Windows Mobile 6 Screens and Such

Discussion in 'Q Home Screens and Wallpapers' started by dipgolf, Feb 1, 2007.

  1. dipgolf

    dipgolf New Member

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  2. Yester18

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    Will these really work on the Q?
  3. dipgolf

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    No idea, just posted them on here because I know someone might tweak them.
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  5. dipgolf

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    Beautiful.
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    How are you able to override the default ms_screen.png image, inside the /Windows folder? Everytime I browse to the /Windows folder through Windows Explorer, and try to paste the new ms_screen.png image, it confirms that I wish to override, and then it gives me this error:

    "Cannot copy ms_screen: Access is denied"

    It also says something like, "make sure the file is not read-only." When I check the properties of the ms_screen file in Windows Explorer (the file on the Q), it's set to "Read-only" and you can not uncheck the box.

    How are you able to copy your file to your Q?

    Sincerely,

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    shane@avenuedesigners.com
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  7. dipgolf

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    Download Resco Explorer and name the new file the same as the existing. Save it to another folder and then use Resco Explorer on your phone to move the file to the right folder. It will let you override the file when moving it on your phone, not on your PC.
  8. artificialmaps

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the tip. I was browsing around some other topics and saw that you're able to change the file permissions through the File Manager on the Q. I did that and copied the file from my memory card into the /Windows directory, and bada-bing, bada-boom.

    Thanks for your time,

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    shane@avenuedesigners.com
    http://www.avenuedesigners.com
    Owner/Designer

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