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Posts Tagged: HTC Touch Diamond2

android-camera

While the Android ports that have been around for some time now for older Windows Mobile devices, such as the Blackstone, Raphael and Touch Diamond, and the fact that they have been fun to play around with, the feature most sorely missed from such ports is camera functionality.

Despite the ever-stabilising and speedier builds, this has been the most notable omission from the ports, which includes the popular XDANDROID project so far.

However, a few developers over on the HTC Raphael (Touch Pro) side of the forums have got some experimental drivers working, which should allow for the use of the camera on several Windows Mobile devices when running Android. The work is regularly updated and is currently confirmed to improve the situation on the Blackstone (Touch HD), Rhodium (Touch Pro2), Raphael (Touch Pro), Diamond (Touch Diamond) and Topaz (Touch Diamond2). However, potential users should note that specific variants of these devices may not currently be catered for.

To give the camera a try in your favourite Android port, follow the instructions in the project thread.

QuickShutdown for WM Updated

October 24, 2010   By:

ScreenShot4

XDA member petititi updated his app to version 1.5.3d. For those who don´t know, QuickShutdown is an application to turn off, restart or set to sleep your Windows Mobile device but without the need of .Net framework and because of that it is very fast and responsive. Updated version corrects some bugs, adds a short power button feature and let you choose if you want to lock device when screen goes off.

Originally posted by petititi
I developed an application like Slide2Shutdown, but without the .Net framework. It can turn off, restart or set the phone in sleep mode.

It is very fast to start !
All resolution are supported (for QVGA, the pictures are resized) and lanscape is as smooth as portrait (thank’s to the new version of Manila SDK) !

The graphics are all stored in the \resources\VGA\ folder and you can change them at will.
You will find the available languages in the \resources\lang\ folder, but you can create your own file (add any files in this folder). To enable your chosen language, use the configuration tool and select your language file!
With the configuration tool, you can also modify the words directly by clicking!
Don’t hesitate to post here your language file! Updated lang can be found here: http://charlie-soft.com/Software/Man…esources/lang/

Becareful: you have to save your file with Unicode encoding !
For graphic modification, you can download the pack created by lesscro or this one created by anhphe076.

What’s new 1.5.4 New:
Short power button feature (run a program, turn screen off…)
You can choose to lock when screen goes off

You can find more information application thread.

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Control Panel Settings to Links for WM

September 24, 2010   By:

Captures01

Are you into flashing ROM´s frequently? Then you will agree that creating shortcuts to your favourite programs or applications should an be easier or automated task for every time you flash a new ROM. XDA member dubidu took care of this and created CplLinks. This application goes through the registry key which holds the settings items and creates a .lnk file for each of the entries. Once installed, there are no messages, it only runs and creates the links.
The developer’s app only takes 11.5 kb and must be installed on main memory.

Originally posted by dubidu
[APP] Control Panel Settings to Links (.lnk)

Hi guys,

I know it’s a 10 seconds job to create a link for items inside the control panel (settings) such as “Usb to PC” or “Power” but I’m too lazy to do it every time I try a new rom,
also I found some of the values change from rom to rom, so I create a really simple app that goes through the registry key which holds the settings items (KLM\Security\Shell\StartInfo\Start) and creates a .lnk file for each of these entries.
Having a direct link allows me to add that option as a quick link which is handy 8)

Anyway, here is the tool in case someone wants it.

The exe must be installed in “\Program Files\CplLinks” (Device). It only takes 11.5 kb. The only reason the .exe is needed after the lnk are created is to provide an icon.
When you run it, it reads the HKEY mention above and creates .lnk for each item in the “Settings” menu. The lnks are created in “\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\CplLinks” so are directly accessible through the Programs menu.

There are no messages, it runs and creates the links, no interaction whatsoever so do not expect any nice popup window 8)

Next version will use specific icons for each item, right now, all the links use the same icon from the cpllink.exe executable.
The icons for most of the Settings are .png files rather than .ico, and WM doesn’t have an easy way to convert from .png into .ico, the idea for a “future version” is to collect all the .png files,converted to icons and create a dll on the fly with the icons as resources, so they can be referenced from the .lnk files

Couple of screen shots from the emulator.

