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  1.    #1  
    My device crashes and reboots and shows the error Emul68kmain? This has happened many times.

    Could anybody help with the same???
  2. #2  
    Hi,

    most apps run in a m68k emulation. This is because in the former times (before Palm OS 5) the devices were m68k-powered, a processor from Motorola.
    When an app crashes inside this emulation, you will see this error message. You should avoid this app, or it might also happens because of another background-app which doesn't work correctly on modern devices.

    Regards
    Henk
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  3.    #3  
    Danke schön,

    Also please guide me if you have an idea for a similar error of Emul68kCommon.
  4. #4  
    first question is always: does it happen on a virgin device? Means make a backup and then an hardreset. If not, it's somehow related to 3rd-party software. Now it's difficult, which software do you have installed. I assume it doesn't hapens in the same app always, right? So it must be something which is doing background processing. Some input enhancement or stuff?
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