and instead of joistick center (0xf845) - 0xa7 should be added (0xd) - 0x3 for enter button on qwerty equipped i lack this feature since n97mini
btw, i analised Font Zoomer application, and it have awesome workaround, before it load font, it verify does some file exists and if it does, loads font and deletes it, so that when phone boots up totally, it runs some server that create file as sign of successiful booting. I think that this workaround can be applied to rom patcher too, so that when some of us (like i) apply patch that remaps z:\sys\data\ to c: and dont have charger with me to passbly autopatching dont have to format phone lol
N9 | N900 | E7 | N97 mini my dArt _________________ wook!
Thank you for your suggestions... I'll take them in consideration for future upgrades...
wook wrote:btw, i analised Font Zoomer application, and it have awesome workaround, before it load font, it verify does some file exists and if it does, loads font and deletes it, so that when phone boots up totally, it runs some server that create file as sign of successiful booting. I think that this workaround can be applied to rom patcher too, so that when some of us (like i) apply patch that remaps z:\sys\data\ to c: and dont have charger with me to passbly autopatching dont have to format phone lol
Recovery fault is already present in RP+ if you apply a patch that causes the phone to reboot, then the autostart will be temporary disabled and a warning message will be shown on startup... so you can launch RP+ and remove the patch from the autostart.
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Hi Sir Marco (and other Symbian modding gurus, of course)
I guess I just want your intelligble opinion on this:
I had successfully installed Rompatcher v3.1 here in my N73 ME. All .Idd's & domainsrv.exe's have been put into proper directories & the 0RPAutoStart.exe as well.
However, after install & reboot, the C/Fdomain folder is not there. Question is, even without this folder (w/c should contain bootcopies, as per Mr. Pingu's post), will Rompatcher v3.1 load all patches (enabled) on boot? Or after boot?
the following patches are green, except for the StarterPatch.rmp:
Bassboost.rmp c2z c2zbin c2z THUMB ReadCRoot ShortMultiTapbyWadowice StarterPatch.rmp
Any advice regarding this will be highly appreciated.
C2Z you need to generate it yourself. Look for c2z generator in the modding index. C2Z4bin. There are 2 version of it, c2z4bin THUMB and c2z4bin ARM, maybe n73 is arm and not thumb. There is also a generator for it. If i'm not mistaken, there few version of shortmultitap, again you have to try each of it. I think n73 is 9.0 or pre something rmp. The rest i have no idea.
!!!First install RP(+) in C: and put patches folder on e:/!!!
Put this one in patches folder: c2z4bin_THUMB.rmp Check if this going green... Rename RPAutoStart.exe(or RomPatcherAuto.exe in case of RP+) to 0RPAutoStart.exe
Then put C_sys_hash_domainsrv.exe remove the underscores and path So C_sys_hash_domainsrv.exe becomes: C:\sys\hash\domainsrv.exe
F_sys_bin_domainsrv.exe remove the underscores and path So F_sys_bin_domainsrv.exe becomes F:\sys\bin\domainsrv.exe
F is in case of 5800 E:/ (Memorycard)
Reboot! Do this boot without a patch enabled! Then u should see 3 folders in C:/FDomain
Put Bootcopy.DAT in c:/ and BootCopy.exe change in Boot1.exe and put in c:/sys/bin/ "
Hence, my question is:
- Even without the "C:/FDomain" created, will patches still be loaded on boot or after boot?
- Does this folder has anything to do in patching patches before complete boot? Or, will patches be patched on boot even without the C:/FDomain folder or directory in C:/ Drive?
Please correct me if I am wrong with my understanding that, the C:/FDomain is just appearing after the following steps/processes:
- install RP+ - put in Domainsrv.exe in first, C:/sys/hash then in E:/sys/bin (not just really sure if it is much better to copy Domainsrv.exe from Z:/ and put both on the said directories) - reboot phone.
Mine didn't produced the C:/FDomain folder or directory after performing the steps. Will it matter as far as patching the patches on boot is concern?
As for the result, I didn't notice any significant changes. Except for JBaktaskman.
When I manually copied Domainsrv.exe from Z:/ via X-plore and pasted it in C:/sys/hash and E:/sys/bin, JBak, upon hitting its Reboot phone option (Menu - tools-Reboot) and restarted, JBak just frozed and the whole phone.
When I removed the Domainsrv.exe I pasted, JBak's back to normal. Rebooting phone without phone freezing.
Embarrassing to ask these questions but I will never know if I don't ask, right?