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Mar
25
awarded  Teacher
Mar
25
accepted Wrong label color in gmail 2.3.3
Mar
25
answered Wrong label color in gmail 2.3.3
Mar
25
accepted Gmail has gone completely crazy
Mar
23
comment Gmail has gone completely crazy
This thread apparently is more up-to-date than the one I linked, thanks.
Mar
23
accepted non-wipe non-unlock root for Android 2.3.3
Mar
23
comment non-wipe non-unlock root for Android 2.3.3
@eldarerathis: gingerbreak worked. Unfortunately, I lost root upgrading to 2.3.6. Still, since it worked, if you post it as an answer I'll accept it.
Mar
23
comment Gmail has gone completely crazy
apparently I'm not the only one with this problem: groups.google.com/a/googleproductforums.com/d/topic/mobile/…
Mar
23
asked Gmail has gone completely crazy
Mar
17
awarded  Yearling
Mar
17
asked non-wipe non-unlock root for Android 2.3.3
Mar
2
comment Better folders, which support drag & drop: is that even possible?
@offby1: uh? Even Android 2 allows drag&drop to native folders, here we are talking about non-native ones, which are widgets.
Feb
27
comment Better folders, which support drag & drop: is that even possible?
@Chance I might think about that
Feb
27
comment Better folders, which support drag & drop: is that even possible?
@Chance: mostly how it looks, also how it doesn't apparently allow me to rearrange the icons inside, and how it doesn't close itself when I launch an item inside it.
Feb
27
accepted Better folders, which support drag & drop: is that even possible?
Feb
27
revised How can I organize items in a folder?
formatting
Feb
27
revised Better folders, which support drag & drop: is that even possible?
edited tags
Feb
27
suggested suggested edit on How can I organize items in a folder?
Feb
27
asked Better folders, which support drag & drop: is that even possible?
Feb
15
comment How-to unlink the main Google account from android device without a factory reset
@AlEverett: a factory reset wipes your data, and if you have no way to backup it than I wouldn't call it "a good thing".