Changes between Version 15 and Version 16 of Getting-Started/BB10


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Apr 16, 2013 4:42:28 AM (6 years ago)
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bennylp
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    217 == Notes == #notes 
    218  
    219 === Missing Separator === #missingsep 
     217= Problems = #notes 
     218 
     219== Missing Separator == #missingsep 
    220220 
    221221If you forgot to run '''{{{source bbndk-env.sh}}}''' (as explained [#ndk above]) before running {{{make dep}}}, the dependency files will get corrupted with the ''' "!** missing separator" ''' error and you'll have to delete each of those dependency files manually. 
    222222 
    223 === GSM Call Interruption Problem === #gsm 
     223== GSM Call Interruption Problem == #gsm 
    224224 
    225225If a VoIP call is in progress when an incoming GSM call arrives, and if the user accepts the GSM call, the audio routing of the phone is flawed producing the following result: The VoIP call goes to speaker and the GSM call does not “grab” the audio channels so you get a “null” GSM call and the VoIP call carries on with speaker. 
     
    229229Thank you Bob Cripps of Truphone for the note. 
    230230 
    231 === Unable to Get Sound Device Parameters === #snderr 
     231== Unable to Get Sound Device Parameters == #snderr 
    232232 
    233233This error happens because PJSIP is unable to open the audio capture device. Make sure you set the [#appconfig application permissions] correctly. 
    234234 
    235 === Troubleshooting !BlackBerry Target Device === #targetprob 
    236  
    237  1. Development mode is turned ON (''Settings'' --> ''Security and Privacy'' --> ''Development Mode'') 
     235== Troubleshooting !BlackBerry Target Device == #targetprob 
     236 
     237If you're having problems with target device, make sure that: 
     238 1. Development mode is turned ON on the device (''Settings'' --> ''Security and Privacy'' --> ''Development Mode'') 
    238239    - Otherwise when you connect the USB you'll have a random IP address and you are not able to connect to target device in Momentics 
    239240 1. You can connect to !BlackBerry target device in Momentics IDE. A !BlackBerry target device will be named something like ''usb'' or ''usb1'' if you're connecting via USB