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25th February 2012, 12:02 AM |#51  
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Manage to install and transfer to intrinsic rom from Kaiser wm 6.1.although it stated not connected at my hd7 .
25th February 2012, 12:27 AM |#52  
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Thanks you very much! It work on Samsung Omnia7!
25th February 2012, 01:31 AM |#53  
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It's actually really funny that people still use TouchXplorer. TX is slow and limited, in part because it uses HtcFileUtility.dll for high-privilege access. The funny thing is that basically no phones have a working HtcFileUtility driver anymore, except for custom ROMs, and custom ROMs are fully unlocked and can use native filesystem APIs instead. These are faster, provide more info, support more operations, and don't require tacking an outdated HTC driver into a custom ROM (which might not even be for an HTC phone).
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25th February 2012, 03:50 AM |#54  
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Great work! Cotulla! Works for my HD7, keep up the good work! Thanks!
25th February 2012, 06:12 AM |#55  
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Does not work on my interop and developer unlocked version (Verizon HTC Trophy). I have installed Advanced Config and Touchexperience without any problems.

I get "Installation fails. Please report " and then the "Please wait" which just does not go away.

..Ramesh
25th February 2012, 06:57 AM |#56  
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It says very clearly in the first post that this won't work on interop-unlock, it requires full-unlock (which currently means custom ROMs only). If you'd tried it and it had worked, *that* would have been worthy of posting about...
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25th February 2012, 07:43 AM |#57  
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It says very clearly in the first post ...

He-he... Who the hell wants to read these pink letters in the first post?... They are for noobs And here each guy with more than 10 postings is a high professional
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25th February 2012, 12:09 PM |#58  
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Yes, the bold pink warning message isn't important
25th February 2012, 01:39 PM |#59  
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Pink is for chicks. Real man likes chicks only to explain what is pink for. Sorry for off topic, but I love when people just try and try and than they say is crap:P
25th February 2012, 01:40 PM |#60  
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Either I'm a full blown retard or I'm missing something.

I have DFT's ROM installed on my Omnia 7, Sideloaded the xap, told me to restart, restarted, app launches, etc.
So I enable bluetooth, with Jaxbot's tip to open the bluetooth menu to find the phone on my laptop. However, as soon as I want to send a file, Windows gives me a nice loading popup saying "No FTP services were found" or something along those lines.

And yes, my laptop has bluetooth :| Maybe I'm missing a driver or something?
25th February 2012, 01:43 PM |#61  
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Yes, the bold pink warning message isn't important

Yes, I predicted that

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it is not as quick and easy

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It's actually really funny that people still use TouchXplorer. TX is slow and limited, in part because it uses HtcFileUtility.dll for high-privilege access. The funny thing is that basically no phones have a working HtcFileUtility driver anymore, except for custom ROMs, and custom ROMs are fully unlocked and can use native filesystem APIs instead. These are faster, provide more info, support more operations, and don't require tacking an outdated HTC driver into a custom ROM (which might not even be for an HTC phone).

Are there alternative already?
We though about developing some kind of "DFT Extensions" which assume to include most custom stuffs connected with each other. Like with menu for pictures "Send via bluetooth..." and etc. Or send files from file explorer like it was on WM Maybe ever some archive application.
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