10-19-2011 09:03 PM
When I was setting up the signing in QNX Momentics IDE, I accidently entered the wrong csk password when it was trying to create a debug token, and now it just gives me an error saying I have an incorrect csk password, every time I try to create a debug token. But it never gives me an option to change it, how can I enter correct password?
10-19-2011 10:41 PM
In the QNX Momentics IDE go to Windows --> Preferences --> Blackberry Tablet OS --> SIgning and run the Blackberry Tablet OS Deployment Wizard and see if that will get you to where you need to be. There might be a faster way to get there but I am still trying to get used to things as well
10-24-2011 12:44 PM
06-06-2015 12:00 AM
I struggled with trying to get a debug token onto the device.
The symptom was, every time i wanted to create a debug token, it would prompt for the csk password,
compute for a few seconds, and then ask again. over and over. Temporarily i would see a file get created in the
research in motion folder, only for it to disappear again. (i copied it once; the file was not valid token at any rate)
The new IDE does not have any such delete capability for passwords that i could find. I did
however, finally find the deployment wizard. It was no different than the steps used when i try to add a device
to the IDE in the dropdown. Pity.
I navigated to users/steve/appdata/local/research in motion
i moved all the .csk and .db and .bar files out of the folder (up into local for instance)
then i clicked on the device dropdown and selected my phone again. This time, my efforts
to create a debug token and download it to the device finally worked.
I used my blackberry id password,
then i had to login to blackberry jam.
After that, the process was automatic, and i see barsigner.db and BLACKBERRY-6200_27716200_debugtoken.bar as well as my previously created bbidtoken.csk (which it downloaded from blackberry jam) and my author.p12 file
which i never touched.
Wow there was nothing on the net about this, that i could find. I hope this helps someone.