If you've ever used the task switcher on a BlackBerry application
you've seen that it's possible to have programs that run in the
background. This means that the module for that application is always
When using the RIM javaloader and attempt to erase the module will
fail unless the -f flag is passed to the erase command. When
replacing the module that is in use, the RIM javaloader will force a
device reset after the module has been loaded.
I tried to replace a module on the device that is in use and
bjavaloader showed the error:
"Device can't install the application. Check that the application
isn't already installed !"
This is because the packet received after the module is finished
loading has the response code 0x78. I can't say for sure but my guess
is that this response code actually means that the module is in use
and a device reset is required.
I have captured the module loading session for the in-use module using
RIM javaloader (this time I was able to make UsbSnoop go). You can
find the output here:
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