Epson iLabel makes it easy to create, store, and print labels from your Android phone or tablet. Use your smart device's functionality, including voice transcription, contacts and image gallery, to add a new dimension to your labelling experience. Users can easily share label makers with the Epson iLabel app.
The Epson iLabel app works with the Epson LabelWorks LW-600P and LW-1000P. To buy one of these label makers or LC tapes, please visit www.epson.com or contact your local supplier.
- Create, edit, and print labels wirelessly
- More than 100 label design templates and over 400 symbols are available
- Barcode printing: eight types supported
- Generate and print QR codes
- Voice transcription (enabled by your Android OS) *1
- Quick timestamp function
- Drawing tool; sketch labels using your device's touch interface
- Select and print from a variety of pre-defined, commonly used labels
- Camera-based preview tool: digitally see your label on an item before printing*2
- Insert images from your image gallery (two-tone image conversion)
*1 If your device supports it, you can use voice transcription to input
text into the Epson iLabel app.
*2 If only front camera is available, camera-based preview tool can not be used.
・ The status of your label maker can be checked on your smart device (set tape width, errors, and connection status)
・ Up to 100 created labels can be saved and reused
・ Up to 100 printed labels can be automatically saved and reused
・ Data can be shared with other smart devices through email
Android 2.3 or later
Screen definition should be more than 800x480 pixels
*Note: More information about Epson iLabel and LabelWorks solutions is available on Epson’s website.
!!! Requires an 'USB OTG'-capable cellphone and an 'USB OTG' cable !!!
--- About ---
I've bought a Contour Roam helmet camera to easily and securely take fotos on the motorcycle while driving.
The camera's built-in clock stores each foto with the current timestamp (given it has accurately synchronized time) which I then can associate with the locations I visited using logs from my GPS or memorized or estimated times.
For one-day-trips that worked just fine, but after a several-day-trip I realized that the internal clock stops while charging the camera, resulting in discrepancies of several hours, growing each day.
Because I did not want to take my laptop with me on the bike, I wrote this synchronization app that can easily correct the clock on the camera after charging it in the evening, and since I assumed that other Roam-owners have the same problem...
If a different Contour camera also has this problem, do not hesitate to contact me and I will see what I can do.
I could only test it with a Contour Roam on a Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and I would be grateful for feedback about other devices.
This app is my first contribution to Android and actually I wrote it just for myself, so please be gentle with the rating. ;)
--- Usage ---
Connect the camera via the USB OTG-cable to the phone, so that you can access the file system on the camera via the phone.
Open the app, there you should see the difference between the current time and the time the camera's clock has been set to.
Press the 'sync' button, then the clock will be prepared correctly (plus a configured amount of seconds as an offset), but it is not yet set. You need to first disconnect the camera from your phone properly and turn it on (just for a few seconds), the best time to do the latter is when the difference between the current and the time in the camera reaches zero.
If your phone does not support USB OTG innately (what, unfortunately, only the fewest Android phones do), then you need to unlock it first and extend it with an appropriately expanded custom ROM (e.g. AOKP), or, easier, root it and extend it with a small utility such as Stick Mount by Chainfire.
If everything goes well, and you can access the filesystem of e.g. an USB-stick with your phone and a filemanager-app, then you're ready, and it will also work with your Contour Roam.
The app is not supposed to cause any problems, but if, by any unforeseen reasons, the configuration file of the camera should be damaged in any way, just delete the file from the camera and it will automatically create a fresh one the next time you power it up.
If data loss or file errors on the camera occur, then this is most probably not the fault of my app but the camera has probably been disconnected from the phone or a computer and to fix it the camera needs to be formatted or at least has to have a complete file system check!
Never pull a data carrier from your phone or computer without having it unmounted properly by software beforehand!
The brutest (but perfectly working) way I know is to turn off the phone/computer, and then remove the camera/USB-stick.
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Are you in the habit of forgetting what you promised your friends? Do you find yourself taken off guard and struggling to cover it up when they call?
With bytNotes, you can now be warned before you talk!
bytNotes is a simple notepad application with a very handy twist. It allows you to create notes and link them to multiple contacts from your address book. If any of these contacts call you or you call any of them, the related notes are displayed in an overlay for you to read before you start talking.
"What's worse than forgetting your friends' birthdays is talking to them on their birthday and having no clue!
bytNotes can save you the embarrassment by displaying birthday reminders whenever you call or receive a call from a friend on his birthday"
*Save all your friends' birthday dates in Google contacts for best results
bytNotes might conflict with other outgoing call interceptors such as Call Confirm. If you have such applications installed and you face weird behaviors while placing a call, you can just disable outgoing notifications from the settings menu. The incoming notifications will continue to work properly.
bytNotes is based on the android Notepad example and reuses android icons and widgets all of which are under the Apache License, Version 2.0. http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
Secure lock screens are great for privacy but they can also work against you in case your phone is lost or if you get yourself in an emergency situation.
misHaps gives you a way to display your contact information for whomever finds your phone as well as those of a person to reach in case of emergency, all while keeping the device securely locked.
misHaps is designed to be as non intrusive as possible. It will only show the above information if your device is locked and after a delay that you can set in the preferences. Adjust this delay to work best with your screen timeout settings and your phone usage habits.
misHaps is tested with your device’s stock lock screens. It will not work as intended with replacement lock screens.
Required Permission Explanation
Read phone state and identity: Required for misHaps to detect that the screen was turned on due to the phone ringing. The misHaps screen will not be shown in this case
Display System Level Alerts: Required for misHaps screen to display over the lockscreen
Retrieve running applications: Required for avoiding conflicts with other activities that can wake up the phone such as alarms and reminders
Automatically start at boot: Required for enabling the misHaps screen to display right after the device is restarted. This is critical in cases where the device is found with an empty battery or simply turned off
Clicking on a contact displays Android's Quick Contact widget for instant access to all available communication modes.
Match Call Log:
Makes mRC Widget (Most Recently Contacted) match the current state of the call log after clearing your phones's call log or deleting certain unwanted entries,
Clears all entries in mRC Widget. The most recently contacted list will automatically build again as you make or receive calls.
Now you can catch them red handed!
When armed, redHanded will silently start taking shots at predefined intervals through your mobile's front facing camera each time it's unlocked. The shots taken will be conveniently saved to your gallery with the current time-stamp allowing you to identify who was messing with your mobile and when.
If you are the one unlocking your phone while redHanded is armed, you can abort the shooting process by a quick shake of the mobile within a second of the unlock or anytime by accessing the app and entering your 4 digit code.
redHanded has two shooting modes:
This mode takes regular shots from the camera and produces better resolution images than the other mode.
However, on some mobiles, the shutter sound is impossible to mute rendering the application immediately noticeable.
Capture from Preview
This mode captures frames from the live preview of the camera. The resolution of the images taken depends on the supported preview sizes of your phone.
This option is guaranteed to be completely silent.
redHanded has been tested with default launcher only. It might not work properly with home replacement apps.
- The settings are disabled
- redhanded cannot be unarmed
- A single shot will be taken
- A toast will be displayed
- The shutter sound will not be muted