09-24-2008 08:34 PM - edited 09-24-2008 08:44 PM
I'm using JavaLoader to copy my app on my BB. But now for whatever reason I can't delete it. I'm always getting message "Error: module is in use" and even if I power off my BB or even remove the battery. Any advice?
Copy with cmd: JavaLoader -u zedi_efmwalkup.cod
Delete with cmd: JavaLoader -u zedi_efmwalkup
A JavaLoader -u dir produce
net_rim_bb_timezoneotapatcher 2.3 28268 Wed Feb 28 17:12:25 2007
net_rim_bb_lbs_resource_en 1.1.35 33412 Fri May 04 10:08:43 2007
zedi_efmwalkup 1.0.332 143588 Wed Sep 24 18:11:59 2008
GoogleMaps 2.2.3 449508 Wed Jul 30 17:25:06 2008
BlackBerry 8700 v184.108.40.206 (Platform 220.127.116.11)
Forget about it. The Application Loader in the Desktop Manager manage to get rid of it.
Solved! Go to Solution.
09-25-2008 04:18 AM
09-25-2008 09:36 AM
And here are the reasons why you may need to use the -f flag.
What Is - The reason a reset is required when upgrading an application
01-12-2009 03:04 PM
03-25-2010 01:40 PM
Mark, could you please comment on the other possible reasons, too?
1. a Thread is still running.
Is System.exit() sufficient stop all threads?
Is closing the last screen sufficient?
2. a dependency between a native class and one of the app's classes.
What exactly does that mean?
Could you give an example?
3. a live reference to a large array or large String that cannot be copied.
How large approximately?
How can an app hold a reference to a String if none of its threads are still running?
4. The application contains a live reference to a transient object.
7. The application is very large and/or contains many sibling COD files.
How large or how many cod files approximately?
My app consists of 6 cod files ATM.. Is that very large?
Also is there an easy way to figure out which of the seven reasons is the actual reason for the device to reboot? Some log entry maybe?
Thanks in advance
03-28-2011 12:22 PM
can the user do the same as the "erase -f" from the target device ?
because this uncommited data may block uninstallation of app ...