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An Android, iOS and C# developer by day and a Linux enthusiast by night. I also enjoy web development (mostly Python), video games, chess, soccer, and voiding warranties.

I currently own a Nexus 5, a Nexus 10, and a Nook HD. I generally run a slightly self-modified version of CyanogenMod on my Nexus devices.

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Jul
6
revised How can I install Firefox on an Android with no service or Google account?
edited tags
Jul
6
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Why is my microSD card not being reconized in Samsung Galaxy S Plus?
Jul
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on accessibility tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on accessibility tag wiki
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on fonts tag wiki excerpt
Jul
6
revised App for reading CSV files?
added 53 characters in body
Jul
6
comment How can I access files on a Seagate GoFlex Satellite wifi or Kingston Wi-Drive?
Well if you have two distinct questions then just ask one of them. "How do I access a wifi drive from Android?" seems perfectly acceptable here, and is an entirely different question than "How do I write an app to access a wireless drive?"
Jul
6
comment How can I access files on a Seagate GoFlex Satellite wifi or Kingston Wi-Drive?
The fact that your question relates to Android doesn't make it off topic for Stack Overflow (nor does it make it on topic here). If you're trying to write a program to access the data then this is not the correct site. If you just want to access the data however possible (i.e. if "Use Astro" solves your problem) then this fits here.
Jul
6
revised Ubuntu font cannot display latin extended characters
fix grammar
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on touchdown tag wiki
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on touchdown tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to ping [some resource] on [some network] on an Android phone or emulator?
Jul
5
comment Disabling the 5 GhZ wifi band on the HTC One X
Yes, it's standard in ICS, but I don't know if some manufacturers decided to move/alter it. Maybe the setting that others are seeing is due to carrier/regional differences in firmware or something. That would be fairly annoying if it's the case.
Jul
5
revised Unable to access text messaging after updating to ICS
edited tags
Jul
5
revised USB To 3.5mm Jack mircophone
Clarify the setup of the connectors
Jul
5
comment Disabling the 5 GhZ wifi band on the HTC One X
Where exactly are you looking? I have what appears to be the same option on my Galaxy Nexus if I go into the Wi-Fi settings, press the overflow menu (the "three dots" button) and select "Advanced". It's listed as "Wi-Fi frequency band". Maybe getting a screenshot of what you see in your settings would be useful if you can do it (does Volume Down + Power work on the One X?).