Julien Schapman (TouchXperience) is at it again. In his latest release he’s gone forward and provided the ability to tweak Windows Phones that are running Mango:

New Mango versions of Advanced Config & Registry Editor available (launch from system settings). Of course you still need an unlocked phone since MS forbid installation of homebrew apps.

To give you an idea of what the advanced configuration tool does:

  • Display device info: device name & model, software & hardware versions, memory info, storage info, IP addresses, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth MAC addresses
  • Customize accent colors, create new colors, add predefined colors, remove existing ones
  • Customize system sounds and set individual volume for each sound event
  • Customize tiles and icons for applications including built-in (HTC & LG only Tiles must be named AppTile_*.png and placed in Windows directory, as well as icons must be named AppIcon_*.png)
  • Provisioning XML support: open provisioning XML files from file explorer, email attachment or web link (HTC & LG only It will open .xml files, not .provxml files, so rename it if needed)
  • Personalize device name
  • Don’t dehydrate apps on pause
  • Allow max unsigned applications
  • Prevent phone from relocking
  • Enable Wi-Fi 802.11n mode
  • Show 3G toggle
  • Show 3G+ icon for HSDPA
  • Run Auto Data Config
  • SMS recipient limit
  • Allow disable lock screen timeout
  • Enable advanced accessibility settings
  • Fix caller ID match
  • Fix 32-bit mode display
  • Internet Explorer search engine
  • Internet Explorer new tab page

Well I know what I’ll be doing tonight…

You can find it at www.touchxperience.com but you need to be registered to download.

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