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10-12-2011 09:07 AM
I am using the BB eclipse plugging from the site for development.
When I try to debug on the device, I get a "There is no connected blackberry device" error.
Note that the Device Manager is launched and it can "see" the connected device (Bold 9700). Also, I have been able to debug on device before using the same setup, but it appears not to be working anymore. I cannot think of any change I have made that could affect this.
I assume uninstalling Device Manager AND the phone drivers would fix this. Is there a way to uninstall all the drivers?
Frustrated junior BB dev
10-12-2011 10:12 AM
Sometimes when I get that error, I "repair" the usb and modem driver. Download here: https://swdownloads.blackberry.com/Downloads/entry
hope it works!
10-13-2011 03:30 AM
Thanks a lot for your answer.
Unfortunately that didn't;t work.
However I uninstalled BB Desktop Sw and installed it again. (Previously uninstalled the driver as well).
I managed to debug on my device without even starting the desktop software. In fact it does not show on my desktop anymore...
So, for now this is fixed.
04-10-2012 02:09 AM
If you are using windows 7 then go to the user setting Control Panel - User Accounts - Your account (if more than one) - Change User Account Control Settings - down slider to Never Notify - OK and restart PC