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Topic # 59011 24-Mar-2010 22:39
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Hi,

Feeling a little brave I have downloaded PHM registry for my phone. I have found out how to change the homepage when I have the browser loaded but I cant find out how to change the T WORLD button (on the bottom right of the Today screen so it too goes to the homepage of my choosing.

Would anyone know how to find out where the T WORLD button would be in the registry. I tried to 'find' it using the search but I am not having any luck. BTW I am using WM6.5

Cheers

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  Reply # 311066 24-Mar-2010 23:37
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Probably similar to Touch Diamond2. Change registry entries for RSK [Right Soft Key] along similar pattern:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/archive/index.php/t-401772.html

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  Reply # 311084 25-Mar-2010 00:25
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Take a look at the forums in XDA developers for the Touch Pro 2, chances are that tweak and nearly every other concievable tweak you can think of (and many that wouldn't have even occured to you) are there for the asking.

I particularly like the option to run Android from a dual boot in the Touch Pro 2....




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  Reply # 311109 25-Mar-2010 06:53
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lapimate: Probably similar to Touch Diamond2. Change registry entries for RSK [Right Soft Key] along similar pattern:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/archive/index.php/t-401772.html


Thanks :) The link didnt get it me to the exact answer but it helped me with the search and I was able to find it and change it to what I wanted. Cheers.



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  Reply # 311110 25-Mar-2010 06:56
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NZtechfreak: Take a look at the forums in XDA developers for the Touch Pro 2, chances are that tweak and nearly every other concievable tweak you can think of (and many that wouldn't have even occured to you) are there for the asking.

I particularly like the option to run Android from a dual boot in the Touch Pro 2....


I will check out those forums but I doubt I am going to be that *brave* to dual boot to Android. Maybe after a year or so when I am in need of a new phone I might tinker with her.

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