XDA_UC Scripts to Configure Tweaks and Settings for NRGZ28 Roms
If you are like the rest of us, and your ORD senses start tingling whenever you read about a new build by NRGZ28, you will be glad to know that keeping more of your settings and hacks after flashing is a script away. XDA member M3PH has made a compilation of scripts, registry fixes, and xml files for you to place in the XDA_UC present in NRGZ28’s roms. This is an automated way of getting the most out of every flash without having to spend anytime looking for your favorite wall papers, ringtones, or simply setting things with BsB Tweaks or Advanced Config.
The dev has made each and every one of them available as a separate download in case you are not interested in certain ones. Any suggestions can be made to make this already fantastic package, even better.
This is a little project i’ve been working on and i thought it was ready enough to be released into the wild. Below is the readme file. I think it covers everything for now
Included with this zip file are several .cab, .reg and .xml files that will automatically configure your NRGZ28 energy rom when XDA_UC runs upon first boot after flashing.
Included are the following configuration files
You can find more information in the script thread.
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