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Posts Tagged: VGA

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XDA member brandi‘s first application on the site, the Deutsche Bahn App, has become very popular due to its effectiveness when updating the user with the latest information on the German transport system. Being in a similar line, the latest from the developer should prove to be just as useful.

The trafficMate application is a tool which downloads and displays the latest traffic data for major German roads. Although still very early in its development cycle (version 0.1 has just been released), reports by users of the alpha-stage application have been positive.

If you live in Germany and constantly find yourself frustrated by unpredictable traffic jams on the way to work, you might want to give the application a try. The download and feedback are in the application thread.

phonecanavas

If you have an older device and want to have the latest phone dialer, this will be of your interest. XDA member cnzqy1 presents the newest Phone canvas enhancement ported to Windows Mobile devices with VGA resolutions. Only for WM6.5.3(231XX) natively. No more Caller ID issue or graphical glitches and it supports video calling as well.
Be sure to read all instructions before proceeding to avoid unwanted behavior.

Originally posted by cnzqy1
[VGA]New Huashan Phone Canvas Enhancement Ported

Hello all, here is the newest Phone_Canvas_Enhancement_5_0_61220152721_0 from Huashan ported to VGA. All credit go to WoZZeR999 for his port ,pyrorob for his porting template(a phcanrc.dll from Leo Phone Canvas) and amarullz for his phcanvga.exe!

Why this one:
1. It supports WM6.5.3(231XX) natively. No more Caller ID issue or graphical glitches.
2. It supports video call.

Why not the one from Oboe(seems much newer):
1. It has dual SIM support thus if we want to use it we need to get rid of its dual SIM support(e.g. hex edit), otherwise we can’t even make a call.
2. It doesn’t support video call.

The attached zip has two packages inside: Phone_Canvas_Enhancement_5_0_61220152721_0(Phone Canvas itself), Video_Telephony_3_0_38566_0(a dependency of the Phone Canvas).

All packages are with 0804 localization, 0409 localization attached seperately.

Please download the phcanrc.dll attached and replace the one in the original package to get VGA resolution. And please make the phcanvga.exe start on boot(put a link in /Windows/StartUp).

This Phone Canvas won’t work on AKU versions other than 6.5.3.

Again thanks WoZZeR999 for his port!

You can find more information in the application thread.

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Japanese Display and Input Addon for WM

September 17, 2010   By:

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Do you speak Japanese as your primary language? Then, this app presented some time ago by XDA member flinx1 will be of your interest. This add-on enables display and input of Japanese characters. If you have other Japanese enabling software, please remove it before installing this one.
The developer originally presented it for Raphael and Diamond devices, but should work on other Windows Mobile devices with VGA/WVGA resolutions as well, after installing a soft reset must be done.

Originally posted by flinx1
What this does is that it enables display and input of Japanese characters. It can for instance be used to read web pages, or together with a dictionary program such as EBPocket and commercial dictionaries.

USAGE NOTES: READ THIS FIRST

This .cab is designed for a CLEAN/HARD RESET device. If you have other Japanese enabling software like decuma, CE-star, letsjapan etc. installed, remove them. I have no idea how they might interact with each other without testing. This file is a single install that has everything you need and want to get JP display and input working. If it doesn’t work and you had some other type of JP enabling software previously installed, try a hard reset.

After installation and soft reset you’ll notice you now have several new keyboard SIPs available. HOWEVER JAPANESE INPUT WILL NOT WORK JUST BY CLICKING ON THEM. You have to activate it first.

Diamond/device with no keyboard: Bring up the regular software keyboard. Press ctrl, shift, shift, ctrl. In that order. You can now switch to any of the Japanese keyboards and JP input will work. T9 input will be disabled for that session. If this doesn’t work either try using PQzII to switch keyboards (I don’t know if this works) or change the registry setting mentioned below.

Raphael/device with H/W keyboard: The instructions are basically the same as for the Diamond, except that you can do the activation using the hardware keyboard, if you want. Press ctrl+shift at the same time to activate it. Do not press them in succession like on the software keyboard.

JP input will only be activated on a per program basis, so you can have EBPocket open and use Japanese, and then switch to a writing a text message and use T9 or a localized keyboard. Once JP input has been activated, you can use ctrl+shift again to switch back and forth between a regular (non-localized/non-T9) layout and Japanese. On the Diamond just switch from kana to eigo mode instead, using the soft keyboard. Restarting a program will cause the keyboard to revert back to t9/localized.

If you want to change this behavior and avoid having to activate every time you want to type in Japanese, change the following registry key

You can find more information in the add-on thread.

