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Old 05-20-2009, 11:49 AM
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Can all CHome settings be backed up?

I want to be able to get my panel order, weather page settings, opera favorites settings, new programs tab I made with chome editor, etc back up quickly after a flash.

What would I have to save where so that I can restore it later?

I especially would like to back the settings up in a way that is compatible with sashimi.

Can anyone help?
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Old 05-26-2009, 01:47 AM
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Re: Can all CHome settings be backed up?

you can make a provisioning xml.

First get phm reg edit.
search for that, get the free one,
install on phone.
start it up and then go to
HKLM\Software\Microsoft
Click and hold on CHome and export that registry.

Copy that file to your computer and open with notepad.
Use that information to write a provisioning xml.

You'll also have to copy the titanium files out of windows folder
and any titanium panel folders in Program Files to fully backup titanium.
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Re: Can all CHome settings be backed up?

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you can make a provisioning xml.
...You'll also have to copy the titanium files out of windows folder ...
Which files exactly? I am assuming you mean the Titanium cpr files, correct?

EDIT: Nevermind. I was all right here:

Chome Editor BETA v1.6 (5-6-09)

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Re: Can all CHome settings be backed up?

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Which files exactly? I am assuming you mean the Titanium cpr files, correct?

EDIT: Nevermind. I was all right here:

Chome Editor BETA v1.6 (5-6-09)
Woops, I didn't notice that you replied.
I reply to too many threads and forget which ones I need to check back to.
Glad you found what you needed!
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Re: Can all CHome settings be backed up?

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I want to be able to get my panel order, weather page settings, opera favorites settings, new programs tab I made with chome editor, etc back up quickly after a flash.

What would I have to save where so that I can restore it later?

I especially would like to back the settings up in a way that is compatible with sashimi.

Can anyone help?
I have this working with sashimi...

Start the same way mentioned above.... use phm regedit and navigate to chome in the reg. Press and hold to get the drop down menu and select export. Export that (make sure you do it as a .reg!!!) and then locate that in the correct sashimi folder. sashimi\auto\reg and thats it. I think this way is easier than creating a provisional .xml
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Re: Can all CHome settings be backed up?

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I have this working with sashimi...

Start the same way mentioned above.... use phm regedit and navigate to chome in the reg. Press and hold to get the drop down menu and select export. Export that (make sure you do it as a .reg!!!) and then locate that in the correct sashimi folder. sashimi\auto\reg and thats it. I think this way is easier than creating a provisional .xml
This may be a dumb question, but when I click export on CHome within PHM regedit, what do I want to be in the four options provided (they are: Name, Folder, Type, Location)? I just want to make sure I did it right. I exported it and for the Name I put "titanium," for Folder I had "None," for Type I had ".reg," and for Location I had "Storage Card." I then moved my titanium.reg file into "sashimi/auto/reg. Is that correct? Thanks for the help.
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Re: Can all CHome settings be backed up?

why cant you just backup the cbr file or wahtever file it is you edit?
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