I am trying to run a command to re-install an already installed package. Here is what I see that gives me a clue that I am on the right path, but it doesn't install the package:
su ****** apt-get --reinstall kr.iolate.simulatetouch
The system gives me an error, for which I presume because the .deb file isn't found? How do I tell terminal to download it, if I must? And from where? Here is the complete input/output:
AlarmNextGen:~ mobile$ su Password: AlarmNextGen:/var/mobile root# apt-get --reinstall in stall kr.iolate.simulatetouch Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Reinstallation of kr.iolate.simulatetouch is not possible, it cannot be downloaded. 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded. AlarmNextGen:/var/mobile root#
I am doing this from command line for a few reasons. Once I get the command to run, I will compile it into a script to do this with activator. The main reason for doing this is because this package ceases to work after the device is rebooted, and must be re-installed over again.
Thanks in advance.