Any with OS versions between 4.6.1 and 7.1.
No, there aren't. But you may get Android platform apps running on it. Read http://liliputing.com/2014/01/blackberry-os-10-2-1-launches-makes-installing-android-apps-easier.html or http://www.cnet.com/how-to/the-easiest-way-to-install-android-apps-on-bb10/
Currently there is no way to specify which connection use or ignore.
BlackBerry Client will try to connect using the following order:
- BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server)
- Direct TCP (device configured APN)
All the necessary files to deploy the application are generated under the "deploy" folder, in blackberry mobile folder in the KB (eg. <KB>\ <MODEL> \ mobile\blackberry\deploy ). There you will find two sets of files: the "standard" and the "web" files. The first will be necessary to deploy via Desktop and App World and the second one for "OTA" deployment.
In those folders the ".cod", ".jad" and ".alx" files are generated.
BlackBerry Devices work with ".cod files", which means ".cod" files are the executable (or library) files of your application (just like .jar files on j2ME).
Both ".jad" and ".alx" files contain information about the application (name, description, vendor, version, etc) and the references to the different ".cod" files. The difference is that an ".alx" presents the information in an XML, while ".jad" file is a plain text file.
This error has the following Message Box:
It is caused by the "BlackBerry Simulator" property from the Smart Devices Generator which has a wrong value.
It assumes that the version of the simulator is 8900, but the correct value is 9800 according to the installed simulator.
To change the simulator check: Select different BlackBerry simulators