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Old 12-12-2006, 03:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi ALL,

I want to know some trick or tips for Javaloader.

Normally, we know to use javaloader to load *.cod remove *.cod
or wipe system.

what I want to know is:

when we load cod files to device, we can do

javaloader -usb load folder\*.cod

if I want to remove some cod with only one command.for example:
there are some cod files named: cod_a.cod,cod_b.codcod_c.codcod_d.cod

I want to remove all the cod files start with "cod_"

how to remove it?

if I use
javaloder -usb -erase cod_*.cod
it does not work.

I hope some expert would like to post what ever command that he thinks it is good for other user to use javaloader.

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From the experience that I've had with javaloader you have specify the individual cod files that you want to remove.

So in the loading process if the "javaloader -usb load folder\*.cod" command loaded cod_xxx.cod from that directory you would have to type in:

javaloder -usb -erase cod_xxx.cod

I don't think you can use the * in the removal process. I think you have to type in the whole file name for each cod file you loaded that you want to remove.

You can also do a "javaloader -usb dir" and that will list all of the modules on the device. Then you will be able to see what you need to type in to remove the modules you loaded.
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