I'm developing some software for some FP2 phones, like N96 and 6210 navigator. Since the sensors framework is only supported by PyS60 1.9.3, I'm using that one ATM.
I'm looking for a way to make vibration on the phone. I know that the MISO library can do that, and I've installed it as well.
BUT, when using PyS60 1.9.3, i just get this message:
I tried in PyS60 1.4.5, with the developer version of MISO 1.9.6 (miso-1.96-s60_31_dev.sis manually signed for the phone) and it worked and made the phone vibrate. (the self signed version gave a permission denied error when importing).
Python 2.5.4 (r254:67916, Mar 24 2009, 10:31:23) [C] on symbian_s60
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>>> import miso
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<console>", line 1, in <module>
File "newcore\Symbian\src\site.py", line 94, in platsec_import
ImportError: No module named miso
What should I do? I've installed both PyS60 and MISO on the C: drive, as it was recommended on several sites (and the positioning module is broken on 1.9.3 running from E
BUT: I'm looking for a way to get vibration from 1.9.3 by either another 3rd party module, or by making the import of MISO work... What can be wrong since 1.9.3 can't find it, when it works for the old 1.4.5 ?