08-18-2013 11:12 PM
I have been given permission to use an .apk file in order to help the company that created it get it working on BB10.
I have downloaded and installed Android SDK, Eclipse (failed with the plugin), and the BB native NDK.
I am not sure what the best method is to take. This is a communications app for business PBX including a softphone.
I have gone through xsacha's method before 10.2 and successfully gotten the app to work (slightly buggy). After 10.2 install the app stopped working perhaps because of a debug token issue. Currently trying the method again but waiting for keys.
That being said, the goal is to get the app working properly on my phone without being tied to my pin, and give the working .bar file back to
the company so they can finish testing and submit it to Appworld themselves.
I tried the native NDK and because I'm a rookie only ended up with a spinning graphic on my phone. Ha!
Which method would you use, Eclipse, or native NDK?
I noticed that the app performs better on the BB10 simulator running 10.2.0.1155
I'm running 10.2.0.1047 leak and the app runs but crashed after single use.
Solved! Go to Solution.
08-19-2013 09:54 AM
As a first step, you need to verify what APIs the application is using. Not all APIs are supported. You can do this in both eclipse or with the CMD line tools by running apk2barVerifier.
If the application uses native code, this will not be supported or be accepted into BlackBerry World. If you can only get the application running via the method you described, this is likely the case.
For full documentation on our tooling and supported APIs, please see https://developer.blackberry.com/android/documenta