I have spent well over 4 hours tracking down this issue. I figure I’d share my findings to save someone a headache in the future.
I have been testing development builds of our Blackberry application for MyChamberApp. Working with and removing prior .COD/.ALX files can be a pain.
Problem – When you remove an application using Blackberry Desktop Manager it does not remove all files. This results in older versions living on the system thereby preventing you from loading newer development builds.
Solution — On OSX you can find and remove your previous version .cod and .alx from the directory:
cd ~/Library/Application Support/BlackBerryDesktop/Device Applications/Local rm -rf *
Deleting files from here will explicitly remove them from your Applications list.
You may now add the newer application by clicking