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Old 03-09-2010, 10:10 PM
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Move files with XML?

There are a few files that I restore from my microSD card after a new flash. Back in the TP days, I used SDconfig and had a COPY function in my SDconfig file. Now that I use xda_uc, how can I do this? I have an xml file that makes all the registry changes I want, but how about copying files? If it can't be done through XML, I know it can be done with a cab but I know nothing about creating a cab file. Is it easy to do with a cab?
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Re: Move files with XML?

Easiest way to create cab is Quickcab2.0 you can find it in xda. Search for it.

XDA_UC can transfer folders and files to your root. So you can just use that.

Or you can use mortscript to do that as well.
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Re: Move files with XML?

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There are a few files that I restore from my microSD card after a new flash. Back in the TP days, I used SDconfig and had a COPY function in my SDconfig file. Now that I use xda_uc, how can I do this? I have an xml file that makes all the registry changes I want, but how about copying files? If it can't be done through XML, I know it can be done with a cab but I know nothing about creating a cab file. Is it easy to do with a cab?
You can find details about all the things you can do with the FileOperation characteristic here: MSDN

I am also diving in to some of this info in this thread:

http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/htc-touch-pro-2/113189-learn-uc-xda_uc-registry-xml-provisioning-cab-editing-2010-12-15-a-post1611780.html
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