cordova-dev mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Filip Maj <>
Subject Re: [BlackBerry] launch app from command line?
Date Sat, 10 Nov 2012 00:22:41 GMT
For getting a list of devices, it's a network issue due to OTA deployment.
Would be nice if there was a "discover" command in the BB suite of tools
that would scan the local network and find any Bbs. Just sayin :)

As for determining which one is a playbook or bb10, you can do that
through ./blackberry-deploy -getDeviceInfo -device <ip> -password

PS the various cli tools that come with the BB SDK are awesome. The _one_
thing missing is an equivalent to Android's "adb devices" which lists all
accessible / connected / reachable Android devices.

On 11/9/12 3:56 PM, "Filip Maj" <> wrote:

>Yeah that worked awesome. Silly me for trying BB 7 ;)
>Nukul (or anyone for that matter), one more quick question: any way to
>accomplish the following:
>- get a list of connected BlacKBerry devices (only playbook / bb10 is
>- determine which one is a playbook and which one is a bb10 ?
>On 11/9/12 3:26 PM, "Nukul Bhasin" <> wrote:
>>Not possible for BlackBerry os 6 or 7
>>You can do it for pb and bb10 using BlackBerry-deploy
>>From: Tim Kim
>>Reply To:
>>*Re: [BlackBerry] launch app from command line?*
>>2012-11-09 6:18:09 PM
>>I talked to Fil over IM about this and here were some points I came up
>>- pretty sure just doing ./cordova/debug on bb10/playbook will auto
>>- not sure what to do for bb 6/7 - ./cordova/debug will install onto
>>but not launch it
>>- also updating an app of bb 6/7 reboots the device which could be
>>problematic for testing new changes without a human involved
>>On 9 November 2012 15:04, Filip Maj wrote:
>>> I can successfully package and deploy an app to a device.
>>> I am now looking to launch it from my command line. I am working on the
>>> cordova CI setup.
>>> I dug around for some articles but couldn't find anything. Tim / Gord /
>>> Ken / any other RIM lurkers around that could potentially set up?
>>> I am interested in all flavors of BlackBerry: OS 6-7, PlayBook, or
>>> Command-line launching for any/all of these would be rad.
>>> Thx in advance for any help / pointers.
>>> Fil
>>Timothy Kim

View raw message