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  1. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    Should work on most varieties of Linux (with mono installed) - and theoretically Mac too (also with mono) but I have no way of testing.

    Requires .NET Framework 4.5+ for Windows OR Mono 3.2.8+ for Linux/Mac

    For Linux/Mac Mono version 4 or higher is highly recommended for more consistent reliable results. If installing through your distros package repository make sure you have the mono-complete package. With mono you run the SAME EXE as windows users do and it should work.
    http://www.mono-project.com/docs/get...arted/install/

    V3.1.0.1 Latest Version

    Download from Dropbox
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/0zpo2i86dg...1.0.1.rar?dl=0

    MEGA Mirror
    https://mega.co.nz/#!pUtXzRhI!rhTSel...nVqRm3Mxb4DzB8


    Standard Disclaimer: Use at your own risk. I take no responsibility for loss of any data especially with backups. If you're unsure, please stick with using Link to create your backups.

    License and other credit stuff

    Main Features

    • Sideload (install) Bar files - does not require development mode
    • All the file extraction from autoloaders
    • Detects if an OS is for OMAP (STL100-1), qc8960 (Z10, Z30, Q10, etc) or qc8974 (Passport only at this time)
    • Extract specific apps only
    • Compare loaders/blitz packages and extract changed apps
    • Split Autoloaders
    • Build Autoloaders - directly from BAR files that contain the signed files if they're available
    • Search for Updates and Software Release Versions.
    • Option to auto-install when downloading update files
    • eScreen Code generation
    • Delete apps from the phone
    • Lists of apps to ignore/delete for automation purposes
    • Can talk to multiple phones
    • Backup/Restore


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    Screenshots

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    Recent Changelog

    3.1.0.1 bugfix - in some circumstances DBBT may have thought your phone was not properly logged in.

    3.1.0.0 another fairly major rewrite. changed zip handling library, optimized blitz handling memory usage, and some speed improvements too. Almost all code was touched in some way and I tried to test it all, but if something doesn't quite work let me know.

    3.0.0.1 fixed a few minor things with the backup/restore user interface
    - more memory optimizations
    - one last place uses a lot more memory than it should, that's when working with a blitz file. Still working on that one.

    3.0.0.0 - Backup and restore functions added.
    - Selective backup/restores
    - Link Compatible backups created.
    - May be a little rough around the edges, will get some refinement over next few releases.
    - Untested with devices with enterprise partitions.
    - Use of backups - like the rest - is at your own risk.

    2.9.0.1 - Major optimizations for speed* and memory usage.
    - Peak memory usage is in some cases reduced to as low as 10% of what it was.
    - App extraction of multiple apps can complete much faster (my system went from 100 seconds to 35 seconds).
    - Bar file verification process is also much faster. (again my system went from 150 seconds to 45 seconds)

    *Speed improvements will vary from system to system.

    2.8.0.5 - Mainly fixes for linux
    - Drag/Drop didn't work sometimes (apparently qt desktop managers like lxqt?), catch that and providing workarounds so nothing depends on drag/drop.
    - Some visual fixes.

    2.8.0.4 font size larger again in software lookup history.
    some fixes for mono - mainly in drag drop adding files and in device communication.

    2.8.0.3 Lots of changes to make the program mono compliant for cross-platform support.
    Mono is required for Linux/Mac ( http://www.mono-project.com/docs/get...arted/install/ ) Version 3.2.8 should work, version 4 is better.
    On Linux a terminal window does open with DBBTool, don't close that.
    Mono support only tested on Ubuntu 15.04 with mono. Given the wide variety of Linux distributions there may be some differences on how they work. If errors are encountered let me know.
    lzo.dll is no longer included or required.
    Windows - long filename limits now detected and properly reported.
    Various other small bug fixes.

    Changes to mono version vs windows:
    • The backup manager is currently disabled
    • Plugging in or unplugging a phone could take a few extra seconds to recognize there has been a change.
    • Linux mono has some limits, like a \ in a folder name is technically valid, but mono translates that to a / so when it gets to my code it's already mangled and unusable. Linux/Mac users may need to keep in mind that some quirks like these may exist and if they're fixable I'll do what I can but sometimes they're not.


