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Old 01-28-2005, 02:00 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Okay, found some stuff on javaloader, need some help on the command line. To remove the brickbreaker game, do I key these commands?

javaloader -usb erase -f net_rim_device_apps_games_brickbreaker
javaloader -usb erase -f brickbreaker240X160resources

Do I need to add the .cod behind the string on the command lines above? Sorry man, complete newbie here.

Also, I think in Palm OS lingo the app file above is the .prc and the resources file is the .pdb. Would there be any issues if I remove the resources file? Like, are there other apps (or games) that make use of the same file? I know well sure that after removing the files I have no way of adding them back in.

Or is there someway to make a backup of these 2 files on my PC before I delete them? Thanks man.
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I just found out how to backup the .cod file. Having trouble with the brickbreaker240x160resources file. Any idea what the extension is? Javaloader can't seem to pick it up when I leave out the extension. Gives me a "Error: module does not exist" message.

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Not sure if it's too late for this little tip, however...

Nothing shows up in the application list of the Application Loader until you actually load something from a given PC. For example, I upgraded my O/S on my home PC, but nothing shows up when I run the Application Loader on my work PC.

As well, if you load an application, and then delete the ALX file from your PC, nothing shows up in the loader for that application dispite the fact that it is still on the Blackberry.

So... If you reinstall the O/S, then you should see brickbreaker in the application list the next time you start the loader (it shows up in mine). The it should be a simple matter to remove it.
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I'll try that. Thanks.
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Hi all, once again, I've tried searching, but nothing came up.

Am on a OS3.8 7290, Desktop Manager 3.6 SP3 I think.

Using Javaloader to get a list of files, I saw this "brickbreaker240x160resources" file. It's clear that this file is related to the brickbreaker game. While I could save (backup) a copy of the brickbreaker.cod file, I can't seem to do so for the resources file. I used the commands below.

javaloader -usb save net_rim_device_apps_games_brickbreaker.cod
javaloader -usb save brickbreaker240x160resources

Gives me a "Error: module does not exist" message. What extension exactly does the brickbreaker240x160resources file have? How do I remove it?

I haven't tried tannis00's suggestion below, but don't really wish to go down that road.
I figured out my problem! And I was real dumb! The command above was correct, except for the "x". The file name had "x" in caps, whereas I keyed in lowercase! Argh! Stupid! No wonder no one else replied! :D Just kidding! Thanks folks!
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