Open Discussion (#3) - Verification error on startup (#184) - Message List
BlackBerry Curve 8520 OS: v22.214.171.1246 LogicMail: Beta 126.96.36.1999
After start I get this message: Error starting LogicMail: Module 'LogicMail-3' has verification errors.
Any ideas? I can't anything about that?
Which download link did you use?
Also, try uninstalling it and re-installing the latest (188.8.131.522) from the official OTA link:octo05/17/11 21:59:05 (7 years ago)
- I used http://logicmail.org/ota
- I tried the last 3 or 4 beta versions
- At last I installed it by desktop manager
In all cases I got the same error. For now I installed OS 5 to my curve and it works. But the behaviour is strange and I am suprised I can't find anything about that issue.
regardslevion05/19/11 02:03:17 (7 years ago)
I checked my web server logs for the 17th, and I'm still scratching my head as to what exactly you tried downloading. I see a whole bunch of install downloads from a BlackBerry 8520 running 184.108.40.2066. One particular device seems to have a whole bunch of attempts coming from the same address, and some little-known German carrier. That might be you, not sure. Anyways, it looks like builds for OS 4.5, 4.6, and 4.7 were all attempted. Obviously a 4.7 build will not work on a 4.6 device, but it wasn't the first entry in my logs.octo05/20/11 17:27:55 (7 years ago)
Yes, sounds that was me ;) I downloaded the version of the program my bb browser suggest. Later I tried the other versions for other os but I got the same error. At last I downloaded the last version of sourceforge and installed it by using bb desktop software. The first attempt must be the installation of the version für os 4.6 not for 4.7.levion05/21/11 10:50:49 (7 years ago)
I did some of my own testing using the simulator for the 8520 with OS 220.127.116.116. When first downloaded, there was an exception and the application icon wasn't visible. But re-installing (replacing the old install) and restarting cleared it up. After doing that, things worked fine. I wonder if there's just some strange bug in OS 18.104.22.1686 itself, which is a pretty old build as it is (may have just been a barely-tested stock build for a new device). Of course 5.0 is always a better option, but there are probably newer 4.6.1 builds as well.octo05/28/11 12:02:38 (7 years ago)