How it works:
The built-in compass uses the earth's magnetic field to calculate the deviation from magnetic north. As with every compass, if you put a piece of metal nearby, it gets deviated. That's what is used here to detect metal.
Place your device flat on a surface. After starting the app, the gauge should show zero. If it doesn't, take your device and write a couple of "eights" in the air (this is to get rid of magnetism which might get stuck in the sensors).
Then use a pair of scissor or something the like and move it slowly to the right side of your device. At a distance of approx. 5 cm. the gauge should start to move. Take your device and move it with its right side near metals, and see if the gauge shows values.
What's New in This Release:
· detection algorithm improved (tilt compensation)
· sensitivity slider (red) now working
· continuous ticking after app exit solved
· new app icon
· now uses HW accelerated opengl (problem with silvermoon solved)
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Supported operating systems:
Windows Mobile 6 Classic, Windows Mobile 6 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.1 Classic, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional
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