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Hello,
I was wondering if anyone knew what this usage tool on the picture was:
its where the GPRS [G] Icon is in the middle of the screen.



It looks like it records how much data you use. I'd find it very useful.

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Likewise, this would be useful for me too. Shame it isn't included in the Battery Status counters.
 
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Hello,
I was wondering if anyone knew what this usage tool on the picture was:
its where the GPRS [G] Icon is in the middle of the screen.

It looks like it records how much data you use. I'd find it very useful.

Neil.
Yes, you can find more info on http://www.efficasoft.com/gprsmonitor.html

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BTW, i only put "GPRS traffic monitor" in google, and the first link take me to the correct site
 
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I searched for windows mobile usage, bandwidth usage, today plug in bandwidth monitor and a few combinations.
but not hits.

http://www.efficasoft.com/gprsmonitorppc.html

is the link for PPC devices - thanks for your help
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From the same screenshot, can anyone tell me what the gradient-coloured battery bars are at the top of the display?

I use batti which looks similar but is one colour only - this looks a bit nicer...anyone know what it is?

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From the same screenshot, can anyone tell me what the gradient-coloured battery bars are at the top of the display?

I use batti which looks similar but is one colour only - this looks a bit nicer...anyone know what it is?

Cheers,
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Here is the Battery meter that is on top. Not sure what the other meter below it references...would like to find out.

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That's the one

Thanks man

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It looks like it records how much data you use. I'd find it very useful.
Spb also has a GPRS Traffic Monitor here.
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