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Old 14-05-2009
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MobiReg Windows Registry editor for windows mobile

You can edit string, binary, DWord (32-bit), QWord (64-bit), multi-string and expandable-string data types. for that MobiReg is a small registry editor which serves the purpose. it supports Smartphone (Windows Mobile Classic) and Pocket PC (Windows Mobile Professional) platform in single executable.


you will require .NET Compact Framework 2.0 installed on your machine. it also help you to decide whether to use it or not is support for both import and export of registry in standard .reg file.
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Re: MobiReg Windows Registry editor for windows mobile

Its a nice tiny application for those who deleted the applications you once installed but you still can?t get it out of your system. then can easily remove it by deleting the registry of the application.
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Re: MobiReg Windows Registry editor for windows mobile

By tweaking a little bit with the registry entries but at the same time you have to extremely careful because a little error can cause a severe failure. also you can take a look at the other Windows Registry editor
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