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    Good one Hexie! Thanks for your efforts, TreoProc has been really helpful to me already. For what I want in such an app, its perfect.
    geoff

    Treo 650 1.20 LAP.
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    Hi all!

    I would like some feedback on my first two Palm applications, especially TreoProc, since I plan to put it up for sale (already on MobiHand).

    • Is nobody using it? (that's possible...)
    • Does it cause crashes or freezes? (it, shouldn't)
    • Does it interfere with other software? (that's possible, but which software?)
    • Does it lack important features? (maybe the jazzy stuff)
    • Is it too-little-too-late, now that 680 is out?

    I am kind of disappointed by the complete lack of interest in the two utilities. Other than TRgEOff, nobody seems enthusiastic about them.
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    I love to try this, but it says incompatible with my Treo-680.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idian View Post
    I love to try this, but it says incompatible with my Treo-680.
    Ok, I made an Alpha Build of TreoProc. Try it and leave feedback here.

    - mvk
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    Ok, I made an Alpha Build of TreoProc. Try it and leave feedback here.

    - mvk
    Cannot test. The "Enable TreoProc" cannot be selected
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    RTFM!

    See: http://www.swCP3.com/TreoProc/TreoProc_User_Manual.html

    All the instructions are there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    RTFM! .
    ???

    There is no need to be rude here, a simple read the manual will suffice.
    Futhermore, the SMS on call "Ignore" and "Missed call" does not work, the Treo-680 said it is sending sms, but the receiving phone never receive the sms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idian View Post
    There is no need to be rude here, a simple read the manual will suffice.
    RTFM = Read The Fine Manual? Just because it is 4-letter word, it is rude?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    RTFM = Read The Fine Manual? Just because it is 4-letter word, it is rude?
    No, it's the exclamation mark after the 4 letter word that is rude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idian View Post
    No, it's the exclamation mark after the 4 letter word that is rude.
    Ok.

    When the Send SMS window pops-up, does it display the incoming phone number? After that does it display "Message Sent" or "SMS Error"?
    • SMSs may take some time to be delivered (they may not be delivered immediately).
    • How about the SIM lock function?
    - mvk
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    RTFM = Read The Fine Manual? Just because it is 4-letter word, it is rude?
    most everyone i've ever observed in any internet forum (and in person) interprets the F in RTFM as f***ing, so that is quite rude. any developer who speaks like that to potential customers (even if the product is free!) will not get my business.

    edit: in fact, there's a wikipedia article about it - see it here. still think it's not rude?
    Last edited by r6girl; 01/21/2007 at 09:01 AM. Reason: added link
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    When the Send SMS window pops-up, does it display the incoming phone number? After that does it display "Message Sent" or "SMS Error"?
    Yes, it display the incoming number and yes it display "Message Sent", but no messages arrive.

    Yes, i agree it may take a while for messages to arrive, but when I test sending using the "Test" button on the TreoProc program, the message arrive instantly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idian View Post
    Yes, it display the incoming number and yes it display "Message Sent", but no messages arrive.

    Yes, i agree it may take a while for messages to arrive, but when I test sending using the "Test" button on the TreoProc program, the message arrive instantly.
    Use it for some time (just to see if it is an intermittant problem or there
    is a problem with the code).

    Since the "Test" works, that means that the SMS code is fine.

    - mvk
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    Hi all!

    I have made a new TreoProc build (1.4b1) that does away with all
    the SIM change checking code and relies entirely on the Treo phone
    library to detect a SIM change. (attached to this post). It is smaller
    and more efficient, and should also solve problems that many users
    are facing with "reading" the IMSI number and "registering" it.

    Users who have no trouble with v1.2 should not have to "upgrade"
    though it would be preferable.

    And this should work as expected w/ 600, 650, 700p and 680.

    However, you will need to DELETE any previous versions of TreoProc
    and its saved preferences else it will lock your Treo. The easiest way
    is to copy TreoProc to your device and use the [Home]->[Menu]->[Delete]
    to delete TreoProc. OR you can use SysTool to delete "TrPr"
    saved preferences before installing and configuring TreoProc 1.4b1.
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    Last edited by GreenHex; 01/30/2007 at 05:58 AM.
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    Ok can I hide my full name when responding?
    Also what if I check vs unchecked SMS on SIM Card?
    Sorry I am trying to understand your manual but is not clear to me.
    Right now I unchecked it, and all numbers are zero's.
    What number do I enter into there?
    When I try test it tries to dial all zeros.
    I tried the lookup and it took me to my contacts list.
    Is this also called Messaage Center Number?

