App android kernel 3.3 ubuntu 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 5, 2012
I would like to know how run native app android in ubuntu. I have installed kernel 3.3
Tracker app doesnt track anything
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 7, 2008
reading a manual i ddownload about ubuntu 8.04 talks about the tracker app, and how to use it, and how helpfull it is, so i decide to try it. My surprise is that tracker isnt tracking anything, it always return 0 matches in the results. I have try it in several ubuntu pcs and in every single one tracker is not traking...
Is this app ok?? Do ui have to configure something before i can track?
Error Sytax SQLITE NEAR “CREATE” on my app android
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 3, 2014
I have an app on play store and everyday I got reports with a error. But this error occur in some devices, but not all. I have 5000 people using my app and that's dont get that error.
So: The report error I haved recived:
java.lang.RuntimeException: Unable to start activity
android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: near "CREATE": syntax error
at java.lang.reflect.Method.invokeNative(Native Method)
Why can't I sync to Android with an App?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 6, 2013
Why can't I sync to Android with an App?
I can go through thunar and add or remove files but I would really like to use a media app such and Rhythmbox or Banshee to sync playlists.
Anyway to make this possible?
Personal Finance Software With Android App
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 3, 2011
We have lots of personal finance softwares on linux ranging from the monster GNUCash to HomeBank, Skrooge, KMyMoney, etc.
The problem with most softwares is that we often forget the transactions when we return home where the software resides.
Android (and other smartphones) made it easy to enter date on the go. And it presented with another problem as well, the problem of syncing with desktop application.
Now the question, which combination of personal finance software on Linux and which android app gives the best result of syncing or importing from mobile device to desktop?
I couldn't find much information on this. There was a thread in which the guys wanted to develop an android port of GNUCash, but it died soon.
Any information would be much appreciated.
is there a linux address book? that will sync with an android app?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 1, 2011
so essentially I can make alterations on my Ubuntu address book, and later in the day the info has found it's way to my android phone, and vice versa
Best Music App for Android Phone?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 2, 2013
Hi All, I'm looking to get a new music playing app for my HTC smart phone running some version of Android (maybe Ice Cream Sandwich?) because the native music app sucks harder than words can describe. My primary problems with it are the fact that it erases the contents of playlists basically whenever it feels the need, and frequently can't get all the music on the SD card when I'm on airplane mode. Is there an analog to some linux program on Android? I would post on a Droid-specific forum, but I think I'll get more educated opinions here.
[SOLVED] Questions: Ekiga, yePhone App for Android, Magic Jack Alternatives
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 1, 2014
Can anyone explain how Ekiga works? I think I can make free phone calls to landlines/cell phones but in order to have a phone number and SMS I would need a carrier? How would that work, for example with Verizon or T-Mobile?
I also found an app Called yePhone in the App store. I am just as lost with that as I am with Ekiga.
My goal is to cut my monthly bill down to the lowest possible. I may go with a cheaper tablet data plan but I am not sure how much data voice or sms would actually take. As far as accessing the internet I can just use secured wi-fi when I am able to. I would just use the Tablet Plan for calls/sms. But I am not sure I can even get a plan to begin with. I am new to tablets and my Samsung Note 8.0 GTN5110 I think may only be WiFi. I have only had it for a few days and I am still in the process of learning all I can about it. First was working out the best security, rooting it and than encrypting the tablet and MicroSD card. Now I am moving on with more.
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New Android app: Tesla Remote Control
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 24, 2009
NOTE: Unfortunately I don't regularly check UF these days and it looks like this thread has been locked for inactivity. If you need help using the app, or have and questions/suggestions - please visit the project support page and email either the mailing list or myself directly. I also monitor the bug tracker regularly.
This project is very much alive!
I've been quietly working on a new project for the Android platform called Tesla...
It's a remote control for Ubuntu/Linux designed to work with a variety of media players. Currently it supports VLC, Amarok (1 and 2), Rhythmbox, Totem, Dragon Player, and Banshee. I hope to expand this as requests come in. You can use it to control playback, change the volume, and shutdown the PC using an easy to use remote control-like UI. Connection to your computer requires a Wifi network.
Anyone with an Android mobile phone, please give it a try and give me feedback. I'm more than happy to help out with any issues people have.
Android or IOS App development
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 25, 2014
I am thinking of learning java development from a course online. Who knows, I may create something unique and worthwhile or maybe not.
Should I learn to write apps for android or IOS? Who would you write for if you had or learn the skills?
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