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Thread: AT&T Tilt - Tricks, Tips, Hacks and Software

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    Web-based GPS tracking software

    http://www.reperion.com/
    However most of the relevant info is here:
    http://geocool.reperion.com/Web/
    (kudos go to whomever posted this link before in a different thread which quickly got buried)

    GPS tracking software for your phone. Great time-waster (unless you are giving this phone to a spouse/sig. other )

    The site is crazy slow and tough to navigate but you can find the CAB here:
    http://www.reperion.com/newclient/00...06%20versions/
    (choose the internal GPS version)

    Jump straight to the forums for the best instructions:
    http://geocool.reperion.com/Web/forums/thread/300.aspx

    works well (when it works - server was down for a while last night causing me fits) and, the best part, it's free.

    This app won't do your battery life any favors though - esp if you have it updating every 10 seconds like I do.

    -T

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    is there a way to disable AMR-HR?

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    The AIM that comes with the Tilt is not universal. Anyone have the cab link for AIM Mobile by any chance?

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    Is this significantly better than Google Maps?

    I thought Google Maps worked quite nicely (and gives traffic info on major highways)--only wierd thing is that it doesn't scroll the map to follow the blipping dot which represents your current position (i.e., you need to manually scroll the map and sometimes you loose yourself...)

    Jon

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    This is from another forum, but its helpful


    How to to activate the gps photo on the TILT

    Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\
    in the folder called P9 change the value "enabled" from 0 to 1.

    Now if you launch the camera you must find a new menu called "gps photo".

    When you shot a photo in this way the tilt write the position (lat and long) in the exif data of the photo.

    For a free exif reader
    http://www.takenet.or.jp/~ryuuji/min...fread/english/

    and

    http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/ site

    Enjoy.

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    Battery Charger Compatibility

    I have a Motorola SLVR L7 which uses the same mini USB interface as the Tilt. Charger seemed to work fine. I would be eternally grateful if someone could explain why?

    Tilt is 5 V at 1 Amp, SLVR is 5 V at 550 mA. Is the issue that a device pulls as much current (Amps) as it needs, so there is no harm in giving it less or more current than it's rated for? (But going too high on volts will always mess up a device?) If that is the case, does a device like the iGo charger need special circuity just to control it's Volts, while providing a big enough current for anything it's likely to need to charge?

    In sum, am I not harming my tilt, by using my existing (SLVR) car charger, travel charger, and can I just expect it to charge more slowly?

    (Believe it or not I majored in Physics in college, but just could never get this straight)

    Many thanks in advance,

    Jon

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    Reassign PTT Button via Registry edits

    I do not use the PTT button so searched various sites to find a way to reassign it. I now have two shortcuts (vibra switch and voice command) assigned to my to my PTT button (push and push&hold). I used Resco registry editor to perform the following:-

    Disable PTT
    o Removed PTTService shortcut from \Windows\startup (Saved copy of shortcut in My Documents as backup)
    o In the registry, navigate to the HKLM\services folder
    o Export the PTT Folder to My Documents (as backup)
    o Delete the PTT Folder

    Add a new key for the PTT Button (Credit to mbritten xda_forum)
    o Navigate to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Keys
    o Add a new key called '40C6'
    o Add a string called 'Name' with the value 'Button 6'
    o Save registry settings

    Add a new key for the PTT Button - Press & Hold
    o Navigate to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Keys
    o Add a new key called '40C7'
    o Add a string value called 'Name' with the value 'Button 6 (Press & Hold)'
    o Save registry settings

    Perform a soft reset for the Registry settings to take effect.

    I was then able to assign a program to these two buttons through settings/buttons

    Last edited by tribalgifts; 10-10-2007 at 10:34 PM.

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    www.Vtap.com for videos and wikipedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribalgifts
    Disable PTT
    Remove PTTService shortcut from \Windows\startup
    In the registry navigate to the HKLM\services
    Export the PTT Folder (backup in case you mess up)
    Delete the PTT Folder

    Add a new key for the PTT Button (Credit to mbritten xda_forum)
    Navigate to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Keys
    Add a new key called '40C6'
    Add a string called 'Name' with the value 'Button 6'
    Save registry settings

    Add a new key for the PTT Button - Press and Hold
    Navigate to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Keys
    Add a new key called '40C7'
    Add a string value called 'Name' with the value 'Button 6 (Press & Hold)'
    Save registry settings

    Perform a soft reset for the Registry settings to take effect.

    You should now be able to assign a program to these two buttons through settings/buttons – It will set the rest of the necessary registry values.
    Has anyone tested this yet? This would be great if it works!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00mz
    Has anyone tested this yet? This would be great if it works!!
    It works!...

    I assigned a button to my xmmusicdock url and it works great for that too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon44
    I'm completely new to the touchscreen world. What's the industry standard on using the screen protector that came with the phone? (as hard as I tried while putting it on, mine has nasty air bubbles and is generally ugly...) Is it really needed?

    P.s., thanks very much for the excellent replies to my previous question on Express Mail

    I just got my Tilt and I put on the screen protector until it gets scratched up. I used a credit card to get rid of the nasty bubbles your referring too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taveanator
    http://www.reperion.com/
    However most of the relevant info is here:
    http://geocool.reperion.com/Web/
    (kudos go to whomever posted this link before in a different thread which quickly got buried)

    It was "robr" who let me know about it in the other thread.

    Thanks again robr..

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribalgifts
    It works!...

    I assigned a button to my xmmusicdock url and it works great for that too.

    This might seem like another stupid question, but how do you get screen shots like that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSanad
    This might seem like another stupid question, but how do you get screen shots like that?
    software called pocket screen capture
    http://www.pocketpccity.com/software...-pocketpc.html

    or

    http://www.pocketpccity.com/software...-pocketpc.html

    Dont know which one he used though

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    Quote Originally Posted by avega1027
    software called pocket screen capture
    http://www.pocketpccity.com/software...-pocketpc.html

    or

    http://www.pocketpccity.com/software...-pocketpc.html

    Dont know which one he used though
    Thanks for the quick reply.

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