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XDA member Jaxbot presented a few months ago a great application for your Windows Mobile device, which was inspired in the WP7 gesture control to answer your phone with a movement of your hand. Using the ambient light sensor and g-sensor application, the device can detect a hand moving over the screen. Some of the features on this early release are: Wave to answer, wave to ignore, auto-lock when no light, turn to unlock, and shake to save.
The developer tested this app on the HTC Fuze but should work on other devices with same resolution, some users reported working ok on Leo.
You can find a video of it on the original thread. Please leave feed back.

Originally posted by Jaxbot
[APP][Experimental] Windows Mobile 7-like gestures

Hi all.

Highly experimental app I’ve been working on. It basically uses the accelerometer and ambient light sensor to handle gesture events.

Current features:
- Wave to answer
- Wave to ignore
- Autolock when dark
- Turn to unlock
- Shake to save

It works well on my Fuze, but I’m not sure about other HTC devices.
Also, it needs the .NET Compact Framework.

Any feedback, let me know!

You can find more information in the application thread.

sc_ligue1

Now that the football season is well underway, you’ll need a way to keep up with your team in the league.  If you follow the French league then Ligue 1 Pocket 2010 may be just the app that you’re looking for.

Developed by XDA forum members zorro1981, cua-tro and with graphics by chinubrio, the Windows Mobile application provides all you need to know about the French league, including a Live mode where you can be advised of more important events during a match.

Ligue 1 Pocket 2010 keeps you up to date with results, and information on team changes.

The application supports multiple languages and all displays.

Requires a data connection.

For more information including download links, head on over to the application thread.

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There are a few keyboard options around for Windows Mobile devices, but there are limited options that make it easier for you to use on smaller screens.

ZoomKey developed by XDA forum member pmprog is intended to make the keyboard easier for use with thumbs/fingers on the smaller screens, by combining two keys together.

Once you press on one of the ‘dual keys’, it will zoom in. Whilst your finger is still on the key, slide it to the left side or the right side of the enlarged key.  When you lift your finger it will enter the key that your finger was on.

ZoomKey SIP is currently in alpha, and hence there may be bugs.  The dev is intending to add an option to set the custom height for the SIP area, so if you use a WQVGA device, you can allocate more space to the SIP.

Other future development options include multiple skin support, multiple character set support, and tap to zoom.

For more information and to download the alpha, visit the application thread.

Spb theme Galaxy Android Style for WM

September 9, 2010   By:

vhxavs

A big collection of themes for SPB Mobile Shell are presented by XDA member @mark@. This set is called Galaxy Android Style v1 and contains more than seven different complete themes for your Windows Mobile device, including Android and Xperia, among others.
The theme has landscape support and will work with WVGA and VGA resolutions, you must have installed Spb Mobile Shell 3.5.5 . and .NET Framework 3.5 . to make it work.

Originally posted by @mark@
Contains :

* Lots of New widgets.
* Xperia 10 And Android Status icons .
* Android Weather widget skins.
* New Menubar .
* Support landscape mode .
* New Background .
* And More ….

RELEASE Galaxy Android Style v1 :

- 20 August 2010

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Download

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Requirement :

* WVGA/VGA Windows Mobile .
* Spb Mobile Shell 3.5.5 .
* Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 .

Installaion

1- Exit Spb Mobile Shell Before Install theme .

2- Install the theme on Main Device Memory .

3- You Must Install this theme on Clean Spb Mobile Shell .

4- After install theme you must restart Device .

5- Done ….Enjoy….

You can find more information in the theme thread.

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After being eliminated embarrassingly early on in this year’s World Cup, the English were consoled by the rise of a new star in football: Paul the Octopus. Supposedly hailing from Weymouth, Paul correctly predicted the outcomes of all of Germany’s matches and proceeded to foretell Spain to be the overall winners as the tournament reached its climax in July.

If you would like Paul to have more of a say in your day-to-day  life, XDA member TangoChen has created your ideal application. Paul’s Pick is a simple application for Windows Mobile which allows you to input the possible choices for the decision you have to make, and then leave an animated Paul to do the deciding for you. If his track record is anything to go by, your life choices are safe in his hands!

You can find the .cab file in the application thread.

Windows 7 Theme for WAD2 Updated

September 7, 2010   By:

programv

Imagine having Windows Seven on your mobile, the same way you access to menus, play music, etc. XDA member rajivshahi has updated this great WAD 2 theme to get W7 look on your Windows Mobile device. Updated version works on portrait and landscape and it has added more resolutions: VGA, WVGA and QVGA.
The developer included a short video on how to install, just be sure to choose the right resolution and follow instructions.

Originally posted by rajivshahi
Windows 7 theme ( wad 2) Portrait and Landscape 50000+ Download.

Hi finally complete windows 7 theme for vga screen device….both portrait and landscape version..here are some screen shots of the real theme….

Big Thanx to my freind Brunoiso10 for his help for landscape version and QVGA….

Please follow the instruction file to install and enjoy!!!

