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I managed to make the android sync by going to the contacts, exporting to internal memory and then importing back... then it started to push contacts to cloud... the iphone picked it up by itself...


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First of all, remember that sync works both ways - if you delete contacts on the phone, it will delete them on google. If this happens, don't despair, as gmail has a nice "way-back" type of restore; you can restore back to any time. I used this for my wife's iphone when I set it up. I mainly wanted to post this for the above CYA, as I think it's ...


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You can never guarantee that it's cent per cent private. First let's begin with Android apps. In order to earn money you have advert's in the apps.In order to get localised adds it has in built code which will access your location and display the advertisement based on the locality you are presently. In doing so your identity is revealed there itself. Your ...


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There's no built-in tool to do this - why would there be? - but there are several apps available depending on exactly what kind of information you want to show and how you want it displayed. For example, you could do worse than my app Showr, which is a home screen widget. You tell it the web address of an image file, or an RSS feed with images, and how often ...


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Try removing the Account Permissions for the device from your Google dashboard - https://security.google.com/settings/security/permissions.


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The first thing I usually do when I experience this kind of problem is I uncheck the one having problems syncing (Contacts, Calendar, etc.) and then check it again. This should initiate a new sync and possibly fix the problem. If it doesn't fix it, try clearing the data for Contacts app (Settings>Applications>Manage applications) and then sync again. If ...


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Download iCal Import Export 2.2 from the play store and you can backup the calendar on your phone. Move the file to your pc and follow the instructions here: https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37118?hl=en to upload to your Google calendar online. Or maybe you can just turn sync on? That I don't know. But create the backup first if you try it! Good ...


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Send to Computer works in combination with an appengine site (code for both: https://code.google.com/p/share-to-browser/) and lets you use the share menu on your phone to push links into the database from where they're opened by your browser accessing a unique link. (Some security issues there as anyone knowing your browser's ID could push links to it but ...


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There is a one-way Google-to-Outlook sync built into Outlook 2010 and 2013, where you generate a link to your calendar via Google Calendar website, and then add the URL to Outlook as an Internet calendar. This way any changes you make on Google side get synchronized to Outlook. Step-by-step walk-through instructions are here: Log into your Google ...


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This is not possible. Dropbox says: Dropbox will not delete files from your mobile device after they are uploaded. The files on your camera, phone, tablet, or SD Card will remain on your device until you remove them manually. To do this, you will need a third-party app, like Dropsync.



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