orb3000 · Jan 5, 2011 at 06:00 am

CHTSLoco – Shows Location in CHT for WM

XDA member MichelDiamond presents this interesting add on for your Windows Mobile device that will let you have your updated GPS location in Cookie Home Tab 2 by detecting via GSM-CellTowers. This probably will be on your device already but if  it´s not, it is worth to have. The developer mentions that no additional battery drain in Lookup mode since cell towers don’t need a GPS or Internet Connection to get these numbers. Working only for GSM devices using CHT2.
You can also find on the original thread some great sets of original icons to personalize your device called loco icons.

Originally posted by MichelDiamond
[CHT-AddOn][24-Dec-10]CHTSLoco – shows location in CHT [Xmas-Beta 0.9]

a little Xmas-present to all users of the CHT-Suite (so you have sth. to play with over these days, too) – Merry Xmas from the teams of CHTS & CHT-Dev-group

I’m crazy but you like it… Loca Loca Loca… no… Loco… CHTSLoco

*Design of graphics by Bonito77 & Santod040

A new ADD-ON for CHT as public Beta, that you have something to play with over Christmas. Therefor released as “Xmas-Beta”

Please read the prejudices before installing!

CHTSLoca is an easy-to-use-App, which can detect your Location because of GSM-CellTowers and display them as CHT-Icon.
Later (not now) this will be extended with other location awareness things and is also responsible then for switching profiles because of current Location in CHTS.

For now: It displays in a very nice way your locations. Here you see the Screenshot of the Main configuration page of CHTSLoco and besides a resizeable Freelink in CHT

Continue to the original thread.


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