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BWATCH(1)						      General Commands Manual							 BWATCH(1)

bwatch - program to view live updates of screenshots from a BlackBerry(TM) handheld SYNOPSIS
bwatch [-d delay][-h][-p pin][-P password][-v] DESCRIPTION
bwatch is a program that takes screenshots of a given device at regular intervals, and displays those screenshots on the screen, using the SDL library. OPTIONS
-d delay The delay interval between screen updates, in milliseconds. Default is 500. -p pin PIN of device to talk with. Only needed if you have more than one Blackberry connected at once. -P password Simplistic method to specify device password. In a real application, this would be done using a more secure prompt. -v Dump verbose protocol data during operation. -h, --help Show summary of options. AUTHOR
bwatch is part of the Barry project, and was originally written by Alberto Mattea. SEE ALSO August 30, 2011 BWATCH(1)

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BRAWCHANNEL(1)						      General Commands Manual						    BRAWCHANNEL(1)

brawchannel - Barry Project's program to create a channel to a BlackBerry application SYNOPSIS
brawchannel [-h][-p pin][-P pass][-v] <channel name> DESCRIPTION
brawchannel is a tool for connecting to an application channel on a BlackBerry device, as provided to on device programs by the net.rim.device.api.system.USBPort API. Data received on the channel will be output to STDOUT and any data received on STDIN in will be sent over the channel. Any errors or verbose output will be written to STDERR. The channel name provided to this program should be the same as the channel name passed to the call to net.rim.device.api.system.USBPort.registerChannel OPTIONS
-h Display a command help summary. -p pin Specifies the PIN number of the device with which you wish to communicate, when multiple devices are connected. -P password A simplistic method to specify the device password. -v Verbose debug output. This enables dumping of USB bus scanning, as well as the protocol packets used during communication. This will cause libusb to output information on STDOUT, which will usually be undesirable. Setting the environment variable USB_DEBUG to 0, 1 or 2 should prevent any addition output on STDOUT. AUTHOR
brawchannel was initially written for the Barry project by RealVNC Ltd., based on bjavaloader by Nicolas Vivien. SEE ALSO August 17, 2010 BRAWCHANNEL(1)
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