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    JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

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    Hi everyone, I recently wrote a little app for myself to make loading apps less of a hassle - it's just a gui wraper for Javaloader.exe written in VB
    At this point it does have some limiataions (usb only) but these can easily be fixed if there's enough demand. In any case, download all and enjoy.

    Checkout the readme.txt or post back in this thread with questions/comments.

    www.controlgenie.com/JLGUI.zip

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    thanks

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    i put your work to use already muhahahahaha


    http://blackberryforums.pinstack.com...153#post501153

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    Thanks will chk it out.

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    glad you're finding it useful! thanks for posting in the other forum also!

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    Can someone please directly send me the JLGUI file cause the website that's linked there isn't working.
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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    i just clicked the link and got a window to download the zip file ...

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    He fixed it! Great.
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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    Actually I was on vacation ... I guess dreamhost had another outage (sigh)
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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    Which theme in there is the Sprint one? What's the exact file name of it?
    I have Verizon so it doesn't obviously come standard on my 8130, but I'd like to load it. I tried installing some of the themes I thought it would be, but didn't have any luck.

    Thanks for whoever is able to help.
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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    Hello At first Thanks for the program.

    I´ve used it with a BB 8320 and after loading the apps, they work perfect but there is no way to delete them.

    They do not appear on the apps list (even after rebooting). just as modules.

    Does any one knows a solution??

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    T.u.
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    Thx a lot!
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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    This is great! Can I suggest some enhancements?

    Buttons to:

    1. Capture Screen Shot
    2. Display the following in a cut & paste-able box
    a. Device Info - <deviceinfo>
    b. Event Log - <eventlog>
    c. Modules installed <dir>
    3. Erase a specified module. Maybe list them first then let them select
    4. Wipe Handheld

    Both 3 & 4 should have a warning some sort of confirm, for example, type blackberry like the wipe on the handheld.

    These enhancements would make this a great troubleshooting tool that we could use on our user's workstations. As a VB Coder, I would love to offer you any assistance you need.

    Again, great job!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnck78 View Post
    This is great! Can I suggest some enhancements?

    Buttons to:

    1. Capture Screen Shot
    2. Display the following in a cut & paste-able box
    a. Device Info - <deviceinfo>
    b. Event Log - <eventlog>
    c. Modules installed <dir>
    3. Erase a specified module. Maybe list them first then let them select
    4. Wipe Handheld

    Both 3 & 4 should have a warning some sort of confirm, for example, type blackberry like the wipe on the handheld.

    These enhancements would make this a great troubleshooting tool that we could use on our user's workstations. As a VB Coder, I would love to offer you any assistance you need.

    Again, great job!!
    I second that.
    Last edited by BlackBerry8800; 12-17-2007 at 03:45 PM.

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    Re: JLGUI now available - GUI frontend for javaloader - load apps w/o desktop manager

    I'll look into your suggestions .. As far as deleting, all have to do is drag the cod files in and click remove or manually add a module name and remove that way ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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