This thread is for the discussion, development and support of EXCT2. EXCT2 is compatible with all Energy Roms based on Windows mobile 6.5 and it is entirely possible that it will work with other stock and custom windows mobile roms.
EXCT2 is the continuation of a project i started last year which can be found here
. It was born out of a hatred for the hours it took to configure a new rom install.
EXCT2 expands on EXCT by adding a basic User Interface and allowing for a large amount of automation for settings gathering from the system registry. No registry editors required, no Third party XML file writers needed. EXCT2 will detect exchange server settings, audio manager storage paths, Windows Live and palringo settings and so much more all at the touch of a button and export them in the appropriate file type in the folder of your choosing for XDA_UC (or possibly Sashimi) to import.
Windows Mobile 6.5 or 6.5.x (it may work with 6.0 and 6.1 as well but this has only been tested in the SDK's emulator and may not work as expected)
.Net Compact Framework 3.5
XDA_UC (it may well work with other settings importers like sashimi)
All known Bugs have been squished for now
All downloads will be hosted here and new builds will also be hosted on XDA. Hosting the newest version anywhere else is strictly prohibited and if you want to host mirrors of previous versions seek my permission first.
Some Fun Stuff
I have had some forum banners made up so the users can identify themselves to each other. Also so it is easier to identify the testers and myself outside of this thread. If anyone donates towards the continuation of the project you will get a special supporters banner. Below is the users banner for you to download. Thanks to Swiss420 for creating them and also for doing the program icon. Swis has also just come up with the EXCT2 Splat!
The Thank you's
Finally i should say thank you to a few people simply because they have put up with me pestering them with questions and because they have provided code. These people are XDA members Ultrashot, Stephj, Xcaliburinhand. Also Jesse Jiang and Reed Kimble the on MSDN forums have contributed greatly. Finally The testing team deserve a big thanks (even the guys that went MIA) CanjunFlavoredBob deserves the biggest thanks for sticking with it and providing some great suggestions and ideas.