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XML Creation Tool
If you, like many others on this site, enjoy flashing ROMs, then you have undoubtedly developed the desire to have some of your settings set up when you start your new ROM. With the growing popularity of UC this has become simpler.
A problem for some however is the creation of the XML file that sets up your email account, your WiFi passwords and certificate storing. With this nice tool created by michyprima you can easily create your own XML files!
Originally posted by michyprima
This tool will allow you to make your own provxml for autoconfiguring email accounts, wifi passwords and certificates storing.
You can use this with apps which can import provxmls like my uc and others
Check out the thread for the tool and more info.
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