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Tweaks: HTC Excalibur - T-Mobile Dash

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Having tweaked the heck out of my SP5m, SDA, etc... I'd like to begin to do the same on my Dash. RegEdit runs, but the instructions for application unlocking my SDA won't work on the Dash. The IE card storage CAB file worked, but I'd like my email to store on my storage card as well -- something I can't modify until I application-unlock the Dash...

The Dash launched today, the store I went to had sold 6 of them within an hour of opening -- any word if a device-specific forum will go up soon?!

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Having tweaked the heck out of my SP5m, SDA, etc... I'd like to begin to do the same on my Dash. RegEdit runs, but the instructions for application unlocking my SDA won't work on the Dash. The IE card storage CAB file worked, but I'd like my email to store on my storage card as well -- something I can't modify until I application-unlock the Dash...

The Dash launched today, the store I went to had sold 6 of them within an hour of opening -- any word if a device-specific forum will go up soon?!

What version of regedit are you using? There use to be a key for the PPC that also worked on the smartphones but I dont remember and I cant get to it?

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PHM Registry Editor .70, from the Tornado forum -- using the registry key settings there.

What version of regedit are you using? There use to be a key for the PPC that also worked on the smartphones but I dont remember and I cant get to it?
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PHM Registry Editor .70, from the Tornado forum -- using the registry key settings there.

This is the same version I have and it did not work. I have downloaded it again and tried installing it through activesync and also manually by copying the cab. same result improper version installation unsuccessful. Any thoughts?

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This is the same version I have and it did not work. I have downloaded it again and tried installing it through activesync and also manually by copying the cab. same result improper version installation unsuccessful. Any thoughts?

Just found regeditSTG it works now to find the setting for email and attachments on the SD card

regeditSTG.exe

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Just found regeditSTG it works now to find the setting for email and attachments on the SD card

RegeditSTG wasn't working for me... I used this app:

http://www.gpcarreon.com/?p=151

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excalibur forum! :rolleyes:

I got my Dash today too. :-)

Are they waiting for a moderator to step forward? Huh?

-John

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excalibur forum! :rolleyes:

I got my Dash today too. :-)

Are they waiting for a moderator to step forward? Huh?

-John

Here it is and it works""

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The way to change default store directory of e-mails to mini SD

---Create the folders on your Storage Card '\Storage Card\Inbox' and the subfolder '\Attachments'

Import the registry keys as below. (try Registry Workshop and you can connect to Mobile device registries from your PC and import reg files. This saves having a Registry editor installed on the phone and typing on the device). If you are entering these keys manually rather than importing a *.reg file only use single slashes for the paths. Restart your device after doing this.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MAPI]

"AttachPath"="\\Storage Card\\Inbox\\Attachments"

"PropertyPath"="\\Storage Card\\Inbox"

This not only puts email attachments onto your storage card but puts all the *.mpb files which make up items in your Inbox onto the storage card too.

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Does anyone know how to change the branded T-Mobile screens? ie: the call status screen -- would prefer just the standard windows one over the T-Mobile one.... Thanks!

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