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Registered: ‎04-20-2011
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Re: Unable to parse issue date from debug token.

Ah thanks a million for the post. After looking at the post, I discovered that the last piece of the puzzle for me was setting my language from English (Canada) to English (US) and it finally works.

 

Note that someone mentioned that just changing the language didnt work for them so maybe you have to do that, AND change the default locale  for your stand alone java install (as i detailed in this thread.)

 

Hope this helps!!

 

On  a side note, now that I have a debug token, have it installed on the device, i still cant run (in debug mode) my project directly on the device.. I keep getting errors from "Can't locate device on network" to "operation timed out". **sigh**

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Re: Unable to parse issue date from debug token.

Where did you change your language in the end?

 

Was it your system language, or in Flash Builder?


Thanks! 

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Re: Unable to parse issue date from debug token.

It was in the system not Flash Builder..

 

In Windows 7:

Start > Control Panel > Region & Language > On Format Tab, change the first drop down labled Format.

 

OR, if you dont have your control panel displaying all items,

 

Start > Control Panel > Clocks Region & Language > Region & Language > On Format Tab, change the first drop down labled Format.