09-15-2012 02:48 PM
I updated my Dev alpha device yesterday to the latest version when I was told to by my Blackberry Desktop software. I went into QNX Momentics IDE and continued development on my project which was working before on my device. Now when I debug it I get a pop up message that says:
"The application you are launching is built against a different Native SDK version (10.0.6.543) than your device version (10.0.6.671). Using a different Native SDK will cause issued during debugging. Would you like to proceed?"
I figured I needed to get the latest NDK version. so I uninstalled my current one and redownloaded the latest from the Blackberry site. I still get this error even after a fresh install of the build. Is there a way to update my NDK that is just not clear on your site?
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09-15-2012 08:09 PM
I get the same error now after upgrading my Dev Alpha to 10.0.6.671 today.
But the latest NDK archive file is still this one:
which is obviously the same version 10.0.6.543 I have already downloaded and installed before. Hence I did not reinstall the NDK. I just ignored the error and I haven't found any new problems yet.
09-17-2012 08:58 AM
So I did some more investigation. What I realized is that yes some code works if I ignore the message like the "HelloCascades" for example. However, I believe my source doesnt work because i'm using the camera. I tested my theory by trying the "PhotoBomber" app and discovered I was correct. The new build has issues with Camera. I'll find the detailed error message when I get home from work but you can reproduce it with the "PhotoBomber" sample. Anyone else experience this?
09-17-2012 10:08 AM
I posted on this topic here:
and was told there is no functional difference and the warning can be safely ignored.