09-01-2008 07:26 PM
When I go to options->advanced options->applications, the application I have been developing does not show up for me to remove. However it is definitely on the system. This would not be a problem if I could load in my new builds. When I do File->Load Java Program, and point it at my new build, the simulator may be rejecting it because I do not see my updated app, I see the first one that I loaded. Any suggestions? I am new to BB dev.
09-01-2008 10:05 PM - edited 09-01-2008 10:17 PM
What application are you talking about??If your application which you upload directly you can remove the cod files in home directory blackberry.,
For example if your name application is "TheApp"., you use 4.5.0 version of blackberry you must remove:
5.TheApp.cod =>it's the most important thing you must remove
in "C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry JDE 4.5.0\simulator" ==>it's Blackberry Home directory simulator.,And Don't "Build" "TheApp" again from your IDE...
The most Important thing you must remove is "COD files"
If another application..you must go to .. Options-Advanced Options-Aplications-And chose The Application which you want to remove - Click Menu Button and choose Delete..
09-02-2008 01:04 AM
In Simulator you can't remove directly from your blackberry interface,,but in real device i'm quite sure you can do it!!!!In case you use desktop manager to upload your application but if you use JavaLoader for upload your application you can't remove your application directly.,you must use command prompt...
09-09-2008 01:53 PM
Hello, I have a similar problem... I want to remove my (broken) app from the simulator. I am using the simulator directly and not using the JDE. From the simulator (in this case "220.127.116.11 (8100-ATT)") I use File/Load Java Program... and specify a COD file from one of my own build directories (not under Program Files/RIM because I use rapc to convert my pre-built JAD+JAR into a COD).
I quit the simulator, removed the COD file et al (incld. the debug-1 etc.) from where I built it. When I rerun the simulator it still sees my application (and will run the application producing the same verification error). However, I do not understand since I removed the COd file from the filesystem.
Leads me to suspect the simulator copies the file somewhere. However, I cannot find it under the simulators directory, under the JDE directory or under the "Program Files/Commom.../RIM/..." directories either.
Any help in removing the COD would be great.
09-09-2008 04:54 PM
09-10-2008 04:25 AM
If you want to remove only selective application from Device Simulator then
from "C:\Program Files\Research In Motion\BlackBerry JDE X.X.X\simulator"delete following files
AppName.cod, AppName.cso, AppName.debug(and AppName-X.debug ,if exists), AppName.jar, and four DMP files of related BB device like
In case of Curve 8800--> 8800-as.dmp, 8800-nv.dmp, 8800-sdcard.dmp, 8800-fs.dmp.
And if you want to remove all third party applications from Device Simulator then run "clean.bat", will reset
your simulator to its initial state with no third party applications. "clean.bat" can be found in simulator directory.
09-10-2008 06:07 AM
BBDev, in my experience, your method does not work, by itself, in the simualtor.
raksat's post explains the process I use for selective removal of applications.