1. If it is a converting problem. You could use PC version to convert the necessary files.
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2. If this is a loading dictionary problem, the root cause is available memory space.
3. If the dictionary contains more than 250,000 vocabularies, it may failed to load.
I tested the latest Vivid version on my at&t tilt. Seems like it is an executable script that can only work with one dictionary file at a time, and cannot really be used with big dictionary files. It took it a minute to think about my 10 Mb English-Russian dictionary. It created two temporary files totalling 8.7 Mbs and then gave that "something went wrong" error.