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FUN STUFF: A Thermometer for your Smartphone
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 06.08.03 - 13:54:13 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 11619x
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While it is incredible hot here in Europe (up to around 40 °C/100 °F) Xetra, the developer of Xbar had a great idea - using the Battery as a Thermometer!

It shows you the current battery temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit and while this might be relative inexact as long as you hold the Smartphone in your hands its working not that bad if you put it for a while onto a table:

Above you see the difference between my office (34 °C - ouch :o) and after 5 minutes in the sun 40 °C.

Cheers ~ Arne

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Posted by Holger on 07.08.03 - 16:10:12

It's only for smartphones, right? Because it starts on a XDA but does not show the temperature (always 0 C)

Posted by Arne Hess on 07.08.03 - 16:16:34

Either you should check your air con or it isn't working on other devices then the Smartphone... ;-)

No, it's for the Smartphone only not for Pocket PCs or Pocket PC Phone Edition

Posted by on 10.09.03 - 00:22:54

Does anyone know of another mirror of this file? please post here / email me

Posted by Graeme Evans on 10.09.03 - 00:26:09

regrets posting his email address not his name :$ oh well lol

Posted by Graeme Evans on 10.09.03 - 00:32:27

http://.../ found a mirror

Posted by ASD on 06.06.04 - 19:46:08

[5] i can not DL

Posted by Arne Hess on 06.06.04 - 19:53:23

[6] The new link to DL it is here now:

as Graeme Evans already posted in the comment.

Posted by nn on 11.06.05 - 13:19:43

works fine on i-mate jam

Posted by Arne Hess on 11.06.05 - 19:06:07

You run it on your i-mate JAM Pocket PC and it shows you the "proper" temperature?

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