1. Borborygm's Avatar
    Does an app exist that allows you to remove cods from a generated list (on the phone) and/or add *.cod from a memory card/device mem?
    06-20-10 05:31 AM
  2. wnm's Avatar
    I'm not aware of an on device app that will do this.

    BBSAK can remove and add .cod's, although I don't know about doing from the media card.

    You can also do this using App Loader, by just cutting the .cod's from the OS file and pasting them to a temporary location.
    06-20-10 06:43 AM
  3. Borborygm's Avatar
    Yeh, I was trying to figure out a way to do some OS shrinking on the go...
    I know MaxMem does the end result, but doesn't list them, nor allows me to choose which cod files.

    Guess i'm downloading the SDK...
    06-20-10 06:48 AM
  4. Shao128's Avatar
    Yeh, I was trying to figure out a way to do some OS shrinking on the go...
    I know MaxMem does the end result, but doesn't list them, nor allows me to choose which cod files.

    Guess i'm downloading the SDK...
    The JDE (SDK) includes Javaloader, you can do some manipulation of CODs with that. Its not on device, but it might still do what you need.

    Code:
    Usage: JavaLoader [-u] [-p<port>|<pin>] [-b<baud>] [-d0|-d1] [-w<password>] [-q]
     <command>
    
    -u           Connect to USB handheld (default is serial)
    -p<port>     Specifies the serial port (serial handhelds only)
    -p<pin>      Specifies the handheld PIN (USB handhelds only; hex pin prefix '0x')
    -b<baud>     Specifies the baud rate (serial handhelds only)
    -d0          Disables VM debug mode
    -d1          Enables VM debug mode
    -w<password> Connects using the specified password
    -q           Quiet mode
    
    <command> is one of
    
      dir [-d] [-s] [-1]
        Lists modules on the handheld
          -d     Display dependency information
          -s     Display siblings
          -1     Single column output
    
      deviceinfo
        Provides information on the handheld
    
      load <.cod file> ...
        Loads modules onto the handheld
    
      load <.jad file>
        Load modules described by JAD onto the handheld
    
      load @<manifest> ...
        Loads all modules named in <manifest> onto the handheld
    
      save { <module> ... | -g <group> }
        Retrieves modules from the handheld
          -g     Retrieves all modules in a specified group
    
      info [-d] [-s] [-v] <.cod file> ...
        Provides information on the specified modules
          -d     Display dependency information
          -s     Display sibling information
          -v     Display verbose module information
    
      wipe [-a|-f]
        Wipes the handheld
          -a     Wipe applications only
          -f     Wipe filesystem only
    
      erase [-f] { <module> ... | -g <group> }
        Erases modules on the handheld
          -f     Force erase of in-use modules
          -g     Erases all modules in a specified group
    
      debugmode
        Enables VM debug mode
    
      eventlog
        Retrives the handheld event log
    
      cleareventlog
        Clears the handheld event log
    
      settime
        Sets the time on the handheld to the current time
    
      radio on|off
        Turns the handheld's radio on or off
    
      enum
        Enumerates all USB handhelds
    
      siblinginfo <.cod file> ...
        Provides sibling information on the specified modules
    
      screenshot [active|primary|auxiliary] <.bmp file>
        Retreives the current contents of the specified screen
        and saves it as a BMP file. If the screen is not
        specified, the default is "active".
    
      logstacktraces
        Dumps the stack traces for all threads to the event log
    
      resettofactory
        Reset IT policy to factory settings
    
      nvstore
        Dumps NV store data to stdout
    
      java_state <file>
        Dumps Java state to a file
    
      recoverflash <size in bytes>
        Attempts to recover the specified amount of flash
    
      otasl load <type> file
        load an OTASL patch file
        type is os, dspos, osext, installer, cod or patchlist
    
      otasl purge <type>
        purge OTASL patch files
        type is os, dspos, osext, installer, cod or patchlist
    
      otasl state <state>
        set the OTASL state and reset
        state is APPLY_PATCH, BACKUP_DATA, etc
    06-20-10 09:36 AM
  5. SCrid2000's Avatar
    I don't think there's an on-device app that does this; I personally would like one. On the other hand, look at the complains that maxmem gets. While some people would be able to use use such an app, I think most would just end up bricking their phones.
    But if anyone wants to make this app, I'd be happy to beta it.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    06-20-10 11:44 AM
  6. Borborygm's Avatar
    Is maxmem open source?

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    06-21-10 04:33 AM
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