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RIM Appworld Weekly Report (31st Jan 04th Feb) Mon 431 (17) Tue 432 (17) Wed 436(17) Thu 434 (17) Fri 434(17) "Passed Testing as per RIM'S guidance". Application was initiated from by selecting the application icon from the "Task List" The application is deleted from Options-> Applications -> Clip Mailer Failed testing as per RIMS Guidance FAILED ON Blackberry 8120, 8520, 8900, 9000, 9500, 9550 ,9700, 9630 "Failed testing as per RIM'S Guidance - FAILED ON Blackberry 8520" "Failed testing as per RIM'S Guidance - FAILED ON Blackberry 9700" This application was tested on Blackberry 9520 and not on Blackberry 9550. 01/07/2011: "This is a Duplicate Submission" - Pavan. 01/07/2011 - "Unable to Download the Application Zip file".-Pavan. Application Supports Free Purchasing type. Unable to decide the Purchasing Type as the application fails to launch. Unable to decide the Purchasing Type as the application fails to Install.

Unable to decide the "Purchasing Type" as the application fails to navigate to the main menu. Application supports License Fees purchasing type. Application supports Service Access purchasing type. Application supports Paid Upgrades purchasing type. Application supports Accessory required purchasing type. Application supports Try & Buy purchasing type. Application supports Digital Goods purchasing type.

Application supports Microtransactions purchasing type. 162073, 162076, 162081, 162078, 161938, 162079 - Unable to download application zip files. If user tries to download the zip files then user notices message The file you are attempting to download was not saved properly to the file service. Please contact support for assistance and the status of these work orders are kept On Hold.

http://mobileemail.vodafone.in/

http://airtel.blackberry.com/

Javaloader usb load C:\AUT_FOLDER\*.cod

Airtel - Blackberry Customer Care: 7070 Vodafone - Blackberry Customer Care: 55666

Airtel APN Settings for Blackberry:

Access point name: airtelgprs.com Username: guest Password: guest DNS: 202.56.240.5/202.56.230.5 Proxy Address: Proxy port:

http://www.blackberryfaq.com/index.php/Carrier_specific_APN/TCP_settings.

AIRTEL Email-Accounts:

1. For 8110 Pearl:

Username: nstl_8110 Password: nstl_8110 Email: nstl_8110@airtel.blackberry.com

2. For 9000 Bold: RIMTEST13

Username: nstlairtel13 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel04@airtel.blackberry.com

3. For 9500 Storm: RIMTEST12

Username: nstlairtel30 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel30@airtel.blackberry.com

4. For 8100 Pearl: RIMTEST19

Username: nstlairtel19 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel30@airtel.blackberry.com

5. For 8100 Pearl: RIMTEST20

Username: nstlairtel50 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel50@airtel.blackberry.com

6. For 8120 Pearl: RIMTEST07

Username: nstlairtel07 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel07@airtel.blackberry.com

7. For 8320 Curve: RIMTEST06

Username: nstlairtel06 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel06@airtel.blackberry.com

8. For 9000 Bold: RIMTEST14

Username: nstlairtel14 Password: testing

Email: nstlairtel14@airtel.blackberry.com

10 For 8900: Rim test 25 Username: nstlairtel25 Password: testing

11. BB 9550 STORM (RIMTEST 30)

PIN: 30B55DE2 IMEI: 004401.13.481539.4

Username: nstlairtel30 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel30@airtel.blackberry.com

12. BB 9520 STORM (RIMTEST 31)

PIN: 30B2DEAA IMEI: 004401.13.481344.9

Username: nstlairtel19 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel19@airtel.blackberry.com

13. BB 9700 BOLD (RIMTEST 29)

PIN: 211908F9 IMEI: 004401.13.493744.6

Username: nstlairtel29 Password: testing Email: nstlairtel29@airtel.blackberry.com

VODAFONE Email-Accounts:

1.

For 8120 Pearl: RIMTEST08

Username: nstlvodafone01 Password: testing Email: nstlvodafone01@mobileemail.vodafone.in

2. For 9500 Storm: RIMTEST11

Username: nstlvodafone02 Password: testing Email: nstlvodafone02@mobileemail.vodafone.in

3. For 9000/ BOLD: RIMTEST01

Username: nstlvodafone03

Password: testing Email: nstlvodafone03@mobileemail.vodafone.in

4. BB 9700 BOLD (RIMTEST 28)

PIN: 21190814 IMEI: 004401.13.493727.1

Username: nstlvodafone28 Password: testing Email: nstlvodafone28@mobileemail.vodafone.in

COMMENTS:

PWNThe user is unable to delete the application from the device as the application is not listed under the Applications menu.

