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;) i only got the 23016 to work nice after i read this tutorial by adrynalyne :)!!!

DA_G stopped the work while he is busy i think

read in his topic another link to another topic that he made today!!! have some good tips ;)

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Guest smaury

I'll try today too! I've tried with 21935 but it gives me a mistake... whene I build it says me that there is an exeption with an external program.... it says me when starts building xip :-( maybe i've much luck with this build...

If i port the xip using my xiib3 like base i can cook a wm 6.5 xiib3 ROM. Isn't true??

XIIB3 = last official italian ROM

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Guest shokka9

i am off work next week, so i will get as TUT together for XIP porting, manually.

I dont think there is real need to make SYS tut, as it is kinda straight forward. Basically get the SYS from where ever and replicate what is on Omnia. Then make whatever changes you do afterwards.

Just to let you know.

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Guest DominikZ

Got the same bar problems:

Restart device and bar will disappear :)

How did you get those new icons for Lock and "X"? They didn't work for me.

Went back to 23016. Much better ;)

It looked like that before restarting: 35395d1249576631t-dxid1_windows_mobile_6_5_deutsch-23022_4.png

BTW: Can anybody help me? I can't get TitaniumWeather working: The panel won't show on Today screen. Everything else is working. Updating, Settings etc. I can even read the values with Chome Editor: It says there: Graz, updatetet at ....

I tried disabling, and enabling the panel, restartet device.

But paneel won't show up.

Mortscript is registered, as i get a message at startup.

Hope you can help me..

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Guest smaury

Mayne the problem is the translation....

try to rename all your MUIs, imageinfo.txt and folder to 409 and all MUIs in OEM.

Edit value in all rgu from lang folders to 409.

And leave 409 in boot.rgu

Like that I think it'll work!

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Guest Luki007

I ported build 23022, 23024 and 23025, but don't uploaded, because this builds have many bugs :/

Screen01.jpgScreen02.jpgScreen04.jpgScreen03.jpg

//edit:

I used new DPI. Start menu is working :)

Screen05.jpgScreen06.jpg

Maybe later I'll upload Polish and English SYS & XIP ported to Omnia.

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Guest Luki007
I ported 23025 SYS & XIP to italian, the touch is worst than the original wm 6.1 rom, IMHO.

I known, touch is very bad :/. For me build 23017 is the best.

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Guest shokka9

i have it also, but i have not yet flashed, but it has come from good source and he doesnt have bad experience with touch??

23022 was a bad build, but others i think not??

i also think 23009 was better than 23017?

:)

Strange!!

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Guest sector
I ported 23025 SYS & XIP to italian, the touch is worst than the original wm 6.1 rom, IMHO.

I known, touch is very bad :/. For me build 23017 is the best.

touch is great :)

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Guest smaury

I ported 23022,4 and 5 and they works fine!

I love new UI!

You have only to change X and OK resolution from 32x32 to 16x16!

The porting works with automate XIP kitchen!

I've only a problem:

-CalssicBlue Theme like alltime is corrupted, but if i put a working classicblue.tsk it doesn't work fine with new UI can anyone post a working ClassicBlue.tsk?

I think like sector touch works fine!

If you want i can up my xip.bin..... SYS porting is too easy...

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Guest Ste-V-illage
You have only to change X and OK resolution from 32x32 to 16x16!

how to change the X and OK resolution? that will make the bottom bar thinner,right?

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Guest mario.omnia

Hi,

I've got one problem...

I get everything right up to the point where I have to drag the OS.nb.new on BuildROM.cmd...

Here's a picture I get in the end...

kitchenproblem.jpg

Since this is the last step of the way for my WM 6.5 ROM please help...

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Guest Nicklashidegard
i am off work next week, so i will get as TUT together for XIP porting, manually.

I dont think there is real need to make SYS tut, as it is kinda straight forward. Basically get the SYS from where ever and replicate what is on Omnia. Then make whatever changes you do afterwards.

Just to let you know.

Anyone's got a xip porting guide??

i've got the MSXIPkernel for 23601 to be ported..

Want to get into this..lol

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Guest Luki007
Hi,

I've got one problem...

I get everything right up to the point where I have to drag the OS.nb.new on BuildROM.cmd...

Here's a picture I get in the end...

kitchenproblem.jpg

Since this is the last step of the way for my WM 6.5 ROM please help...

Your's ROM is too large. Detete any files from OEMApps or SYS folder.

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Guest shokka9
Anyone's got a xip porting guide??

i've got the MSXIPkernel for 23601 to be ported..

Want to get into this..lol

am on it....just need to put it together..:angry:

got some personal issues going on, so time hasnt been exactly the same as i thought.

Maybe you can do it ;), trust me :D

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Guest sector

If you get the basics on porting idea, im sure xip can be ported very easily.

There are 2 ways:

The dirty automatic way which you almost dont understand what you are doing.

and

The manual way where you need to pay attention on porting the overlapped modules :D. From the bottom to the top.

Why we need the manual way if we got the automatic? Sometimes we dont get the expected results with the automatic and we need to manually take the control. It is painful but hey it works.

The manual way needs a bit of understanding the concept of pointers and references.

It needs some reading over xda, which clearly explains how to port a XIP and there are very helpful guys over there.

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