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Rhodium ‘Energy’ ROM/XDA_UC – User to user tips and tricks
Do you know what is UC? No, it´s not a new OS! It´s a system which allows you to “import” all your config, programas, registry tweaks, etc when migrating from one ROM to another. This version is especially customized for the well known Energy series ROMs. Member stained-steel created this User to user thread that will help you understand all about UC.
Originally posted by stained-steel
Since NRGZ28 is a busy man (what with all the custom ROM’s he’s cooking on an almost daily basis), and he’s recently implemented Noonski’s XDA_UC within his works (that many of us are somewhat/unfamiliar with), I decided to create this forum. It will combine, I hope, the knowledgebase of both his ROM users, as well as those more knowledgable with XDA_UC.
There has recently been discussion within his forums (occasionally spurned by me, mostly by other enthusiasts) as to what registry keys save what information, how to create custom .xml’s for programs in his ROM’s and how to save programs to specific paths within the Start Menu (which NRG is working on himself now), among many other varied questions, ideas, hacks, etc.
This particular forum will follow specifically the ROM in question: 6.5.5|ROM|WWE| ★ Energy Series 23563/21901 |Apr 23| ★ Sense 2.5 / 2.1 / Titanium ★, within the subforum of: Touch Pro2, Tilt 2 Windows Mobile ROM Development. Those with questions concerning other variants of his ROMs, or on other devices, should either a) Find the original thread for your particular ROM, or b) Start a new forum like this, much as I’m doing right now!
I will try to keep the first few posts here updated, with proven (meaning: it works for at least MOST users) tips and tricks for TP2 users using the NRG ROMs.
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