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Wami 0.9

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Released: Aug 21, 2008
Updated: Aug 21, 2008 by senthilkumar
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Release Notes

This release adds Auto SMS responding capability to Wami and fixes bugs present in the previous release.

Auto SMS allows people to know where you are and when you'll reach the destination location, without any effort on your part. After configuring Wami to auto respond, Wami automatically responds to SMS requests with your current location and ETA information. You can customize the list of people to whom Wami will autorespond, as well as restrict responses to requests containing a specific string.

Using Auto SMS
Options -> Auto SMS opens the Auto SMS configuration dialog. The Enable checkbox turns the feature on/off. Message Text expected is the text that must be the body of the SMS request that Wami will respond to. Add Contact allows you to add contacts to whom Wami will respond to. You can also manually edit the text above the "Add Contact" label. Wami will only respond if an incoming SMS request is from one of the added contacts AND the body of the message is the message text that you typed in.

General Instructions
Copy to your mobile phone and open it from there. It installs RouteLogger.exe and wami.exe to the Program Files directory, under the wami subdirectory. RouteLogger records all location changes, along with the time interval between the current and the last location change. The changes are logged to a file with the name Route dd-MM-yy hh-mm-ss (i.e., a file with the current timestamp, prefixed by "Route') and is saved in the root directory of your mobile phone. has RouteEditor.exe, a WinForms application that runs on the PC, that takes the log file generated by RouteLogger as input and allows you to edit and arrange locations into well known location groups. You can save the resulting output to a route file, which you will then need to copy to \Application Data\wami\Routes on your mobile phone.

wami.exe, that runs on your mobile phone, then loads the appropriate route file based on your selection and shows ETA at destination, at all defined location groups and the current location and location group, all determined by the location broadcast by your cellphone provider.

PS : To turn on cell broadcast, click Start->Settings->Phone->Channels-. Check both the Enable Channels checkbox and the Receive Channel List checkbox. Click Menu->Edit Channels->Menu->Add. The channel number varies, depending on the service provider, but 50 usually works fine, atleast in South India.

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