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Old 12-23-2007, 06:10 PM
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Save ActiveSync Settings

Has anyone found a way to save off the Activesync settings, so that when you re-flash your device you can add these settings into a personal OEM?

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Old 12-23-2007, 09:11 PM
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I don't understand you question. After a flash I just hook my phone up and all my info is restored. Takes maybe 3-5 minutes.
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I don't understand you question. After a flash I just hook my phone up and all my info is restored. Takes maybe 3-5 minutes.
I am not talking about the data but rather the Activesync settings so that I dont have to go through the steps of setting up Activesync itself. Everytime I flash my phone I have to setup what I want to sync via Activesync. I was just trying to simplify my life a little if this could be done.

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OEMizer should do the trick....there's a thread here: http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=9830
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OEMizer should do the trick....there's a thread here: Official Personal OEMizer Thread
Yes I know about the OEMizer, and am using it extensively. The problem, as I see it right now, is that the Activesync settings are tied to what looks like a system id for the mobile device. This system id changes from build to build, so trying to include them in a personal OEM does not work.

I was hoping someone with some knowledge of this would chime in, so that my conclusions could be validated. I still am looking at other ways to do thi.

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