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  1. #1
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    reset the emulator

    Hi FN

    I've been modifying the IAP tables on the emulators. But it seems I have done something wrong with the tables. Now everytime I open Tools -> Settings -> Connection -> Access points I get system error -19.

    I've tried to track back the changes I made, but I cant get it back to work like it was. Is there anyway I can reset the emulator to the original? Just like we hard reset a real phone using *#7370#.

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    Re: reset the emulator

    The emulator has no "ROM" from where it could restore its original settings. I usually suggest that the complete Epoc32 folder should be backed up immediately after installing the SDK. Then it can help a lot when you need "clean" builds, the emulator dies, etc.

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    Re: reset the emulator

    Hi wizard_hu_

    I was thinking that the emulator has a database file too. For storing the IAP tables. The filename is cdbv3.dat CMIIW.

    But I cant find this file on the emulator (I've searched my entire harddrive). This is very weird. If I can find that file, dont you think I can just replace it with the original one?

    Something is so simple always gets so complicated in Symbian :(

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    Re: reset the emulator

    hi,

    well i do agree abit on this but not fully.

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    The emulator has no "ROM" from where it could restore its original settings. I usually suggest that the complete Epoc32 folder should be backed up immediately after installing the SDK. Then it can help a lot when you need "clean" builds, the emulator dies, etc.
    it could me easy if emulator has an extension option to set the epoc32 again it just need to abstract the data files and place it on epoc32 of the drive of installation..

    Hope nokia looks on this for a feature option of enhancing the emulator capabilities for developers....


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    Mateen Maldar
    Last edited by mateen_maldar; 2007-10-03 at 14:52. Reason: typo
    "Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve"

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    Re: reset the emulator

    Hi FN


    Why dont we suggest this feature to Nokia for the next SDKs? I think this is not too difficult to do. Just restore the emulator original settings like *#7370# would do on a real phone.

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    Re: reset the emulator

    Hi FN

    I've resetted my emulator. I did it by copying epoc32 folder from a fresh installation to my SDKs folder. ^_^

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    Re: reset the emulator

    I've replaced the 'Epoc32' folder with earlier backuped too. Looks like working normally

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