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How to create Afaria Client App For Blackberry device since it is not present in BB store??

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 04:46 PM

    Hi Jigar,

    You can do this by 3 ways.

    1. Self service portal

    You have to install web server IIS or Apache, then copy and paste the Afaria COD files along with ALX and JAD. Then access webserver url from your Blackberry device Ex (http://localhost:80/afaria/), COD files will start installing Afaria. Give the enrollment code and configure it.

    2. BES push

    Activate enterprise account in your BB device, For this proper email id and password has to be configured in BES server which will access and validate the user by connecting Exchange server.

    Then you can set the policy in BES server and Push the required COD files from BES server.

    3. Blackberry Desktop Manager.

    Download and install Blackberry Desktop manager. Connect your device through USB cable with your computer system. Open the Desktop Manager. After sync, open applications tab, and browse the Afaria ALX file and then install it. All the ALX, COD, JAD and JAR should in a same folder when installing this into device.

    I hope this will help to you.


    Yokesvaran Kumarasamy

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  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 02:13 PM

    Hi Jigar,

    Is this something you are looking for?

    Creating a BlackBerry Afaria Client



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    • Hello,

      There are two ways to get the Afaria 7 client on the Blackberry device.

      1. Download Client from End User Self Service Portal (EUSSP)


      Must create an enrollment policy for blackberry device in Afaria administrator

      - Have successfully installed End User Self Service Portal. Please see KB article 7887 for installat

      •Browser to EUSSP on the Blackberry device

      •Write down the enrollment code for the blackberry device

      •Choose the option "I am enrolling"- this device

      •Click install on the device

      •Launch the Afaria Application on the device and enter the enrollment code from the EUSSP page

      2. Download the Afaria 7 Blackberry client from the Afaria Admin and upload the application to the Device via USB.


      - Must create enrollment code for blackberry device in Afaria Administrator

      •In Afaria administrator create an enrollment policy for blackberry device

      •Select "add" in the code box and create an enrollment code

      •Select "zip file with seed data" or "zip file without seed data" (if you want to configure the connection for yourself)

      •Select download

      •Find the ClientSetup file and extract files

      •Connect device to PC via USB

      •Create a folder named Afaria 7 client

      •Drop ClientSetup file form PC to Afaria7Client folder on device

      •Discounnect device from PC and navigate to the file on blackberry (applications-> files-> file folders-> Afaria7Client

      •Select Afaria.jad

      •Select download

      I hope this helps,



  • Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 12:08 PM


    Thank u both of u.

    I needed ur help to enroll blackberry devices.

    For testing,I have Blackberry curve 9380 and i don't have Relay server in my architecture.

    How sholud i proceed to enroll blackberry devices??

    Please help..

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    • Hi jigar,

      Relay server is not mandatory for bb devices, its just an optional one.

      As i said in the previous post, you can follow any one of the three points.

      Do you have BES server??

      If you are doing all this for testing purpose, then just install blackberry desktop manager, connect your device with usb then install afaria cod files. Make sure all the cod, alx, jad, jar in same folder.

      If you dont have BES, but you want install afaria by OTA, then you must go websever. Do you have webserver?? IIS or apache?


      Yokesvaran kumarasamy

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