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  1. dobro

    dobro Lurker

    So I'm guessing you didn't send it Musky? Hope not....it's not fast at all, maybe 15wpm or so, but it's bad code. Particularly the second group...

    73 de Lee, AA4GA
     



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  2. NoShftShck16

    NoShftShck16 Android Enthusiast

    Really? I wish it actually said something. Like "you've got a text"
     
  3. winespectator

    winespectator Newbie

    I must know.. how often do you use morse code?
     
  4. NoShftShck16

    NoShftShck16 Android Enthusiast

    a lot more if i had this app

    see above, i have had to use it before
     
  5. albnyblows

    albnyblows Newbie

    -- --- .-. ... . / -.-. --- -.. . / .. ... / .-- --- .-. - .... .-.. . ... ...
     
  6. Mr. Boom

    Mr. Boom Android Enthusiast

    I think an app that sends morse code from the led, directly from what you type into the keypad, and that same app could then read the morse code from others, using the camera, and displays the words on the screen.

    I would buy THAT APP!
     
  7. NoShftShck16

    NoShftShck16 Android Enthusiast

    I submitted it to the dev section, i posted the link above in the thread somewhere


    oh yeah and to albnyblows .. / -.-. .- -. / ..- ... . / .- / - .-. .- -. ... .-.. .- - --- .-. / - --- ---
     
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  8. Mr. Boom

    Mr. Boom Android Enthusiast


    Ha ha, i never even clicked on that link! Great minds.....
     
  9. Musky

    Musky Android Expert

    Nope, downloaded it from Zedge ringtones :)
     
  10. rileyra

    rileyra Member

    i dunno how you guys can tell the beeps apart, it all sounds like ... to me
     
  11. Nsane1

    Nsane1 Member

    I just found out that I now have an HTC Flashlight. That's bad ass. I guessed this came with Froyo as I never open my app drawer so I had no clue.
     
  12. CameronCrazy

    CameronCrazy Member

    Just fyi, now that we have 2.2, anyone using the SwitchPro Widget can now put the flashlight toggle on the widget. It would not work before and I imagine that it works with other similar apps.
     
  13. callmeox

    callmeox Android Enthusiast

    It's like any foreign language. You need to be able to "feel" the rhythm of the sender/speaker in order to hear the code. If you don't understand Spanish, it sounds like one long string of jibberish with no pauses. Same goes for code.

    Since morse code uses a fraction of the bandwidth of voice, it is better suited for long distance radio communications than voice.

    I'm a no code Tech, but I appreciate the guys who work the code keys.
     
  14. breznou

    breznou Member

    I am not if this was mentioned but LEDstrodeGEE works great, it has a up arrow to make it strobe faster and a.down arrow to make it strobe slower. I love this app. I found it in the market and i am unrooted. hope this helps anyone. Cheers.
     
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  16. highvolts

    highvolts Well-Known Member

    GUYS!!! I found an app that does this!

    SMS Message!!! You type a message and hit send. The person across the park gets the message and sends you one back and it appears on your screen!!!!!!
     
  17. Musky

    Musky Android Expert

    DRINK MORE OVALTINE? What are you, stuck in the sixties? :D
     
  18. Lifeguard17

    Lifeguard17 Member


    There are some of us who actually still use Morse Code EVERY DAY!
    AND while Sam Morse may never have carried a Smart Phone his creation has saved millions of lives, advanced electronics in ways that can never measured and ultimatly allowed for the tellicommunication system we have today. Here is to CW!
    .... . .-. . .. ... - --- -- --- .-. ... . -.-. --- -.. . -- .- -.-- - .... . -.-. --- -.. . .-.. .. ...- . --- -. ..-. --- .-. . ...- . .-.
     
  19. Musky

    Musky Android Expert

    "Here is to morse code may the code live on forever" :)
     
  20. Lifeguard17

    Lifeguard17 Member


    did you cheat or do you know cw?
     
  21. Musky

    Musky Android Expert

    I'm a man of many talents! :D

    Got my ham license back when you had to know code to pass the test :)

    Long live the ARRL!
     
  22. Lifeguard17

    Lifeguard17 Member

    I'm impressed! Not totally surprised someone got it quick. I became a ham when we had to learn the code as well. Still have the ARRL practice tapes..! wow.. now I feel old! LOL
     
  23. Musky

    Musky Android Expert

    Yes, I made the mistake of "memorizing" the code, so I never could get my speed high enough to pass my General test. I ended up with a "tech" license, which I haven't used for forty years. And yes, we really date ourselves! LOL :)
     
  24. YamiYaiba

    YamiYaiba Well-Known Member

    <<removed because i"m an idiot today>>
     
  25. Mr. Boom

    Mr. Boom Android Enthusiast

    I think you posted in the wrong thread. That may be why you think this is off topic.
     
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