My Mobile Applications

, posted: 5-May-2006 04:44

I've written a couple of applications for Windows Mobile Pocket PC and it seems they are actually useful to the odd person or two.

Unfortunately the site where I host them is a little bit "broken" at the moment and I haven't had time to fix it.  Thus - if you are looking for the download links and cant find them - thats why.

So - for your convenience (should you be looking for said applications) you'll find them here:

Obviously the next question is - what do they do?

Voice Enable allows you to change the default behaviour of the voice button on the iMate K-Jam and Jasjar to support Microsoft Voice Command instead of the built in Voice Tagging application.  IMPORTANT: No support or warranties are given - so dont ask Wink

Topical Bible is an application for recording notes in a heirarcical and topical manner.  I wrote this because ts often useful to record thoughts this way when you are thinking through a biblical subject.

Enjoy!



K-Jam - switch off update

, posted: 8-Mar-2006 21:00

Since my last post on the subject I've found that the five second turn off your K-Jam is not perculiar to AKU2, but seems to have been there from the start.

We tested it today on a collegues K-Jam and it worked there too - pre AKU2.

Cool.



AKU 2 on K-Jam - really turn off your KJam

, posted: 7-Mar-2006 13:53

I really need yet another blog to maintain... but I'll keep this one focused on mobile stuff since its something I love and seems appropriate for Geekzone. I found out yesterday that you can really turn off the iMate K-Jam by holding down the power button for five seconds. When you hold down the power button you now get a prompt telling you that you may lose information, answering yes shuts off the device completely meaning the device will go through a cold boot when it starts up. Interesting. This brings the Pocket PC Power functionality a little closer to that of the smartphone.



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Software on my Pocket PC

Laridian Pocket Bible
SPB AirIslands
Ilium eWallet
Ilium ListPro

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