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you delete all the files on your flip cam at least once? Or do you not like that FlipShare icon
that always shows up whenever you plug your FlipCam into your Windows computer? Well, until the
nice people over at Cisco decide to support Windows 7 Device Stage for their FlipCam line, you can at least
come half way and make sure your camera has a nice little icon.
This is pretty easy, and
as long as you’re not depending on the autorun.inf to open FlipShare every time you plug your Flip Camera in
(and if you’re reading this blog, I’m 90% sure you aren’t), you can just copy the contents of the href="http://awesome.gtaero.net/flip-icon.zip">Flip Icon Zip File to the base directory of your
Flip Cam, and it will start showing up in Auto Play (if enabled) and Windows Explorer with this very lovely,
very high resolution icon created by rel="nofollow">Tim Van Damme.
For a preview of what this looks like in
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