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From: BEIKS support
Date: 30 Sep 2006
Free up some memory and it should stop happening.
We are looking into where exactly the problem occurs so we can produce more meaningful error message, but in a nutshell it's a memory error.
You may have even 20 Megs reportedly left on your device - that's still a memory issue; chances are more than good that it's not the amount of available storage memory, but the heap memory available to applications.
I.e. if you have a BlackBerry world complete feature and/or other dynamically active features, there is a great possibility they eat up most of the available heap space.
The problem could be observed on various BlackBerry models to a various degree and under various other conditions.
Sorry we have no exact recepie for solving the problem at this point; all we know for sure is that it is memory related and it can be observed even when there is reportedly large amount of memory available (as well as NOT observed even when there is less amount of memory available).
And that uninstalling applications and modules has always been able to get it to work.