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comment Calendar access from apps: only some calendars are displayed
OK. I assumed that answering my own question accepts it automatically.
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accepted Calendar access from apps: only some calendars are displayed
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answered Factory reset left root intact?
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comment How do RAM and processor speed affect overall performance on Android?
@Lie Ryan: I agree, but this is not much related to RAM vs. CPU question. Well, it is. It means that neither RAM nor CPU is allways the bottleneck.
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answered Calendar access from apps: only some calendars are displayed
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comment How do RAM and processor speed affect overall performance on Android?
Well, music players are an exception: they can be CPU intensive and they are likely to run in the background.
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comment How do RAM and processor speed affect overall performance on Android?
BTW: Remember that the CPU clock is not the same as the CPU speed. More helpful metrics that CPU clock are Mflops, avrage milions instructions per second (MIPS) etc. Difference between Mflops and MIPS can be seen at some optimizations (e.g. JIT optimizations), because some processors have special instructions that allows you to compute mote at once. However, they aren't applied in native code unless the app has been compiled with support of these instructions.
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comment How do RAM and processor speed affect overall performance on Android?
Matt, I was going to write something similar. However, I think that background tasks aren't usually CPU intensive. They can use some I/O and they can be I/O intensive in some cases (e.g. downloading files, copying files), but is seems unlikely that they will be CPU intensive. So, as mentioned in another post, CPU is probably more important for intensive single-taksing (e.g. games) and RAM is more important for intensive task switching.
Mar
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comment Default calendar app does not show all my online Google calendars
I've asked a similar question. They aren't necessarily related, but thay can be: android.stackexchange.com/questions/6676/… . Note that I've a different default calendar app, so the problem can be more related that it can seem at the beginning.
Mar
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comment Calendar access from apps: only some calendars are displayed
The Sony Ericsson calendar app (which is poor) seems to be the only app that can see it. However, it behaves strangely: I add a new event and it is not displayed. I don't have checked whether these calendars are kept synced, but I don't think so.
Mar
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comment Calendar access from apps: only some calendars are displayed
Yes, I can. The new calendars are also created from my laptop. BTW: I've found these calendars in database and they are neither shown nor synced, see pastebin.com/Pk6ZWn6J . I've also read that it is possible to enable them in the default Android calendar app, but, unfortunately, the Sony Ericsson's replacement is poor. :-( I've tried to extract calendar app from Android emulator, but there is no such app :-( But I've extracted the sqlite3 binary and analyzed it as mentioned above. I'm not sure if I should try update command. (I don't want to break anything.)
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asked Calendar access from apps: only some calendars are displayed