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rajeevcbhatia
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Re: Blackberry Messenger SDK Integration....PLEASE HELP!!!

Hi Pooja,

Thank You for the help.

That is exactly what the "Shortcut to run.bat" looked like when I opened it.

The simulators started connecting after I followed the instructions in that document that I posted.

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mreed
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Re: Blackberry Messenger SDK Integration....PLEASE HELP!!!

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mreed
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Re: Blackberry Messenger SDK Integration....PLEASE HELP!!!

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I found this, and it sounds like what you mentioned. Didn't work though.

 

http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/deliverables/25820/Known_issues_1773563_11.jsp

 

Workaround:

  1. Launch one of the BlackBerry Smartphone Simulator instances.
  2. On the Home screen, click Manage Connections.
  3. Clear the Mobile Network check box.
  4. On the Simulate menu, click Network Properties.
  5. In the Network Properties dialog box, select Default 3G Network (GSM) and click Delete..
  6. Click the Add button to add a new network.
  7. In the Choose network type dialog box, select GSM and click OK.
  8. In the Add GSM Network dialog box, in the Name field, type in a network name.
  9. In the MNC field, type 1638.
  10. In the MCC field, type 302.
  11. In the LAC field, type 0.
  12. Leave the MCC initials field blank.
  13. In the Network Type section, select 3G.
  14. Click OK.
  15. In the Network Properties dialog box, click Close.
  16. On the Home screen, click Manage Connections.
  17. Select the Mobile network check box.
  18. Check that 3G appears in the top right corner of the Home screen.
  19. Close the BlackBerry Smartphone Simulator.
  20. In your simulator directory, delete all the files with filenames: sim*.dmp and sim*.bug.
  21. Restart the BlackBerry Smartphone Simulator.
  22. Attempt to send an email in the simulator. If you cannot send, perform the following actions:
  23. On the Home screen, click Options.
  24. Click Device.
  25. Click Advanced System Settings.
  26. Click Host Routing.
  27. On the menu of the Host Routing Table screen, click Register now.
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mreed
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