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I programmed Llama to do exactly that. You'll need two events: 3G auto on 3G auto off and one Llama variable: auto3G Event 1 (3G auto on) when airplane mode is disabled [prevents the system to work if airplane mode is enabled] when mobile data is not connected [this ensures there will always be a break of 60 minutes after each (manual) data or ...


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Did you take a look at Google Play Music? It can sync your local music and you will have access on your android phone. https://play.google.com/store/music There is a python library that is meant to sync your playlist to play music. Take a look here: https://github.com/Tyris/m3uGoogleMusicSync Update You will need basic python/programming skills and it ...


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Select all files, then tap the Pushpin icon. It will keep all the selection on device.


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As I've read, this is because of new FB restrictions (which are changed quite frequently), which don't allow SyncMe (or any other app) to use the FB friends list. What you can do is to try to perform more operations on FB with this contact, so that other ways that the apps (like SyncMe) use to get the friends list will succeed. Maybe tagging in photos is ...


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Use Google Calendar on your PC and your phone. This will also gives you access to your calendar from any device with internet connection simply by logging into your Google account.


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You may be trying to run your facebook callback method on main thread , which android os will never allow to do so, You can add three line code in your main_activity in onCreate method which will ask the os to give them the permission to run that callback method on main thread ....... StrictMode.ThreadPolicy policy = new StrictMode.ThreadPolicy.Builder() ...


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Yes this is how things work. Google+ does not sync photos, it backs them up online. It is a one way action from your device to Google+.


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Actually it's not sth in your hand to modify easily, but i've found some tricky solutions you can use. At first take a look at a pre-asked related question here. The second way which is a kinda boring is to use File Timestamp to rewrite your own custom time metadata on any file you want. hope it helps you!


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It should be possible for you to connect your old phone to a computer, navigate to the photos directory and copy them over to your computer. After that, connect your shiny new OnePlus One and copy the images over. This should preserve all the EXIF data including the timestamp



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