07-29-2010 07:58 AM
You mean the SD Card of the device.?
How can i install from there? I am aware of Desktop, OTA and JAva Loader only. can you tell me the above process.
07-29-2010 10:05 AM
Hi peter, I tried to install the cod as you said. I copied all the sibbling cod files, main cod file, jad file, jar file and .alx file to the sdcard. It prompted me for the download.
But when i clicked on download, it is showing download failed and 907 Invalid Cod. unable to import ZIP File.
07-29-2010 10:25 AM
If you are using the SDCard, you only need the jad and the cod files, in the same directory.
Review the jad file, check the entries and see if it is using the sibling files (all the ones with -1, -2, -3) or the original cod. It sounds to me like it was using the original cod only. Which is weird, because I've never seen that.
When extracting the sibling files, make sure you rename the original single cod to a zip first, then extract all the files, including the similarly names single cod file you will find in it.
07-29-2010 10:47 AM - edited 07-29-2010 11:15 AM
Have you tried running the application on the Bold (or another device) simulator with 5.0 to see what the exact error message is? TouchScreen is available by all OSes 4.7 and above but if you have code specific to TouchScreens, I would wrap them in a Touchscreen.isSupported() block and see if that may fix the issue as well.
07-29-2010 10:55 AM
Hi CMY, I did the same way as u mentioned. I used TouchScreen.isSupported() to invoke the touch related code.
07-29-2010 10:59 AM
hi peter , I have the jad file and cod files on the same directory, the root folder of SDCard. I checked the jad file it is using all the .cods
a part of the .jad files:
RIM-COD-URL-33: XCOBackup-33.cod RIM-COD-URL-32: XCOBackup-32.cod RIM-COD-URL-31: XCOBackup-31.cod RIM-COD-URL-30: XCOBackup-30.cod RIM-COD-URL-9: XCOBackup-9.cod RIM-COD-URL-8: XCOBackup-8.cod RIM-COD-URL-7: XCOBackup-7.cod RIM-COD-URL-6: XCOBackup-6.cod RIM-COD-URL-5: XCOBackup-5.cod RIM-COD-URL-4: XCOBackup-4.cod RIM-COD-URL-3: XCOBackup-3.cod RIM-COD-URL-2: XCOBackup-2.cod RIM-COD-URL-1: XCOBackup-1.cod
I have the max 33 cods and it seems it is using all the cods.
07-29-2010 11:53 AM
This time the process works.
I renamed my cod file to .zip file and extracted all the files to a temp folder, where I placed my jad and alx also.
I will ask my client to implement the same process to install the app on the Bold 9700.
07-29-2010 12:13 PM
Just now I received mail from the client.
Yes, the Bold is running 18.104.22.1682.
Thanks peter. Once again your guidance helped me to solve the issue.
Anyway the issue is solved and the client is able to see the app on his device.
But why this hapens on the Bold?