02-07-2012 06:06 PM
Playbook64 NDK1 > device -uninstallApp fails
Q. how do I uninstall a development app from Playbook OS 1 from linux host / NDK1 environment?
Q. is there a way to confirm the 'application ID' or bar file name as it is on the device?
Developing on Host: linux (Ubuntu 11.04) target: Playbook64 OS 1.xx, I've been building sample apps. Then I got a message "maximum of 10 development apps has been reached". So I went to delete them and found it iwas 'hard' to uninstall. I found some documentation online:
blackberry-deploy -uninstallApp -device IP_address -package
bar_file_name -password device_password
I found a blackberry-deploy script file in:
From there I issued variants of:
sh blackberry-deploy -uninstallApp -device 192.168.1.101 -package HelloWorld.bar -password my_pwd
(where I've verified the IP address on the device, my_pwd is the password I have set on the device, and in linux instead of sh I can go ./blackberry-deploy)
It seems to run and try something, but says
Error: Ch2_Hello_Triangle.bar (No such file or directory)
I verified the original .bar package name in the host workspace, and tried various mutations such as leaving off the .bar, and trying it with other sample/development programs deployed to the device, and tried
blackberry-nativepackager -uninstallApp -device 192.168.1.101 -package HelloWorld.bar -password my_pwd
none of my variants worked.
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02-08-2012 09:05 AM