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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

Thank you. What a convoluted way to use a simple library.
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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

>Thank you. What a convoluted way to use a simple library.

LOL... " we are not looking for easy ways" -))

You are welcome though.

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

Now I've got a different problem.

My dev alpha is stuck at the BBM setup. Is this expected?
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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

no. what do you mean?

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

It looks like bbmsp_register doesn't succeed.  Looks like the 10K commitment is beyond reach. Smiley Sad

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

what error do you get? worked for me...

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

Do you need a SIM card to register UUID?
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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

No.

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

All right. I give up.  The return code is 1, which just means fail, without saying anything about why bbmsp_register fails.

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Re: libbbmsp undefined reference to Q...

do you call bbmsp_request_events(0) prior to bbmsp_register()? does it succeed?