Thanks to whoever posted that fix. try downloading the app again maybe you have a wrong version or the phone may have a virus in it for the app to stop working.source: I`ve downloaded pocket minecraft for

i haven`t got the blackberry sign in the right hand corner, and my blackberry app world has gone? It does not contain enough information. They uninstalled all my applications and now I cant download anything. Personally, I don't think you need it.

Not a virus. I followed the below steps and all is well. 1. Hope you didn't spend any money on it. Please help RIM.

Your issue was caused when you ran the upgrade. Enter the word blackberry and then click on the button labeled Wipe Data. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm. Now here is the thing, I dont have a data plan of any kind with tmobile.

please check your internet connection and make sure it is active. Re installed appworld and it worked. Have you tried connecting to App World from a different location? thanks.source: I have blackberry 8320 and i cant open blackberry app world,,,,,,it says data service not operational.......i need help?

Again, my apologies if you did not find my process helpful but unfortunately it is not an easy fix as it may seem. BBRY John Chen: BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard will live on BBRY John Chen: We will have BlackBerry devices Another One Here's a look at the DTEK60 from all angles < > Order If anyone has been helpful to you, please show your appreciation by clicking the button. Please let me know if you find a solution and I will do the same.

So anways, all the apps communicated with the wifi network and my web browser viewed pages on a wireless network.Then my myfaves dissapeard and gave a java encoding script error or Click here and also here for helpful guidance. I always recommend that you treat your BlackBerry like any other computing device, including using a regular backup schedule...click here for an article with instructions. We take pride in our unbiased content, however do occasionally receive free products from vendors that we review or discuss.

Select Options > Security > Security Wipe. For information on troubleshooting a Wi-Fi connection on BlackBerry PlayBook, see KB26096 .