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Clean up MIDlets
Showcase, June 4, 2015 - 1:58pm, 2083 views
After working with the Cinterion Concept Board or Terminals for a while you might end up in a situation that several MIDlet are installed and you want to clean all.
I wrote a easy to use program which helps you to do this.
It can be executed in a shell e.g. java -jar DelMIDlets_rev1.0.1.jar -p com2
Execute this without any argument will show the help text below explaining how to use this small program.
Help text: arguments: SERIAL INTERFACE -p serial port e.g com1 or /dev/ttyS0 -baudrate serial port speed, default is 115200 -databits number of databis default is 8 -stopbits number of stopbits default is 1 -parity parity, e for even, o for odd, n for none, default is none Hardware flow control is used by default OTHER -pwd password to be used with AT^SJAM, empty by default -help this help text Example: c:\>java -jar DelMIDlets.jar -p COM1 This delets all MIDles excluding the JRC from the module