1. SO_Davis's Avatar
    Sry to bother you guys, if I have an expired debug token on my Z10, and remove it to put a new one on or renew the old one, will my side loaded apps stop working if they required one before?


    Posted via CB10
    09-02-13 07:09 PM
  2. tryfe's Avatar
    If you renew the debug token, they should all continue to function as before.
    09-02-13 07:12 PM
  3. SO_Davis's Avatar
    Well it's expired, but my apps are still working...so I'm not sure what to do, should I remove it...should I not...

    Posted via CB10
    09-02-13 08:04 PM
  4. nuff_said's Avatar
    Don't remove it.
    I manually change the date on my Z10 to make the token active again, and sideload all my new apps. Once finished I change the date back. Been using the same debug token since June and have sideload a ton of new apps.
    09-02-13 08:27 PM
  5. DurdenLunarius's Avatar
    So if I understand this right (since my debug expires tomorrow) if I roll back the device Date/Time to say Aug 5th and then reload the sideloaded apps fresh and then roll the date forward back to current (Network Time) the debug will be tricked into thinking it's a fresh 30 day install for the apps, right?
    09-09-13 10:17 AM
  6. SO_Davis's Avatar
    So if I understand this right (since my debug expires tomorrow) if I roll back the device Date/Time to say Aug 5th and then reload the sideloaded apps fresh and then roll the date forward back to current (Network Time) the debug will be tricked into thinking it's a fresh 30 day install for the apps, right?
    I don't know, I know what I was told, and I appricate it, but I still have it expired on my Z10, and everything is still working fine....this makes me wonder...


    Posted via CB10
    09-09-13 10:23 AM
  7. blackmoe's Avatar
    The debug token has nothing to do with running apps once they are installed. It is for allowing side loading bar files that are not signed during testing phase so the dev doesn't have to keep changing the version and signing. That way devs don't burn a lot of version numbers during the testing phase.

    Posted via CB10 on my Z30 (10.2.1.1055)
    12-21-13 01:54 PM
  8. KermEd's Avatar
    The debug token has nothing to do with running apps once they are installed. It is for allowing side loading bar files that are not signed during testing phase so the dev doesn't have to keep changing the version and signing. That way devs don't burn a lot of version numbers during the testing phase.

    Posted via CB10 on my Z30 (10.2.1.1055)
    /\ what he said

    You can just update the debug at anytime. But be aware debugs are specific to PINs (although you can make debugs for multiple pins).

    Posted via CB from my LE
    12-23-13 04:34 AM

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