    2.7.2.3 Fixes wallpaper installation errors - see http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...l#post11709118

    2.7.2.2 added SQW100-4 Passport. Hardware ID was just obtained.

    2.7.2.1 recompiled properly, use this, don't use 2.7.2.0

    2.7.2.0 just fixed URLs for Z3 OS downloads

    2.7.1.9 fixed one error message that was showing up but had no effect
    fixed a few file download URLs so they're adapted to whatever version is requested for download.

    2.7.1.8 small fix: delta upgrades were being recognized as OS updates even if they were for apps.

    2.7.1.7 small bugfix

    2.7.1.6
    * Zoom Zoom Zoom - no, not any faster, but the ability to make things BIGGER

    2.7.1.5
    * More control and options with update downloads, better download user interface.
    * Download accelerator - faster downloads on fast connections
    * Can choose what device radio/OS to download no matter what you search for.


    Version numbering note: Version numbers mean nothing, I increase it when I release, and increase the numbering however I feel like it. it indicates that one version is newer than another, but is not indicative of how much has changed.
    Last edited by DarcyTallGuy; 08-07-17 at 02:33 PM.
    09-04-14 09:54 AM
  2. jaydee5799's Avatar
    Wow! Thanks for the latest and greatest!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    09-04-14 09:56 AM
  3. petertinh's Avatar
    Thanks Darcy. Great job.
    09-04-14 10:09 AM
  4. uuffoo's Avatar
    Thank you for the best DBBT so far Darcy...
    09-04-14 10:22 AM
  5. thatplaybookguy's Avatar
    And YOINK!! Thank You Darcy!!!
    jonassabatini likes this.
    09-04-14 10:26 AM
  6. denbagusetito's Avatar
    Thank you Darcy...
    09-04-14 11:30 AM
  7. Enzetsu's Avatar
    Any plans to release a Mac version?
    09-04-14 11:32 AM
  8. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    Any plans to release a Mac version?
    Nope, I'd have to port the project to Mono, and from what I understand it's not a quick process. It may happen one day, but definitely no plans for it. That's the drawback to developing in .NET is that it's not portable. And I'm too far into it now to start over on a different platform.
    09-04-14 11:46 AM
  9. Enzetsu's Avatar
    Nope, I'd have to port the project to Mono, and from what I understand it's not a quick process. It may happen one day, but definitely no plans for it. That's the drawback to developing in .NET is that it's not portable. And I'm too far into it now to start over on a different platform.
    Makes sense, one if the draw backs of having a Mac. Good thing I have one pc in the house, can't wait to try this out tonight.
    09-04-14 01:06 PM
  10. Ragbert's Avatar
    Wow, thank you so much, Darcy!


    Posted with my Q10, SQN100-2, 10.2.1.3253/3182 Radio
    09-04-14 01:09 PM
  11. red72's Avatar
    Thank You Sir!
    09-04-14 01:09 PM
  12. ofutur's Avatar
    Just tried 2.1.0.1 and it doesn't log in. The field is just cleared and I still have 5 attempts.
    Win8.1_x64
    09-04-14 07:27 PM
  13. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    Just tried 2.1.0.1 and it doesn't log in. The field is just cleared and I still have 5 attempts.
    Win8.1_x64
    Found the problem... login protocol version 3 seems to handle the login a little differently when you actually have a password, but when you have no password it works just fine.

    Reverted to version 2 while I research whats different.

    2.1.0.2 fixes this.
    09-04-14 09:51 PM
  14. xsacha's Avatar
    Found the problem... login protocol version 3 seems to handle the login a little differently when you actually have a password, but when you have no password it works just fine.
    Darcy, I don't seem to have any issues with protocol version 3 in Sachesi. All I did was change the number from 1 to 3.

    When you say you reverted to version 2, do you mean 1?

    If your previous comms were over protocol version 2, then yes, that's very different.
    09-04-14 11:31 PM
  15. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    Darcy, I don't seem to have any issues with protocol version 3 in Sachesi. All I did was change the number from 1 to 3.

    When you say you reverted to version 2, do you mean 1?

