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  1. #1
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    How to detect event from Navi Wheel?

    Hi All

    I try to use HandleKeyEventL function but nothing happen. Is there any way to detect data or event from Navi Wheel?

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    Re: How to detect event from Navi Wheel?

    You can experiment with checking all events you get in HandleWsEventL (if you overload this method, do not forget forwarding the events to your base class), and see if you get something, even undocumented.

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    Re: How to detect event from Navi Wheel?

    I'm not aware of any Navi wheel on Nokia S60 devices, there is a dedicated API for the motorolla devices (which you need to get from Motorolla) and the same for the Sony Ericsson devices, there these are UIQ devices
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    Re: How to detect event from Navi Wheel?

    N85 supposingly has Navi Wheel as per specs on Forum Nokia Devices...
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    Re: How to detect event from Navi Wheel?

    Indeed, probably the N81 was the first N-series device, which had the scroll-by-sliding-your-finger-around-the-rim function, and that is also referred as Navi wheel (General tab in Settings application).

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    Re: How to detect event from Navi Wheel?

    I though the OP was referring to the touchwheel API in Samsung phones (not motorola)
    http://innovator.samsungmobile.com/c...nUrl=/index.do
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