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Stop trying to hack NoDo. Start hacking Mango.

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12th July 2011, 10:27 PM   |  #91  
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Also, we still need an easy way to deploy those apps to our phone (without going back to Nodo each time we want to deploy something).
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12th July 2011, 11:42 PM   |  #92  
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(nico), which of HTC's signed dll provides access to the registry? I hope the solution, similar to Samsung's registry editor - with only one native and officially signed dll - will work on HTC Mango.
12th July 2011, 11:51 PM   |  #93  
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Also, we still need an easy way to deploy those apps to our phone (without going back to Nodo each time we want to deploy something).

Using the Application Deployment program seems easy enough to me.
13th July 2011, 12:59 AM   |  #94  
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It's seems as though at this point we'll need to focus more on the Native area and start exploiting the OS ... MS has done a pretty damn good job on protecting literally everything.
13th July 2011, 01:55 AM   |  #95  
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Wow, I'm pretty amazed that my little tweak to an old registry editor to use a different exploit showed up here so much later. I've been trying to figure out how to get registry editing on the mango, and the source code has been sitting on my computer the whole time. Hahaaa.

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13th July 2011, 02:07 AM   |  #96  
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Wow, I'm pretty amazed that my little tweak to an old registry editor to use a different exploit showed up here so much later. I've been trying to figure out how to get registry editing on the mango, and the source code has been sitting on my computer the whole time. Hahaaa.

Glad to contribute.

For some reason I can't deploy your registry editor. I get the 81030120 error
13th July 2011, 03:14 AM   |  #97  
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For some reason I can't deploy your registry editor. I get the 81030120 error

What happens if you open the solution in Visual Studio and build/deploy/run it through there?
13th July 2011, 03:58 AM   |  #98  
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For some reason I can't deploy your registry editor. I get the 81030120 error

As mentioned earlier in the thread, the only way to deploy this to the phone and run it on mango is to first restore to NoDo, deploy it, upgrade to mango while maintaining dev unlock, THEN run it. There is still no published way to sideload apps that use interop.
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As mentioned earlier in the thread, the only way to deploy this to the phone and run it on mango is to first restore to NoDo, deploy it, upgrade to mango while maintaining dev unlock, THEN run it. There is still no published way to sideload apps that use interop.

Fack. All I want to do is enable the dehydration hack so I can use multitasking on mango like it's suppose to work. I guess I'll just wait for the apps to get updated. There is no way I am going back to Nodo for the second time.
13th July 2011, 06:35 AM   |  #100  
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Originally Posted by MalooMF9

As mentioned earlier in the thread, the only way to deploy this to the phone and run it on mango is to first restore to NoDo, deploy it, upgrade to mango while maintaining dev unlock, THEN run it. There is still no published way to sideload apps that use interop.

Uh... I deploy it just fine on my Samsung Focus with Mango through Visual Studio. As I said in my previous posts, I can even debug your Registry editor while it performs the interop.

I can also deploy it using the Application Deployment tool. I have yet to experience this 'dreadful' 81030120 error...
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