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22nd May 2012, 06:11 PM |#791  
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Disable Vibration of the 3 Buttons (Start/Back/Search)
Go to this key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\OEM\KeyState]
Then add this value: "application_btn_vibrate3"=dword:1
to add the value, go to settings in registry editor in the described directory and choose "new value"

valuename: application_btn_vibrate3
value data: 1
value type: Dword


This will disable the vibration for the three touch keys ( back,home,search) and increase the battery life significantly.... If u want the vibration back then just change the value to 0


Taken from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...02&postcount=1
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22nd May 2012, 10:28 PM |#792  
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Originally Posted by vova1609

You will can listen to radio without headphones

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[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Widcomm\FM]
"AntennaType"=dword:1
Please add it to the 1st post

Tried this tweak but I heard only noise...
23rd May 2012, 03:35 AM |#793  
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Originally Posted by lordmago

Tried this tweak but I heard only noise...

of course unless you live really close to a broadcasting station !!

the headphones are there for a purpose as they act as the antenna as well for the radio to work. Simply disabling the option doesnt mean it will work as well. This is the reason y this option by default is inactive because OEMs know that it just wont be that pleasant experience.
27th May 2012, 06:19 AM |#794  
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GWES power off
GWES is the shell that control windows in Windows Mobile. Turning it off will somewhat save some power, although not much however slowing down the PDA by certain degree.

add this new entry in registry
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\ DisableGwesPowerOff = 0
27th May 2012, 06:58 AM |#795  
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Magpir, very useful tweak. Especially for the devices with 32 Mb ROM and 32 Mb RAM.
What is the aim of re-posting old tweaks from WM 5.0 and 6.0 here without even changing one letter? This was applicable for CE 5.2 and lower as an invitation "Welcome back to Pocket PC 2002"...
Do you understand what does this registry setting mean?
GwesPowerOffSystem function puts the system into a SUSPEND state.
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Originally Posted by msdn

A key feature provided by Windows CE is support for "instant-on". This is accomplished through support for the SUSPEND state. When a device enters this state, all programs stay in memory and simply freeze. This allows the system to turn on very quickly when the user hits the power button, or when some other wake up event occurs. In the basic power management model, applications get no warning that the system is going to enter SUSPEND mode, although, as will be detailed shortly, some device drivers do get notified. The Windows CE .NET Power Manager changes that by allowing applications to receive notifications of changes in the status of system power.

If you want so badly to save power of your device even by slowing it down completely - stop copypasting old jokes and just remove battery from your phone!
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27th May 2012, 09:44 AM |#796  
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One of the headache after having hard reset is the filecount for images is reset to 0 and causing to have to deal with dupe names...
Goto current user\Software\Microsoft\Camera

and change the displaysequencenumber key to the the number you want to start from.. say you have 510 photos already then input 511 for it to resume from there.
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27th May 2012, 02:17 PM |#797  
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Originally Posted by AndrewSh

If you want so badly to save power of your device even by slowing it down completely - stop copypasting old jokes and just remove battery from your phone!

Let's begin with the fact that WP7 doesn't read this value at all Placebo effect rocks!
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29th May 2012, 02:03 PM |#798  
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Originally Posted by backlashsid

Go to this key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\OEM\KeyState]
Then add this value: "application_btn_vibrate3"=dword:1
to add the value, go to settings in registry editor in the described directory and choose "new value"

valuename: application_btn_vibrate3
value data: 1
value type: Dword


This will disable the vibration for the three touch keys ( back,home,search) and increase the battery life significantly.... If u want the vibration back then just change the value to 0


Taken from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...02&postcount=1

This tweak doesn't work on my Omnia 7. Does someone have a solution for this?
29th May 2012, 03:30 PM |#799  
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Originally Posted by luckyyyyyy6

This tweak doesn't work on my Omnia 7. Does someone have a solution for this?

Only thing I can think of is make sure it is set as a DWORD.
30th May 2012, 08:37 PM |#800  
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-Enable Dolby Mobile in HTC Sound
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[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/HTC/APP_CUST/SoundEnhancer/IsDolbyDisabled]

does not show in registry along with some others?
31st May 2012, 02:59 PM |#801  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by backlashsid

Go to this key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\OEM\KeyState]
Then add this value: "application_btn_vibrate3"=dword:1
to add the value, go to settings in registry editor in the described directory and choose "new value"

valuename: application_btn_vibrate3
value data: 1
value type: Dword


This will disable the vibration for the three touch keys ( back,home,search) and increase the battery life significantly.... If u want the vibration back then just change the value to 0


Taken from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...02&postcount=1

Doesnt work on 1st gen focus 1.3 , I dont really care about saving the battery so much , but the vibrating keys are annoying ,if I knew where I could adjust the vibrations settings would be enough!
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