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Registered: ‎02-20-2012
My Device: Z10/Playbook
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Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

I finished a Qt application for the PlayBook but don't have a real device to test. I would really appreciate if someone could casually test it on a real device before I submit to the AppWorld QA.

 

Mainly I want to make sure that I have the right binaries and that the application will install and start.

 

If you are willing to test it, the package can be donwloaded from http://www.crochik.com/wakeonlan/wakeonlan.bar

 

Bellow you will find a screenshot:

 

Thanks in advance,

Felipe

 

 

Screen shot

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Registered: ‎01-27-2012
My Device: playbook
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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

I tried to install it but it is still in dev mode and assumes a debug token is in place, I don't have a debug token installed and I can't sign a bar in dev mode.

Error: Code signing request failed because Application-Development-Mode in Manifest is present and is not set to [false].

Sign it and I will try it again.

Cheers,

Jon

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Posts: 40
Registered: ‎01-15-2012
My Device: Playbook Tablet
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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

[ Edited ]
result::failure 500 Application author does not match debug token author.

 what I get from my playbook Smiley Sad

/rgds
Andrey Yaromenok aka azazello
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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

Thank you! I didn't know....
Just uploaded a new version to the same location.

cheers,
Felipe
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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

Info: Sending request: Install
Info: Action: Install
Info: File size: 11059910
Info: Installing ...
Info: Processing 11059910 bytes
actual_dname::
actual_id::
actual_version::
result::failure 500 no debug token found

 remove the

-devMode -debugToken debugtoken.bar \

From the pro file and sign it again.

Cheers,

Jon

 

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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

[ Edited ]
Info: Sending request: Install and Launch
Info: Action: Install and Launch
Info: File size: 11066205
Info: Installing com.crochik.wakeonlan.gYABgDYgkuVG8EgUUvwnIm8oUpQ...
Info: Processing 11066205 bytes
Info: Progress 0%...
Info: Progress 33%...
Info: Progress 54%...
Info: Progress 64%...
Info: Progress 72%...
Info: Progress 80%...
actual_dname::com.crochik.wakeonlan.gYABgDYgkuVG8EgUUvwnIm8oUpQ
actual_id::gYABgDYgkuVG8EgUUvwnIm8oUpQ
actual_version::1.0.0.2
result::success
Info: Launching com.crochik.wakeonlan.gYABgDYgkuVG8EgUUvwnIm8oUpQ...

 

well - it's start, but MAC adress still contain zeroes. but value can be changed.

what appliation should do?

IMG_00000007.jpg

 

 PS:   jheron - looks like you test you use older version - file size is different Smiley Wink

/rgds
Andrey Yaromenok aka azazello
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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

 PS:   jheron - looks like you test you use older version - file size is different :smileywink:

ahhh yep, my bad, thanks!

I installed it fine now and I can use the ui fine to change the mac but what does it do?

Cheers,

Jon

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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

Jon and "azazello"

 

Thank you both! This is great news.

 

The application will allow you to "wake up"  a computer that is on standby or even powered off  depending on the hardware and settings. My desciption of the application is something like "Be green and lazy...wake your media server from the comfort of your couch using your PlayBook" .

 

You need to know the MACADDRESS for the network adapter on the computer you want to wake up and voila! It is very simple to use with "wired" network adapters, not so much with wireless ones. The PlayBook must be connected on the same LAN that the computer is.

 

Please feel free to try it out Smiley Happy I sure won't mind Smiley Wink

 

I know the code works on windows, linux, maemo and meego so I have to assume it will work on the playbook...

 

cheers,

Felipe

 

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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

[ Edited ]

small update: when application start - playbook screen became black after aprox 2-3 second. and return to correct view after aprox 15-20 seconds

 

/rgds
Andrey Yaromenok aka azazello
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Re: Test Qt application on real device before submitting to AppWorld

It happens on the simulator as well... The first thing you see is not actually the application but a "screenshot" that I used as the splashscreen.

 

I don't know if this is a common problem with all QML applications on the playbook or is it something I have to do differnet on mine. Until I have a device to play with it is hard to guess...

 

Thanks,

Felipe