10-25-2010 09:22 PM
Thanks. I went back and did a manual update to my 4.0 distro to get it to 4.0.4, and all is working.
So, command line works, and Flash Builder works if you have 4.0.1
10-25-2010 09:22 PM
I can confirm that by upgrading to 4.0.1, this resolves all issues with launching to the simulator.
Download patch here:
10-26-2010 04:08 AM
Confirmed that switching to Flash Builder 4.0.1 fixes this error
10-29-2010 04:46 PM
Hi all after i deploy success and i did not see where i can play on simulator on VMPlayer
there are only just button
All Interner Media Games Utilities core.test and there is no more icon as i modify
11-01-2010 09:54 PM
Sorry, can't see a link for the patch on that page....
Sorry here's the right link:
11-24-2010 10:50 PM
Thanks guys for helping me figure this out. For those looking for a summary, check out
11-27-2010 02:04 PM
For me I have also resorted to command line, but will update Flash Builder to 4.0.1 which (from the thread here) is probably the solution. I did try update via the application, but it still reads v4.0.0
Anyway, for the command line, I am not sure why it is assumed that every one is familiar with setting the $PATH variable. I have googled for the answer here, so please correct if there is a better way.
What I did is open terminal (Mac OS X 10.6) the default directory is the home folder. So edit the following line into a hidden file called .profile - in my account it did not already exist, but I created and edited it using vi
If not in home directory:
add the line below - vi is ancient unix editor and the command to insert text is 'i' then type or paste the line -
export PATH=/Applications/Adobe\ Flash\ Builder\ 4/sdks/blackberry-tablet-sdk-0.9.0/bin:$PATH
now in vi you end the insert mode by pressing the escape key. Then press ':' (i.e.colon) to go into colon mode. Now the command is 'wq' which means write,quit
To explain the .profile syntax see:
Apologies for using vi, you can use any text editor. I just use vi to edit file from in terminal and favoure that for hidden files. All files saved with a leading "." in the file name e.g.. ".profile" here are hidden in the OS Finder
Anyway, I hope this helps anyone else get started. In my opinion, the documentation should be updated to include setting the path as a first step, or otherwise will soon be struggling to run the commands as required.