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Old 11-03-2008, 06:48 PM
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Talking Remapping calendar to TF3D

Hey guys if your like me your missing using PocketInformant. I found the solution to remap the calendar in TouchFlo to PI. Here are the steps needed.

Download app from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=407777

This seems to be a very great tool but I've only experimented with remapping my calendar.

Disable TF3D
Run SSMaPa.exe from phone
Check Extended Init and press Init
Click on setting and highlight replace calendar
Check "patch enabled"
Under new program type in the path of pocketinformant
-In my case it was /Program Files/WebIS/PocketInformant/PocketInformant.exe
Delete arguments
Type in directory where exe file found
-In my case it was /Program Files/WebIS/PocketInformant/
Click save
Click deploy tab and press deploy patch

Next you will need to copu these 2 files from your TP windows directory using activesync and resco explorer or a similar program to a folder on your PC.

_mpmantoday.dll and _mpman.exe

Next download file editor from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?p=2721128

Unzip folder to extract files
Once unzipped open Unsign folder and drag your two extracted files one by one over Unsigner.exe. Very quickly a msdos window will open up and it will seem as if nothing has happened but don't worry the files have been modified at this point.

Now just overwrite the 2 files with the same 2 files in your TP windows directory.

Go into your settings and reenable TF3D and you should hopefully have remapped the original calendar app with PocketInformant.


All donations, thanks, beer, coffee, women, kudos should go to Svenso and Schreda over at xda since this was done using their apps and help. I'm not worthy and only a messenger of my good fortune.

Edit: Just in case I've confused people, this is the post that made it all happen http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=208

Edit #2: If your running one of the custom ROM's that is using a GSM version of TF3d there is no need to unsign any files. The program will work as it should.

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Old 11-03-2008, 07:07 PM
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Re: Remapping calendar to TF3D

can't find those two files in /windows.....
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:11 PM
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can't find those two files in /windows.....
Lol sorry I wasn't clear on that I went thru the same thing.

You need to run the SSMaPa first and complete the steps I mentioned then those 2 files will be created.
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:13 PM
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Re: Remapping calendar to TF3D

ah....i am trying to map the contacts to icontact. i ran the patch the other day and it mapped contacts to icontact except within tf3d "all people"...it still defaults to standard contacts
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:17 PM
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ah....i am trying to map the contacts to icontact. i ran the patch the other day and it mapped contacts to icontact except within tf3d "all people"...it still defaults to standard contacts
I haven't tried it with any other app yet but for iContact I just remapped my left softkey to iContacts and settled for that for now.

Remapping the calendar was what I wanted the most.
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Re: Remapping calendar to TF3D

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Hey guys if your like me your missing using PocketInformant. I found the solution to remap the calendar in TouchFlo to PI. Here are the steps needed.

Download app from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=407777

This seems to be a very great tool but I've only experimented with remapping my calendar.

Disable TF3D
Run SSMaPa.exe from phone
Check Extended Init and press Init
Click on setting and highlight replace calendar
Check "patch enabled"
Under new program type in the path of pocketinformant
-In my case it was /Program Files/WebIS/PocketInformant/PocketInformant.exe
Delete arguments
Type in directory where exe file found
-In my case it was /Program Files/WebIS/PocketInformant/
Click save
Click deploy tab and press deploy patch

Next you will need to copu these 2 files from your TP windows directory using activesync and resco explorer or a similar program to a folder on your PC.

_mpmantoday.dll and _mpman.exe

Next download file editor from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?p=2721128

Unzip folder to extract files
Once unzipped open Unsign folder and drag your two extracted files one by one over Unsigner.exe. Very quickly a msdos window will open up and it will seem as if nothing has happened but don't worry the files have been modified at this point.

Now just overwrite the 2 files with the same 2 files in your TP windows directory.

Go into your settings and reenable TF3D and you should hopefully have remapped the original calendar app with PocketInformant.


All donations, thanks, beer, coffee, women, kudos should go to Svenso and Schreda over at xda since this was done using their apps and help. I'm not worthy and only a messenger of my good fortune.

Edit: Just in case I've confused people, this is the post that made it all happen http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=208
dam all that ... i think i might stop using tf3d .. just becasue of its lack of being able to customize... might be better off using phonealarm
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Re: Remapping calendar to TF3D

This is very messy. There has to be an easier way.
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Old 11-05-2008, 12:12 PM
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Re: Remapping calendar to TF3D

Took me 3 minutes to do this, piece of cake. Thanks much.
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Old 11-06-2008, 02:40 AM
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Re: Remapping calendar to TF3D

A word of warning on this hack since this wasn't mentioned...

The hack works however, if you decide to use the built-in task manager and use the "close all applications button", it will kill TouchFlo3D as it runs as an individual task called "Start." When you kill TF3D, you'll end up with a black screen as if you had disabled TF3D from the Today settings screen.

You've been warned.
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Old 11-06-2008, 01:51 PM
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Re: Remapping calendar to TF3D

i agree has to be an easier way
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