothing in the instant messaging folder either. How do I get that back? I have a curve. Thanks.

ZombieBerry 09-10-2014 11:46 PM

Re: I seem to have lost my instant messaging icon
 
Like a legacy device? 93xx? What IM app are you looking for? Yahoo, BBM, Google Chat? They should be there under you apps. Could also be hidden for some strange reason as well. You can select show all from the main screen with the menu button.
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wildsidexbox 09-11-2014 01:46 PM

Re: I seem to have lost my instant messaging icon
 
Thanks Zombie but it seems I lost my defualt texting app because I get uncaught exception: java.lang.nvllpointer exception error when booting. I guess I have to reload the operating system, I have tried pulling the battery and a few other things but nothing brings back my texting

wildsidexbox 09-11-2014 07:00 PM

Re: I seem to have lost my instant messaging icon
 
I fixed it, I ended up uninstalling and reinstalling the OS. then restoring all data, all is good now. Thanks.

1. connect your phone via USB
2. Backup all important contents with the blackberry desktop manager by clicking device>restore
3. Back up all 3rd party applications using bbsak by selecting the back up app option
4. install the OS on your windows computer like any other normal sofware, when done go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader look for a file "vedor.xml" and delete it
5.remove the battery den plug the phone via USB to the computer go to C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader and click on the application "apploader.exe"
6.after it has detecting your PIN click next/continue select all the components of the OS you want and click next/contiune
7. The installation will begin be careful not to disconnect the phone while it is installing
8. when it gets to the part of "trying to reconnect to JVM" insert the battery back into the phone
9.once the installation is completed use the same process to restore your applications back to the phone and also to restore the backed up data from the blackberry desktop manager


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