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    Default *HOT* *UPDATE* Instructions for files in Private folder

    Update:

    New keys added - keys3.rar

    And some nice files inside

    keys_s60uiacceltk.xls - "Default frame rate for applications (frames per second)"

    keys_orientationplugin.xls :

    "This key is used in defining the angle for switching orientation from display up state to display right up. The value defines how much the original angle (45 degrees) has to
    be exceeded in degrees for the orientation transaction to happen. Range of possible values is from 44 to -44 degrees."

    "This key is used in defining the timer length for switching orientation from display up state to display right up. The value defines how long is the time where orientation events are
    observed before the actual orientation happens. The value is defined in
    milliseconds."


    Now we are waiting for some nice MODS

    ******************
    Update:

    New keys added - keys2.rar

    ***************
    Hi all

    Here you have instructions/help files for files that are in Private folders.

    Example: "101F8763.txt"

    Code:
    cenrep
    version 1
    [owner]
    0x100058F4
    [defaultmeta]
     0
    [platsec]
     cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=WriteDeviceData
    [Main]
    0x2 int 4 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x3 string "z:\\data\\Startup_tone.aac" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x4 string "" 16777216 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=WriteDeviceData
    0x5 string "" 16777216 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=WriteDeviceData
    0x6 int 0 16777216 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=WriteDeviceData
    0x7 string "" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x8 string "" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x9 string "" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0xA int 1 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0xD string "z:\\resource\\apps\\startup.mbm" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0xE int 100000 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0xF string "" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x10 int 100000 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x11 int 4 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x12 string "" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x13 int 100000 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x14 string "" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x15 int 4 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x16 string "20091000:090000" 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x17 int 0 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x18 int 0 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    0x19 int 0 0 cap_rd=alwayspass cap_wr=alwaysfail
    And in package we can find a file that can explain us meaning of all values, for "101F8763.txt" its "startupdomaincrkeys.h"

    Code:
    */
    
    
    #ifndef STARTUPDOMAINCRKEYS_H
    #define STARTUPDOMAINCRKEYS_H
    
    #include <centralrepository.h>
    
    // =============================================================================
    // Startup Configuration API
    // =============================================================================
    static const TUid KCRUidStartupConf = { 0x101F8763 };
    
    // Key values starting from 0x00000101 are reserved - do not use for this API.
    
    /**
    * Welcome note image (user selection in GS)
    * Old Shared Data constant name: KGSWelcomeNoteImage
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupWelcomeNoteImage = 0x00000004;
    
    /**
    * Welcome note text (user selection in GS)
    * Old Shared Data constant name: KGSWelcomeNoteText
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupWelcomeNoteText = 0x00000005;
    
    /**
    * Welcome note type (user selection in GS).
    * Old Shared Data constant name: KGSWelcomeNoteType
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupWelcomeNoteType = 0x00000006;
    enum TStartupWelcomeNoteType
      {
      EDefaultWelcomeNote = 0,
      ETextWelcomeNote,
      EImageWelcomeNote
      };
    
    /**
    * Operator note image. Will overrule the user selection, if defined.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupOperatorNoteImage = 0x00000007;
    
    /**
    * Operator note text. Will overrule the user selection, if defined.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupOperatorNoteText = 0x00000008;
    
    /**
    * Enable / disable startup queries (city, date, time).
    * Can be used also with Predictive Time and Country Selection
    * to disable queries that are shown when network time is unavailable.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupQueries = 0x0000000A;
    enum TStartupQueries
      {
      EStartupQueriesDisabled = 0,
      EStartupQueriesEnabled
      };
    
    /**
    * Predictive Time and Country Selection.
    * When Predictive Time and Country Selection is enabled, time and country
    * information is queried from the network instead of from user.
    * If network does not support this feature, user is queried to insert
    * time, date and country manually.
    */
    const TUint32 KPredictiveTimeAndCountrySelection = 0x0000000B;
    enum TPredictiveTime
      {
      EPredictiveTimeDisabled = 0,
      EPredictiveTimeEnabled
      };
    
