I have an e72 and I am looking for an app or a combination of apps that can serve this pupose:
Use the 'voice command' button for locking unlocking the keypad.
For me the thing that bugs me most is locking/unlocking the keypad and voice command button (button inbetween volume up/down) is worthless... So I would like a way to use the button to lock unlock the keypad with this button. I have magic keys and re-assign it to anything I want however it can only assign single keycodes to other keys. I was hoping maybe it could assign 2 keys to a single keystroke however it cannot. Can ANYONE think of a way I can make that useless button the key lock/unlock button?
hi vim , welcome to sf I did release that app before an accident so yes . It is online , but I don't have the source anymore . I'll have to do it from scratch . Pm me so we can get your voice command key into shylock(that's the app's name . You should be able to find it easily through google though it will not use your voice command key . I'll just have to modify it a little bit ) .
I am afraid I do not know the format of the keymap for nokia phones. The python script 'keycodes' shows nothing for the voice command button. However the program 'magickeys' shows 242 for the button. Is this what you need to know?
Also from reading about shylock I see that it was written in python? Would you ever consider releasing your source??
Probably not gonna be a problem if you have a dev cert. Been in pm with aloy and between us (him doin all the genius work, and me givin him info he needs) we should have an app soon for you, we'll keep you posted here though
Hi again Vim Yes it's a python app . And open source is definitely the path to it . But that is not yet . Reasons: Firstly , I'm a hobby coder , not a professional one . I do shabby not so easy to read coding which is so horribly muddled up that it will as it is not be usable to other developers looking at it as a medium of learning . So , my plan for going open source is simple: 1. Code an app whatever way you want . 2. Fix bugs and add features which most people request 3. Fix the code and make it reader-friendly so that people who aren't well versed with this stuff can get their way around easily . 4. Add comments explaining what I'm doing . 5. Go , get it online . It's open source now .
But stage 2 will take maximum time . Hope you understand . And yes , an un-hacked phone is just fine since you have a dev cert . But you know , leaving my own app aside , hacking your phone is gonna do you a lot of good since many apps do require more capabilities , so it's better to hack it . Nonetheless , shylock2 will not require a hacked phone .