Mobile Registry Editor is an application that can be used to edit the registry of your Pocket PC or Smartphone (Windows Mobile device).
With it you can remotely edit the registry using your desktop keyboard and mouse as opposed to using your stylus/keypad on your PDA or phone.
It's built as a Windows application which has been modeled after Regedit (with a few extra features such as favorites, value size, column sorting etc...)
It has been tested with Pocket PC and Smartphone on Windows XP/2000 and requires the .NET Framework 1.1 to run.
- Restart ActiveSync (Tools -> Restart ActiveSync).
- Deleting a registry key could cause MRE to stop responding.
- Create/Edit value dialogs now have the cursor set on the appropriate text box (one less mouse click).
- Reduced the size of the collapse button on the splitter. Primarily for those with smaller resolutions (800x600).
- Width of the registry tree saved.
- By default the list of values is sorted by name.
- Depending on the device type the tree icon is a phone or PDA.
- Connect dialog and registry tree now display the device name.
- Create keys/values.
- Delete keys/values.
- Rename value (thanks Pavel).
- Copy Key Name.
- The default value would sometimes be listed twice. Once as "(Default)" and again as "Default".
- When flipping back and forth b/t favorites and the reg tree the value list was not being updated.
- A truckload of error checking.