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Mar
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Jun
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Feb
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comment What's the perfect internal storage preserving technique? Does link2sd and data2sd interfere?
Transferring apps to system area (even not really system apps) is a good way to utilize the system partition without re-partitioning the internal storage, but it does not helps much more on the small size of the user partition of internal storage, Link2SD does similar job. I wanna forget internal user partition. (Maybe, I'm wrong.)
Feb
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asked What's the perfect internal storage preserving technique? Does link2sd and data2sd interfere?
Feb
15
awarded  Notable Question
Dec
13
comment Is it possible to use an Android device as X11 server for a remote machine over SSH?
Yep, I'm looking for X server, that's the piece of software implements X terminal. It does not need to access the hardware directly, it just have to send/receive X11 protocol over IP. There're X server programs for Windows, where X server is implemented using Windows API, not the hardware. Also, there are computers, which are dedicated X terminals, so there is no (access to) underlying operating systems, you have to connect a host running software able to use X11 (Xlib, sess/win/desktop manager, X apps etc.).
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Jan
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answered What features should I consider when shopping for a cheap Chinese Android tablet?
Jan
26
comment A3000 chinese mobile - Dual-SIM or Dual-GSM support since Android 2.2 (again?)
+1 Hey, it sounds promising. Does it support Market? (I've met a Chinese tablet, called ePad, which does not - it was too slow for any app.)
Jan
6
comment Is it possible to use an Android device as X11 server for a remote machine over SSH?
Yep, I know that there's no "native support" for X11 on Android, and therefore there will be no such joyful experience like on GNU/Linux, where I can use the same display for programs running on different machines seamlessly. Even on a big tablet, X11 will be a separate App, I assume, as just if it were VNC.
Jan
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Jan
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asked Is it possible to use an Android device as X11 server for a remote machine over SSH?
Dec
28
answered Inquiry about Galaxy Tab
Dec
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