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Old 01-07-2008, 10:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Where to get the .debug files?

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On page 186 of the "Blackberry Application Development Guide Volume 1" (version 4.1) it describes how to "Test applications using a connected BlackBerry device".

One of the first things it tells you is that

"To debug applications using a BlackBerry device, the .debug files in the BlackBerry JDE must match the software version number of the BlackBerry device".

Then it says to "Download the .debug files for your BlackBerry device software version number from the BlackBerry Developer Zone at http://blackberry.com/developers".

I don't see anywhere on that page to download said .debug files. I don't even find them when I search the site. Does anyone know where to get these elusive .debug files?

Much Thanks in advance

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Old 01-07-2008, 04:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Debugger is now working when attached to device.



I never did find those .debug files, but I did get the debugger working when attached to my device, which is what I really needed. If anyone is having a similar problem please see the following post:

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