synce-remove-program (1) - Linux Man Pages
synce-remove-program: removes a program from your device
NAMEsynce-remove-program - removes a program from your device
SYNOPSISsynce-remove-program [-d LEVEL] [-p device_path] [-o UNLOAD_OPT] NAME ...
synce-remove-program removes a program on a device connected through SynCE.
- -d LEVEL
- Set debug log level:
- 0 - No logging (default)
- 1 - Errors only
- 2 - Errors and warnings
3 - Everything
- -p PATH
Path to device
Display help message.
- -o UNLOAD_OPT
Flags to pass to unload.exe on the remote device. Currently no
flags are known, but this flag is here in case we find some.
The name of the program on the device. Program names are in the form
"Provider Program". This is the same way the name will appear under
Settings -> Remove programs on your device, or in the ouput from
SEE ALSOsynce(1) synce-list-programs(1) synce-install-cab(1) prun(1)
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