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ROM Customization Wizard
I´m sure that many of you already uses/have pre installed UAC when you upgrade ROMs (we have many ORD syndrome members). For those of you who want to make things easier when reflashing, XDA member moonscapex presents this tool.
This application has just been released to Developers and Chefs, so that they can include it on their future upgrades. The app has some pre loaded software such as Opera Mobile, Mini, and GrooveMobile among others. Moreover, it can run in Windows Mobile 5 and up and it´s multi resolution.
Originally posted by moonscapex
APP]ROM Customization Wizard (RELEASED)
This started as a project for my ROM, for the HTC Diamond CDMA, but since many people like it I have decided to release it to all ROM creators.
The ROM Customization Wizard is an EXE file that runs on WM5.0 – WM6.5.x devices. It allows you to choose exactly what applications you want in your ROM on first boot, without the need of an Internet connection.
The wizard guides you through software categories, for example Media, Games, Internet, Themes, etc. It allows you to choose to install all applications individually or skip an entire group. The app can also run an EXE when it is complete, customized by the ROM developer (If you don’t know how to write applications, I can write one for you to display a message).
After that, it will soft reset your device.
To add to this, there is a small review of each aplication before installing.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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