- Scheduling Back In Time
- Thunderbird’s address books on different computers (and different operating systems)
- Thunderbird’s message filters
- IMAP folders
- Converting Thunderbird from POP to IMAP
- Yet Another Android File Manager
- Screen Overlay Detected Error on Android
- Installing – and Uninstalling – LightDM in Linux Mint 18.2
- Safely removing a USB flash drive
- Digital image viewer
Category Archives: Android
Well, it didn’t take long for AndroXplorer File Manager (see previous post) to fall by the wayside and join the pile of discarded apps. For my taste, AndroExplorer requires just too many clicks to get anywhere. So, it’s on to … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how all those Android apps are produced? Would you like to be able to create one of your very own? If so, you need Android Studio, an integrated development environment (IDE) for Android programming, from Google.
I use a local HTML file on all of my computing devices which lists all my frequently-used web sites on a multi-column page, with the individual entries being organized in categories. My new smartphone runs Android 6.0 which, for some … Continue reading
Once my problem with BitLocker disk encryption was solved (see previous posting), it was back to trying out Magic Stick as a bootable Linux/Android device. The instructions posted in the xdadevelopers forum indicate that “The installation procedure is extremely simple”. … Continue reading
Do you use LibreOffice Impress and own an Android smartphone? Want to use your smartphone as a remote control for your presentations? Look no further. Download LibreOffice Impress Remote from Google’s Play Store.