11-18-2009 10:16 AM
I was trying to test some stuff and thought that using the full capabilities of the phone would
not be a big deal but I just got a controlled access exception on camera. Anyone know offhand
if this is from RIM restricting class usage or did my carrier "activation" come with some disablement?
I always accuse the carriers first , opposing viewpoints and evidence welcome.
11-18-2009 10:21 AM
did you check the application permissions?
11-18-2009 10:30 AM
Thanks, that may have fixed it but now I have another problem. I had assumed I would get prompts for all
of that if it was even a choice. I set the permissions in options ->applications and it seems to get past
that now, still doesn't work due to other bugs but this is a spare time effort and will have to wait.
11-18-2009 10:33 AM
if the value is set to prompt you should get a prompt. there are various conditions where you don't get one, for example if you have no UI application.
If the value is set to deny, like on many company phones i guess, you don't get a prompt.
using the applicationpermissions class allows you to check and react on the given permissions, or at least on some.