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    Editing RIM COD files

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    Is there anyone that knows if it possible to open and edit a COD file that comes with the new handheld OS that we all download? I tried everything I can think of but I cant get the language to be right. all i get is a bunch of garbage. Its kind of a long shot question but i figured id try.

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    Re: Editing RIM COD files

    beats me.. hehe no good in notepad.. ;p

    What about any java development software? I'm not that much into dev..

    Good luck tho jeff

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    Re: Editing RIM COD files

    no notepad doesnt incode the language right you get symbols and stuff

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    Re: Editing RIM COD files

    If anyone has the answer to this I'd sure like to hear it......... anyone?

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    Re: Editing RIM COD files

    To my knowledge, you cant.

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    Re: Editing RIM COD files

    The COD files are in a binary format. They cant be edited by you or me. Unless you feel like decoding it with a hexeditor and risk bricking your phone. From what I've seen the phone checks a COD file for invalid entries before it loads... but on the outside chance that it loads a corrupt file... You risk bricking your phone.

    They COD files are all encoded in a java format (probably) but that's pretty much all I can put forth on the matter. You can edit it with notepad or some other text editor... but saving it will result in a corrupt file.

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    This can be done with the Free download Blackberry JDE. It can be found at blackberrys web site under developers tools.
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