    Please bare with me I'm new at some of this stuff.
    Again nice idea.
    Thanks
    Last edited by n0m0n; 01/30/2007 at 10:47 AM.
    JW
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    Quote Originally Posted by n0m0n View Post
    Ok can I hide my full name when responding?
    Also what if I check vs unchecked SMS on SIM Card?
    Sorry I am trying to understand your manual but is not clear to me.
    Right now I unchecked it, and all numbers are zero's.
    What number do I enter into there?
    When I try test it tries to dial all zeros.
    I tried the lookup and it took me to my contacts list.
    Is this also called Messaage Center Number?

    Please bare with me I'm new at some of this stuff.
    Again nice idea.
    Thanks
    If "SMS on SIM Change" is checked, then your FRIEND will get an SMS with the replaced (maybe changed by somebody who finds the lost Treo) SIM details. You can call back, or approach the carrier or law-enforcement autorities with this information. (The carrier, incidentally, already has this information, once the SIM is changed and the phone is powered on, but this SMS will inform you).

    The ZEROs should be replaced with your FRIEND's number that can reliably receive an SMS, who in-turn should inform you (hopefully, you will have told them of the possibility of receiving such an SMS).

    Hope the above explanation helps. Write back in case you have any trouble.

    - mvk

    Edit: DO NOT confuse all of the above with the Message Center Number. You are not requried to mess with that. Also, I did not understand your first question: "can I hide my full name when responding?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHex View Post
    If "SMS on SIM Change" is checked, then your FRIEND will get an SMS with the replaced (maybe changed by somebody who finds the lost Treo) SIM details. You can call back, or approach the carrier or law-enforcement autorities with this information. (The carrier, incidentally, already has this information, once the SIM is changed and the phone is powered on, but this SMS will inform you).

    The ZEROs should be replaced with your FRIEND's number that can reliably receive an SMS, who in-turn should inform you (hopefully, you will have told them of the possibility of receiving such an SMS).

    Hope the above explanation helps. Write back in case you have any trouble.

    - mvk

    Edit: DO NOT confuse all of the above with the Message Center Number. You are not requried to mess with that. Also, I did not understand your first question: "can I hide my full name when responding?"
    The first question is:
    Can I change or hide my name?
    I tried to call my TREO with my Blackberry to see what would happen.
    I received the message but my full name was sent as the sender.
    I like to make my initials appear vs full first and last name.

    As to your input.
    I still dont understand.
    I miss a call and my TREO sends out this "Sorry I missed your call"message.

    Am I to get a message back or is another person to get a message?
    I dont understand what # should be in if any.
    Thanks
    JW
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    Quote Originally Posted by n0m0n View Post
    The first question is:
    Can I change or hide my name?
    I tried to call my TREO with my Blackberry to see what would happen.
    I received the message but my full name was sent as the sender.
    I like to make my initials appear vs full first and last name.

    As to your input.
    I still dont understand.
    I miss a call and my TREO sends out this "Sorry I missed your call"message.

    Am I to get a message back or is another person to get a message?
    I dont understand what # should be in if any.
    Thanks
    Ok... it is like this. TreoProc is primarily a SECURITY application.

    BUT

    TreoProc has two functions:

    1) To send an SMS to the caller for Missed and Ignored calls. The SMS will be the text you enter in the "MSG:" field.

    2) To send an SMS to a FRIEND in case the SIM card is replaced. This is the security aspect of TreoProc. (A thief would first discard your SIM and put his own, and in case he does not do that, you can call your own phone)

    Function (1) can be viewed as a decoy to twart nosy thiefs, though it works very nicely by itself.

    Regards your question about displaying the Caller ID, TreoProc has nothing to do with that as it is displayed by the Treo native phone application.

    TreoProc also DOES NOT have any have functionality (currently) to parse either your or your caller's name etc. (maybe in a future release, depending on how well TreoProc is accepted by the community).

    - mvk
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    Ok thanks
    Now for hopefully my last question.
    I am noticing that when I miss a call my TREO resets itself, and then locks up upon trying to log back onto the network.

    What to do?


    I have now found that it only seem s to happen when the TREO is in its cradle charging.
    So recap:
    1. If I get a call while in the cradle the phone resets itself instead of sending a SMS.
    If I leave it in the cradle it locks up upon trying to log onto the network.
    2. SMS will not send if I leave phone in the cradle, but all works (or seems to for now) when the phone is out of the cradle.

    Still think this is a nice little app.
    Thanks
    JW
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