You can find more information in the application thread.

v1_ss2

Finally, the free tool that lots of users have been waiting for! XDA member NetRipper has been working on a project for overclocking the Raphael and he successfully increased the clock speed up to 710MHz. Since the Raphael uses the same processor as the Rhodium, the Diamond, and the Topaz, a lot of users will benefit from this great tool.
This well finished UI will let you under or overclock by simply moving the slider.
Be warned, this tool can damage your device so use it at your own risk and please read instructions carefully.

Originally posted by NetRipper
[APP] Msm7kCpuSpeed – Overclock Raphael/Diamond/Topaz/Rhodium

After LeoCpuSpeed to overclock the HD2, I’ve been working on overclocking the MSM7k SoC on the Raphael, with success. The same processor is present on the Diamond, Rhodium and the Topaz, so it should work on all of these devices. I’ve been able to underclock to 57MHz and overclock up to 710MHz, using small 19.2MHz steps. It can clock even further, but it depends on the quality of the processor in your device where the limit for you lies.

Supported devices

  • Raphael
  • Diamond (unconfirmed)
  • Rhodium
  • Topaz (unconfirmed)
  • Blackstone
  • Whitestone
  • More?

You can find more information in the overclocking thread.

Lets Begin: GTX Icons

July 14, 2010   By:

googletest

GTX seems to be one of many hit mods that have been developed in our forums this year. In a very recent post by XDA member fjompa , the dev asks to begin development on GTX Icons. Now, while some people not familiar with the whole concept of GTX this might seem weird, but this famous theme has extensions in just about everything from lock screens to sms packages. The original poster only has one icon, but I am sure with our big community we can get many more icons by the end of the week.

If you want to help him out, head over to the thread and contribute to the development.

WM6.5 Theme Gray Green

June 8, 2010   By:

Screen069

For those of you who prefer to use Windows Mobile Titanium in your home screen, XDA member kenchan2009 created a very well designed theme in two color combinations: Grey/Green and Black/Blue.
Both themes work on resolutions WVGA, VGA, WQVGA, and QVGA for WM6.5 by simply installing the cab provided by developer. The developer has also revealed the source of the idea for these themes for anybody with the skills to add new color combinations to this collection.

Originally posted by kenchan2009
【theme】WM6.5 Themes “KenChan Gray Green” WVGA VGA WQVGA QVGA

CAB Installation #1

OEM #2

Enjoy it……

By KenChan

You can find more information on the themes thread.

xdandroidblue

To complement the current king of all projects, XDANDROID (the Android-for-Windows Mobile porting project that spans over many devices, including the Touch Pro[2], Diamond[2], X1 and HD), XDA member babijoee is asking for the community’s help in designing a boot animation and a selection of wallpapers to give the project more recognition.

There have already been several interesting entries to the contest, including several .gifs from XDA member lugiber. However, the project still needs new ideas for wallpapers in order to make it truly unique.

Requirements

  • Wallpaper
  • Must contain the text “XDANDROID” (lowercase accepted)
  • 640×480 dimensions
  • 800×480 dimensions
  • png, jpeg format
  • Boot Animation
  • 512×256 dimensions
  • Contain text “XDANDROID” (lowercase accepted)
  • 100 frames total
  • png format

It’s quite likely that you’ve heard of the project if you have a recent Windows Mobile device. If babijoee likes your design, you will see it included in the next XDANDROID build along with four other contest winners’ entries.

If you think you have a good idea, why not drop in to the contest thread and see what everyone thinks.

screen02v

XDA member tin2404 shows us this great GTX SENSE theme, which is a tribute to master of paint Salvador Dalí. Tin2404 modified Co0kieMonster’s Home Tab and CHT Editor graphics to make this theme. Also, you can choose amongst several Dali´s different clocks to have your home screen with an art touch.
You´ll need to have Co0kieMonster’s Home Tab Mod version 1.7.1 and Windows Mobile 6.5 and up in order to make it work.

Originally posted by tin2404
OK.The first idea is to keep it so bright clean and white as it is possible to have screen that screams of brightness….
modified graphic files including modified some of Co0kieMonster’s Home Tab and CHT Editor graphics….NO NEED FOR ANY EXTRA ADD OR CABS ! Pure as it is suppose to be !
I made extra white minimalistic stylish theme based on faboluos and popular GTX SENSE.For the marvelous icon set thanks to Younxta and they can be found HERE.
I also made a new liquid clock inspired with Salvadore Dali’s painting ” The Persistence of Memory ” and I make slider based on Younxta icon set.Transparency added inside theme.

You can find installation instructions and more information on the theme thread.

