Connect to RTSP stream on BlackBerry application using Carrier Network APN

Setting the APN connection under Options->Advanced Options->TCP-IP does not work, since it doesn’t use these settings.
You need to set your carrier network’s APN and (possibly) authentication info when creating the player with the RTSP stream’s URL.

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*Solution* – BlackBerry Media Player shows the RTSP stream just fine but my application does not

Chances are that you are viewing the RTSP stream using Wi-Fi on the media player(just disable Wi-Fi from "Manage Connections" and try again?), but if you do not specify this to your application when connecting, you will not be able to watch the stream.

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How to install ONLY the application that you want to BlackBerry without checking for device application updates

"Can’t I only install the app that I want and NOTHING else?"
Have you said this to yourself? Well, I also did.

When you want to install an app through the Application Loader on Desktop Manager it is first “Searching for available device software”.

Well, I don’t want it to. And I don’t want it to install any updates. If you also don’t; or just want to install your app in a lesser amount of time, then follow the steps below.

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*Solution* – Cannot connect BlackBerry to Desktop Manager

Well, I am able to connect it the first time around, but when I unplug the USB cable and then later want to re-connect it with my laptop, I cannot.
It gets stuck while trying to connect showing the text "Connecting to device.." on the phone.

Yep, it works fine if I restart my OS, but I don’t want to do that since it is a waste of time. Fortunately, we have another option. Solving the problem by doing what restarting the OS does.

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*Solution* – BlackBerry JDE does not generate the alx file

Yep, this happened to me as well. When I clicked on Project->Generate ALX file; nothing happens. No notification, nothing.
But the truth is, the ALX file is just a simple XML file. So, you can actually create it yourself.

Just copy and paste the text below into a file named <appName>.alx; modify the necessary sections,(the most important is the <files> tag) and just use the Desktop Manager to install it.

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