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02-08-2012 02:13 PM
I am trying to get the Playbook Simulator running to repackage an app but I'm having trouble getting the Simulator to connect to the internet. The Browser refuses to connect and simply displays a message stating:
A network error occurred.
Please try again later.
I've tried a few things, like changing the Network Adapter settings in VMware from the default (NAT) to Bridged, and then restarting the virtual machine, but that didn't do anything. I tried removing the Network Adapter from the VM and then adding a new one. I've disabled Norton Internet Security's firewall and intrusion prevention. I've disabled Windows Firewall. None of that fixed the issue.
I'm using a Windows 7 laptop connected to a wireless network. No proxy or VPN is in use. Windows 7's network adapters screen shows two VMware Adapters, vmnet1 and vmnet8, both connected to an "Unidentified Network." I tried bridging those adapters with my PC's wireless adapter but the VMware adapter didn't allow that and threw an error.
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02-08-2012 05:32 PM - edited 02-08-2012 05:32 PM
I had the same problem and couldn't find a resolution - except that the Playbook 2.0 (beta) simulator doesn't have this problem.
02-11-2012 08:45 AM
Some basics: check it has an IP address on vmnet8. Check you can ping that from your host OS.
If it still doesnt work, switch off developer mode (About -> Security), then try the browser again. Yes, I know this seem counter-intuitive, but it worked for me.
You can re-switch on developer mode, once you've turned it off and it seems fine. Not sure quite why this is happening, but it might be useful to take a VM snapshot once you've cracked it.
02-11-2012 09:33 AM
02-17-2012 08:28 PM
02-25-2012 10:05 AM
Even I had this problem of not being able to connect to internet from with in the Blackberry - playbook - simulator VM , running on top of Ubuntu 11.10 OS
SOlution : Note down the IP address of SImulator , ping it from outside the VM , that is ping the IP from Ubutu terminal internet starts working inside Blackberry playbook VM . my network setting is Bridged.
I am still unable to understand how pinging from outside can enable network setting inside VM