Solution For Uncaught Exception PushModalScreen Called By A Non-Event Thread Error For Blackberry Phones

This tutorial is about how to solve this common error of Uncaught Exception : PushModalScreen Called By A Non-Event Thread in Blackberry SmartPhones. And if you have own one and have always been wondering how you can go about solving this same problem, then you should go on and read this whole tutorial.

Whether you own a Blackberry Leap, Classic, Porsche, Passport, Z3, Curve, 9230, 8820, 4G LTE, Playbook, Q10, Z10, Q5, 9530, Z30, Bold, 9720, 9810, 9350, 9360, 9370, Touch, 9850, 9860, 9900, 9830, Pearl, 9100, 9105, 9800, 9300, 9330 and any other model you may be having, this tutorial about Uncaught Exception : PushModalScreen Called By A Non-Event Thread applies to your device, and can be used to over came and solve the same error.

The fact is that its hard to tell the exact cause of this error since it occurs out of blue during times when one is using his or her Blackberry device to perform certain tasks for example when using any application. Mine does it when am doing anything be surfing the net over WiFi, writing a post using WordPress app, using Opera and many others.

The above makes one wonder why it happens but believe me you, you aren’t alone or the only one who is experiencing the above. And its for that reason I decided to share a simple solution on how anyone can solve his Blackberry smartphone error from anywhere be at home, office or even on the go.

The solution is a DIY – Do it yourself meaning that unless otherwise, one won’t need a technician to have the error solves. Let’s head onto the answer which you are looking for.

Solution for Uncaught Exception : PushModalScreen Called By A Non-Event Thread

Fixing the above is pretty simple and easy to do. Its a one minute DIY action which will see your mobile phone up and running once again. All you need to do is to restart your device and you are done.

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Please note that the error won’t be solved if you restart your device using the known keys Del+Alt+Back. You will need to remove your battery and insert it again, wait for your device to boot fully and retry.

In case the above fails, then you might need a full phone flash which can only be done by one having all the required tools like a computer, connection cables and BB flashing software.

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