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LiveView March 2012 - what plugins actually work?

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So I've installed an ADW launcher to the phone (to get plugins working on ICS) and trawled the Play store and my LiveView status is:

Torque car OBD plugin OK (yet to test fully)

Pansar X1 Airborne watch display plugin OK

"Gmail for Liveview" OK

Winamp and "Liveview Music Plugin" controller OK

Sportypal Plugin displays but I've not got it working yet

Native music controller U/S

Native Calendar plugin U/S

I'd like a mytracks display

I'd like a calendar display

Any good suggestions?

Matt

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Interesting can you use multiple displays on torque on ONE screen, or do you just swipe across to the next one?

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I just got the torque plugin up on the screen, I didn't have much of a play as I don't think I need it.

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I've now got the native music player working fine (longpress of the top RHS button) which instantly makes the LiveView worth the 12quid I paid!

Sportypal also works (after uninstalling and reregisteringon my phone).

The Calendar SMS and missed call integration seems to not work .

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Of the plugins that worked, i quite liked the binary clock, ah watch, launcher (lets you launch any app from the watch, very useful), livewatches and the 2 camera plugins that let you control the camera shutter.

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In www.tida.com.ar we developed a calendar app to see all your appointments and events. Just search for tida calendar in the app store. It works perfectly for ics and up

Regards

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Hi, at Tida, we developed another liveview App. Is called Tida Panic Button. You configure 4 messages and 4 receivers, and in case of a situation (medical, security, etc) you press a liveview button and the message is sent. It also sends the lattitude and longitude so they can find you. If the phone is connected to Internet, it also tries to geodereference the gps coordinates so you can also see the address.

https://play.google....ins.panicbutton

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