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3 years ago

Box.net now available for Android

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Box.net, the popular cloud document management application, is now available to Android users. The developers just released it to the Market and are expecting a welcomed reception from experienced users as well as first-timers. 

Users of this app will be able to: 

  • Browse files and folders on Box
  • View documents, media and other files
  • Share links to files and folders
  • Upload files from a device
  • Search through files

If you're not familiar with Box, it's a service that allows secure and easy cloud management of your files. It's also a popular add-on application on Linkedin that allows users to keep their resume public and searchable. It's free and definitely worth a try! [Box.net]

More from Box.net in our developer forums

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3 years ago

It all makes sense now [the competition]

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We know a lot of you came to Android from BlackBerry. And now we know why. [via CrackBerry]

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3 years ago

Browser-based uploads now available for Flickr on Android devices

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Many of us use Flickr to share our pictures with family and friends, and until just recently there was no easy way to upload these from your Android phone directly, other than e-mailing them. But Flickr just announced devices running Android 2.2 can upload from the browser, and while it is not a full standalone application with proper gallery integration, it sure beats having to transfer them to the computer to upload them, or emailing them all. We continue to hope for a standalone application to make this process even better then it has become, but we will be thankful for what we have now! [Flickr Blog via Android Central Forums]

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3 years ago

Desire HD ROM ported to Droid Incredible and Desire [video]

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Want to fool around with the new Sense that's coming with the Desire HD on your Droid Incredible or HTC Desire?  Thanks to some hackery and the Desire HD system dump, now you can.  The folks who brought you the IncDoes ROM have ported it over for the Dinc, and a neophyte (seriously, NeoPhyTe.x360) has wiggled it onto the Desire.  Granted, neither are what you would call "production-ready" and there are plenty of bugs, but everyone knows it's cool to play with new leaks and dumps if only for a little while.  That's what Nandroid backups are for, right?

Hit the source links for details, change logs, and downloads; and check the video after the break.  [XDA-Developers (Incredible -- Desire) via Engadget]

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3 years ago

ROM Manager brings a new feature -- Web Connect

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Koushik Dutta (AKA Koush) has incorporated an awesome new feature into his already indispensable application ROM Manager, called Web Connect.  The screen shot says it all -- You can send a ROM, or kernel, or update right to the ROM Manager application on your phone from a web page, as long as the ROM developer supports it in their ROM and support forum thread. From there, it's business as usual and ROM Manager will back up your current system, wipe any parts of the system that may need be wiped, and install.  All without user intervention.  Koush, I love you, man. 

Now all that's left is for ROM developers to get on board.  Shout out to your favorite chef and tell him to have a look, and point them to Android Central's forums where they can get their ROM threads set up.  [My Brain Hurts (Koush's blog)]

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3 years ago

T-Mobile G2 available Oct. 6, preorders start Sept. 24

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T-Mobile’s highly anticipated G2 is going to be available for pre-order starting at midnight and will officially launch Oct. 6. Are you going to reserve your G2 the second the clock strikes 12 tonight? It will definitely save you from the nightmares of finding it out of stock come launch day. Drop a line in the comments or in the forums if you snag yours! Or if you live under a rock and know absolutely nothing about the G2, you can check out the spec sheet here and you can pre-order it g2.tmobile.com at midnight. [via TmoNews]

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3 years ago

Samsung Moment receives small maintenance update

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The Samsung Moment is set to receive a minor OTA maintenance update that actually started yesterday and will be rolled out over the coming weeks. 

The update will bring three improvements:

  • Fixes the airplane mode issues
  • Fixes the Skyfire browser power cycle issue
  • Adds a Select All option to Bulk Bluetooth contact push

So be on the lookout for the OTA, Moment users. Here is the newest version you should have once the update is complete: S:M900.8.OS.DI06. [Sprint] Thanks, Kyle!

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3 years ago

Sprint SERO plans reopening to high-end Android devices

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If you've ever had a Sprint SERO plan, you know how damn hard it is to let it go. The old Sprint Employee Referral Offer was pretty easy to come by back in the day and brought super-low-price contract plans. But as higher-end (and more data-hungry) device launched, Sprint began to move people off of SERO.

Looks as though these cries have been heard, and Sprint has decided that as of Oct. 1 it will include the Samsung Moment, HTC Hero, HTC EVO 4G and Samsung Epic 4G in the SERO Premium plan. There is one catch -- users will have to be on an existing SERO plan before Oct. 1 to qualify for the SERO Premium plan. [SprintThanks, Malatesta!

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3 years ago

Review: Verizon Shell/Holster Combo for the Droid Incredible

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Verizon's Shell/Holster Combo for the Droid Incredible packs a one-two punch of a minimalist case along with a waist holster, complete with clip. The case itself is black, but not the matte black you will find along the front of your Incredible. Rather, it is the same shade as the rear plastic cover on the DInc. It is held in place by a pair of gripping sides the run the length of the phone on either side. Check past the break for the rest of the review, along with tons of pictures.

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3 years ago

LG Vortex surfaces again, fully Bing'd out

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Earlier this week we saw the first shots of the LG Vortex, which appears headed to Verizon and looks a whole heck of a lot like the Optimus One that was just announced. Here's another shot, and, would you look at that. There's Bing, instead of Google, much as Verizon did on the Fascinate and the upcoming HTC Merge. This device will not have an FM Radio, to the dismay of more than a few of you, we know. Additionally, it will ship with Android 2.2 (Froyo) which is definitely a plus for an entry-level device. [via Engadget Mobile]

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