I have ported the XIP manually, and, i don"t understand because when i go on settings, system, i can read :
Windows Mobile 5.2.29013 (build 29016...)
I knwo how porting manually an XIP, so why can i read " 5.2.9013 and no 5.2.29016) ?
In order to port my XIP manually, i have replaced the MSXIPKERNEL and MSXIPTLKERNEL with the new folders. In os builder i have unchecked ( use template)
that's normal (displaying xip info from base rom). leave the original rom folder untouched.
osbuilder will take the parts it needs (msxip folders in donor/2XXXX) to rebuild the new xip from rom folder (source rom).
basically you don't need to port it yourself. osbuilder takes care of this during rom-build process.
The only thing that matters is what the build log tells you. I get the same thing; it says I'm using 28244 in the beginning, when I have everything set up for 28245. I guess I need to change out the rom.tpl to fix it.
Edit: yeah, it reads the rom.tpl. If you want to update the kitchen, just take the new one out of your temp folder and put it in the rom folder.
I want to update my XIP to 5.2.21916
I have deleted in my XIP folder the MSXIPKernel, and the MSXIPKernelLTK.
I have pasted the new xip.bin in my donor folder.
I never change tpl since I had dumped ship rom.
Anyway - I have a couple of questions:
1. Why didn't you use MSXIPKernel and MSXIPKernelLTK from 21916 as donor?
2. Where did you get xip.bin which you put in your donor folder?
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Those are the guid's (in order). You don't need wincenls in xip, but that's where I keep it. The guid's are probably different for different lang's and devices. You can always just create one from another, and rename it and update the build info, etc. in the dsm with osbuilder.
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