In extremely cold weather or abnormal temperature conditions your phone might not function like it normally should. If you are operating your phone in extreme cold conditions the touchpad of your phone may not react as it would under normal conditions. Any effect to the usage of the touchpad may therefore be caused due the impact of the surrounding environment.
In order to avoid any inconvenience or interruption to the usage of your device, ZTE will provide a user friendly solution to ensure the usability of your device.
This app solves typical touchpad problems through the calibration of the settings on your phone which are then adapted to a lower temperature environment.
All settings are done automatically, one need only install and execute the app on your phone.
Place your phone on an isolated desk (lay some non conducting material between your phone and the desk) then execute the application. While the process is ongoing please keep a certain distance between yourself and the device in order to avoid any unwanted influence during the calibration. The process will take only a few seconds. Once completed you may then return to main home screen and start using your phone normally.
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This app allows you to connect to your bluetooth module, test its stable connection with module and send X and Y co-ordinates of point of touch on screen when your are connected to your bluetooth module.
You can follow the link bellow to understand how to use the app and how its sends the data:
What’s in the app:
The app would mainly be having two functions provided to you by two separate windows (i.e. activities).
The app has these menu items in the menu list. Which are as follows:
This would give you a pop-up window with the list of paired Bluetooth devices. And once you touch any one paired device it would try to establish connection with that device.
This would disconnection your smartphone from the already connected Bluetooth device.
3. “Control Bot”
When you are connected to a device it would give full screen Touch Interface for sending the coordinates where your finger touches the screen.
Using the app:
*First of all you need to make sure you have paired the Bluetooth device you wish to get connected to, as the app can connect only to the list of paired devices.
• As the app is started it looks if you have or haven’t enabled Bluetooth on your smartphone. If it’s found disabled you are presented with a request dialogue to enable it, if you reject that request the app automatically exits itself out.
• When the Bluetooth is enabled the first window will show you your connection status and “Test Connection” button on screen.
• For making connection to your Bluetooth device (i.e. Bluetooth module) you need to open the menu list of app and select the option connect. Once you choose that option you will be given pop-out dialog view of the list of paired devices. Select the name of your Bluetooth device to establish connection.
• Once you have established a connection successfully between your smartphone and the module. The mac address and the name of the device you are connected would be displayed on screen.
• Now you could press the “Test Connection” button to see if your module is receiving the data correctly.
• If your connection is working completely fine. Then you can open the touch interface by selecting the “Control Bot” option from the list of menu items.
• Once the touch interface appears on your screen you can calibrate your bot with the corresponding data received through your touch events.
• Once you are done with the calibration. Next thing to do is
LET THE GAME BEGIN…!!
Understanding how the app sends data:
The app send data in form array of byte (i.e. for the geeks byte )
Once you have established a successful connection.
The test button would send the data “#XY”. (Actual data send would be the byte type cast of each character i.e. the ASCII code of the each character)
While you are on the Full screen Touch Interface your screen is supposed to be a 2-D plane divided in 100 units in both the x-direction and y-direction. And the app sends data to corresponding x and y corresponding in the following format.
If the X and Y coordinates of your finger on the screen are respectively 20 and 40.The data send would be three bytes as follows:
1. First byte would be byte having value 101.
2. Second byte would be of value 20 representing the x-coord.
3. Third byte would be of value 40 representing the y-coord.
And you will receive the byte variables
101 (indicating the start),
20 (X-coordinate value) and
40 (Y-coordinate value)
one by one.
You will find this app useful if u seek:
Bluetooth Serial Port Profile
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This app measures the speed of a moving object by touch like a velocimeter.
Usage is easy: To measure the speed, input the closest distance to the target, and touch the screen following target. Please measure the target distance in advance with a range finder tool(e.g. Smart Distance, Smart Measure).
If the result is not accurate, you can calibrate your device with the [Speed Calibration].
* Do you want more tools?
Get [Smart Distance Pro]
For more information, see the manual, Youtube video and the blog. Thank you.
The app shows your actual battery status, and only allows you to start the calibration when it's fully charged.
It may also fix battery widget problems.
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Use this lifelike pocket scale app on your phone to simulate weighing objects!
This is a prank/gag app to rig the weighing of objects on a touch screen device. There are truly many uses for a pocket scale app! Supports both grams and ounces!
Reacts to the touching pressure on your phone's screen to display weight on a lifelike LCD screen - also works with multi-touch!
Calibration of the weight sensor is possible in the settings menu.
Supply a preset weight in the settings menu to rig measurements and trick your friends and family. Simulate weighing anything on your phone or tablet in both ounces and grams, e.g.: cannabis, weed, cocaine or jewelry. Be careful not to put something too heavy on your phone / tablet's screen or to scratch it!
* Can install to SD Card on Android 2.0
* Calibrate touch pressure
* Supports Grams and Ounces
* Supports tables and Android 3.0 / Honeycomb
*Currently supports Samsung Galaxy Note (tested on N7000), Galaxy S2*
*THIS IS TRIAL VERSION!!! FULL VERSION REQUIRES REGISTRATION AND IS PAID*
NorthAmerican/AT&T Note users - see comment regarding kernel below!!!!
TouchScreenTune application allows you to fine-tune settings of phone's touchscreen and calibrate Pen cursor position for every screen orientation (portrait/landscape...). (S-pen calibration obviously works only for Note)
It allows to dramatically improve responsiveness and sensitivity of touchscreen.
If you are using screen protector on your phone, the application will allow to raise screen sensitivity, so there will be no responsiveness impact from using screen protector.
This application allows you to calibrate amount of touch movement, when actual reporting of scrolling starts. That allows more smooth feeling of the interaction with the touch screen.
Without this application you cannot precisely draw or click small items with Pen because it reports position incorrectly - few millimeters away from the actual touch point. But this application allows you to precisely calibrate position of Pen touch on the screen. (Galaxy Note only)
Some common problems:
When first starting there should be popup from SuperUser application with request to get Root access. Some people say that sometimes it doesn't appear. In that case try starting the SU program first, and then this application.
This application supports standard Samsung firmwares - with custom kernels it may not work (however I have successfully tested it with some custom kernels)
Custom kernels: app requires kernel with KALLSYMS, so ask developer of your kernel to include this in his config when building kernel: CONFIG_KALLSYMS=y, CONFIG_KALLSYMS_ALL=y
Known issues: if when first starting application it seems to be not responding, and dialog asking to force close app comes - choose wait. This should happen only on first run.
Calibration needs to be done after flashing a new ROM, but you can calibrate any time you think your battery is miscalibrated. This program does it by removing the batterystats.bin system file. The OS generates a new clean batterystats file soon, thus any fake information from the previous ROM is removed.
It's suggested, but not necessary, to let the phone fully discharge after calibration, then charged to 100% without break.
The app shows your actual battery status, and only allows you to start the calibration (i.e. removes the file) when it's fully charged, unless you force earlier calibration.
The voltage meter can be useful too. Full charge is around 4200mV.
There is an option to beep when 100% is reached so you don't have to closley follow the changes.
Battery Calibration also shows you some battery parameters like temperature, charge level, general condition, etc.
How should you use Battery Calibration? Here is some manual:
1) Charge your phone until the battery is 100% full.
2) Click 'Calibrate!' button.
3) Let the battery completely discharge.
4) Charge the battery once more to 100%.
Note that this free application is ad supported and may contain push notifications.
Now you can download version without advertisements:
To get the most out of your battery you should calibrate your device each time after installing a new ROM or when you notice it got decalibrated (which could happen after a few months).
This is the easiest way to calibrate your device: follow the steps on screen and you'll have your battery calibrated in no time!
Advanced users can access the menu to force a calibration.
This is a simple app for head mounted devices like the Durovis Dive (http://www.durovis.com) with adjustable lenses to set the perfect lens position.
Tested on a Google Nexus 4 with the OpenDive.
> App developers that the youth of Korea. (English is not very good)
> The effect of this app great. The reason for this is because your battery is now calibrated
> This app is the ability to recognize it batat.
> It connects to a translation error if the app, please use the feedback.
The language translation app
> 개발자 앱 더보기 -> More app developers
> 개발자 사이트 -> Developer's Website
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Satellite Director replaces all of that. See tips to success below !!!
Just enable the GPS in your phone or enter your GPS location, select the desired TV satellite and point your phone to the sky to target (find) the TV satellite. You have found the satellite when the white ball is in the white circle and the cyan ball is in the cyan circle. Align, in azimuth, the offset arm of the satellite dish to the cyan arrow on the phones display and the satellite dish is aligned in azimuth with the satellite.
Selectable audio tone, camera preview, continuous mode (no pause), color pickers or a user defined satellite position may make it easier for you to find the desired TV satellite.
The satellite list contains 280 satellites.
Optional you can take a photo (resized)/screenshot by touching on the director tab. The photo/screenshot is ONLY stored on the phones memory card.
Optional: you can get an indication when you are to close to iron (dish/pole) in the form of an green/yellow/red bar.
Warning: The compass of your phone can get inaccurate because it is affected by magnetic fields or because it is weakened by age. Calibrating the compass may not help.
This app is add-free!
Satellite positions are derived from Agi's database. Some positions may seem not accurate (example: Hispasat 30°w is at 29.96°w in the satellite list) but they are very accurate.
New phones with Android 4: in case of a wrong compass reading the "Settings" screen has options to correct the compass readings !!!!
The market page may state this app is compatible with your device but I have learned that that is not always the case. The only sensor you need is orientation (compass). Use app "Sensor List" to verify that your device has it.
PRECISION DEPENDS ON THE QUALITY OF YOUR HARDWARE.
Metal objects can cause interferences.
Previous versions avialable from my website.
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3 tips to success:
1- do NOT go to close to the iron dish, lnb arm or pole (keep at least 30 cm distance)
2- calibrate the compass of the phone by waving it in a figure 8 before you start
3- optional: calibrate the compass of the phone by rolling your phone along its length axis about 2-3 turns (works on some phones)