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07-17-2008 11:39 AM
Quote from the previous forum:
We are developing a Media Recording application(JSR 135). Before recording starts the application prompts for user permission to start recording. Is there any way to disable this prompt?
There are 2 types of prompts that can apply to applications running on a BlackBerry.
The first is Application Control prompts. These generally have an option for the user to remember their choice. These can be configured in 3 ways. The first is by the user under Options, Advanced Options, Applications, select the application and choose Edit Permissions from the menu. The second is by a BlackBerry Enterprise Server administrator. They can create an Application Control policy for an application that is pushed out from a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. The third way is that an application can request these permissions by using the ApplicationPermissions class.
The second type applies to MIDlets only. These prompts are configured by the carrier and not adjustable by the user. Some carriers provide code signing keys to bypass some of these prompts, but support for this varries by carrier.
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08-14-2008 11:45 AM
I've a BlackBerry CLDC application. It's signed and all flags are enabled into Options->Security.
my app access to read file and use open socket function. All time I receive a prompot message. I've a functionality that before to start are showed 5 prompt messages before to start, only for read a file and start socket connection.
is there a mode to hide them ?
08-14-2008 01:46 PM
08-15-2008 09:26 AM
If it is a BlackBerry CLDC application, has it been signed? You can read about code signing here: http://na.blackberry.com/eng/developers/downloads/
08-15-2008 12:50 PM
Yes it was signed.. is It normal all that ???? the prompts are showed all time that I call:
My app is signed for follow SignerID (taked from Signature Tool):
RRT-> RIM Runtime API
RIM -> Crypto API -RIM
08-15-2008 02:02 PM
You should have 3 keys to complete the signing process (RRT, RCR and RBB). If you are missing one, please install the csi file for the missing key.
If you don't have the csi files anymore you can contact email@example.com for a replacement set.