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11-18-2013 10:02 AM
Try to run the addressbook sample and see how it compares to the behaviour of your application. If it still fails please provide details on the model and OS you are testing on. If it works it'll give you something to compare your implementation to.
11-19-2013 01:17 AM
Thanks a lot ,
Addressbook sample worked perfectly .
I was using the following code
QList<bb:im::contacts::Contact> contactList = bb:im::contacts::ContactService().contacts(filters);
which didnt worked
using the following addressbook sample code worked
ContactService * contactService = new ContactService(this);