Archive for the ‘BlackBerry’ Category
Wednesday, February 9th, 2011
When attempting to debug my second project, Eclipse complains that my first project is closed.
Solution for this error is just open back your first project. Right click and untick “Active for Blackberry” option.
p/s : Time heals almost everything. Give time time…
Saturday, June 5th, 2010
Previously, I’m having a problem to run my apps on blackberry device. It’s giving me attempts-to-access-a-security-api-error. After getting my BlackBerry JDE Signature key, now I can run it without a problem.
In Eclipse, it will show something like below. We can see the required RIM Runtime API(RRT) has been signed
MyLampu is a simple application where it starts the video camera, and the flash light comes on immediately.
It’s something like a torchlight.
It’s cool right ? you can write your own Java code and communicate with your blackberry device
p/s: anyone into blackberry programming ?
p/s: I’m having a very big problem in my life…but I won’t blog it here.. Perhaps time will be my best medicine.Good luck to me.
Sunday, April 11th, 2010
After my first hello world in blackberry, I tried another sample code to activate the BlackBerry flashlight. Everything goes fine on the simulator until I deploy it on my device. I got below error. “Attempts to access a security API error”
Since then, I just learn that the BlackBerry API set is subdivided into five classifications.
The first of these classifications is the set of “Open” APIs. These APIs include all standard Java APIs from MIDP and CLDC, as well as many BlackBerry-specific APIs. The open API set is, as the name implies, open for all developers. Applications developed that use only open APIs require no signatures.
Thursday, March 25th, 2010
This is a test post using blackberry wordpress apps.
I’m still find a way on how to upload image..just give a test first and we will see the result.
Thanks to ridz.sg . I came across your blog and find the link to Blackberry WordPress Apps
Sunday, March 14th, 2010
First, you need to have BlackBerry Desktop Manager, connect your BlackBerry to your laptop and go to IP Modem menu.