From Browser it could be called by using file://store/ prefix , but I cannot check it as my Browser service is disabled at the moment. Can somebody with working Browser check this link:
“A problem occurred while trying to render the page”
“Invalid Link” – used blackberry browser.
Thanks guys, it seems it doesn’t work this way.
Still have a problem with my service, damn
if somebody is still reading this thread, can you guys try
it seems that it was my mistake – it is file:/// not file://
second one workes on a 8800
BlackBerry Pearl t-mo,
I get “A problem occurred while trying to render the page” on both of them :(
modified path for 8100,don’t work.
In my bb 8100 your path give me the “A problem occurred while trying to render the page” error.
But i tried to go in picture folder and i seen the picture properties (/Memory of device/samples/pictures/lily.png) so i tried file://store/samples/pictures/lily.png and it’s work fine!
(my english is so bad?)
the right url id file:///store/samples/pictures/lily.png :-)
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Have you tried to step-debug through third-party apps and modify the execution path so as to bypass certain security features? For example, I am trying to step over a method to prevent its execution, but the simulator results in a null pointer exception and then terminates the app. I believe it is possible to do this, but I am running out of time to prove it can be done. I really need to make this work.
The Ethical Hacker.
Да уж… Жизнь – как вождение велосипеда. Чтобы сохранить равновесие, ты должен двигаться.
Came across a nice zip called blackberryhack which showed you how to use the Blackberry JDE to load apps which required a serial and then using ollydbg you could find the correct serial hidden in the code.
Some apps dont work this way and thats why it wouldbe nice to edit a .cod file and remove the registry codebit.
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