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Tom XAP Installer for WP7
XDA member tom_codon presents Tom XAP installer for your Windows Phone 7 unlocked with ChevronWP7 Unlocker. This application allows to install custom .xap to any device and emulator running windows phone 7 on a easiest way, just with double click to file or simple just right click then install xap. After you download the app to your Windows PC, just install and it will automatic add registry path.
Before proceeding, be sure your device is already unlocked with the information provided here.
Originally posted by tom_codon
[APP]Tom XAP Installer
Hi all !
For all devices unlocked with ChevronWP7 Unlocker , we’re can easy install custom ringtones or applications .XAP format via Application Deployment , but everytimes need open start menu –> Application Deployment then browser .xap to tool for install take too much times and almost make some in us crazy
That why i decided to write Tom XAP installer , basicly Tom XAP installer and Application Deployment are the same ( Alow install custom .xap to device and emulator windows phone 7 ) But Tom XAP installer a lot convenience , it’s alow you install .xap with double click to file or simple just right click –> install xap
How to :
Download exe and put it somewhere in PC, run it , it will automatic add registry path of application and add menu , icon to .XAP files.
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