MaxSense v1.0 Unleashed

May 31, 2010   By:

screenshot2as

Many of you have probably heard about MaxSense, another UI that completely redesigns the way you see your home screen. XDA member maxycy presents us with this nice looking UI, which has been unleashed for Chefs to cook it into their ROMs.
XDA chef NRGZ28, who is famous for his Energy ROM series, has launched ROMs with MaxSense cooked in them for many HTC devices such as Rhodium, Leo, and Blackstone, among others.
Are you tired of your home screen? Then, have a look at this fresh UI, which will unleash all the power of configuring and tweaking your Windows Mobile device home screen. On top of everything else, the UI can be changed to a wide selection of languages.

Originally posted by maxycy
Introduction
If you are from outer space and wonders what MaxSense is all about, then please take some time to read through this.

This has taken a while longer than planned as I lack the free time that I used to have. Due to this, MaxSense will only be released in ROMs and there is no cab for it. This is to avoid answering questions all the time and give myself time to make further improvements. If you are a cook and intend to flash this to your ROM. Future updates will be posted here. The current version have some basic widgets but depending on the reception of this project, more things will be added.

What is MaxSense?
MaxSense is based on Manila/Sense 2.5. Unlike the original setup, MaxSense offers you total freedom to re-design your Home layout. All objects are now widget based and there are many customization options available to make your phone truly looks the way you want it. With full screen features and multiple screens, these allow you real estates to put things on the screen which were never possible. The UI design in such a way that it gives you access to the things you use frequently within a touch or scroll. I can go on forever but below summary of the features will bring to light what is there to offer.

Features of MaxSense

  • Full Screen ( Wallpapers 960×800 )
  • 3 Home Widget Screens ( Scroll left/right )
  • 75 Quicklink accessible on all tabs
  • Tab launcher screen accessible on all tabs
  • Full Taskbar with dropdown features accessible on all tabs
  • Widgets ( a lot of customization options and more to come )
  • Clocks ( Analog, Digital, Slide )
  • Alerts ( Calendar, Call History, Mail, SMS, Alert Display Panel )
  • Quicklinks ( 3 additional program shortcut widgets )
  • Communication ( Wifi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode )
  • Others ( Weather, Music Player, Favorite Contacts, Internet Search, Blank Panel )
  • General Settings
  • Weather Animation
  • Rotation
  • Autolock
  • AutoMute
  • Taskbar ( Hidden/Maximized/Minimized )
  • Text Color ( includes bottom arrow but exclude all widgets text which you can set individually )

Read on

sixaxis-gets-rumble

This is a very cool new application made by XDA developer Cobaltikus. It lets you control your Windows Phone games by using your Playstation 3 controller.
Many games, mainly emulators, are capable of working with this new application, which connects your Sixaxis/Dual Shock 3 controller with your Windows Phone using Bluetooth HID.
Although it is still in beta stage, the developer even plans to add WiiMote support to the application, which would be even more awesome!

Originally posted  by Cobaltikus

Use your Sony Playstation 3 Controller (Sixaxis/Dual Shock 3) as a Bluetooth HID device on your Windows Phone. It’s great for games, mainly emulators.
Tomorrow a friend is going to let me borrow his Wiimote for a while so I can add support for that controller as well.

Version 0.1 Available NOW!!!
I’m not done. but I’m done enough to use it. It’s stable and runs fine, but just limited in functionality relative to it’s capabilities. Nothing is configurable at the moment and there is no user interface.

So as we hear from the developer, it’s still in very early developing stage. No user interface, not very user friendly. But I think it’s already great to see what the developer has already managed to do!
Unfortunately, your phone needs to have a WidComm stack in order to get it running. This means that devices older than the Diamond2 probably will not work with it (Touch Pro confirmed to not be working). Luckily, the developer is working on getting the Microsoft stack to work too (will be released in v. 0.2).

The installation instructions are not straight forward, so I suggest that you read the first post very carefully before you proceed.
Please go to the application thread for download and more information!

Manila 2.5 HomeScreenJump

May 25, 2010   By:

Screen01

This application for Windows Mobile is based on HTC Wildfire and it allows you to jump to any Sense 2.5 tab from any place your are on your device by simply pressing a button.  When the required action is performed, a multi window appears letting you choose where you want to go.
This application created by xda member dotcompt and it was tested on Rhodium,Leo, and Topaz; still on beta stage but this application promises to be a “must have”.

