Error 545 upon updating the BlackBerry OS

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After updating the Blackberry OS, is there a way for me to retrieve the Blackberry data? I keep getting the error 545 and I don’t know what's causing this.

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Error 545 upon updating the BlackBerry OS

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JVM error 545 on Blackberry phones are considered one of the worst errors since they tend to paralyze the phone system that makes it not usable anymore. This error can sometimes have a very little effect but  it can also be a serious system crash

Error 545 is usually caused by incompatible apps, corrupted files or applications and other apps based programs.

Try to fix the error first by hard resetting the phone. Make sure that the phone is turned on when you remove the battery. Wait for about 30 seconds before putting back the battery.

If the above method doesn't fix your Blackberry phone, I assumed that you have to reinstall your OS but there's a big possibility that your phone will be wiped out.

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Error 545 upon updating the BlackBerry OS

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If you are referring to the “JVM error 545” in BlackBerry, here’s how to fix it. This problem normally happens on BlackBerry Smartphones with BlackBerry OS version 7.1 and earlier. When you encounter the problem, your phone stops responding and then displays the message “JVM error 545.” The culprit of the error is the Java Virtual Machine application or JVM which is unable to continue running.

To fix the problem, first, make sure your phone is running on the latest BlackBerry software. Visit How to Update the BlackBerry Device Software to learn how to update your BlackBerry Smartphone. If your BlackBerry Smartphone is already running on the latest BlackBerry Device Software, you need to do a hard reset.

Turn off your phone and remove the battery cover of your BlackBerry Smartphone then remove the battery for about 10 to 20 seconds. After this, connect the battery back then start the phone. If the problem continues, you need to reload the BlackBerry Device Software. Visit How to Force Detect the BlackBerry Smartphone for the guide.

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