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7 Hello. I'm not really sure if this was tried before, but I may have found something. Search yielded nothing, so I'm posting it here. There's a .NET managed DLL that has wrappers over some USB interaction to Windows Phone COM interfaces: ...
5 Whoa, I did not expect that security hole to be in place. Hopefully Microsoft sees it, though it might be hard to fix it as the phones probably depend on it being that way. The deployer runs MDILXapCompile on every file in the package to precomp...
3 I suppose we can only speculate how it works at this point, but if I had to guess, it goes like this: 1. You have 2 projects in your LockScreenApp solution, one for the application to register the lockscreen, and the second one for the actual loc...
3 Here's the source code I used to pull files out: using Microsoft.SmartDevice.Connectivity; using Microsoft.SmartDevice.Connectivity.Wrapper; using Microsoft.SmartDevice.MultiTargeting.Connectivity; using Microsoft.VisualStudio.DeviceConnec...
2 Yea it's pretty strange, there's code inside that unzips a XAP, removes PR header, re-signs every DLL and rezips it again. I'm not sure where the source XAP would come from... I don't really think they cracked encryption of the Store signed XAPs. ...