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Tilt sensor tester showing tilt SDK in HTC Touch Diamond

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9th July 2008, 09:49 AM   |  #1  
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Very Nice. Let the apps start rolling.
-Shake for answering calls.
-Scroll a web page or any other scrolling done by just tilting the gorgeous phone.
More ideas? Ill start posting and adding. So show your imagination boys!
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3. Mr. Stesa: Great "shake and wake" idea!!!!!
4. Public demand of a Gsensor calibrating tool.
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9th July 2008, 11:45 AM   |  #2  
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Very Nice. Let the apps start rolling.

yeah! I have ideas for games but unfortunatly not the possibilities to write the soft

Read this article for more information about the SDK:
http://msmobiles.com/news.php/7477.html
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Let's try this in VB.net, as soon as I manage to get it to work I will try to write some games (don't know if I can but I will try )
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I hope someone can create some kind of calibrating tool, mine needs to be calibrated really bad.
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I'm still working on a new app which uses the sensor, but it'll takes a bit time, until i can release it.

Until i released it, i don't tell you what app it is
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I'm still working on a new app which uses the sensor, but it'll takes a bit time, until i can release it.

Until i released it, i don't tell you what app it is

I'm really wait for your good try. Keep it on.
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ahaa.. godd news. v all r waiting.
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This really does allow developers to start making some killer apps for our diamon. Carnt wait to see what pops up over the next few weeks!!
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Hi I've a idea is:

1) When shake on vertical (UP => Down => UP) then LOCK the phone
2) When shake on horizontal (LEFT => RIGHT => LEFT) then UNLOCK the phone

I think this is so cool when you use the phone ^_^
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So, here is my app: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=406769

@Wolfblood: I can do this, if i have time, because it is not so different than my new app. Instead of changing the profile, i would change the lock status.

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