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Symbian Applications / Re: google earth for i8910!!
« on: July 26, 2010, 05:10:07 pm »
Hi there

Well , first some excuses:))
Was awfuly busy with my real work:) so i've been neglecting this foum a bit

I know for sure that goodle earth is working on our i8910HD

Hi Fares

First of all, let me apologize for the very late reply. Been abroad on a business trip so I didn't have the time to handle my Forum/Site in the past 10 days or so.

As for your remarks, they are very appreciated remarks and I will revise my guide and make some changes to it tomorrow morning my time.

I'll be more than happy to assist in any way I can and I am really glad that my site is of any help to you people.

Stay tuned:)


The procedure of adding language in my site contain a section for Nokia users and a second section for samsung users. The files I posted are for Nokia.

As for your question. it is a bit tricky I must say. I take it that you are reffering to applications installed on your Z drive.
There are two ways to remove an application:
1. remove the application from the source code and recompile the source - No really an option for most users!
2. download the ROFS , exctract them to a temp place, and them simply run a windows search and look for the related files to the application name. After you remove the application you need to repack the ROFS and flash your device.You can use the search in my site as well to locate all the files that contain the application. You will also need to edit the appshelldata.xml file and remove any entries in it.

As a whole, it's not really an exact science but If you need my help I'll be glad to give it.


Symbian Custom firmware / Symbian S60V5 Hebrew localization files
« on: April 28, 2010, 10:03:30 pm »
Hi All

I have made a full Hebrew localization of the S60V5 ROM files.
Directory structure is ready for use just un-rar the file aand compile the ROM.


Symbian Q&A's / Re: MCEEXTRAITEMS.rsc
« on: April 27, 2010, 08:38:31 pm »
Hi Brower
Welcome aboard:)

We can always use some gifted people even if they aren't programmers you know:)
If you wish to participate we can use all the help we can find.


Symbian Q&A's / Re: MCEEXTRAITEMS.rsc
« on: April 27, 2010, 03:42:55 pm »
OK, got it.
Actually I am working along with some CFW cookers on that issue, so yes you are right it has to do with the vivaz conversation.
We hit a few brick walls ont he way so now I am digging into the source code of Synbian^3 which is fully backward compatible, to find some clues about how to integrate it on Samsung i8910HD.
We would love to have any help we can and of course share what we find.


Symbian Q&A's / Re: MCEEXTRAITEMS.rsc
« on: April 27, 2010, 12:42:37 pm »
Hi There
I am not sure if it is the same or not:) probably lots of people are looking for a vivaz conversation porting.
Are you trying to port vivaz conversattion as well?


General Discussion / Re: Hello
« on: April 24, 2010, 08:31:01 pm »
Hi Scoony
Welcome aboard.
We're glad to have all Symbian freaks in here:)

Feel free to join any of the open discussions we would love to get any help we can



Symbian Q&A's / MCEEXTRAITEMS.rsc
« on: April 24, 2010, 05:49:33 pm »
Hi Liam

Here is what I have found

The first file related is


* Copyright (c) 2002 Nokia Corporation and/or its subsidiary(-ies).
* All rights reserved.
* This component and the accompanying materials are made available
* under the terms of "Eclipse Public License v1.0"
* which accompanies this distribution, and is available
* at the URL "".
* Initial Contributors:
* Nokia Corporation - initial contribution.
* Contributors:
* Description: 
*     This file contains all the resources for the module Mce.


#include <data_caging_paths_strings.hrh>
#include <eikon.rh>
#include <avkon.rh>
#include <avkon.loc>
#include <eikon.rsg>
#include <avkon.rsg>
#include <avkon.mbg>
#include <mceextraicons.mbg>
#include "MceExtraItems.rh"
#include <mceextraitems.loc>

#include <bldvariant.hrh>

RESOURCE TBUF16 { buf=""; }

    items =
            title = qtn_mce_conversations;
            command = "537044288";
            index = 8;
            icon_index = EMbmMceextraiconsQgn_prop_im_ibox;     
            app_icon_index = 537044288;
            secondary_text = qtn_mce_own_cvs;
// End of File

As I suspected it is an extra field. It stores the value in an array.
But since we don't see the dependencies I can't be sure which other element uses this array.

I kept looking and there is a related file named mceextraitem.loc

*     This file contains the localised strings for mceextraitems,
*         i.e. the shortcuts in the main view of the messaging application.


// d: First shortcut in the main view. Opens an application or URL
// l: list_single_large_graphic_pane_t1
#define qtn_mce_shortcut1 "Shortcut 1"

// d: Second shortcut in the main view. Opens an application or URL
// l: list_single_large_graphic_pane_t1
#define qtn_mce_shortcut2 "Shortcut 2"

// d: Third shortcut in the main view. Opens an application or URL
// l: list_single_large_graphic_pane_t1
#define qtn_mce_shortcut3 "Shortcut 3"

// d: Conversation application shortcut in the main view. Opens an conversation application
// l: list_double_large_graphic_pane_t1
#define qtn_mce_conversations "Conversations"
// d: Displayed as the second line for conversations item in Mce main view
// l: list_double_large_graphic_pane_t2

#define qtn_mce_own_cvs "Own conversations"
// End of File

I need to try and figure out which other element is including this item. I don't know if the current info helps you at all but I will keep searching:)

I have the entire source so if you like I can send the relevant code to you.


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