VGA VERSION BOTH PORTRAIT & LANDSCAPE
Having trouble while uploading new files to XDA.. So download VGA landscape version and new portrait version (Win Se7en) from Mediafire link HERE
And 4shared mirror ( thanx to stylez) HERE

WVGA Version
Please download the WVGA version from here
and mirror from here

QVGA VERSION PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE
You need ALL THREE files to completely install this theme…
QVGA Portrait version Released ( BIG THANKS TO BRUNO FOR QVGA) link here

QVGA Landscape version Released (BIG THANX TO BRUNO) LINK HERE

Download the installation guide and other required cab for QVGA version from

Please leave feedback and comments….
If any thing is not working please let me know so i can correct it

You can find more information in the theme thread.

Tetra Master Game for WM Updated

September 4, 2010   By:

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Do you remember RPG games on your old playstation? XDA member zyphuris55 brings back some nostalgia with Tetra Master from Final Fantasy IX for the Playstation. The game includes a manual and it´s almost identical to the original version.
Some of the features and fixes included on version 0.81 are: added the ability to remove profile blocks, added the stats feature to buying a card, fixed save/load problems, fixed the next duel glitch, amongst others. Running on Windows Mobile devices with VGA, QVGA and WQVGA resolutions.

Originally posted by zyphuris55
[Game] Tetra Master v0.81.6 (8-30-10)

For those who have owned a playstation and enjoy playing RPG games, then you might remember Final Fantasy 9. It didn’t have as many mini-games as FF7, but it did have a fun card game to relax you from the main story line…if you were able to understand the fragmented manual .

In this version of TM, it uses the same features as the original plus more “manual included”. If you haven’t played the playstation version, then you won’t be missing much after playing this game.

You can find more information in the game thread.

Throttle Max Sense theme for WM

August 30, 2010   By:

faves

XDA member alecoddlyiv presents this first version theme for Throttle Launcher, nice visuals are included on developers theme, which was created for those devices with lower specs, so they can have the chance to experience Max Sense feel.
In order to get weather animations right, you must download the animations provided on the original thread.
Working on Windows Mobile devices with WVGA and VGA resolutions.
The developer kindly asks to leave feedback, so future versions can be fixed if needed.

Originally posted by alecoddlyiv
[THEME] Throttle Max Sense Public Beta

I have released a public beta version of my new Throttle Launcher theme over at the Throttle Launcher forums HERE

The theme has been created with permission from maxycy and bignadad for the graphics

The theme has been tested on wqvga and vga devices and was created for those with lower powered devices that want to experience that max sense feel.

Before you start using the theme be sure to run through the configuration, go through the theme settings and pay extra special attention to the programs section where you need to specify what programs will be used to perform certain functions. There is also an exes folder included with some goodies already for you, these are provided as is and may not work for every device.

The weather requires you to Download animations which can be stored on your storage card and pointed to from within the config.

When you press any of the taskbar icons you will see a page similar to that in screenshot 4 to exit to the homescreen you can click on the first icon or to return to the page you were on press on any area of the black background.

Please provide detailed feedback of any issues below.

You can find more information in the theme thread.

Android Scribble Updated

August 26, 2010   By:

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Back on February, XDA News Writer ElCondor wrote about the first release of these animations for your Android device boot screen. Now, XDA member GLa’DOS updated to Scrible version 2.0 with many more animation screens and added more resolutions to the supported list: WQVGA, QVGA and VGA, so now Nexus One will be able to use it too.
Be sure to back up your actual screen before proceeding and please read all the instructions posted by developer in order to avoid any problem during installation.

Originally posted by GLa’DOS
[Boot Animation][QVGA|VGA|WVGA] Android Scribble 2.0 — Now with 3 more colors!

Here is Android Scribble 2.0

Important: You need to rename the downloaded zip to bootanimation.zip
[Install]
(Thanks to Jerry43812!)

1. Download the ZIP of the boot animation you would like to apply to your phone.

* For the first boot animation (with green flare, do not unzip the file. Just move it to your tools folder.
* For the second or third boot animations, please unzip the file you download from here, resulting with a folder with another ZIP – inside, called bootanimation.zip. Please move that bootanimation.zip to your Android-(SDK)-Tool-Folder

2. Open up a command prompt, and head into your local tools folder.

cd C:\Android\tools

(Or whatever folder you choosed for Android Tools)

You can find more information in the application thread.

sc_calcio

XDA member zorro1981 has (with the help of several other members of our developing community) created a handy application for Windows Mobile which allows you to easily keep track of the latest developments of the [formerly] Lega Calcio soccer divisions in Italy.

Lega Calcio Pocket 2010 supports almost all resolutions and features a well-designed but not over-complicated interface that displays the latest scores, player and team information, imminent matches and overall league tables. You can also set the program to notify you of important events by vibration or with a custom sound.

Lega Calcio Pocket 2010 is available from the application thread. Applications for more leagues should follow soon.

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