Subject java error in Samsung Champ GT-C3303

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i have been using Samsung champ GT-C3303 for past six months.For  the first three monts i was not having any java problem when i opened any application.But for the past three months,java error has made my life miserable.When i try to download a new application on my phone, the application gets downloaded but does not  run  and " java error" message flashes and the application shuts down.i have tried this many times but met no success.

please provide me with the solution if any as soon as possible.

Best Answer by Carl Jack
Answered By 0 points N/A #119876

Subject java error in Samsung Champ GT-C3303


Dear Anshkakar,

"java error " is shown because of different reasons.

If your application is not prevarified then it can show some problems regarding installation.

Transfer  any jar file to different folders. jar files sometimes cause this.

Jad files sometimes create this problem too,so, be sure that this files are transferred.

Sometimes the code used for this types of applications are not supported by certain types of phones.

Remember that samsung champ only supports apps and games below 500 kb.

If you have any hidden file or app ,then delete the unnessecary files.

If your app is more then 500 kb then follow this:

                    * goto java test menu ( dial #52828378# on keypad)

                    * Then go to OTA test

                     *Change 500kb to 4 mb

                     * Then save.

Hope that this will help you. Thank you very much.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #119877

Subject java error in Samsung Champ GT-C3303


Hello Anshkakar,

You may need to update the Java application on your phone for it appears to be having issues, or you might as well try the following operations and see  if they will help resolve the issue that you're getting:
Try restoring the phone to its factory settings. The error that you are getting may be due to some changes you might have made and therefore restoring the default settings will eliminate that error.
Try updating the java application on the phone. You can do that by uninstalling the one you have right now and then installing a new one or you can as well just update the one you have directly.



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