Originally Posted by tsowen
Since you are running with the Xperia x1i you might run into a few problems since my cab installs the HTCVolumecontrol.dll and I am not sure if this is compatible with your device however the other files should be pretty standard. First since you are GSM the nuepowerdriver will not work properly but with the registry edits posted on the first post this will be the work around for this method, secondly look into your /Windows file and tell me if you have the shellres.192.dll and a shellres.192.dll.0409.mui if you do then delete the .mui file and soft reset. You will not need the HTCVolumecontrol.dll so this you may delete as well. Try these two and tell me how your phone acts, it might be the added dll causing conflict I don't know. If you continue to eperience more problems then I might have to take a trip over to XDA and look at some of the ROM files there to see if you have any specific files that we might have missed. So far on the taskbar's have been tried out on most HTC Devices and work with minor glitches such as the HTC Touch HD. Thank you for your feedback as this helps us continue to improve and hopefully with your feedback it will help us in developing device specific taskbar's or help us point users with different devices to the correct files and settings.
Hi! Hmm, there might be a conflict here after all. Im using a cooked ROM from XDA on my X1i which among other things contain TF3D and a lot of Touch HD cabs and systems files, including HTCVolumeControl.
So, if the taskbar installs htcvolumecontrol which is already present that might cause a problem, no?
I do have shellres.192.dll and shellres.192.dll.0409.mui, but the mui file threw "access denied" when I tried to delete it. The windows dir also has HTCVolumeControl.dll and HTCVolumeControl.dll.0409.mui.
There are also four different "shellresapps.dll", if that has any significance.
And btw, the ROM I'm using (which is excellent, fast and stable) is Touch-IT Xperience v3.5 RC1