orb3000 · Sep 5, 2010 at 06:00 am

60 Universal Tutorials for Customizing Any Device and Cooking

It´s true that our work in the Portal is focused in bringing you the latest stuff from the vast world of XDA, but from time to time we publish some articles that while they are not so new, we consider them because of the highly valuable information for new members. This time, I would like to write about the great work done by XDA member Mr. Makk. He created a complete tutorial to customize and cook on your Windows Mobile device, with tips such as how to customize ownership & ROM version Info, welcome screen settings options, changing soft key button mappings for Titanium, Manila, and Default home screen, disabling/enabling Titanium plug ins, deleting an existing default registry entry, customizing date time format and regional settings, and customizing phone call and bluetooth settings while cooking your Windows Phone ROM can be found on this tutorial amongst many others.
So, next time you want to ask a question, you can read this guide in order to get ready to customize/upgrade your device

Originally posted by Makk
[GUIDE] 60 Universal Tutorials for Customizing any Device and Cooking |24th Mar|

UNIVERSAL TUTORIALS

Solutions to Bugs, Errors, Querries, etc in Post 2. – IF YOU HAVE ANY QUERIES OF BUGS JUST POST ON THIS THREAD, WE”LL ANSWER THEM.

NOTE – These are more importantly tutorials for chefs and rom customization while cooking.
NOTE – Some tutorials may seem to be very simple, but some noobs might not know them and am just placing everything in one place for everyone to find it easily.
NOTE – Once am done with my tutorials, i’ll search for other relevant and important tutorials and post the link out here.

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