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revised Is it possible to run Android applications on (normal) Linux?
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comment Is it possible to run Android applications on (normal) Linux?
Sure, my formulation was not very suitable. Fixed it, thx.
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answered Is it possible to run Android applications on (normal) Linux?
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comment Email application with notifications only for specified contacts (standard SMTP/POP3/IMAP)
@Denis ..well then an Android phone is probably not the best choice for you ;)
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comment How can I backup my contact list without rooting my phone?
strange, but are they on your SIM or phone storage?? Guess you have to copy them first to your phone and then they should sync properly. Never experienced such issues..
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comment How can I backup my contact list without rooting my phone?
@Edelcom: No you don't have to create them in Google. What I'd suggest you to do is to first copy all of your SIM contacts to your phone (directly in Android). Then go to Settings > Accounts & sync. There should be your Gmail account as well. Click on it and then you should see a list of possible sync options which also includes "Sync Contacts". You should first maybe backup your Gmail contacts by exporting them to some format (directly from within Gmail). This site may help u as well: google.com/sync/android.html
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