    /**
    * A string that defines the path and file name of the startup animation file.
    * This is the first animation shown during the system start-up.
    * The value is mandatory, and it has to be a file name and a path of a valid
    * animation file.
    * The animation file should be stored in a location where system applications
    * have read access.
    * Supported formats are SVG-T (.svg, .svgb), MIF (.mif) and GIF (.gif).
    * Text or embedded images in SVG-T files are not supported.
    * The length of the startup animation should be 3 seconds.
    * Example: "Z:\\resource\\apps\\startup.svg"
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupAnimationPath = 0x0000000D;
    
    /**
    * A frame delay value in microseconds for fine-tuning the startup animation.
    * The value is only used if:
    * a) The animation file contains an animation format, which does not contain
    *  frame delay information in it (MIF), or
    * b) The animation file contains a still image, and no startup tone
    *  has been specified, in which case this value defines how long the image
    *  is shown.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupAnimationFrameDelay = 0x0000000E;
    
    /**
    * Enable/disable scaling of the animation frames.
    * The value is only used if the animation format supports enabling/disabling
    * scaling.
    * One of the values of TStartupAnimationScalingValue enumeration.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupAnimationScaling = 0x00000017;
    enum TStartupAnimationScalingValue
      {
      EScalingDisabled = 0,
      EScalingEnabled
      };
    
    /**
    * A string that defines the path to the startup tone MIDI file.
    * The tone is played at the same time as the startup animation is being shown.
    * The value is optional - if no tone file is defined, the default beep tone is
    * played.
    * The tone file should be stored in a location where system applications have
    * read access.
    * The startup tone should be at most 3 seconds long. The tone will be played to
    * the end before continuing with the next animation.
    * Example: "Z:\\resource\\apps\\startup.wav"
    * Old Shared Data constant name: KStartupAppTonePath
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupTonePath = 0x00000003;
    
    /**
    * The volume level used when playing the startup tone.
    * Possible values range from 0 to 10.
    * If the ringing tone is silent, the tone is not played.
    * Old Shared Data constant name: KStartupAppToneVolume
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupToneVolume = 0x00000002;
    
    /**
    * A string that defines the path and file name of the operator-specific startup
    * animation file.
    * The operator-specific startup animation is shown after the startup animation.
    * The value is optional. If defined, it has to be a file name and a path of a
    * valid animation file.
    * The animation file should be stored in a location where system applications
    * have read access.
    * Supported formats are SVG-T (.svg, .svgb), MIF (.mif) and GIF (.gif).
    * Text or embedded images in SVG-T files are not supported.
    * The length of the operator-specific startup animation should be 3-5 seconds.
    * Animations longer than that may cause performance problems.
    * Example: "Z:\\resource\\apps\\operatorstartup.svg"
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupOperatorAnimationPath = 0x0000000F;
    
    /**
    * A frame delay value in microseconds for fine-tuning the operator-specific
    * startup animation.
    * The value is only used if:
    * a) The operator-specific startup animation file contains an animation format,
    *  which does not contain frame delay information in it (MIF), or
    * b) The operator-specific startup animation file contains a still image, and no
    *  operator-specific startup tone has been specified, in which case this value
    *  defines how long the image is shown.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupOperatorAnimationFrameDelay = 0x00000010;
    
    /**
    * Enable/disable scaling of the animation frames.
    * The value is only used if the animation format supports enabling/disabling
    * scaling.
    * One of the values of TStartupAnimationScalingValue enumeration.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupOperatorAnimationScaling = 0x00000018;
    
    /**
    * A string that defines the path to the operator-specific startup tone MIDI file.
    * The tone is played at the same time as the operator-specific startup animation
    * is shown.
    * The value is optional.
    * The tone file should be stored in a location where system applications have
    * read access.
    * The operator-specific startup tone should be at most 5 seconds long. The tone
    * will be played to the end before continuing the startup.
    * Example: "Z:\\resource\\apps\\operatorstartup.wav"
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupOperatorTonePath = 0x00000009;
    
    /**
    * The volume level used when playing the operator-specific startup tone.
    * Possible values range from 0 to 10.
    * If the ringing tone is silent, the tone is not played.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupOperatorToneVolume = 0x00000011;
    
