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       brawchannel  -  Barry  Project's  program  to  create  a  channel  to a
       BlackBerry application


       brawchannel [-h][-p pin][-P pass][-v] <channel name>


       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


       -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


       brawchannel  was  initially  written  for  the Barry project by RealVNC
       Ltd., based on bjavaloader by Nicolas Vivien.


                                August 17, 2010                 BRAWCHANNEL(1)

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