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Still Switching NRG Roms In Your WM And Hate Going Through Configuration Every Time? Read On…
Most of you Windows Mobile ex users (and current ones) have likely flashed your device a few times over (else, you’d likely not be in this site). One of the most annoying things about flashing roms is the fact that you must reconfigure your settings, re-install everything is nothing short of a pain. There are various methods out there to automatically reconfigure your phone post flashing such as Sashimi, XDA_UC, and a few others. However, XDA Recognized Developer M3PH decided to make his own, exclusively to integrate and work well with NRG roms. EXCT2 is the second incarnation of this tool and among some of its major improvements, it will allow a user to enter all of their desired settings without having to go through xml, registry editors, or any of the good stuff that most WM users are accustomed to. Moreover, this UC offers a nice UI to make it as simple as just selecting a few things here and there.
The tool is still under development but if you still use WM and sport NRG roms exclusively, you will certainly want to take this for a spin. Please leave some feedback.
EXCT2 expands on EXCT by adding a basic User Interface and allowing for a large amount of automation for settings gathering from the system registry. No registry editors required, no Third party XML file writers needed. EXCT2 will detect exchange server settings, audio manager storage paths, Windows Live and palringo settings and so much more all at the touch of a button.
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