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    Quick Install is a terrific utility and I thank you for it (and all of your patches).

    One thing I would really find useful is if it kept track of what patches were installed on the phone and allowed you to export the list (or the patches themselves), so that when you have to doctor the phone you know what you had installed. It can be grueling to scroll through the patch list!!

    I just wanted to suggest this if/when you come out with a new version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speebs View Post
    Quick Install is a terrific utility and I thank you for it (and all of your patches).

    One thing I would really find useful is if it kept track of what patches were installed on the phone and allowed you to export the list (or the patches themselves), so that when you have to doctor the phone you know what you had installed. It can be grueling to scroll through the patch list!!

    I just wanted to suggest this if/when you come out with a new version.
    You can see all patches installed in Device management. I'll add an export list to txt file option in a future release
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Robitaille View Post
    You can see all patches installed in Device management. I'll add an export list to txt file option in a future release
    Thanks Jason! I have been keeping an Excel, but it can be quite tedious.

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