02-26-2012 06:00 AM
I've reveiced the CSJ files. In QNX® Momentics IDE, I open preferences -> BlackBerry Tablet OS -> Signing - > Register.
I complete the form with the CSJ files, PIN and passwords. When I validate the form, Everything is ok and I receive an email that confirm that I'm well registered.
But the problem is when I restart QNX® Momentics IDE, in BlackBerry Tablet OS -> Signing -> RIM Signing authority there is written "Registered: No".
If I try to register once again, QNX® Momentics IDE say that I'me already registered and I need to contact RIM to add an other user (I don't want to add an other user).
Did someone had the same problem ? How to fix that ?
Windows 7 32 Bits under parallels 6.0.12090 on MacOSX 10.6.8
QNX® Momentics IDE for BlackBerry® Native SDK for Tablet OS Version: 1.0.0 Build id: 201110112127
Solved! Go to Solution.
02-26-2012 08:28 PM
how come you don't want to make a phantom? I don't know, i've had similar problems just trying to log to download apps on the blackberry site. I try a second account and do somthing like log out of that one and then log back in with my original username and it lets me in. you might try that.
* if you tell me how to exactly get the signing key, and what I have to do, I can try to do the keys myself.
I won't need a playbook to make sure it is working, right?
02-27-2012 02:41 PM
There is a bug in NDK 1.0 with localized versions of Windows and signing. This bug has been fixed in NDK 2.0 which should be released imminently. You can also use Beta 3 if you cannot wait for the NDK 2.0 GA release.
Unfortunately you will have to request new CSJ files and reregister.
03-01-2012 02:26 PM
I've installed the version 2.0 of the SDK, I've request new CJS files. But I've the same problem... I would like to publish my app before the 3 March to be eligible for a free tablet but this bug is blocking...
03-07-2012 06:28 PM
The Native SDK does have full Mac support. Is there some reason that's not an option for you? Not that it solves the problem you're having, but it might side-step it.