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About gillsr

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  • Birthday 12/21/1976

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    London, UK
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    Motion M1400 / C500
  1. lol, yes working on that one - in the .NET CF the controls are placed on the page in the order they were created and you don't have the Tab Order property on them, which means I have to re-do the whole form to just change the tab order! arhhh!
  2. Lol, that's why France Telecom are rebranding Wanadoo to Orange... Maybe they see WiFi/UMA phones as a great opportunity if you use them on their broadband!
  3. File Name :: Smurf - Bluetooth Logger Author :: gillsr Category :: Tools - Fun Description :: Smurf is a Bluetooth Logging program for MS Smartphone, it scans at a set interval and retrieves a list of all the bluetooth devices your device can see. It can also automatically BlueJack devices based on simple rules. It has been created because I wanted to see how many bluetooth devices there are out there and if any of them had interesting names, with the intention of sending a message to those with interesting names. Great for pubs, trains and other enclosed spaces. Why smurf? well, they are blue... Current features Automatically detecting Bluetooth devices in your vicinity Logging who it has seen alerting to devices found by sound and/or vibrate Identify the manufacturer that owns the Bluetooth MAC (from list of 10,000!) BlueJack devices automatically for more info and latest versions check: gatefold.co.uk/smurf Updated Mon, Aug 22 2005 8:11 am View File
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    Smurf is a Bluetooth Logging program for MS Smartphone, it scans at a set interval and retrieves a list of all the bluetooth devices your device can see. It can also automatically BlueJack devices based on simple rules. It has been created because I wanted to see how many bluetooth devices there are out there and if any of them had interesting names, with the intention of sending a message to those with interesting names. Great for pubs, trains and other enclosed spaces. Why smurf? well, they are blue... Current features Automatically detecting Bluetooth devices in your vicinity Logging who it has seen Alerting to devices found by sound and/or vibrate Identify the manufacturer that owns the Bluetooth MAC (from list of 10,000!) BlueJack devices automatically for more info and latest versions check: gatefold.co.uk/smurf

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  5. Hi, Yes this app is free without timeouts, it's the project I'm using to get me into c#, all I ask at the moment is for feedback and bug reports! I may charge for a future version that allows more web based features since there will be overheads in running the site, but that is a way off yet, need to learn asp.net first... The widdcomm thing is annoying, but probably possible if somebody wrote a managed wrapper round the stack and there was an easy way to detect which you were using. Certainly something I don't want to attempt to do myself just yet! It will just work on a PC with XPSP2 and the MS BT stack. Thanks for your interest!
  6. Hi All! I've just uploaded the latest version of my Smurf Bluetooth Logger: Smurf is a Bluetooth Logging program for MS Smartphone, it scans at a set interval and retrieves a list of all the bluetooth devices your device can see. It can also automatically BlueJack devices based on simple rules. It has been created because I wanted to see how many bluetooth devices there are out there and if any of them had interesting names, with the intention of sending a message to those with interesting names. Great for pubs, trains and other enclosed spaces. Why smurf? well, they are blue... Current features Automatically detecting Bluetooth devices in your vicinity Logging who it has seen alerting to devices found by sound and/or vibrate Identify the manufacturer that owns the Bluetooth MAC (from list of 10,000!) BlueJack devices automatically http://www.gatefold.co.uk/smurf Comments welcome!
  7. This annoys me a lot, same in the E200, but worked fine on the SPV cassic/E100. It is an issue with Windows Mobile 2003/SE with the separate inboxes, it will only honour the automatic download settings of the account viewed last. I have two pop3 accounts and text messages, I tend to leave it on text messages and never receive mail, but as soon as I change to one of the pop3 mail inboxs it downloads mail automatically according to the schedule, but not the other pop3 inbox. MS Developers: I want it to automatically download all pop3 mail accounts on schedule like SP2002 did! And while I am at it, have the ability to queue SMS for sending (can be sent with no signal) and not loose SMS's on receive and crash :)
  8. Mmm, interestingly the E200 charges immediately before windows recognises it and only requests 80mA from the USB Hub, whereas the C500 starts charging only when windows recognises it, but then requests 500mA from the USB Hub. Looks like they have changed the USB controller chip and charging to "behave correctly". Rather than the E200, which probably just "steals" power without asking from the USB Hub. (These are the logical USB Hubs on the motherboard, not an external device) Hopefully there is a software solution, but probably will require an externally powered Cradle/Cable :)
  9. In lieu of a cradle for my C500 I'm just plugging it in and charging as I did my E200 by the USB cable, so it synchs and charges, then when I put my PC to sleep/standby the E200 would continue charging whereas the C500 does not and actually looses a lot of charge by the morning (100% down to 65% - unplugged it looses less than 10% overnight with phone and BT). I also noticed that it doesn't seem to start charging until an activesync connection is made, are these problems related somehow? It seems silly that I have to unplug the phone from the PC and into the charger every night! I've tried it on my laptop too which gives the same results.
  10. Battery life with Bluetooth on discoverable over the last week has been excellent, with heavy use (lots of GPRS in car and a few calls) it will last 36hrs easy without charging, and with light use (receiving one or two calls, and some texts) 60+ hours (Smartbatt says 2 days 16hrs). I have only just turned Bluetooth ad accept beams off this week, and smartbatt has settled at about 3 days 11 hrs! which is about that much light use.
  11. Not sure if anyone has noticed but the phone uses Truetype (.TTF) fonts so should be rescalable! they just haven't put many options in for customisation.
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