11-20-2012 05:25 AM
Hello, i've got a problem.
I had some Android Apps.
I orded my signing keys, then i used the online Android-Blackberry Converter to
sign and convert my Apps. When i did this, i told the tool where my client-PBDT-xxx.csj and client-RDK-xxx.csj is.
Then i created me a xxx.p12 cetificate. I used this to convert and sign my apps and it was great!
Yesterday i moved from windows 7 to windows 8.
I wanted to convert my apps again because there were some bugs.
I go to the tool, and click on "I already configured my computer"
But when i give the tool my .p12 file, it says:
"Your computer may not have setup correctly(Certificate chain not found)"
Okay, then i go back and try to configure my computer again.
I give the my 2 .csj files, but those are locked. The Message i get is:
"Unable to register client because there are no more registration attempts"
What should i do now?
11-20-2012 09:01 AM
You can only install the csj files once. Did you back up your code signing keys? If so you can restore them to sign again. Details are here.
11-20-2012 09:24 AM - edited 11-20-2012 09:25 AM
I orded my signing keys here:
All i got there are those 2 csj files.
Could it be that the first time i configured my PC via this online Android Converter,
there were more files created than this .p12 files? And those files i need now to
make a new .p12 file?
When that's the case, that would be bad.
Because i only backed up my two .csj and the .p12 file
What would happen when i order new signing keys?
11-20-2012 03:47 PM
barsigner.db and barsigner.csk are also created when you install keys.
If you change keys, this happens.
11-21-2012 06:46 AM
First of all,
Thank you very much for the great help here.
At the beginning i never thought anyone would even read my posting xD
If the App appears to be a new app, than this would also be bad xD
I submitted my app because of the "Got Game Port a Thon" Event.
Do you think there would be any Chance, if I talk to those guys, and asks them
to let my new Apps through? Because, the 36 hours period is over
11-21-2012 09:08 AM
You can submit new applications, which could qualify for the Built for BlackBerry and BlackBerry 10K program.
Submissions for the portathon are closed though. But keep an eye out, there might be more of those coming in the future.