Originally posted by dotcompt
Hi guys,

I was watching a Youtube video showing up the new HTC Wildfire with an awesome feature, pressing an hardware key you have access to an homescreen from where you can run the widget you desire.

So I´ve decided to create a small app for our Rhodium:

Name: HomeScreenJump
Version: 1.0 beta
Author: dotcompt

Description: HomeScreen from where you can jump to the Manila Tab you want.
Tabs available: Home, People, Messages, Mail, Weather, Twitter and Programs.
Instructions steps:

1. Install the “HomeScreenJump.cab” in attach

2. Optional – If you want to launch the HomeScreenJump from the TP2 Start Menu Hardware key (which is the best way to run it):
- Install “RhodiumKbdControl_GSM.CAB” and dont reset yet.
- Install “dotcompt TP2 Start Menu Hardware Key remap.cab”

3. Restart

Now by holding down the TP2 Start Menu hardware key for a second the homescreenJump will open and you can choose the manila Tab you want to go.

Enjoy it.

You can find more information in the application thread.

catchme

Although, this is not new, it is a very useful application that allows you to communicate with other Windows Mobile devices using your internal or external GPS unit with no Internet connection.
Developed by xda member_LEM_, CatchMe will let you find other devices to know their location.
This app can be automated to send an SMS to another device and retrieve the information of location. That information will be updated to your GPS program, if no signal is available, the app will continue trying until get´s signal to send the SMS.

Originally posted by _LEM_
Devices running Windows Mobile 5 or 6 for Pocket PC or Smartphones

Microsoft Compact Framework 3.5 Download from here

DESCRIPTION

This tool allows you to communicate mobile devices using your GPS and SMS messsages with no internet connection. You will be able to know how far is another phone/target and what direction you need to follow to reach it

Imagine the scenario… you are hiking with some friends in 2 different groups and later during that day you guys want to meet. How do you do that if you got a poor reception and you don’t have an internet connection?

This is what happened to me a few days ago. I got signal only for a few seconds and when I tried to make a phone call it was dropped after a while because the quality was very bad.

This program allows you to add targets. You can request the position of these targets by sending a sms message.
If your PDA cannot send the message it will keep retrying every minute.

Once the other end gets the message, CatchMe will start the GPS automatically, get a fix and send a message back to the person who made the request. Again, if there are problems sending the message CatchMe will keep trying until success.

After getting the position of the target, you can start tracking and CatchMe will tell you how far your target is and what direction you need to follow.

OTHER FEATURES

- You can only receive requests from phones that have been added to your list. If you get a request from an unknown phone, the message will be discarded.
- You can also associate your current position to a target. This is useful if you want to mark a checkpoint to come back later. No SMS messages are sent at this point.
- In order to use this with another person, both persons need to run this program!
- You don’t need to be tracking when using the program. You only need to do that when you are following a target.
- Auto Start and Stealth modes available

Notes

If you plan to test the program using only one phone, don’t click on ‘dismiss’ when getting your own SMS message until CatchMe has processed the message, otherwise the message will be deleted before the program can access to it.

Read on

WaPaC (Wallpaper Changer)

May 25, 2010   By:

Screen04

XDA member Rapid81 presents us with this useful application to automatically change your wallpaper on Windows Mobile devices. You can choose the directory where wallpapers are located on your device, and also you can adjust time between changes.
The software is very simple to use and gives the user the ultimate viewing experience by displaying what the user wants to see on their home screens. This app has tested on WM6.5.3 and it works for all resolutions.

Originally posted by grgiannis
Tool for automatic wallpaper changer, change wallpaper produces tudee, (in the start-up and locked WM) and in Manila. The change wallpaper only tudee or only in Manila, or both there and there you can customize the menu, you can also configure the time change from 10 to 720 minutes. In Manila, if you should tweak “background on all tabs, the background changes accordingly in all tabs. Pictures to change the wallpaper can be taken from any directory, the directory can be selected as all or selectively.

Tested on WM6.5.5 Manila 2012
Features:

  • maximum 10000 pictures from multiple folders
  • changeable interval from 10 to 720 minutes (12 hours)
  • chooseable user interface to change background (Today and Sense)
  • same wallpaper for the 2 UI or not
  • start with Windows possibility
  • not use memory at all, the changing starts with schedule and then quit
  • separate settings application (only WVGA resolution supported yet)
  • you can start/stop the scheduling in the settings app

You can find more information on the application thread.

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