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Android: Working with Data structures using Python (part 1)

Sunday, August 18th, 2013

  Ok, you have an Android device (or two) and you want to explore the available data structures using Python and SL4A.  Where to start? For this post we will assume that: you have little or no experience with Python as well as little or no experience with Android programming, but, you do have experience Continue reading →

Android Nexus 4 – using Sqlite to ’empty’ Pop Email ‘trash’

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

Empty POP Email ‘trash’ (Android) Ok, after some digging and a bit of thought: Google Android Nexus 4- Pop email does not delete messages that are placed into the ‘trashcan’. Google Android Nexus 4- Pop email lacks many features like: select all or multi-message select – you have to select messages one at a time.) Continue reading →

Android Nexus 4 – Still can’t ’empty trash’…

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

I was annoyed enough by ‘pop email’ issues during my first pass at Android that I simply returned the device. As mentioned previously, Google hardware is Google-Centric and, most likely, will force you to use other Google products & services – if you want to use Google hardware in an independent manner then you have Continue reading →

Linux Contact/Schedule/More Device Sync with Funambol

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

This post is part of my review of the Nexus 4 (2012) phone from Google… I may provide more details about using Funambol in a future post… Funambol – a ‘private cloud’ (or cloud) based solution; in 12/2012 this does not appear to work out-of-the-box guessing due to Tomcat-network-related-features (i.e. seems that the download includes Continue reading →

Outlook 2002 Contacts CSV to vCard via Bash & Awk

Saturday, December 22nd, 2012

Yes, I know you can import stuff easily into ‘the cloud’ – I don’t care to share my contacts (directly) with any ‘cloud vendor’; I simply want to move my contacts from my old Cellphone to my new Android phone. Exporting a contact list from Outlook (Ancient version, 2002) is simple using CSV (comma separated Continue reading →

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