orb3000 · Oct 21, 2010 at 06:00 am

XDA UC_NET – Portable UC, Sense GUI Updated

If you are into flashing ROMs very often on Windows Mobile, sure you´ll know there is a fantastic app that lately has been included on several Chefs work called XDA_UC created by XDA Moderator Noonski. Based on that work, XDA member serfer222 started a project, which includes support localization, uses OS functions, it´s predictable, error reporting, full customization log, and also is portable.
Once you install it properly and after you have upgraded to a newer ROM, this application will install all cab files, reg tweaks, provxmls, run mscr scripts, copy files, etc to a pre defined folder automatically.
The developer also includes valuable information for Chefs and Developers on the original thread.

Originally posted by serfer222
[2010/10/14] XDA_UC_NET – portable UC, Sense GUI. (0.9.4.2)

Based on XDA_UC (by Noonski). I used it in my ROMs and the idea is just great.
But there are some issues that I want to fix and also I have some new ideas.
So I started new project.
1. XDA_UC is based on MortScript, and I use C#. This affects only engine. You can use your mscr files for customization =)
2. XDA_UC runs in background, it’s almost silent. I want to add feedback to show what’s happening now.

Official Russian forum is here.

This application will install all cab files, reg tweaks, provxmls, run mscr scripts, copy files (and more) from given folder. Use it after you upgraded your ROM to restore everything.

Information for Chef’s updated 2010/07/07
UC_NET new feature – Using variables updated 2010/07/02
UC_NET new feature – Portable commands updated 2010/07/07
UC_NET tutorial – HOWTO create shortcuts updated 2010/07/02

Requirements: NetCF 3.5

Main features:
portable, supports localization, uses OS functions (if possible, for example for installing provxml), predictable – you can control order of everything, error reporting, full customization log.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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