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As the title says I will be taking a brief vacation. I’ll be tending to my other blog Supporting The Mobile (if I choose to keep the name) as well as a website I’m working on for a friend of mine (link will be posted in the near future). Until then, please look to my other blog at http://openserveros.wordpress.com.

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While at work on break, I installed ssj5trunks’ iFonz application (user interface) as well as Torch Mobile’s Iris Browser (based on the webkit rendering engine).

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Sorry about the late post but I needed to finish everything first before posting
I’m now starting the iExperiment and will be doing the reviews as I go along. I first started off by hard reseting my HTC Touch.
After the device rebooted, I had to pull the battery to prevent Telus’ modification program from running, thus leaving me with the windows default today screen. I then went on to change around the default settings to suit and installed Schap’s Advanced Configuration Tool v2.1 as well as PHM’s Registry Editor; tweaking the settings as I saw fit in there too. After that Quick Menu 2.7 was installed to replace the default start menu.
I’ll post more as I continue to update my device. For all those attempting this as well, all .cab files as well as some .exe files are meant to be run on your PocketPC or Smartphone. The developer will normally state as to whether or not an exe file is meant to be run on the device or in Windows on your computer. For more programs and tutorials by many a talented person, visit http://www.xda-developers.com.

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As much as I would have liked, I’m not doing a lot of software reviews in a short time frame. Instead, I’m starting the iExperiment. I will be posting updates along with screenshots hosted on Flickr. I’ll try and keep these reviews within the KISS philosophy as the more words I add, the less time I have for editing and updates. Also look towards my other blog ‘Supporting the mobile as I’ll be posting updates on the computers I’m using to gather and organize the software I currently have and in the near further develop software for smartphones. Be back soon with an update on the iExperiment.

P.S.: Filed under, ‘Why didn’t I think of this before?’: Card Export for Windows Mobile (for it’s built-in drivers)(Card Export download) + WM5torage (an excellent application)(WM5torage download) = Working USB Mass Storage Device! No more card reader!

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