    /**
    * A string that defines the path and file name of the shutdown animation file.
    * The shutdown animation is shown during the system shutdown.
    * The value is optional. If defined, it has to be a file name and a path of a
    * valid animation file.
    * The animation file should be stored in a location where system applications
    * have read access.
    * Supported formats are SVG-T (.svg, .svgb), MIF (.mif) and GIF (.gif).
    * Text or embedded images in SVG-T files are not supported.
    * The length of the shutdown animation should be at most 3 seconds.
    * Example: "Z:\\resource\\apps\\shutdown.svg"
    */
    const TUint32 KShutdownAnimationPath = 0x00000012;
    
    /**
    * A frame delay value in microseconds for fine-tuning the shutdown animation.
    * The value is only used if:
    * a) The shutdown animation file contains an animation format, which does not
    *  contain frame delay information in it (MIF), or
    * b) The shutdown animation file contains a still image, and no shutdown tone
    *  has been specified, in which case this value defines how long the image
    *  is shown.
    */
    const TUint32 KShutdownAnimationFrameDelay = 0x00000013;
    
    /**
    * Enable/disable scaling of the animation frames.
    * The value is only used if the animation format supports enabling/disabling
    * scaling.
    * One of the values of TStartupAnimationScalingValue enumeration.
    */
    const TUint32 KShutdownAnimationScaling = 0x00000019;
    
    /**
    * A string that defines the path to the shutdown tone MIDI file.
    * The tone is played at the same time as the shutdown animation is shown.
    * The value is optional.
    * The tone file should be stored in a location where system applications have
    * read access.
    * The shutdown tone should be at most 3 seconds long. The tone will be played to
    * the end before continuing the shutdown.
    * Example: "Z:\\resource\\apps\\shutdown.wav"
    */
    const TUint32 KShutdownTonePath = 0x00000014;
    
    /**
    * The volume level used when playing the shutdown tone.
    * Possible values range from 0 to 10.
    * If the ringing tone is silent, the tone is not played.
    */
    const TUint32 KShutdownToneVolume = 0x00000015;
    
    /**
    * Default date & time value to propose to user during first boot.
    * Format is "YYYYMMDD:HHMMSS". The month and day values are offset from zero.
    * Example: "20070000:090000" - 01.01.2007 09:00 AM.
    */
    const TUint32 KStartupDefaultTime = 0x00000016;
    
    #endif // STARTUPDOMAINCRKEYS_H
    
    // End of File
    In package you have *.h and *.xls files. Not all *.h files are useful.
    I dint checked all files but i hope that our modders will find some nice mods

    Szakalit

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    so good 4 moders , thx+

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    Very Nice .. Thx M8

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    not found rotation sensor key

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    Quote Originally Posted by galabuon
    not found rotation sensor key
    Write me UID and ill search

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    Quote Originally Posted by Szakalit

    Nice discovery but what kind of mods are u pointing to ?

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    [color=red]This is BRILLIANT !!!!!
    Thanks a lot PNHT Szakalit ! You're a Wizard, I have no idea how you got this !, Its totally Awesome !



    For those who didnt get this -

    Download the Keys folder - and as an example open the
    keys_messaging.xls file.

    Check the top row, and get the UID code In messaging.xls, the UID 101F87EB, Now search inside ROFS2 and u will find a text file by the same name inside 10202be9 folder.

    Open the text 101F87EB file and you will see the values,
    0x1 int
    0x2 int
    0x3 int
    codes.

    In the keys_messaging.xls file it explains what each 0x1,0x2 int value holds and its out put, (its like the windows registry)

    [img width=800 height=559]http://img690.imageshack.us/img690/808/26414673.jpg[/img]

    0x1 is the number of sent items saved in the messaging folder, Its 20 by default and if you change the value in the 101F87EB text file to something else, that will be the default amount.

    0x3 is the Default Messaging Memory, in the Text its value is 2 , which means it will be saved in Phone Memory, to save it in MMC by default you gotta change the value to 4.


    Hope this helps everyone :-)

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    Its NOT hot

    Its a BOMB to symbian

    Thank u so much.

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    OMG, where do you find it, it's really GREAT

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    Default Re: *HOT* Instructions for files in Private folder

    For *.h files

    I have opened them with excel, word & notepad

    But INTERNET EXPLORER is the best to open with for reading


 
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