1. lawguyman's Avatar
    Does anyone you know how to do this?

    Posted via CB10
    05-24-13 07:54 AM
  2. SCrid2000's Avatar
    I don't, although I wish I did. If there's a way to do it, it'll probably be using CAP - http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...rabber-737025/
    05-24-13 06:28 PM
  3. xsacha's Avatar
    Just delete the first part of the autoloader (cap.exe).
    Then you're left with Core OS.signed + Radio.signed in that order.
    05-24-13 06:33 PM
  4. lawguyman's Avatar
    Just delete the first part of the autoloader (cap.exe).
    Then you're left with Core OS.signed + Radio.signed in that order.
    Thanks but I don't understand what you mean by deleting the first part of the autoloader.

    Posted via CB10
    05-24-13 06:40 PM
  5. SCrid2000's Avatar
    Thanks but I don't understand what you mean by deleting the first part of the autoloader.

    Posted via CB10
    I'm guessing it means use the command line and run

    cap delete os.signed

    To be clear, that's just a guess.
    Last edited by SCrid2000; 05-24-13 at 07:04 PM.
    05-24-13 06:47 PM
  6. b320's Avatar
    I'm guessing it means use the command line and run

    cap delete os.signed

    To be clear, that's just a guess.
    delete is not a valid autoloader command. Unless I'm mistaken, delete means delete text in the file itself using HxD.
    05-24-13 07:33 PM
  7. xsacha's Avatar
    delete is not a valid autoloader command. Unless I'm mistaken, delete means delete text in the file itself using HxD.
    Yes, the same way you create cap.exe (by deleting the OS and Radio). Instead, delete the CAP.

    I can make an app or script to do this for you.
    Kyle27, zocster and sbmd like this.
    05-24-13 11:46 PM
  8. Kyle27's Avatar
    I can make an app or script to do this for you.
    That would be extremely useful for me. I have a lot of autoloaders and would love to extract the signed files from them. Would really appreciate if you could do this!
    05-25-13 01:09 AM
  9. SCrid2000's Avatar
    Yes, the same way you create cap.exe (by deleting the OS and Radio). Instead, delete the CAP.

    I can make an app or script to do this for you.
    That would be an amazing addition to Sachibar
    05-25-13 01:14 AM
  10. russworman's Avatar
    That would be an amazing addition to Sachibar
    I agree

    Posted via CB10
    05-25-13 01:16 AM
  11. dejanh's Avatar
    I'm very much interested in this tool as well. It would allow for non-destructive upgrades that do not require a full reload of every single application every time there is a leak.
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    05-25-13 01:36 AM
  12. SCrid2000's Avatar
    I'm very much interested in this tool as well. It would allow for non-destructive upgrades that do not require a full reload of every single application every time there is a leak.
    Would it? I assumed the autoloaders required a full reload because they were debrick images.
    05-25-13 01:43 AM
  13. ofutur's Avatar
    I'm very much interested in this tool as well. It would allow for non-destructive upgrades that do not require a full reload of every single application every time there is a leak.
    Nope. For that you need signed bars and that's what sashup is giving you already.
    The signed files can only be used to create autoloaders.

    Sent from a Q10 with a crappy OLED screen
    05-25-13 04:28 AM
  14. zocster's Avatar
    Please! Add it to Sachup functions!

    Yes, the same way you create cap.exe (by deleting the OS and Radio). Instead, delete the CAP.

    I can make an app or script to do this for you.
    Sent from my Z10 using Tapatalk 2
    05-25-13 04:32 AM
  15. lawguyman's Avatar
    I'm guessing it means use the command line and run

    cap delete os.signed

    To be clear, that's just a guess.
    Thanks. I'll give it a try.
    05-25-13 05:04 AM
  16. b320's Avatar
    I'm guessing it means use the command line and run

    cap delete os.signed

    To be clear, that's just a guess.
    Thanks. I'll give it a try.
    This will not work. You cannot use a "delete" command with autoloader.exe or cap.exe as "delete" is not a valid command for the autoloader.

    To extract radio and OS files, see: http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...-files-811138/
    05-25-13 05:16 AM
  17. lawguyman's Avatar
    This will not work. You cannot use a "delete" command with autoloader.exe or cap.exe as "delete" is not a valid command for the autoloader.

    To extract radio and OS files, see: http://forums.crackberry.com/bb10-le...-files-811138/
    Hee. I'm used to using a command line interface from back in the DOS days when I was trying to get Ultima III to run but I think this is over my head.
    05-25-13 05:45 AM
  18. b320's Avatar
    Hee. I'm used to using a command line interface from back in the DOS days when I was trying to get Ultima III to run but I think this is over my head.
    There are no complicated command-line prompts here. Autoloader only supports four commands itself. However, it does not have a command to extract the .signed files, which makes sense as it's meant to be a "loader."

    If you need to extract one or both of the .signed files, you can do so and it can almost entirely be done with graphical tools.
    05-25-13 05:53 AM
  19. lawguyman's Avatar
    There are no complicated command-line prompts here. Autoloader only supports four commands itself. However, it does not have a command to extract the .signed files, which makes sense as it's meant to be a "loader."

    If you need to extract one or both of the .signed files, you can do so and it can almost entirely be done with graphical tools.

    What tools?

    Posted via CB10
    05-25-13 06:13 AM
  20. b320's Avatar
    If you get down to basics, then essentially Windows Explorer and a hex editor, maybe just a decent text editor (not Notepad).
    05-25-13 06:44 AM
  21. xsacha's Avatar
    Adding it to Sachup. A splitter and combiner.
    05-25-13 07:06 AM
  22. tickerguy's Avatar
    The "C" program to extract both radio and OS files from an autoloader, which presumes the first file is the radio and the second the OS, is at http://www.denninger.net/parseautoloader.c

    Come and get it (you will need to compile it, as it's source. And it ain't elegant -- just functional.)
    05-25-13 10:33 AM
  23. b320's Avatar
    Adding it to Sachup. A splitter and combiner.
    @lawguyman this will be a graphical tool as well.
    05-25-13 02:29 PM

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