thanks, it's just that mine isn't t-mobile branded so i was wondering how it would look on the dash
No i havent had a chance to take one yet but if you click on the attached files the dailpad.jpg takes the place of the t-mobile logo when dialing and when you actually connect it changes to the carrierlogo gif its good if you dial a number that has a word in it like 1-800-tmobile for instance now you know what key is what when dailing.
I will submit a pic when I get a chance
Here's what it looks like:
I didn't like the in-call dialpad so I just used the first image and turned it into a .gif and used that instead. The Dash background is a mod I did to my standard tmobile in-call wallpaper but the icons at the top are what you will see; they'll be added to your current in-call background.
Last edited by zerowind; 11-01-2006 at 11:17 PM.
thanks for posting that
it looks pretty useful afterall
Thats actually a great idea to use the same pad for both I will do that as well
Zerowind, could you show me how you did that in-call wallpaper mod? OR Point me to the postOriginally Posted by zerowind
Also I just wanted to say THANKS to everyone testing and posting these mods the phone was great before but now it is near perfect!!!!! Thanks everyone!
I have a question about the reg settings for the JOGGR. I noticed on the BottomKeyAppParameter it is set to -service "ActiveSync". I read that to mean it should sync your email when you use that button as well as launch the mail app. Does that work for anyone?
Ok so people have been asking for the s620 homescreen for their dash, i want the dash homescreen for my s620 . Does anyone know how to get the one that the dash comes with as default? I saw it at the T-mobile store and thought it was very nice. Also, has anyone had the problem with speed dial where you hold down the number and it does not open the program you set it to? It has been happening to me lately and its a bit frustrating
Last edited by Tanko; 11-02-2006 at 11:50 AM.
There aren't any existing posts on this but it's these two files:Originally Posted by niko5
Just replace these two files in your windows directory with two identically named graphic files. I haven't tested to see which one it actually is, but they both have the same image. I just replaced them both.
-No need to backup the files you are overwriting as they are in rom; just delete your modified files to recover the originals.
I could not find those files you indicated in my Dash, but I found:Originally Posted by zerowind
I tried following the same proceedure but I still get the same file when I dial out. What am I doing wrong?
I messed around and found that BackgroundImage_Land.bmp earler today and replaced that and it worked for me.
The only problem I had is I used that dialpad image you used for your incall screen becuase I liked it better but I guess the format of mine cut the edge off and pushed it to the left not the center like yours so I had to crop down the dialpad image to make it show up....
Does anyone know if theres an XML page somewhere for the incall screen? im sure theres some formating on there that i could change to make it display better.
I guess you probably have the S620 and not the dash, right? That would explain why we have different files and why it worked for you and not for me.Originally Posted by niko5
You should look through your device by browsing on your desktop computer. (they may not show up using the device's browser) The files are there unless something is missing on your Dash (highly unlikely but possible)Originally Posted by Marianoz
I believe the files are there. (That's where the image that you are seeing on your incall screen comes from afterall)
I used the same names you indicated and then copied the files in the My documents directory using activesync..then using cut an paste moved them internally in the Dash over to the Windows directory. Still, didn't work!Originally Posted by zerowind
Why are you copying to My Documents first? Try this:
Copy the files *directly* over to you device's windows folder from your desktop. (the buit-in internal explorer is useless and I've set that particular icon as hidden to keep it out of my sight). There are better ones to use; it won't copy system protected shortcuts among other things)
Reboot your device.
Also make sure the files are the correct resolution (I'm sure you've already done that) and try no higher than 16 bit depth for the bmp file.