06-01-2009 08:15 AM
06-01-2009 09:18 AM
The different probably comes from using different versions of software the simulator (22.214.171.124) and the devices (126.96.36.199).
Are there known issues with 167? And, if so, is there documentation somewhere that could tell me what they are?
06-03-2009 11:42 PM - edited 06-03-2009 11:48 PM
I'm looking for the same info actually.
What features are assumed to work on the different versions of software/hardware? It's great to have full blown documentation on everything, but for applicable products, I don't remember seeing anything mentioned. I might have missed it when looking through the docs already.
Specifically, I'm looking for anyone who has ever seen the behaviour that resizes an image that is larger than the screen width down so it fits. That function is killing me, almost to the point where I'm thinking of going back and bloating the software just to get it to work. *shakes fist in air* $$#@#!
06-04-2009 07:11 AM
Unfortunately there is no full documentation on differences between simulators and real devices.
To release a product it is necessary to test it on actual device.
For now there is no workaround for that.
06-04-2009 08:19 AM
How about documentation on differences/what's fixed between OS versions? You know, things like Release Notes or some such? What was "broken" in 188.8.131.52 that got "fixed" in .190 or .266? Maybe a "Known Issues" list?
.167 is the latest build blessed & installed by AT&T on the Bold. We have one user here, though, who's gone and hunted down .266 for his Bold. There are differences in what the browser will and will not support between the two, i.e., my pages mostly work on .266, but oh-so-do-not work in .167.
The RIM documentation only tells me what's supposed to work in 4.6. One would assume that 4.6 is 4.6, but obviously that's not the case.
At this rate it looks like I have to give up on any hope on a reasonably modern, styled page and fall back on <UL>, <LI>, and <A> to get anything done. Talk about fugly...
06-04-2009 08:31 AM
Device OS updates released by wireless operators.
check this link for more info: http://tinyurl.com/y8qs5s
Some operators may have more detailed information on device software update.
For example Verizon has this information published.
06-10-2009 11:23 PM