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01-02-2014 04:43 AM
I am developing a crossplatform application and it runs on iOS and Android. But not on BlackBerry 10. The error that occurs is [ERROR] Error initializing Cordova: undefined. I tracked down the error and it occurs in the www/plugins/org.apache.cordova.device/www/device.j
On the other hand, on iOS I can watch the Device.h and Device.m files that are used by the device.js file. But on my BlackBerry project I can not find the Device.hpp and Device.cpp files. Are they added somewhere in the build process or something? Then I could check what happens in the C++ code and why the error occurs.
Thanks in advance!
Solved! Go to Solution.
01-02-2014 05:10 AM
Issue is solved. I first ran the build command as sudo, shouldn't have done that. When I just run it as normal user, everything works as expected.