Edit: How to backup/delete "brickbreaker240x160resource
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.
You could just go to Settings then Applications and delete from there. When you push the trackwheel, it will give you the option to Delete. It also gives you an option for Modules and you can delete from within there as well.
If all else fails, you can use "javaloader -usb erase -f <module>" to erase it.
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