05-14-2010 07:07 PM
Hi every one thank you to help me, here is my problem:
when I try to deploy my "helloworld" application (or any one else empty blackberry application),
I've got this message on desktop manager when i want to import the .alx file tu my blackberry Curve 8520:
"error, no application was found, there is maybe an error..." (the project is fine, tested well in all simulators) so I noticed this in the A70 pdf file :
(A70 : p4) "Before you deploy your application if you are using any of the APIs which require signing, be sure you sign your application. For more information how and when to sign applications please read our A60 – How And When To Sign tutorial."
(A60 : p5) "Applications using classes from these packages will work on the simulators, however they will NOT work on the device unless signed."
but.. I don't use any of this "sensitive" classes who need to be signed.
maybe its something else?
thank you for help me, sorry for my bad english.
06-09-2010 01:30 PM
Please verify that you are using the appropriate version of BlackBerry JDE or BlackBerry Java SDK.
Appropriate version of the BlackBerry JDE
If it is valid you may need to install the BlackBerry Device Software for your BlackBerry 8520. You can download it from your carrier's web site.
08-12-2011 07:07 AM
I also have the same challenge, Ive got my helloworld application running but dont know how to have it deployed/install it on my 8520. I have the desktop manager and my app world working ohk.
how do i go about this process.
Thx in advance
08-15-2011 05:00 PM
This link explains how applications can be deployed
How to Deploy and Distribute Applications
08-16-2011 05:09 AM
Hi Mark ,
Thx for your efforts, i did manage to get it rite, did my first widget,built+signed and deployed successfully on my 8520.
*Plz note that not only does windows vista's UAC block the installation of knew keys also windows 7 does the same and all one needs to do is just disabling this by scrolling down to the "never notify" *
Again thx for the help and looking forward to building some cool widgets.