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Posts: 23
Registered: ‎01-20-2010
My Device: bold 9000
My Carrier: o2

Cant activate key signs - confused and annoyed

i am trying to sign my app - i am a noob and so i am following this step by step guide




i am gettign loads of errorrs and not sure what i am doing wrong, or what i am supposed to do


i have folllowed this tutorial to make a simple launcher





but it gives the error on my device that it isnt signed



i am using dos to try and sign it


i am unsure where i am supposed to place the .csi files that came in the key signing email


i get these error messages when trying to do it














im sure its a simple solution but with everything that BlackBerry does they seem to make it impossible for noobs to start and get developing!



i make my earnings through making themes - you download theme studio and bam it opens and you make a theme no complicated **bleep** like this!!



any help is apprechiated!



Posts: 3,708
Registered: ‎10-16-2008
My Device: Z10
My Carrier: Rogers

Re: Cant activate key signs - confused and annoyed

Hi berrygoodthemes,


Have you tried following the signing tool steps in the WebWorks developer's guide?  It has some pretty good step by step instructions specifically around code signing and WebWorks applications



Tim Neil
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Registered: ‎08-26-2010
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Re: Cant activate key signs - confused and annoyed

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Just read in detail the instruction from the RIM email:


Type the following command, including the full path of the .csi file:
java -jar SignatureTool.jar <.csi file path>

As i saw you screen shot above, i didn't see you have gift the correct path of the csi file.

I suggest you to put the 3 csi files in the simple folder ex: c:\csi\