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Short answer: yes and no. Using three accounts won't run the battery down in itself: by far the bigger factor is how much activity there is. To take an example, Gmail uses push messages (via Google Cloud Messaging, GCM) to notify your phone of new mail, so the phone doesn't have to repeatedly poll the server for new messages for each account. Because of ...
Mymobiler is another nice alternative. It streams your screen onto your computer (kind of like Remote desktop over USB). It also installs a keyboard which lets you type from your computer. It might need root.
Do you mean it is Google Authenticator? If So, Please refer it might be worked. Please verify your time on smartphone is correct and do re-setup 2FA or re-generate ASP again it might be worked. Some user in Japan has similar problem. Google Authenticator require having correct time between your phone and Google Account server. Also each node such your ...
I was seeking an answer for about 2 hours, finally I found the correct answer on Google Picasa Sync with Google+
You can try Pushbullet app also. It's a very nice app.
QRCopy is a free app that lets you share your clipboard between your PC and nearly any other device. It uses qr codes to transfer information, so it works on any device that has a QR code reader. The Windows version includes a fast QR code reader that works using your webcam, and it has a mobile app that runs on most other devices. Once you have some text ...
I gave the answer to Al E. For taking the time to help me and provide a great working solution. ( though not the solution I ended up going with as 1) I didn't want to fork over $5 for the pushover app or 2) I'd already implemented another solution that works great as well. THE SOLUTION I WENT WITH WAS THIS ...
I had the same issue. Once I turned off Google 2 Step Verification, it worked just fine.
Here is a (mostly) non-Android solution for you. You'll need to (sign up for and) use If This Then That. Create a recipe.1 Your This will be the Gmail channel, specifically the Any new email trigger.2 Your That will be however you'd like to be notified. I like Pushover but SMS will work just as well. You'll use the Send me an SMS action (or send a ...
I was having a similar issue - I'd added a new calendar to one of my google accounts and it would not show up, regardless of the calendar app I used. Occasionally it would be on the list of calendars, but when I went to show it, it disappeared from the list. Finally, I removed that account and added it back. Thus far it seems to be working.
As you're after a plain Android <-> Windows solution, apart from different hosted solutions, MyPhoneExplorer might also be worth consideration. AFAIK it can sync your Android calender with different Windows solutions, especially Outlook, but IMHO also others. According to its description, this also includes – tada! – even your favorite Windows calendar: ...
As you've already figured, a built-in solution is: Open the contacts app on the "old device" In Menu → Import/Export, chose to export Copy the resulting 0001.vcf file to your "new device" On the new device, open the contacts app and chose to "import" from Menu → Import/Export Hint: take care there's enough free space available on the "exporting" device ...
I did some digging around and found that this change was introduced in an update for Gingerbread. It applies to all Nexus devices starting from the Nexus S (except the Nexus One since it comes pre-installed with Facebook). The problem Google has with Facebook sync is the inability to port the data that Facebook sync adds to the contacts, out of your device. ...
I am assuming you are on a rooted device. Use your preferred file explorer to browse to : /system/app There should be two apk files. One the calendar app (calendar.apk) and the other calendarprovider.apk. The second apk provides proper synchronization between the google account and the actual calendar application which is probably missing or not working. ...
Try adding a new Google account, preferably via mobile data instead of Wi-Fi. It should restore the calendar sync option.
According to a post in a Google Product Forum: A sync between Nexus devices and Facebook isn't possible by default. To get that information on your phone you will need to install a third party application that will sync the information to your phone. Manufacturers like HTC and Samsung enabled this on their own for the people that bought their ...
That is because this is a stock android feature. To accomplish the result you want you'll need some kind of third party software i geuss. There are lots available in the play store.
You could first add a facebook account from Settings->Account->Add new account->Facebook Then the FB contacts will get synced with their numbers if users have added it on facebook. After that try syncing with the Google account. If this does not work, you could always use the 'link contacts' option provided in almost all contact application. ...
At least my version of Chrome (32.0.1700.107) on OS X has a menu called Mobile Bookmarks under Bookmarks, where I can see my phone's bookmarks. And I can add bookmarks to my desktop Chrome from Android from Menu -> Favorite (the star) -> Folder -> Desktop bookmarks. Try using Chrome Beta for Android if yours doesn't have that feature.
The missing piece of information is that Play Music (and most other music apps) don't go round looking for music files. It would be a waste of battery if every app had to scan the storage for files! Instead, there's one built-in app, the media-scanner, that looks for music files and makes a database of their metadata: that is, the app reads the ID3 tags from ...
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