04-01-2010 06:06 PM - edited 04-01-2010 06:07 PM
I goofed up:
EventLogger.register(UIDGenerator.getUID(), Version.getAppName(), EventLogger.VIEWER_STRING);
In my Logging class I used the above line to register in the event logger. The problem if you can't see it is that everytime I run my app it creates a new UID and thus it appears to be a new, never before seen, app. I should have used a hash on the app name or some such non-changing value to register with the event log...
Well, now my device is terribly slow when trying to access the Event Log via Alt+LGLG. When you try to change the event log filter there's my app listed hundreds of times...
I tried to wiping the handset, but that did not clear the registry.
Is there any way to reset the Event Log Registry?
(Device Bold 9000 220.127.116.113)
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04-01-2010 09:14 PM
Plug your BlackBerry into your computer and do "javaloader.exe -usb cleareventlog"
04-02-2010 10:00 AM
Perhaps I should call this "EventLog Meta Spam".
The problem is not with individual messages. Yes I can clear events as described above.
The problem is that I have registered my app with difference UID's everytime the app loaded, and thus when you follow Menu -> Options you find my app listed there hundreds of times, instead of just once.
I want to clear the Meta Data associated with the Event Log.
Thanks for the above tips though. I hadn't tried the javaloader trick: there's something new for me to explore.
04-02-2010 10:52 AM - edited 04-02-2010 10:56 AM
Found a method thanks to the above note about Javaloader:
javaloader -u wipe -a
This wipes the applications fron the device... and it booted up with a 507 error message.
Using the Desktop Manager I re-installed the OS and then carefully restored my important data and settings from a backup I made. I did NOT restore:
I suspect this worked because I did not re-apply the On-board Device Memory.
So if you are faced with a similar problem: