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Windows Phone Multi Language App Title and Tile Title

1- Download this project : https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/windowsapps/Language-Neutral-Resource-5894846e
2- Open project using visual studio
3- First we will create default language dll file;
– Double click AppResLib.rc file which is located under “Resouce Files” folder.
– “Resource View” will be open . Double Click “String Table” file

You will see like this table;

ID     Value   Caption
AppTitle   100   SET_YOUR_APP_TILE_NAME
AppTileTitle 200   SET_YOUR_APP_TILE_TITLE_NAME

Dont change “ID” and “Value” values.Only Set Caption values.

4- Build AppResLib project at “Release” mode.
5- Copy “AppResLib.dll” to any other location.Because we will build again and we need this file. (For Example : Desktop/AppNames) . Default Language Dll ready!
6- Open again “AppResLib.rc” file change Caption name(For Example : Enter Japanese App Name) and build again.Rename AppResLib.dll file according to locale ID.you can find here : https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/apps/ff967550(v=vs.105).aspx (Windows Phone 8 supported display languages)
Ex : Rename AppResLib.dll -> AppResLib.dll.0411.mui (for Japanese ) and Japanese language ready.
7- Copy this file to where you copy to Default language file “AppResLib.dll” . (For Example : Desktop/AppNames)
8- Your Multi language files ready..If you need more language file.Repeat 6,7

9- Open your Windows Phone project.Right Click on Your Project -> Add -> Existing Item… -> Select “AppResLib.dll” file and “AppResLib.dll.0411.mui” files.
10- Right Click on “AppResLib.dll” and “AppResLib.dll.0411.mui” files -> Properties -> Build Action -> change to “Content”
11- Extend “Properties” -> Double Click on WMAppManifest.xml
12- Change Display Name to : @AppResLib.dll,-100
and change Tile Title to : @AppResLib.dll,-200
13- Build and RUN !

More Info : https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/apps/ff967550(v=vs.105).aspx
If you follow up More Info instructions.Do not move .umi files to “Resources” folder.

Windows Phone Application and Store Image,Icon Sizes

Application Image Sizes

FlipCycleTileLarge -> 691×336
FlipCycleTileMedium -> 336×336
FlipCycleTileSmall -> 159×159
IconicTileMediumLarge ->134×202
IconicTileSmall -> 71×110
ApplicationIcon -> 100×100

SplashScreenImage->768×1280
SplashScreenImageLandscapeLeft->768×1280
SplashScreenImageLandscapeRight->768×1280
SplashScreenImagePortrait->768×1280
SplashScreenImagePortraitUpsideDown ->768×1280

Store Image Sizes

App Icon -> 300×300
Screenshot(8 adet gerekmektedir.) -> 1280×768
Promototional Background ->1000×800
Promototional Square Icon ->358×358
Promototional Wide Icon ->358×173

Debug Windows Phone Unity Codes

Debug Windows Phone Unity Codes

1 – Build Visual Studio project for Windows Phone (File -> Build Settings -> Build).
2 – Open Generated Visual Studio Project.
3 – Click FILE -> Add -> Existing Project, navigate to Unity project folder and select Assembly-CSharp.csproj file.
4 – Go to BUILD -> Configuration Manager and make sure ARM platform is selected for your project.
5 – Optionally uncheck Build flag for Assembly-CSharp since it has already been built by Unity.
6 – Add breakpoint(s) to your script file(s).
7 – Make sure phone is connected to PC and Wphone Screen is unlocked.
8 – Make sure debugger type is set to Managed Only (default).
9 – Hit F5 to build, deploy, run and debug your app.