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#1 UGLYMONKEY

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Posted 17 November 2005 - 11:56 PM

Around about the 2nd December my little brothers gonna be inheriting my xbox, could anyone tell me how to disable the file manager from uix (i think i know how, but which xip is it in)? i dont want him messing around with files.

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Posted 18 November 2005 - 07:53 AM

do a search in the code section, for over 90 days and you`ll see a guide on how to remove memory manager from settings, but instead of deleating memory just remove the 2 lines above it for file manager, its in settings3/default

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Posted 18 November 2005 - 06:46 PM

this is how i'd do it

default.xip/settings.xap


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function StartSettingsMenu()
{
   var c = theSettingsMenu.children[0].children[0];
   if((strCurMenu == "SETTINGS") & (strPrevMenu == "SETTINGS"))
   {
       nCurSettingsMenuItem = 0;
       nNumSettingsMenuItems = 6; <--subtract 1
       nCurSettingsMenuButton = 0;
       nSettingsScroll = 0;
   }
   var sSettingsMenu = new Array(7); <-- subtract 1
   var index = 0;
   sSettingsMenu[index] = theTranslator.Translate("FILE MANAGER"); <--rem
   index = index + 1;                                                  <--rem




if you want to keep the menu option and still need access... you could try to add a password snippit ....remember kids are smart and if i was you id leave out any app that has a file manager..






#4 UGLYMONKEY

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Posted 18 November 2005 - 09:48 PM

QUOTE(t1x2irc2 @ Nov 18 2005, 06:53 PM)
this is how i'd do it

default.xip/settings.xap


CODE
function StartSettingsMenu()
{
   var c = theSettingsMenu.children[0].children[0];
   if((strCurMenu == "SETTINGS") & (strPrevMenu == "SETTINGS"))
   {
       nCurSettingsMenuItem = 0;
       nNumSettingsMenuItems = 6; <--subtract 1
       nCurSettingsMenuButton = 0;
       nSettingsScroll = 0;
   }
   var sSettingsMenu = new Array(7); <-- subtract 1
   var index = 0;
   sSettingsMenu[index] = theTranslator.Translate("FILE MANAGER"); <--rem
   index = index + 1;                                                  <--rem


if you want to keep the menu option and still need access... you could try to add a password snippit ....remember kids are smart and if i was you id leave out any app that has a file manager..

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thanx that make sure he cant mess it up, if i do need file access i'll just run something from disc.




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