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BIDENTIFY(1)                                            BIDENTIFY(1)

       bidentify  -  Barry  Project's program to identify BlackBerry

       bidentify [-B busname][-N devname][-h][-v]

       bidentify scans  the  USB  system  for  available  BlackBerry
       devices  and probes each one it finds, then sends the identi‐
       fying information to stdout in a computer‐friendly format.

       -B busname
              Specify the USB bus to search for  Blackberry  devices
              on.   This is the first number displayed in the output
              from the lsusb command, such as 002.  If  the  busname
              is  numeric  on your system, 2 and 002 are equal.  See
              also the -N option, which can be  used  together  with
              this  option  to  precisely  select the device to work

       -N devname
              Specify the USB device name.  This is the second  num‐
              ber  displayed  in  the output from the lsusb command,
              such as 005.  If the device name is  numeric  on  your
              system, 5 and 005 are equal.  See also the -B option.

       -c     If  used  with the -m option, ESN numbers will be dis‐
              played in both hex and decimal formats where possible.
              If -m is not used, this option has no effect.

       -m     Also show the device's ESN / MEID / IMEI number.  This
              requires desktop database access, so is an option.  It
              will only work on devices that have no password.

       -v     Dump verbose protocol data during operation.

       -h, --help
              Show summary of options.

       If  bidentify  detects a BlackBerry device, but cannot access
       it for some reason, it will write an error message to  stderr
       describing the access problem, and return a count of the num‐
       ber of such failed devices as the error code.  A return  code
       of  0 means there were no BlackBerry devices found that could
       not be probed.

       In the event of a fatal error, the message will be written to
       stderr, with an error code of 1.

       bidentify is part of the Barry project.  This manual page was
       written by Chris Frey.


                          February 24, 2011             BIDENTIFY(1)
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