    If your previous comms were over protocol version 2, then yes, that's very different.
    Probably something fairly simple that I'm missing. And it only happens when using a password. I'll have time to look at it in the next few days

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    09-05-14 07:27 AM
  16. kaizvn's Avatar
    how about mac OS version ...
    09-07-14 02:20 PM
  17. thurask's Avatar
    how about mac OS version ...
    Scroll up a little...

    Posted via CB10
    Lawrie Sherratt likes this.
    09-07-14 02:44 PM
  18. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    how about mac OS version ...
    If I could I would. But it's not that simple.

    Posted via CB10
    09-07-14 03:50 PM
  19. pttptppt's Avatar
    I'll try this tonight.

    Posted via CB10
    09-07-14 04:39 PM
  20. Tialk's Avatar
    Good day to you Darcy,

    thank you very much for your work on
    this mighty tool. It's very usefull for me.

    I wandered to read your little warnings
    about the actual bundled new CAP file
    (v3.11.0.11) at the last "moved to this" thread.

    Sometimes a CAP is newer and sometimes
    an much older Version is included. Why ?

    DBBT 1.6.0.0 - CAP 3.10.0.55
    DBBT 1.8.0.1 - CAP 3.10.0.57
    DBBT 1.9.0.1 - CAP 3.11.0.6
    DBBT 1.9.0.2 - CAP 3.11.0.6
    DBBT 1.9.0.4 - CAP 3.10.0.46
    DBBT 2.0.0.0 - CAP 3.10.0.46
    DBBT 2.0.0.1 - CAP 3.10.0.46
    DBBT 2.0.0.2 - CAP 3.11.0.11
    DBBT 2.0.0.3 - CAP 3.11.0.11
    DBBT 2.1.0.2 - CAP 3.11.0.11

    Is the actual Version recommend making autoloaders
    or another preferred ?
    09-07-14 06:12 PM
  21. tinochiko's Avatar
    Nice, thanks!

    Posted via CB10
    09-07-14 06:15 PM
  22. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    Good day to you Darcy,

    thank you very much for your work on
    this mighty tool. It's very usefull for me.

    I wandered to read your little warnings
    about the actual bundled new CAP file
    (v3.11.0.11) at the last "moved to this" thread.

    Sometimes a CAP is newer and sometimes
    an much older Version is included. Why ?

    DBBT 1.6.0.0 - CAP 3.10.0.55
    DBBT 1.8.0.1 - CAP 3.10.0.57
    DBBT 1.9.0.1 - CAP 3.11.0.6
    DBBT 1.9.0.2 - CAP 3.11.0.6
    DBBT 1.9.0.4 - CAP 3.10.0.46
    DBBT 2.0.0.0 - CAP 3.10.0.46
    DBBT 2.0.0.1 - CAP 3.10.0.46
    DBBT 2.0.0.2 - CAP 3.11.0.11
    DBBT 2.0.0.3 - CAP 3.11.0.11
    DBBT 2.1.0.2 - CAP 3.11.0.11

    Is the actual Version recommend making autoloaders
    or another preferred ?
    It doesn't seem to matter at all. They all work the same. 1.9.0.4-2.0.0.1 I goofed up and had an old version, but since it doesn't really make a difference I never really paid that much attention when distributing. It had a copy of cap included and that was the important part.

    Obviously BlackBerry does changes, but nobody outside of BlackBerry knows what those changes are.

    Posted via CB10
    09-07-14 07:39 PM
  23. DarcyTallGuy's Avatar
    2.2.0.0 uploaded.

    Mostly small bugfixes. Can compare an OS directly with what's installed on your phone now too if you want. See what apps are newer on your phone, see if you've missed any when doing a non-destructive upgrade (like I did, oops), or whatever else you can think of doing with it.
    zephyr613, SirJes, LP_Rigg and 3 others like this.
    09-12-14 12:48 PM
  24. zephyr613's Avatar
    Thank you my friend
    09-12-14 12:59 PM
  25. Tialk's Avatar
    Hi Darcy,

    i tried to extract/split the cap.exe with your tool from an autoloader.
    It worked fine, but the extracted .exe is allways 8byte smaller than the packed one.
    I compared the extract with the bundled cap (hex) and at the end some dots are truncated, but extract is still working...
    Last edited by Tialk; 09-13-14 at 10:21 AM.
    09-12-14 05:55 PM
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