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Guest kathryncheng

hello everyone and to the hex and rom editing people...

Is there a way to add a cab file that will activate the gps to tag the location of the photo being taken by the camera of TYTN II?

Paul had mentioned before that its just a quick job.... I just miss this function so much from my old ipaq hw6915... as we go on holiday a lot and its nice to take the pictures with gps position in the jpeg file ready to upload and be seen in google earth...

please..... please.....

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Either a custom app will need to be written, or someone will need to try the camera app from another device (does the Athena have it?)

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thanks for the reply paul... i dont have athena but hw 6915 ipaq has it and i still got my ipaq with me... as i still needs this function... is that of any help since i still got my ipaq hw6915

dennis

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Paul, how about an application to do some clean up?

For example:

- Cleaning up registry

- Cleaning up bad shortcut

- Cleaning up bad installation

- etc.

Is there any freeware for this?

I know there are several commercial applications for this. Which one is the best for Kaiser (WinMo 6 Pro) ???

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Paul, how about an application to do some clean up?

For example:

- Cleaning up registry

- Cleaning up bad shortcut

- Cleaning up bad installation

- etc.

Is there any freeware for this?

I know there are several commercial applications for this. Which one is the best for Kaiser (WinMo 6 Pro) ???

IMHO the best commercial app is DinarSoft's MemMaid -- they just released a new version about a month ago.

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Paul,

How about a really small tiny utility to "cleanup connection". Basically it will do this :

With ONE SINGLE tab :

- Stop all programs except

- Stop all data connection <3G/HSDPS/Wi-Fi/etc.>

Currently, we have to "close all" and then "disconnect", a lot of tabbing ;)

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Paul,

How about a really small tiny utility to "cleanup connection". Basically it will do this :

With ONE SINGLE tab :

- Stop all programs except

- Stop all data connection <3G/HSDPS/Wi-Fi/etc.>

Currently, we have to "close all" and then "disconnect", a lot of tabbing ;)

think this would be awsome! someone make it happen

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Logmein.com - fantastic and free remore desktop application. It works brilliantly over wifi and I have been using it for a few days now with great success. Highly recommend it.

Yep. Works reasonably well over a GPRS connection too - even a non EDGE/3G one! ;)

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Is there a way to add a cab file that will activate the gps to tag the location of the photo being taken by the camera of TYTN II?

Paul had mentioned before that its just a quick job.... I just miss this function so much from my old ipaq hw6915... as we go on holiday a lot and its nice to take the pictures with gps position in the jpeg file ready to upload and be seen in google earth...

please..... please.....

Dennis,

It's been there all the time - although hidden....

Courtesy of travegliaesogno over at xda-devs. it goes like this:

Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\P9 and change the value "enabled" from 0 to 1

You will then have a new photo mode in the camera called GPS Photo.

Cheers,

Søren

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The remote desktop app that was uploaded works great! Only thing is, is there a way of getting it to fit the remote desktop to the phone screen rather than keeping it at a higher resolution and having to scroll around...?

[edit]Read the options in the menu and figured it out...ignore me...[/edit]

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