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Hi,

We have developed few games which are running in Emulator.

What are the detailed procedural steps for testing and deploying the games on BREW enabled mobile phones.??
What we should do now to test the games on the device??

Can BREW personnel explain the steps in detail ???

Hello nhl,
The Development for Brew takes following steps ......
1. Develop and test on Emulator
2. Test on BREW Device
*Get BREW Tools From Extranet.
*Get a BREW device and Get it test Enabled.
*Get a class ID, using the BREW ClassID Generator
*Compile the application using the ARM Compilers
*Get a test signature, using TestSig Generator
*Download the application to device using AppLoader
*Test the application on the device.
3. TRUE BREW® Testing
*Digitally sign the application with AppSigner.
*Package the application (zip file) for compatibility testing.
*Submit application to NSTL for Application Testing
4. Application Distribution
As you mentioned You compleated the 1st step.You can goto the 2nd step where you have to change the Your code according to the ARM compiler. as any windows program can run with some changes in emulator but not in real device...
You can use the following link for help with development process ...
Step by Step Guide

Hello nhl,
The Development for Brew takes following steps ......
1. Develop and test on Emulator
2. Test on BREW Device
*Get BREW Tools From Extranet.
*Get a BREW device and Get it test Enabled.
*Get a class ID, using the BREW ClassID Generator
*Compile the application using the ARM Compilers
*Get a test signature, using TestSig Generator
*Download the application to device using AppLoader
*Test the application on the device.
3. TRUE BREW® Testing
*Digitally sign the application with AppSigner.
*Package the application (zip file) for compatibility testing.
*Submit application to NSTL for Application Testing
4. Application Distribution
As you mentioned You compleated the 1st step.You can goto the 2nd step where you have to change the Your code according to the ARM compiler. as any windows program can run with some changes in emulator but not in real device...
You can use the following link for help with development process ...
Step by Step Guide

Quote:
You compleated the 1st step.You can goto the 2nd step where you have to change the Your code according to the ARM compiler. as any windows program can run with some changes in emulator but not in real device...
If you write your program in compliance with BREW development guide (that's what you should be doing right from the beginning of development cycle) then you can avoid lots of headache in real device development/testing and should be able to compile your code using ARM compiler without any problem.

Quote:
You compleated the 1st step.You can goto the 2nd step where you have to change the Your code according to the ARM compiler. as any windows program can run with some changes in emulator but not in real device...
If you write your program in compliance with BREW development guide (that's what you should be doing right from the beginning of development cycle) then you can avoid lots of headache in real device development/testing and should be able to compile your code using ARM compiler without any problem.