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04-27-2009 10:42 AM - edited 04-27-2009 10:47 AM
I want to debug my code on a device connected via usb. I know that I need the same versions in JDE and on device.
For example JDE 4.5 -> device has to have firmware 4.5.
Although I have verified this the debugger tells me that he cannot find net_rim_app_manager.debug and many others. When I navigate with browse to the debug files simulator files of the JDE he doesn't like that and tells me
Bad debug information: <InstallPathToJDE>\simulator\net_rim_app_manager.d
My JDE regognizes the usb-attached-device. When I ignore the errors I see some, but not all messages in the debug window. So the connection is ok.
My installed JDE-simulator firmware Version DOES match the firmwareversion of the Device BUT not the firmware-sub-version-number. I mean the numbers after the second dot (4.5.XXXX) Is this the reason of the error-message?
- how and where can I get the EXACT matching firmware-subversion for my device?
- how can I make a real-device-debugging with the latest firmware?
If no, do I miss something other?
my JDE-4.5.0.Simulator-Device: 8310
my real-Device: 8310
my real-Device-Firmware: 188.8.131.52
Thanks for help
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04-27-2009 11:55 AM
Yes I know it can be ignored; The "many others" files which the debugger cannot find, he tells you when you don't click on ignore. Nevertheless I would like to know if it is possible to get a configuration without getting the error-messages and if the not matching firmware-subversions are the reason for the errors.
04-28-2009 04:10 AM - edited 04-28-2009 04:15 AM
ok, after some searching and debugging, I found the solution in this post
here a little summary (including comments from above mentioned posting). In this example we suppose you use JDE 4.5.0.
Note: Although I have installed now the exact matching versions. The debugger tells about some files that he "Cannot find" them i.e.:
I think these debug-files are relatively unimportant for most applications, so you can ignore it.
A good indicator to know that there is really a version incompatibility is when the first file he cannot find is "net_rim_app_manager.debug".
05-07-2009 01:56 AM
What are you meant to do when there is no simulator that matches your devices firmware? For example, I have firmware 184.108.40.206, and the closest available is 220.127.116.11.
Can I downgrade the firmware on my blackberry somehow?