BlackBerry Tablet Simulator known issues

This section lists known issues for the BlackBerry® Tablet Simulator 1.0.1.

Simulator

After you accept permissions for your application, you cannot change them on the simulator.

Impact: You cannot add, remove, or change permissions for an application, even after uninstalling it.

Workaround: Reinstall the simulator, or revert to its original snapshot, or change the application's package name.

You cannot upload files to the simulator using Samba share. (96180)

Impact: You cannot upload test files to shared folders.

Workaround: Upload files to shared folders using SCP or SFTP.

The navigator becomes unresponsive when you try to uninstall an application from the simulator. (95925)

Impact: You cannot use the simulator after you try to uninstall an application.

Workaround: Restart the simulator. Use the command line tool to uninstall the application.

The simulator loses mouse coordinates after changing the orientation to portrait. (95795)

Impact: Clicking within the application might not produce the expected result.

Workaround: Click within the application again to reset mouse coordinates.

When launching your application remotely, if enter your password incorrectly five times, triggering a prompt on the simulator to enter your password, and then enter it incorrectly another five times, the simulator stops functioning. (82627)

Impact: You cannot deploy your application.

Workaround: Reinstall the simulator.

In Windows® 7, the default user cannot start the simulator.

Impact: You cannot start the simulator.

Workaround: Run the installer as root, or choose a different folder.

In Windows 7, the default user cannot open and run the VMware® image.

Impact: You cannot start the simulator.

Workaround: Change permissions on the simulator to allow access for the default user, or copy the files to another location as a regular user.

Installer

Any applications that you install after you have uninstalled an application will not launch. (96312)

Impact: You cannot launch an application.

Workaround: Restart the simulator or BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet.

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