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How to access RDA from Carbide

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Created: bloodredsky (19 Oct 2007)
Last edited: BuildNokia (12 Aug 2014)

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As of August 12, 2014, Remote Device Access is no longer available. Therefore this article is obsolete.)

This article shows how you can launch the web browser with the Nokia Developer Remote Device Access service as parameter (using the the external tools tab in Carbide.c++ IDE).

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1. Go to Run->External tools->External tools from your Carbide IDE.

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2. Create a new configuration. Select your preferred web browser to the location-field (IE used in the example) using the "Browse file system"-option. Write the direct address of the RDA service to the arguments field. The address is Save the settings and you're done.

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3. Run the configuration from the external tools tab whenever needed. This will launch a new web browser window with the RDA website address as parameter. If you are already logged to Nokia Developer's site, then you are automatically directed to the reservation system. Otherwise type in your Nokia Developer username + password to the login field to access the service.

This way you can easily launch the service from your IDE whenever needed, without always the need to locate the link from Nokia Developer's site. Simple reserve a device and start testing.

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