NOTE: Could not uninstall due to issue with Javaloader utility.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Highlight the application. 2. Select the Menu key. 3. Notice Delete is not available. 4. Select Options -> Advanced Options. 5. Select Applications.

6. Notice that the application under testing is not available for uninstallation.

INSTALL:The application fails to install to the device as the applications zip file contains .bar extension file instead of .cod extension file. Note: The application fails to install even if the user changes the file extension from '.bar' to '.cod'

Steps to reproduce:

1. Download the application Zip file. 2. Extract the application Zip file. 3. Notice the application Zip file contains .bar extension file instead of .cod extension file.

The application fails to launch upon installation.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Wipe the test device. 2. Install the application. 3. Launch the application. 4. Notice the application fails to launch.

1. (Issue)

The application icon "FollowUp" is not listed within the Applications menu. However the user is able to find the "FollowUp" feature as an option when ever there is a Missed call/E-mail notification. The application runs in the background without user initiation.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Wipe the test device. 2. Install the application using Java loader. 3. Notice the application icon is not at the main menu 4. Press the SEND key to bring about the call log 5. Highlight any phone number and press the menu button 6. Notice the option "FollowUp!" 7. Also, "About FollowUP!" can be located at the "Options" menu.

2. If the user installs the application to the device then the application icon fails to appear in the applications menu.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Wipe the handset. 2. Device must be registered on the network. 3. Install the application using cable loading. 4. Applications cod files installed successfully on the device. 5. Now, open the application in the application menu 6. Notice that the application icon is not listed.

3. The application icon fails to appear in any folder or in the Options menu of the device upon installation.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Wipe the handset. 2. Install the application using Java loader. 3. Applications cod files install successfully on the device. 4. Notice that the application icon is not listed in any folder or in the Options menu of the device.

RUN:2. The application does not allow the user to proceed to the Main menu from the Welcome screen.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Wipe the test device. 2. Install the application. 3. Launch the application. 4. Notice that welcome screen is displayed and the user cannot proceed to the Main menu by selecting the "Next" option from the Menu key options.

3.

The application freezes if the user selects "Allow/Deny" option for the application to access GPS.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Launch the application. 2. Select "Start Tracking" 3. Select "Allow/Deny" when prompted whether the GPS can be accessed. 4. Notice that the application freezes.

4. The application fails to Launch gives an error message "Error starting FireEMSTools:Module FireEMSTOOLS attempts to access a secure API. With OK option to dismiss the message.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Wipe the handset. 2. Install the application using Javaloader. 3. Launch the application. 4. Notice the above mentioned message.

6. Upon first time launch, after granting Trusted Application status to all prompts, the following message is displayed: "Can't load current theme. Reinstall your theme." followed by the application exiting.

NOTE: This occurred on the Pearl 8120, but does not occur on the Pearl 8110. Once application is re-launched, allow access and application will take user to Welcome screen and can use the application.

Steps to reproduce:

1. Wipe the handset 2. Launch the application 3. Select Yes" to grant Trusted Application status to all requests 4. Notice error message 5. Notice the application exiting momentarily

7.

The application fails to launch and displays the following error messages when user clicks on the application icons Word To Go, Slideshow To Go and Sheet To Go on the Application menu to launch the application: -"Error starting WordToGo: Classnet.rim.blackberry.api.mail.FileSupportedAttachment Part not found -"Error starting SlideshowToGo: Class net.rim.blackberry.api.mail.FileSupportedAttachment Part not found -"Error starting SheetToGo: Class net.rim.blackberry.api.mail.FileSupportedAttachment Part not found

NOTE: On the pearl 8120, the "DocumentsToGo" icon is displayed followed by "Up" folder and WordToGo, SlideshowToGo, and SheetToGo. The user is also able to launch all three applications and can execute "open a file..." without any issue.

Steps to Reproduce:

1. Wipe the device. 2. Install the application using Java loader. 3. Click on the Word To Go, Slideshow To Go and Sheet To Go icons on the Applications menu. 4. Notice that the above said error message appears and the application fails to launch. 11.

The user is unable to navigate to the main m