1: Start TetherGPS and connect the phone using USB cable (turn on “Debugging” – it’s in settings) 2: Type: adb tcp:2947 tcp:2947 – this forwards port 2947 from your phone to your computer. “adb” is part of Android SDK 3: Open JOSM (with LiveGPS pugin) and Click in the main menu LiveGPS->Autocenter
That’s all. As soon as you mobile phone gets GPS fix JOSM will start updating your location on the map! You can save the track and help improving OpenStreetMap
I made a simple helper for setting OLED icons on Intuos4 tablets. It can be cloned from here:
git clone git://github.com/PrzemoF/i4oled.git
The helper accepts PNG images (64 x 32, 8-bit/color RGBA, non-interlaced) and it uses only red channel from the PNG file. There are some example icons in icons/ directory. The kernel patch mentioned in ‘usage’ option is not yet ready for release, but ‘-s’ (scramble) option should allow to use i4oled with any kernel with wacom OLED support.
Please test and report back – I have only Intuos4 Wireless tablet, so i4oled hasn’t been tested on any other model.
I’m waiting for reports if it works with the whole Intuos4 family – I’m going to implement an option for setting OLED icons as part of the button mapping in the wacom panel in gnome system settings.
UPDATE [11 Sep 2012]: now the helper renders text using pango/cairo. It’s still rough on edges, so be careful! That’s how it looks on Intuos4 Wireless:
UPDATE [4 Oct 2012] v1.0 is out, scrambling is now default
I found out that OLEDs on my Intuos4 Wireless are actually 4-bit colour instead of 1-bit. I don’t know (yet) a method of setting 4-bit icons over bluetooth, but I have a proof that it can be done over USB. The proof:
It’s close up of one of the OLED displays on Intuos4 Wireless connected with USB cable.