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Old 12-12-2008, 12:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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went from 65 to 75 and now for testing i have to reinstall 75. can i do this without first reinstalling 65? and if not, where can i get 65?
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You can wipe and reinstall the OS.
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Not sure why you would really need to do this but use JL_Cmder in my signature to wipe the device and then reload .75.
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qa reasons... testing different scenarios for the company. question though... if .75 is installed, after a wipe .75 will still be the os on the device, no? so why would dm see the need to upgrade?
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if .75 is on then after the wipe you still have .75
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Let's read this thread again.

Using the JLCmder wipe, there will not be an OS on the device. None.

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You can wipe and reinstall the OS.

unless you re-read the thread and see this, which leads one to believe you meant a simple wipe from the security menu
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ps... javaloader (jl commander) simply doesnt work on the storm. unless someone can confirm that they got it to connect and wipe? is there a newer version of javaloader.exe that shipped as part of a storm sdk?

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Are you using the latest version of javaloader? Link to latest version (4.7) is in my sig.
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yup. downloaded again to be sure. can you get it to connect? even just to do a screenshot as a test?

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where do you get the latest javaloader?
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