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Quickmark QR Code Software for your Smartphone - your phone as QR Code scanner

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mwright    2
So ive downloaded the one for the Hermes, but i can't actually get it to work, is it just me being stupid??

No - it does not work for me either.

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Damiantmc    0

Nope, can't get it to work on my Vario 2 either! ahhhh, not fair!

also when I restarted it seemed a little slower to boot up.

Anyone got working with hermes yet?

DTMc

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robcoh    0

Yay

Finally got it working, I looked on the XDA developers site and downloaded an external rom with the Quickmark software in it (infact its still open http://wiki.xda-developers.com/index.php?p...s_ExtendedRoms) and its under the Dopod 838 rom. I downloaded that and then just installed the quickmark cab and the other quickmark cam thing (NOTE Make sure the cam patch is installed first). Then it all worked perfectly.

Only took hours

Hope it helped

Rob

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big4uk    0

Hey does anyone know if this will work with the motorola Q, i have tried several of the downloads and just wondered if anyone else had installed successfully on the Q.

I love this and am using it on my webcam currently.

Thanks

Big4UK

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Damo86    0

hi

cant seem to download this, keeps timing out!

can somebody send me i-mate sp5(dopod 577), pm me please!

cheers

damo

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yves    0

I used the Qtek 9100 Download and it works on the HTC Universal. In fact, the Cam got's flipped upside down when you are in portrait mode, but I don't mind.

And just in case nobody else noticed: http://diy.quickmark.com.tw/sa_eng/>here you can do many more things with QR-Codes than on Kaywa. e.g. embed these send-sms, or make-a-call, or even use encryptions and a partly-encrypted datamatrix. Also, Vcards, and meCards , Addressbooks and Bookmarks as well as Hyperlinks are supported as well as the famous magixJigsaw, which is a Bitmap spitted and encoded into several QR-Codes :-O Oh, and QM also got it's own datamatrix-standart, called QuickMark, which does support all QR-features plus this part-encryption, see attachment.

Oh, and notice the [ Option ]-Link on the bottom of the page. There you can specify the amount of error-correction used for QR and QM-Tags, and also the size and colour of the printed datamtrix modules (the squares) and the charset.

It's a pity there's only such a limited charset supported, i.e. no Umlaut <_<

<ahttp://www.modaco.com/index.php?act=Attach&type=post&id=20680 border=0>

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yves    0

new in this update is the possibility to embedd Geo-Coordinates into QR-codes so you can directly point to a google map position :)

oh and well it's quite OT, but did anyone managed to get the download for the Motorla PEBL called U6c ?

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bradr14    0

Can anyone tell me if any of them will work on the Motorola Q and if so, which one?

I have tried using the ones for the Excalibur and HP HW6515 but to no avail.

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Driss    0

HURRY-UP! There is free Qr-code and ++ software available at Jaxo Systems For free, and it works! :P

I said "hurry", b/c they did open their free downloads only since last Tuesday and I have no idea on how long it will stand for. I fall on it thru Wikipedia...

They provide both a PC generator, and SnapABar. SnapABar is a Java (J2ME) program for decoding QrCodes from shots of the mobile camera.

SnapABar is downloadable for about 300 models. From my Nokia 5200, I was able to shot a QRcode picture that I generated on my PC -- using Jaxo's generator. This QRcode had more than 500 characters ;) . Most of my close friends (with Nokia's, Sony-Ericsson's, Siemens, etc.) were as lucky. Even this QR-code, below, was properly decoded despite its strange colors and embedded pic.

qrcode_jaxo.jpg

As well as it decoded most of the funny qrcodes I found at this japanese site .

Cherry on the cake. Their second PC-based barcode generator allows you to add several kinds of hyper-links into the barcode picture. Well, it is a bit cumbersome to use :) ... but it works.

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DomConway    0
HURRY-UP! There is free Qr-code and ++ software available at Jaxo Systems For free, and it works! :P

I said "hurry", b/c they did open their free downloads only since last Tuesday and I have no idea on how long it will stand for. I fall on it thru Wikipedia...

They provide both a PC generator, and SnapABar. SnapABar is a Java (J2ME) program for decoding QrCodes from shots of the mobile camera.

SnapABar is downloadable for about 300 models. From my Nokia 5200, I was able to shot a QRcode picture that I generated on my PC -- using Jaxo's generator. This QRcode had more than 500 characters ;) . Most of my close friends (with Nokia's, Sony-Ericsson's, Siemens, etc.) were as lucky. Even this QR-code, below, was properly decoded despite its strange colors and embedded pic.

qrcode_jaxo.jpg

As well as it decoded most of the funny qrcodes I found at this japanese site .

Cherry on the cake. Their second PC-based barcode generator allows you to add several kinds of hyper-links into the barcode picture. Well, it is a bit cumbersome to use :) ... but it works.

Will any of their downloads work on a C500 does anyone know? None of the phone models on their downloads page (http://www.jaxo.com/download) seemed applicable.

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Driss    0
Will any of their downloads work on a C500 does anyone know? None of the phone models on their downloads page (http://www.jaxo-systems.com/download) seemed applicable.

Jaxo systems is currently moving from www.jaxo.com to http://www.jaxo-systems.com, you can already find the new barcode generator on it, even if the new website is still underconstruction....

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