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Topic # 12974 16-Apr-2007 23:17
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I was wondering because im installing apps on my storage card such as gba emulator and i wanted to know if you can make your own custom shortcuts and place them into the "Start Menu" Directory??

Im using HTC Harrier, Vista and i can see the dir on Computer/Harrier :)

If so how can this be done?

Thanks :)


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Reply # 67322 17-Apr-2007 09:47
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Yes you can create them... Simply open File Explorer, find the .exe you want to create a shortcur for, select it and go for Edit  Copy. Browse to \Windows\Start Menu\Programs and use Paste as Shortcut.








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  Reply # 67415 17-Apr-2007 20:21
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Thank you AGAIN :)

Awsome work man, hey i was wondering can you get WM5 on The Harriers?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 67416 17-Apr-2007 20:24
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it would require the manufacturer to release a ROM upgrade, which has not happened (and is galactically unlikely to either)







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