- BlackBerry® PlayBook™ OS 2.0
- Print To Go
The table below details available Error Codes and what is displayed to the user on the computer or BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet if an issue occurs:
Visible Error Message
|Wrong Parameters||To user Print To Go, you must open an application, the select Print To Go as your printer.|
|2||No Internet Connection||Check that your computer is connected to the internet, and try again.|
|8||Connection Dropped||Check that your computer is connected to the internet, and try again.|
|400||Authentication failed of missing header||Your session has expired. Log in using your BlackBerry ID.|
|404||Service URL Error (MSDP Service)||An error occurred. Log in using your BlackBerry ID.|
|404||Device never registered (SIP Service)||Log in using your BlackBerry ID on your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.|
|405||Method not supported||The software version on your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet does not support Print To Go. Upgrade your tablet to the latest software version, and try again.|
|Socket Exception 0||Web request time out||The server is not responding. Try again later.|
|408||Server Timeout||The server is not responding. Try again later.|
|408 Default||Communication Timeout||There was a problem connecting to BlackBerry ID. Try again.|
|408||Device not currently available||
Unable to locate your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Make sure that:
If you are still unable to print, try restarting your tablet.
|500||Corrupt request body (MSDP Service)||An error occurred. Log in using your BlackBerry ID.|
|500||Server Error (SIP Service)||An error occurred. Log in using your BlackBerry ID.|
|503||Server shutting down||An error occurred. Restart your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, and try again.|
|Default||Unknown Server Error||An error occurred. Log in using your BlackBerry ID, and restart your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.|
|0||GhostScript Returns Error||There was an error preparing the file for printing. Try again, or try printing a different file. For more information, visit http://us.blackberry.com/support/ .|
|Password Not Set on PlayBook/User has not launched Print To Go||Log in using your BlackBerry ID and enter the pairing password|
|Passwords Don't Match||Incorrect password. Try again.|
|Token Revoked||Your session has expired. Log in using your BlackBerry ID|
|Device Full||There is not enough storage space available on your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. To create storage space, delete unnecessary files from your tablet, and try again.|
Unable to send the file to your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Unlock the Work perimeter on your tablet, and try again.
|Discovery is being blocked from starting or is not running.||An error occurred. Restart your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, and try again.|
The Print To Go printer driver on the Windows computer creates a log file in the My Documents folder called PrintToGoLog.txt. This log file is overwritten each time the Print To Go driver is used.
The Print To Go driver on the Windows computer uses a Web Services call on port 443 to communicate with the BlackBerry Infrastructure to locate the BlackBerry PlayBook. The application then uses port 80 to transfer the file from the workstation to the PlayBook.
Remember to reboot the computer once the Print To Go printer drivers have been installed. This is a Best Practice, not necessarily a requirement.
A 408 error code is displayed on the computer when the Print To Go application can't seem to locate the PlayBook properly.
A 486 error code is displayed on the computer when the PlayBook has not properly registered itself with the BlackBerry ID Service in response to a request to retrieve the IP address of the BlackBerry PlayBook.
PrintToGoDesktop.exe Error: 0 : EXCEPTION THROWN - System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an error: (486).
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