12-23-2009 01:20 AM
I want to add about 450 mb of video along with my BB app . want to know whether BB will support this from model 4.2 to 4.7
can any one plz comment on this topic
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12-23-2009 04:30 AM
If you want to bundle this separately from the actual executable, like on a SD card, you could probably do this.
Otherwise ... this is a phone we're talking about, a computer with limited amounts of memory. Under other conditions, what you're trying to achieve is unrealistic.
12-23-2009 04:31 AM
It is not possible to add 450 mb file to cod file. Its size limitation is less than 6mb. You can put the file in SDCard and load it from your app. I think older version mobiles will not have sufficient amount (450mb) space in SDCard to store the data So according to me it is not possible
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12-23-2009 07:18 AM
As ydaraishy and zany stated, it's not possible.
Unlike the iPhone, Android, and Windows Mobile, BlackBerry has size restrictions on apps. This is for speed (in downloading, installing, removing, loading, etc.) the application and because BlackBerry stores the applications in a separate memory location which the largest I know of is 128mb. Second COD files are limited to 64kb of code and 64kb of resources. Any more and the COD is split into multiple CODs, with a video of 450mb that would give you a minimum of 7200 CODs. Most BlackBerry's don't have more then a couple hundred, let alone over 7000 for one app.
Your options are, as ydaraishy stated, to install it on the SDCard or to stream it. If you don't have a server you can always find free web storage sites out there, put your file there and have your app log in and download the media file.