Forums | developer.brewmp.com Forums | developer.brewmp.com

Developer

Forums

Forums:

i want to ask something about Apploader...
i'm trying to upload my application to a device, but i found that i can't upload multiple files at once while my app has many files used, so it's quite troublesome to upload the files one by one...
is it possible to upload to upload multiple files at once?
can anyone help me?
thanks...

i know that...
but i use many additional files (images, html files) and it needs to be uploaded too...
Quote:
# Create a new folder under "/" titled "myapp", where myapp is the name of your application.
# Copy myapp.mod (obtained by compiling in Step 3) to the newly created "myapp" folder on the phone.
# Copy myapp.sig (obtained using the Test Signature Generator in Step 4 to the myapp folder on the phone.
# If used, copy the bar file, "myapp.bar" (generated by BREW Resource Editor) to the myapp folder on the phone.
# Copy the mif file, "myapp.mif" to the "/" directory on the phone.
# Any additional files specific to your application may also be copied to the application directory, or subdirectories of the application directory.

i know that...
but i use many additional files (images, html files) and it needs to be uploaded too...
Quote:
# Create a new folder under "/" titled "myapp", where myapp is the name of your application.
# Copy myapp.mod (obtained by compiling in Step 3) to the newly created "myapp" folder on the phone.
# Copy myapp.sig (obtained using the Test Signature Generator in Step 4 to the myapp folder on the phone.
# If used, copy the bar file, "myapp.bar" (generated by BREW Resource Editor) to the myapp folder on the phone.
# Copy the mif file, "myapp.mif" to the "/" directory on the phone.
# Any additional files specific to your application may also be copied to the application directory, or subdirectories of the application directory.

If you have the later versions of the AppLoader, you can select all of your files in windows explorer, then drag them to the file tree in AppLoader. It will automatically place the correct files and make any appropriate folders in the EFS.
HTH

If you have the later versions of the AppLoader, you can select all of your files in windows explorer, then drag them to the file tree in AppLoader. It will automatically place the correct files and make any appropriate folders in the EFS.
HTH

oh...it is possible to drag-and-drop??
okay...i will try it...
thank you...

oh...it is possible to drag-and-drop??
okay...i will try it...
thank you...

Yes drag-drop works (used it for long time)

Yes drag-drop works (used it for long time)

Lumierre wrote:i want to ask something about Apploader...
i'm trying to upload my application to a device, but i found that i can't upload multiple files at once while my app has many files used, so it's quite troublesome to upload the files one by one...
is it possible to upload to upload multiple files at once?
can anyone help me?
thanks...
Though not directly related to your Apploader question
A word of caution in using multiple files in your application
https://brewx.qualcomm.com/bws/content/gi/common/appseng/en/developerfaq...
which says:
.....including more than 8 files in your application may cause your application to fail TRUE BREW Testing, or may cause carrier rejection of your application.
Ignore this, if it is being done for testing purposes only. ;)

Lumierre wrote:i want to ask something about Apploader...
i'm trying to upload my application to a device, but i found that i can't upload multiple files at once while my app has many files used, so it's quite troublesome to upload the files one by one...
is it possible to upload to upload multiple files at once?
can anyone help me?
thanks...
Though not directly related to your Apploader question
A word of caution in using multiple files in your application
https://brewx.qualcomm.com/bws/content/gi/common/appseng/en/developerfaq...
which says:
.....including more than 8 files in your application may cause your application to fail TRUE BREW Testing, or may cause carrier rejection of your application.
Ignore this, if it is being done for testing purposes only. ;)