10-20-2011 11:54 PM - edited 10-21-2011 11:35 AM
After installing OS2.0 beta I tried to install a debug token in the usual manner, using a batch file I created for 1.07. The backberry-deploy command returns:
Error: peer not authenticated
The command I'm using is:
blackberry-deploy -installDebugToken "path-to-bar-file" -device aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd -password xxxxxx
Tried both USB and Wifi.
Update: blackberry-deploy version is 1.1.0
Update: problem fixed, click the "Solution" below.
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10-21-2011 02:59 AM
Did you try using Flash Builder? Works like a charm for me. Also, try SDK 1.1.1 which features a handy tutorial for importing certificates and debug tokens.
10-21-2011 09:28 AM
i some weird issues with my os 2.0 install where i could not get the peer authenticated and my PB wouldnt connect to desktop manager either. I eventually performed the debrick, which installs the factory os 1.0 then updates back to 2.0 if you are still in the 24 hour window. then after that i did a security wipe.
I think part of the problem was from installing that leaked android player over the summer...i had done the security wipe after installing 2.0 originally so I could try loading my converted android app and all of my apps were gone. doing the security wipe after debricking and upgrading to 2.0 did not uninstall the factory os apps like app world etc.
now i have a happy 2.0 which connects to DM and allows me to deploy from FB and command line.
10-21-2011 10:21 AM
when you connect to desktop manager, turn your PB off and you will get a popup with 3 options:
retry, update, cancel. If you perform the "update", this is the debrick. If you ever get your playbook into a bad state you can do this to reset it back to factory settings.
10-25-2011 10:57 PM