Basically, the 102 error message is a . Corrupt Call of Duty. Your BlackBerry, as smartphone experts say (pun intended), refuses and downloads a corrupted file.
So last night, when I was getting ready to pack my new bag, I decided when you should bring the battery to my 9930. It’s been a little slow the last hour, and I thought it wouldn’t hurt, right? I was wrong. I put the BlackBerry down for a while while it rebooted and ran to turn off the lights in the hallway. When I returned, my beloved BlackBerry showed me a glowing screen of death. I haven’t created or deleted any apps in the last day, so I was ultimately lost that something had happened. I immediately sweated, I became cold, my whole life depends on this thing! In the category, I haven’t backed up my phone for over 2 weeks (this might never have happened if I kept it regularly, I’m sure). It was almost midnight and I was almost resigned to a long night of reinstallation when I was reminded that I saw something on the Internet about not killing your process if I get errors.102. I ran to my laptop, then my trusty USB cable. Within half an hour, my 9930 was up and running again, with no reinstall or reinstall. Read on to find out how.