07-04-2013 12:01 PM
I have installed the Blackberry 10 Eclipse Plug in and I am now trying to add my device as a target. But Eclipse is unable to detect the device. I have tried using the "Blackberry Development Setup Wizard" where I tried running the auto-discovery. The auto-discovery failed so I tried adding it manually by entering the IP address and password for the device. I was sure to enable development mode on the device and the IP address was entered correctly. I also tried changing the IP address, and I tried rebooting the device. None of this worked--Eclipse was still unable to detect the device. Is there anything I'm missing?
So since debugging with an actual physical device wasn't working, I decided I would try using the simulator instead. I downloaded the BB!0 simulator for Mac OSX and then tried to install it on my machine. I then launched the disk image from the .dmg file and clicked on the install icon. A window opens with a "Next" button in the bottom right corner that I am unable to click on. I waited for a while and then I had to force close the window because nothing was happening.
As you can tell, I am not able to do any debugging, either with the simulator or an actual device. This is pretty annoying and I must say that the folks at Blackberry are not making it easy for me to develop software for their platform.
I am using a Mac OSX 64-bit machine with OS version 10.8.4 and Eclipse 4.2. My BBZ10 device has the latest version of the OS installed on it as well.
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07-05-2013 04:39 AM
Just Recheck that the version you are using of Eclipse is compatible with your latest Device and the simulator asthis problem has arised previously to me too.....
07-05-2013 05:00 AM
Eclipse 4.2. with the latest BB plugin should work well in my experience. There should be a firewall or something on the system level blocking the communication.
Does BlackBerry Link work with the Z10?
Do the command line tools see your device or simulator, can you deploy an app manually?
07-05-2013 10:35 AM
It means that Link installed the required drivers so the system can recognize your device.
07-05-2013 11:06 AM