how to fix blackberry error 102

update blog nya pindah ke rumah baru gwa

jumat kemarin salah satu teman gwa minta tolong benerin bb nya katanya setelah ngecharge bb nya tiba tiba tidak berfungsi, di layar cuma ada tampilan putih polos tak berdosa dengan tulisan error 102 dan link menuju blackberry.com/102 untuk reload device software,  yang setelah di ikuti, tidak membawa hasil :p. Gwa tanya dulu pernah backup atau kagak katanya pernah backup, tapi setelah di lihat di folder backup, cuma ada backup untuk bb versi bold 9000. Ada temen yang nyaranin pakai bbsak dan setelah guling sana sini dapet link berikut http://crackberry.com/help-jvm-error-102-your-blackberry-try-solution-wiping,  gwa bisa memahami inti masalah tersebut, jadi kalo teman2 dapat error seperti tersebut jangan panik, intinya ada beberapa cod di bb tersebut yang corrupt, gwa nyebut beberapa karena dari link yg gwa dapet cuma satu yg corrupt, sedangkan kasus gwa udah lebih parah,  langkah besar perbaikannya adalah sbb:

  1. kalau masih bisa di backup, backup dulu.
  2. konek ke bb bermasalah dengan bbsak atau jl_cmdr
  3. lihat event log, cari error jvm 102, biasanya di atas baris error tersebut ada beberapa baris yg bunyinya kira2 seperti ini “verifyHas failed for bla bla bla”.
  4. hapus cod yg corrupt dengan remove cod bbsak atau perintah jl_cmdr javaloader.exe -u erase -f FILENAME
  5. kalau sukses restart bb, kalau tidak, download bb os terbaru, lalu reload os menggunakan bbsak, sebelum reload pilih menu wipe device.
  6. setelah reload kembalikan backup contact address dan contact bbm

ok dengan mengkombinasikan cara 1 dan cara 2, gwa bisa dapat log view dari bb bermasalah, setelah dilihat lognya, muka gwa pucat karena yg corrupt ga tanggung2 ada sekitar 6 atau 7 file,  gwa coba menu modify cod dari bbsak list file cod yg corrupt di event log tidak tampil sehingga tidak bisa di hapus, banting stir donlod jl_cmdr gwa coba hapus melalui console dapat error kalau module sedang di gunakan sehingga tidak bisa di hapus. Gwa bilang ke dia kalo cara cepet tidak bisa, sepertinya harus reload os nya, so gwa meluncur ke blackberry.com buat donlod os versi telkomsel, yg bikin lama perbaikannya lagi ternyata blackberry ga ngedukung donlod multiple koneksi jadi gwa musti manyun nungguin setengah jam. Singkat cerita donlod selesai gwa wipe device reload os and balikin backup dari bold 9000 yg untungnya, karena dulu yg backup pinter dia misahin backup contact bb dan group dan contact telp dari backup system, jadi gwa bisa pilih dari backup nya mana aja yg mau gwa kembaliin :D, bb nya sukses di restore yeeeeyyy another happy costumer :p, buat langkah detail nya nti gwa update setelah ambil screen shoot dari laptop temen gwa.

25$ pc

David Braben is a very well-known game developer who runs the UK development studio Frontier Developments, but is just as well known for being the co-developer of Elite.

Over his career his studio has brought us the Rollercoaster Tycoon series, Thrillville, Lost Winds, and most recently Kinectimals. In the background, however, Braben has been trying to tackle another problem: getting programming and general learning of how computers work back into schools.

Braben argues that education since we entered the 2000s has turned towards ICT which teaches useful skills such as writing documents in a word processor, how to create presentations, and basic computer use skills. But that has replaced more computer science-like skills such as basic programming and understanding the architecture and hardware contained in a computer.

His solution is not to create his own course, but instead to manufacture a very low cost PC that can be given to kids for free and courses built up around their use. When we say low cost, we mean so low even the OLPC would be impressed.

Braben has developed a tiny USB stick PC that has a HDMI port in one end and a USB port on the other. You plug it into a HDMI socket and then connect a keyboard via the USB port giving you a fully functioning machine running a version of Linux. The cost? $25.

The hardware being offered is no slouch either. It uses a 700MHz ARM11 processor coupled with 128MB of RAM and runs OpenGL ES 2.0 allowing for decent graphics performance with 1080p output confirmed. Storage is catered for by an SD card slot. It also looks as though modules can be attached such as the 12MP camera seen in the image above.

We can expect it to run a range of Linux distributions, but it looks like Ubuntu may be the distro it ships with. That means it will handle web browsing, run office applications, and give the user a fully functional computer to play with as soon as it’s plugged in. All that and it can be carried in your pocket or on a key chain.

This tiny, cheap PC is going to be distributed through a new charitable foundation called the Raspberry Pi Foundation. It will also promote computer science studies in schools.

As for when the Raspberry Pi device will become available, Braben says he hopes to be distributing it within the next 12 months.

Read more at BBC News

via – http://www.geek.com/articles/games/game-developer-david-braben-creates-a-usb-stick-pc-for-25-2011055/