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Hi there,

as topic states i need your help

i want to have a shortcut on my homescreen to an app that simply switches the value of

\HKCU\ControlPanel\Backlight\BacklightOnTap
from 0 -> 1 if 0 was set
and 1 -> 0 if 1 was set

how do i proceed? create a .cab? create an .exe? how? ;)

please help me because i cant read a damn thing in the sun and i hate going through the samsung menus to switch it on/off everytime i'm outside.
on the other hand i want to save battery when i really dont need backlight ...

thanks in advance

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you can create a cab file with only reg part.



Hi there,

as topic states i need your help

i want to have a shortcut on my homescreen to an app that simply switches the value of

\HKCU\ControlPanel\Backlight\BacklightOnTap
from 0 -> 1 if 0 was set
and 1 -> 0 if 1 was set

how do i proceed? create a .cab? create an .exe? how? ;)

please help me because i cant read a damn thing in the sun and i hate going through the samsung menus to switch it on/off everytime i'm outside.
on the other hand i want to save battery when i really dont need backlight ...

thanks in advance


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yes, i have created a cab that changes the value, but i have two cabs atm, on for turning it on and another to turn it off ;)
how do i integrate the "if" part to pack this into one cab?

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yes, i have created a cab that changes the value, but i have two cabs atm, on for turning it on and another to turn it off ;)
how do i integrate the "if" part to pack this into one cab?


for this it would be better to use a mort script

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