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  1.    #1  
    Trying to figure a few little things out in my "spare" time.



    MMS in Palm's threaded app:

    Quote Originally Posted by NightRaven View Post
    If you are on sprint, try these settings and let me know if they work.

    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Palm\Varnish\Messaging\General\IsVerizon=1

    Message Center number: Leave Blank
    Email Center Number: Leave Blank
    MMS Gateway Address: Leave Blank
    MMS URL: http://mms.sprintpcs.com/servlets/mms
    Network Profile: The Internet

    Then soft reset
    In addition to the key listed above, you need to change the following two keys:

    Code:
    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Palm\Varnish\Messaging\General\IsMMSSupported
    HKLM\SOFTWARE\Palm\Varnish\Messaging\General\ShowAdvancedPreferencesTab
    Both to 1.


    If it doesn't work, it's worth trying with the key IsVerizon set to 0.




    Bluetooth volume fix:

    Can someone post the values (all of them) from:
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume

    When they see their Bluetooth headset volume reset? I'm wondering if it's just a simple registry key, if so it'd be easy to make a MortScript that resets certain values.

    I'm also curious to see if adjusting the following key makes a difference in the volume of BT calls.

    "BTAudioCall"=14 (default is 9, TP is set to 14)



    Anyone wanna try and of these?
  2.    #2  
    I've already tested the MMS settings. Post to follow shortly....

    Still need someone with a bluetooth headset though.
  3. #3  
    I'll check out the BT settings once my headset charges up...but initially looking at the registry, my default BTAudioCall = 3....weird.

    I'll probably get to this later this evening or tomorrow.
  4. #4  
    The default is 6 and the maximum I saw was 15

    Here is with my headset first turned on.

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume]
    "BTAudioCall"=dword:0000000c
    "CarKitCall"=dword:99990000
    "HeadphoneCall"=dword:99990000
    "HeadsetCall"=dword:99990000
    "Key"=dword:00000000
    "LastAddSoundDir"="\\Windows"
    "ManagePageSettings"=hex:01,00,00,00,04,00,00,01,02,03,00,00,20,00,a0,00,36,00,\
    36,00,00,00,06,00
    "Mute"=dword:00000007
    "ReceiverCall"=dword:99990000
    "Ringer"=dword:00000005
    "Screen"=dword:00010000
    "SpeakerCall"=dword:99990000
    "System"=dword:ffffffff
    "Volume"=dword:99999999

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\ChargerConnectSound]
    "File"="ChargerConnect.wav"

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\ChargerDisconnectSound]
    "File"="ChargerDisconnect.wav"

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\SDInsertSound]
    "File"="SdInsert.wav"

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\SDRemoveSound]
    "File"="SdRemove.wav"


    _______________________________________________________

    After I turned the volume to maximum during a call.

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume]
    "BTAudioCall"=dword:0000000f
    "CarKitCall"=dword:99990000
    "HeadphoneCall"=dword:99990000
    "HeadsetCall"=dword:99990000
    "Key"=dword:00000000
    "LastAddSoundDir"="\\Windows"
    "ManagePageSettings"=hex:01,00,00,00,04,00,00,01,02,03,00,00,20,00,a0,00,36,00,\
    36,00,00,00,06,00
    "Mute"=dword:00000007
    "ReceiverCall"=dword:99990000
    "Ringer"=dword:00000005
    "Screen"=dword:00010000
    "SpeakerCall"=dword:99990000
    "System"=dword:ffffffff
    "Volume"=dword:99999999

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\ChargerConnectSound]
    "File"="ChargerConnect.wav"

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\ChargerDisconnectSound]
    "File"="ChargerDisconnect.wav"

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\SDInsertSound]
    "File"="SdInsert.wav"

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume\SDRemoveSound]
    "File"="SdRemove.wav"
  5.    #5  
    Quote Originally Posted by Painter_ View Post
    The default is 6 and the maximum I saw was 15

    Here is with my headset first turned on.

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume]
    "BTAudioCall"=dword:0000000c

    _______________________________________________________

    After I turned the volume to maximum during a call.

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Volume]
    "BTAudioCall"=dword:0000000f
    That answer's my question as to what's changing. So yours went from 12 to 15? Hmm, that seems weird...


    Someone want to try this MortScript? If you have MortScript installed, you should be able to just download, copy to your device, and run.

    It is not tested, so use at your own risk.... (etc etc etc)


    What the script does:

    Basically run once a second, and if the volume is less than 15 it increases it to 15. It's not particularly efficient (running once a second isn't really good), but it should do as a simple test.

    Anyway, to test it, just run the script (make sure you clear the message that tells you it's running) and then see if the bluetooth volume gets set to a higher volume without you having to do it manually. You can also try manually lowering the volume and see if it gets reset back to 15.
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  6.    #6  
    Bump. Anyone test that yet?
  7. #7  
    I was hoping someone else would, but ill test it now
  8. #8  
    Here's what I tested...

    Using my mono bluetooth headset, im streaming a radio station thru TCMP.

    Im switching my audio over to BT using the BT toggle, and everytime it switches it resets the volume. Works the same as before I installed the .mscr.

    How do I remove it?
  9.    #9  
    There's nothing to remove, a soft reset will stop the script from running.

    So just so I have this straight, when you switch to BT, the volume is at the minimum.

    Can you try running the script, switching to BT, and then adjusting the volume once? It may be that you need to trigger the program to check the volume setting in order to set it to maximum. So it wouldn't be a perfect fix, but it'd let you set the volume to max with one key press instead of several.....
  10. #10  
    nope doesn't work that way either

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