I responded originally for the LimeSDR (not the Mini). As it turns out there is no easy way to reprogram the Lime Mini unless you have a I2C bus programmer - so you won’t be able to affect the FPGA programming of the Lime-Mini unless you have that toolset. The original LimeSDR was able to be programmed from the Command Line using the Windows 10 Command Prompt (which you can get by typing: command prompt in the ‘Search Windows’ area at the lower left and pushing the Enter key).
Have you used the Windows distribution of SDRAngel? It has the capability of receive and transmit for the Lime-Mini and works quite well for both. SDRConsole does not yet support transmit for the Lime-Mini or LimeSDR, but SDRAngel does.
You can find the Windows distribution of SDRAngel here:
Look for the 7-zip version at the last entry of the latest release for the Windows 10 version.
Hope this helps - 73 de Marty, KN0CK