Smartphoneware.Full.Screen.Caller.v3.04.S60.Symbia nOS.incl.Keygen-HSpda
Full Screen Caller allows you to see a big picture of a person when you are receiving a phone call if this person is stored in your contacts database!

Do you want to see a person who is calling you more clearly and in details? Well, use "Full Screen Caller" and your wish will be satisfied! Full Screen Caller allows you to see a big picture of a person when you are receiving a phone call if this person is stored in your contacts database!

How does it work:

"Full screen caller" has two modes: picture mode and caller info mode. Depending on the selected mode "Full screen caller" will show either a photo associated with a corresponding contact or detailed information about the caller.

When "Full screen caller" is turned on, it shows a big photo of a caller or caller info screen during a phone call. A picture can appear during incoming or/and outcoming calls.

In picture mode "Full screen caller" tries to get the biggest picture from "Pictures" during a call. If there is no picture then the program will try to get a big picture from Contacts application. If there's no big picture in Contacts it tries to get a picture from "Pictures" for a group. If it doesn't find any it shows a thumbnail or default picture.

In caller info mode "Full screen caller" gets information about a caller from contacts database and shows fields that you set in settings dialog.

Main view:

This is the main view of "Full Screen Caller". In this view you can find the following commands:

Turn On/Off - with the help of this option you can activate and deactivate "Full Screen Caller";
Pictures - application pictures;
Settings - application settings;


In this dialog you can configure the following settings:

Mode - depending on your choice "Full screen caller" will show a photo or caller info screen;
Backlight - if this option is turned on backlight will be on when Full Screen Caller shows a picture during a call;
Show on - defines wheather to show the screen during outcoming or incoming calls;
Picture mode settings:
Default image - defines a predefined picture or a thumbnail shown in the case when a picture is not found;
Show phone icon - if this option is turned on an icon will be shown in the field ;
Show phone number - if this option is turned on phone number will be shown in the field "Phone number";
Label type - defines content of the second string;
Font name - font for text;
Big image:
Big image layout:
Full screen - the picture will be stretched to fit the dimensions of the screen. If a picture does not have the preffered proportions (176 x 187) then the longer side of it will be cut and the shorter one - stretched. For example: if the size of the picture is 640 x 480 the result size will be 249 x 187, thus the left and right sides of the picture will be cut by (249-176)/2 = 36 pixels;
Fit screen - the picture will be compressed to 176 x 187;
Opacity color;
Phone number color;
Phone label color;
Phone name color;
Background color;
Thumbnail layout:
Original size;
Fit screen;
Thumbnail phone number color;
Thumbnail phone name color;
Thumbnail phone label color;
Thumbnail background color;
Thumbnail border color;
Sort order - defines sort order for pictures in Picture dialog;
Caller info mode settings:
Caller info:
Background color;
Font name - font for text;
Info strings:
5 info strings with different fields that can be received from a contact. Moreover, you can set a different color for each string;

How to assign a big picture to the contact:

To assign a picture to a person, a group or simply choose a default one open Pictures. You will see a dialog that has 3 pages:

In this dialog you can perform the following operations with the pictures:

Open - show big picture;
Select picture - lets you choose any picture from image folder;
From camera - lets you make a snapshot via camera;
Default picture - assign predefined image;
Delete (Hot key: Pen/Abc+ C) - remove picture;
Update all contacts - retrieve all big pictures from contacts;

Compatible devices:

Nokia 3230, Nokia 6260, Nokia 6600,
Nokia 6620, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6670,
Nokia 6680/6681/6682, Nokia 7610, Nokia N70,
Samsung SGH-D730, Panasonic X700, Panasonic X800