Timer Screen

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The timer screen (landscape)
The timer screen (portrait)


The Timer Screen displays the Trip Timer in very large digits. It starts with minutes and seconds (MM:SS), then hours (HH:MM:SS), and then days (DDD:HH:MM:SS). It can be set to zero by the Reset button , and stopped and started by the Start/Stop button (see below).

NOTE: For convenience, the Trip Timer is reset to zero and started by the Reset button on the Dashboard Screen.

If you stop the SpeedOdo App the timer will stop and will NOT automatically restart 
when you start SpeedOdo the next time.
If you put the SpeedOdo App in the background (by pressing the Home button or receiving a phone call), 
the timer will continue and will show the elapsed time when you return to SpeedOdo.


Start/Stop Button (top left)

Start Button Start Button Stop Button Stop Button

A double tap on the Start button, will start the Timer, accumulating seconds (the button will change to the Stop button ). A double tap on the Stop button will stop the Timer (the button will change to the Start button)

Title (top center)

The screen title, Timer, displayed at the top so you can easily distinguish this screen from other screens.

Reset Button (top right)

Reset Button Reset Button

A double tap on the Reset button, will set the Timer to zero.

Timer (middle center)

The Timer contains the accumulated time in seconds, since the last time the Reset button was double tapped.

Clock (bottom right)

At the bottom right of most screens (except the Clock Screen), is a digital clock with the current time that is MUCH bigger than the clock in the status bar.

The current time format is based on the 24-Hour Time setting (on = 24 hour, off = 12 hour), from the Settings App (Settings->General->Date & Time).