An advanced phone that works with ESX, QBCore, ox_core and on standalone servers / custom frameworks
Me and @Breze have been working on this phone since June this year, and are proud to finally present it to the public. It has a lot of unique features and highly advanced apps, with a clean and realistic UI.
The resource is encrypted using FiveM’s escrow system, but a few files are editable. You can edit the voice functions (so you can implement your own voice system) and all framework specific files, including the client & server side lua code of the home, garage and wallet apps. You can also edit the code used to check if you have a specific phone, to implement another script than ox_inventory for unique phones. You are not able to edit any of the UI code.
The phone was built with performance in mind. Progressive scrolling is used to ensure that the phone does not send a lot of data at a time.
Unique phones (requires ox_inventory for ESX & standalone. Most inventories on qb-core are supported). Each phone is connected to the phone item, meaning you can steal phones and all data will remain on that specific item. See 6m 39s into the video.
Video calls (facetime)
Quick share contacts (airdrop)
Speaker, if enabled while in a phone call, nearby players will hear the call. Requires mumble based voice script.
24 fps video recording, also records your voice
Discord or Imgur api for photo & video hosting
And a lot more!
Supported voice scripts
The phone has support for the most popular scripts, but if you use a custom one you can edit the code.
2 TeamSpeak based voice systems, please use pma-voice instead.
The following photos are in-game screenshots of the phone put on a 3d render of a phone.
Settings - Configure the phone to your liking.
Contacts - Add your friends, share your contact or call companies.
Phone calls - Call your friends. Voice or video call.
Message - Send a message to your friend, or create a group
Camera - Send a message to your friend, or create a group
Photos - Browse all your photos & videos.
Clock - Set alarms, timers and take time with the stopwatch function.
Notes - Write down your thoughts, shopping lists or most important notes.
Garage (requires framework) - View all your cars, see where they are & summon it.
Home (requires loaf_housing, although you can edit it) - View all your houses, remove / give keys and unlock your door.
Maps & calculator - Share your location with your friends.
Weather - Keep yourself updated on the current weather.
App store - Download apps.
Instagram - Share photos and videos, watch your friends live videos.
great job! looks good and the best: walking with the phone
i have some questions:
is it possible to deactivate apps such as Instagram (e.g. I don’t need two social media apps such as Twitter and Instagram in a game and would deactivate one in advance so that you can’t download it), rename and design it if you eg. no origianl twitter would like and you can also add “new” apps for e.g. an external dispatch system? Easily implemented: With e.g. a separate icon and if you click on it, the menu opens with the export from the dispatch system…
Does the phone have a “BossMenu App”?
Is it also possible to install an on/off-duty system here with/without a multi-job system?
is it possible to make the “home” “unlock” button a little biger?
our current phone is about the same size and many really complain that sometimes it is a real fumbling to press this stupid button with the mouse
“You can not add apps yourself, and we have no plans on creating a dispatch app.”
I meant by that:
add your own icon that you can click on. then it opens, i’ll just take a dispatch system from another creator as an example, this dispatch system.
→ Own icon on the screen.
→ function when you click on this icon: export(open.othermenu).
→ another menu opens.
Similarly if you simply insert a new point in a NativeMenu that opens another menu so that you can eg. no need to remember chat commands. or you have to create another menu so that you can return to the dispatch system but: open your cell phone. dispatch icon clicked. dispatch system opens.
or simple simple → own icon on screen… click the icon and dpemotes menü opens.