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BitPim exception error

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by ostudioo, Apr 30, 2007.

  1. ostudioo

    ostudioo New Member

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    When trying to detect my phone (RAZR V3M Sprint), i get an error from bitpim:
    I have followed and read over many exception errors posted by other ppl and none help me.

    BitPim version: 0.9.14-official
    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 281, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 158, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 1861, in getdata
    File "gui.pyo", line 1855, in getfundamentals
    File "phones\com_moto.pyo", line 161, in getfundamentals
    File "phones\com_motov710.pyo", line 54, in _get_groups
    File "phones\com_etsi.pyo", line 41, in sendATcommand
    File "commport.pyo", line 278, in sendatcommand
    ATError: None

    Variables by last 8 frames, innermost last

    Frame run in gui.pyo at line 274
    e = <commport>
    res = None
    self = <WorkerThread>
    item = (<gui>, <gui>)
    call = <gui>
    ex = <commport>
    resultcb = <gui>
    first = 0

    Frame __call__ in gui.pyo at line 158
    self = <gui>
    args = ()
    d = Keys []
    {}
    kwargs = Keys []
    {}

    Frame getdata in gui.pyo at line 1861
    self = <WorkerThread>
    req = <guiwidgets.GetPhoneDialog; proxy of <Swig Object of type 'wxDialog *' at 0x217a
    todo = [(<bound method WorkerThread.rebootcheck of <WorkerThread(BitPim helper, started

    Frame getfundamentals in gui.pyo at line 1855
    self = <WorkerThread>
    results = Keys ['uniqueserial']
    {'uniqueserial': 'd24bbb9bd702515f402596d1c84a189ce750b54d'}

    Frame getfundamentals in phones\com_moto.pyo at line 161
    self = <phones>
    results = Keys ['uniqueserial']
    {'uniqueserial': 'd24bbb9bd702515f402596d1c84a189ce750b54d'}

    Frame _get_groups in phones\com_motov710.pyo at line 54
    self = <phones>
    _req = <phones>

    Frame sendATcommand in phones\com_etsi.pyo at line 43
    responseclass = <class>
    buffer = <prototypes>
    self = <phones>
    request = <phones>
    ignoreerror = False
    data = '+MPGR=1,30'

    Frame sendatcommand in commport.pyo at line 278
    b = 0
    res = []
    self = <commport>
    atcommand = '+MPGR=1,30'
    retry = False
    fullline = 'AT+MPGR=1,30'
    ignoreerror = False
    line = 'ERROR'

    How can i fix this?
     
  2. ostudioo

    ostudioo New Member

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    I got it to work, but when I try uploading something I get this error:

    BitPim version: 0.9.14-official
    An unexpected exception has occurred.
    Please see the help for details on what to do.

    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "gui.pyo", line 281, in run
    File "gui.pyo", line 158, in __call__
    File "gui.pyo", line 315, in _notsafefunc
    InSafeModeException: BitPim is in safe mode - this operation has been blocked

    Variables by last 8 frames, innermost last

    Frame run in gui.pyo at line 274
    e = <common.InSafeModeException instance at 0x08F676E8>
    res = None
    self = <WorkerThread(BitPim helper, started daemon)>
    item = (<gui.Request instance at 0x08F66468>, <gui.Callback instance at 0x08F674E0>)
    call = <gui.Request instance at 0x08F66468>
    ex = <common.InSafeModeException instance at 0x08F676E8>
    resultcb = <gui.Callback instance at 0x08F674E0>
    first = 0

    Frame __call__ in gui.pyo at line 158
    self = <gui.Request instance at 0x08F66468>
    args = ()
    d = Keys []
    {}
    kwargs = Keys []
    {}

    Frame _notsafefunc in gui.pyo at line 315
    args = (u'motorola/shared/jas/temp/install/Q-SexyPuzzle.jar', 'PK\x03\x04\x14\x00\x08\x
    kwargs = Keys []
    {}

    is it possible to turn off safemode?
     

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