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    Default Finding the UID of an Application

    Hi,
    How does one find the UID of an application, i've searched yet have found very little!

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    With jbak taskman

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pingu
    With jbak taskman
    Cheers, Is it possible to find it without using the phone, say if i wanted to find the UID of a theme?

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    siscontents should show it

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    Well When i extract using siscontents i get a folder (to put in resource) with a totally different name to what siscontents calls it, and all the package UIDs are the same :S
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    EDIT - this is what i get to put in the skns folder "70b6168980ed9af9"

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    Someone correct me if I am wrong, but I think only apps (.exe) have UID's, where as themes are just .skn, .mbm, and .mif files.

    And the UID is usually shown in the Package UID line, check with other apps.

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    Ah, Your right!
    Then, this Tutorial Confuses the hell out of me!

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    Well, the tutorial is pretty ok to me, all you need is the 16 digit UID (should be 70b6168980ed9af9) and then convert it to 8 digit UI as in tutorial.

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    I don't understand the tutorial of converting the 16 UID to 8 UID
    EDIT - understand now, this link is a bit clearer... http://www.symbian-freak.com/forum/v...hp?f=6&t=42864

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    Default Re: Finding the UID of an Application

    Quote Originally Posted by rocker9455
    I don't understand the tutorial of converting the 16 UID to 8 UID
    EDIT - understand now, this link is a bit clearer... http://www.symbian-freak.com/forum/v...hp?f=6&t=42864
    it is indeed, +1 rocker


 
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