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My Device: Playbook, Z10 LE, Dev Alpha B, 2x Dev Alpha C
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PIN

If you already know the meanng if the bit below it means this (to the best of my knowledge)

 

When you applied for your keys you had to supply a PIN

 

It was required for you to sign your signing keys

 

PLEASE don't pass your PIN on to anyone else you don't trust without question

 

Its like trusting someone with your bank account - so be VERY careful

 

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You are receiving this email because you had previously registered with RIM for a BlackBerry Tablet OS Code Signing Key.  The attached email contains a debug token key, which is now sent out whenever someone registers for a BlackBerry Tablet OS Code Signing Key.

The PIN required to install this debug token key is the same as your Tablet OS code signing key.  If you do not recall your PIN, please request a new Tablet OS code signing key here:  https://www.blackberry.com/SignedKeys/

Debug token key overview:
This debug token key enables you to request a debug token that can be uploaded to a BlackBerry PlayBook, allowing it to run unsigned applications you create for the purpose of testing and debugging.

There is no limit to the number of debug tokens you can request with this key, however there are limits on the number of active debug tokens you can have at one time.  Each debug token (not this key) is tied to a BlackBerry PlayBook PIN.  You are limited to 100 active debug tokens at one time.  A debug token (not this key) expires after 30 days.

Installing and using your debug token key:

Debug token support was added in version 1.0.1 of the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK.  You can download it here:  http://us.blackberry.com/developers/tablet/adobe.jsp
Please refer to the following link for steps on installing and using your debug token key and debug tokens:  http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/deliverables/23959/Running_unsigned_apps_debug_tokens_1667_...

Troubleshooting:

If you are having difficulty installing or registering your debug token key please search for the error you are receiving in the Developer Resource Center.
http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Testing-and-Deployment/tkb-p/Testing_and_Deployment_of_Applic...

The BlackBerry Development Support Forums can also be a great resource in overcoming hurdles when developing with the BlackBerry platform.  Check them out here:  http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Developer-Support-Forums/ct-p/blackberrydev

If you continue to experience issues, please contact devsupport@rim.com.

Best of luck with your development and thank you for your interest in BlackBerry.

Regards,
BlackBerry Application Development Support Team
http://www.blackberry.com/developers




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Posts: 1,229
Registered: ‎03-20-2011
My Device: Playbook, Z10 LE, Dev Alpha B, 2x Dev Alpha C
My Carrier: 3, Orange, Vodafone

Re: PIN

I now have two requests for what it means

 

While I can tell my friends the meaning I feel that the security Q in place needs more explanation to oothers

 

Thanks


peardox wrote:

If you already know the meanng if the bit below it means this (to the best of my knowledge)

 

When you applied for your keys you had to supply a PIN

 

It was required for you to sign your signing keys

 

PLEASE don't pass your PIN on to anyone else you don't trust without question

 

Its like trusting someone with your bank account - so be VERY careful

 

------------

 

You are receiving this email because you had previously registered with RIM for a BlackBerry Tablet OS Code Signing Key.  The attached email contains a debug token key, which is now sent out whenever someone registers for a BlackBerry Tablet OS Code Signing Key.

The PIN required to install this debug token key is the same as your Tablet OS code signing key.  If you do not recall your PIN, please request a new Tablet OS code signing key here:  https://www.blackberry.com/SignedKeys/

Debug token key overview:
This debug token key enables you to request a debug token that can be uploaded to a BlackBerry PlayBook, allowing it to run unsigned applications you create for the purpose of testing and debugging.

There is no limit to the number of debug tokens you can request with this key, however there are limits on the number of active debug tokens you can have at one time.  Each debug token (not this key) is tied to a BlackBerry PlayBook PIN.  You are limited to 100 active debug tokens at one time.  A debug token (not this key) expires after 30 days.

Installing and using your debug token key:

Debug token support was added in version 1.0.1 of the BlackBerry Tablet OS SDK.  You can download it here:  http://us.blackberry.com/developers/tablet/adobe.jsp
Please refer to the following link for steps on installing and using your debug token key and debug tokens:  http://docs.blackberry.com/en/developers/deliverables/23959/Running_unsigned_apps_debug_tokens_1667_...

Troubleshooting:

If you are having difficulty installing or registering your debug token key please search for the error you are receiving in the Developer Resource Center.
http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Testing-and-Deployment/tkb-p/Testing_and_Deployment_of_Applic...

The BlackBerry Development Support Forums can also be a great resource in overcoming hurdles when developing with the BlackBerry platform.  Check them out here:  http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Developer-Support-Forums/ct-p/blackberrydev

If you continue to experience issues, please contact devsupport@rim.com.

Best of luck with your development and thank you for your interest in BlackBerry.

Regards,
BlackBerry Application Development Support Team
http://www.blackberry.com/developers


 




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