Development package for TTG.
Handles states "boot", "suspend" and "resume" so a programmer doesn't have to handle them himself.
This is the base of all my projects, it provides an easy platform to develope software for TomTom Go. It handles the three possible state-changes, which are "boot", "suspend" and "resume". When you first switch on your TomTom or after having ejected the SD-Card, it comes up showing the two TomTom-Hands and emits a sound. This is boot-time, where all necessary data is loaded from the SD-Card. Later, the uploaded software is used, that is the cause why your TomTom comes up much faster when you switch it on the second time. To do this, your TomTom does not really poweroff when you switch it off but "suspends", something like "save all data in memory and go to sleep". When you then press the switch to "restart" it, it just moves the data back and starts where it suspended. When you are programming using ExecutionHelper you can just throw your programme (sh/ash/perl/whatever installed) into the "execute"-directory and it will automatically be started on boot, suspend and resume, with the parameter "BOOT", "SUSPEND" or "RESUME". Very easy...
This is a tool that automatically switches from Daycolors to Nightcolors and back, depending on the height of the sun over the horizon. It uses a formula to calculate the real and nearly correct (about +- 2 minutes) sunrise- and sunset-times depending on your current position and the day of the year. Bases on ExecutionHelper. Does not work with firmware 6.560 but fine with prior ones like the 6.150!
Silence is a Voice that says nothing. But why not just set the volume to zero? Because I still want to be warned when coming near a POI... Why not use the other Silence-Voice floating in the Internet? Mine ist small and the samples are short. The one I downloaded and tried first was about 700KB and sometimes I had to wait several seconds for my POI-Warning to come through because of a "Please turn left then turn right the second possibility"-Silence...:(
With FuelControl you can monitor your fuel consumption by entering your driven distance (kilometers, miles, whatever) and refilled fuel (liters, gallons, ...) and paid money at a fillingstation, it saves the values in a file and tells you your averages, mins and maxs. You can enter the the size of your fuel tank and it can tell (approximately!) you how much longer you can drive 'till your running out of gas. The actual version should work on ALL TomTom-PNAs and all firmwares.
Just plain simple calculator I wrote for TomTom devices. Since today should work on ALL TomTom PNAs, with all firmwares.
Statically displays the actual height on the navigation screen.