01-17-2012 06:25 AM
I am using the 9360 Simulator version SimPackage-220.127.116.110_9360
After a few minutes use the message 'Media card is not inserted properly' pops up and it takes several/many back button presses to dismiss it (clicking the trackpad to utilise the OK button in the pop-up dialog has no effect), but it will pop-up again shortly after.
This means I have to keep shutting down and restarting the simulator to continue testing/debugging which is an almighty new PITA.
Has anyone else experienced this, and does anyone know a cure?
01-20-2012 10:50 AM
I've run a couple of sample apps in run and debug mode, and have also used the aforementioned simulator in standalone mode. I'm not able to reproduce the error, as the simulator is functioning as expected.
Is your applicaion utilizing any media card functionality? Also, if you could provide some additional information regarding your development machine it would assist in our investigation.
01-23-2012 04:39 AM
My development environment is:
Eclipse 3.6.1 installed using your BlackBerry Java Plug-in for Eclipse version 1.5.0 plus any offered updates
Yes I am mirroring to a PC file system for SD Card files at: C:\SDCard, selected from the Debug Configuration -> Simulator -> Memory option
The application running when I get the pop-up is packaged for JRE 7.0.0
I have done a complete re-install of the Java Plugin for Eclipse 1.5, plus updates plus Simulator packages, but still get the message pop-up after about 5 minutes of debug deployment to the simulator.
I have a second machine where I installed version 1.3 plus updates to 1.5 plus simulators where I don't get the problem. I 'think' I have only had the problem since I did a complete re-install using the 1.5 package.