Slide Helper for Nokia N95

Slide Helper for Nokia N95Hangup at the closing of sliders
Finishes conversation at closing the slider. The standard software of N95 has no such function.
There is a possibility not to finish conversation when headset is connected.

Lock keypad at the closing of sliders
N95 blocks the keyboard after a small pause that is not always convenient. This function blocks the keyboard immediately and without additional questions.

Shutting down the screen lights at the closing of sliders
This function turn off screen light immediatelty when the slider is closed.

Blocking screensaver at the opening of sliders
This function forbids start of a screensaver and backlight switching-off at opened slider.

Callback with selected key
By pressing of the chosen button during an entering call, phone will hangup a call and will start to call back.

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Published on 17.09.2008 in Symbian Freeware Blog

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Posted by Alican on Tuesday, December 30, 2014 07:17
I just wanted to say that I aertpciape the commitment to opensource that nokia has, and I'm sure it's the right way to go!I feel bad when I see all this angry users, when you just try to do the best for everybody,( I hope :) ). But I partly understand them; everyone just want to have the latest 'blink' on there device.It's like with ubuntu; When a new version comes out, everybody do the upgrade. Not only new computers, also the very old ones, and they also try to make the best for the old ones.So maybe you should consider for the next release to make just one version of the core compontents(the opensource part) and then just add the closed source parts; and brand it IT2007-N800 and IT2007-770. I think it's easier to maintain, because you only have to debug one version. Debian/ubuntu people handle different platforms; they compile it for i386 and AMD64, with the right optimalisation for each platform?
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