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  1. I've mentioned this before on another topic; install Mskip's Elegance and you can put 'invisible' links over any widget you like :(
  2. My settings are: TomTom Navigator: TT7 v7.917 (9186) _ i900: com 4 (program port) com 9 (material port) 4800 bauds The box is checked in the last tab. _ TomTom: I tried in "Other NMEA GPS receiver", COM 4, 4800 bauds You may try another port as well.
  3. These are registry settings, so you don't need GSP gate or other program. It's definitely reliable, but I don't know if it will work with TomTom 6.
  4. I would choose the HTC HD2. As a matter of fact, I did! Saying goodbye to my Omnia on Wednesday!
  5. Stupid question maybe, but did you leave the car and take the keys? If there is no power supply from the car, the phone of course will never charge.
  6. Flash your phone with some of the ROMs offered here. I used the Khuanchai ROM 21806 lite. But make sure you know what you are doing and read the instructions presented here before doing this or you may brick your Omnia! Oh, but beware; this ROM is in English, not dutch. I personally don't care if my phone is in dutch or english, but you might.
  7. I'm using Khuanchai's 21806 lite; very stable, fast and LITE :D.
  8. Why open two topics on the same subject? http://www.vitotechnology.com
  9. http://www.vitotechnology.com/products.html
  10. You guys should go to the original post (#37) and check the links for explanation (it's in German, but you should be able to understand the GPS settings): http://www.modaco.com/content-page/295924/...a-900i/page/20/
  11. Install Vito Winterface and you can have that and more skins to choose from http://www.vitotechnology.com http://2006v.com/didier/desktops/touch%20hd.png
  12. If you can't tune your guitar without a piece of software, you better don't record a debut solo album at all :D
  13. Well, I was using GPS Proxy and I did have issues using that (didn't have them before); for some reason GPS Proxy kept shutting down unexpectedly and I searched the internet for a solution to this problem and I ran into this new solution. I also have tried to install the GPS driver, which worked, but drained my battery extremely fast, just like GPS Proxy btw!! So for me there are a few reasons to use the new method: - no more problems using GPS Proxy (I had problems using Port Splitter as well) - no need to first start GPS Proxy and then TomTom - saves battery life (most important reason) - saves memory ;)
  14. I installed TT7.917, but this wasn't enough to make it work without GPS Proxy, so I searched the internet and I found this on a German web site, and it works for me on my Omnia i900!!: Change these settings in the registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\GPS Intermediate Driver\Drivers\Samsung GPS Hardware\InputBufferSize: set from 4096 to 512 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\GPS Intermediate Driver\Drivers\Samsung GPS Hardware\OutputBufferSize: set from 4096 to 512 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\GPS Intermediate Driver\Drivers\Samsung GPS Hardware\SleepOnNoData: set from 100 to 0 HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\GPS Intermediate Driver\Multiplexer\MaxBufferSize: set from 16384 to 1024 The rest is the same as the usual GPS and TomTom settings. I used com port 4 (and 9 for hardware), but you can probably use any other port that hasn't been assigned yet. Here are the links to the site I found: http://www.handy-faq.de/forum/samsung_i900..._7_omnia-4.html http://www.gsmfreeboard.com/showthread.php?t=194983 A big thank you to whoever figured this out :-)
  15. Why don't you send yourself an SMS, that DOES come via mobile network? :)
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