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  1. 3rutu5
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014


  2. ozdavo
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014

    ozdavo , Sep 28, 2014 :
    Ok, to bring the conversation back to Android & the OPO...
    ... WHY HAS NO-ONE (I'm looking at you @timmaaa & @Chris.C ) TOLD ME ABOUT TASKER! IT'S FUCKEN AWESOME AND SO POWERFUL, IT SHOULD BE IN ANDROID BY DEFAULT!
     

  3. moonwyrm
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014


  4. 1qp
    Honeycomb Sep 28, 2014

    1qp , Sep 28, 2014 :
    I'll stop talking tonight maybe forever :'(
    I am truely sorry and if there is a way I can make it up to you I will

    And I do mean it I am about to cry
    I'm a horrible human being
    I will take down said comment
    I don't know why I'm like this I look at this forum like you are all family
    I'm just not thinking tonight
     

  5. 3rutu5
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014

    3rutu5 , Sep 28, 2014 :
    never heard of it, but i will google tomorrow. cheers davo.
     

  6. mjerry9190
    Froyo Sep 28, 2014


  7. allenlau
    Gingerbread Sep 28, 2014


  8. 3rutu5
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014


  9. ozdavo
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014

    ozdavo , Sep 28, 2014 :
    Yeah it can do basically anything, AFAIK the idea you set rules which say if "X" happens, then do "Y", but there is basically no limit to how complex or specific commands can be.
    I've just spent two hours getting my head around the basics.
     

  10. 3rutu5
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014

    3rutu5 , Sep 28, 2014 :
    Sounds interesting. Gives me something to research on my lunch break tomorrow.
     

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  11. ozdavo
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014

    ozdavo , Sep 28, 2014 :
    So the first "Profile" I created uses another app called Secure Settings, which uses the trigger of connecting to my car's Bluetooth, then turns off the lock screen pin, & turns out back on when it disconnects from the BT.
     

  12. kogi
    Honeycomb Sep 28, 2014

    kogi , Sep 28, 2014 :
    Tasker. Cool thing it can get location from mobile towers and not use GPS.

    When it detect my home/mobile towers. It auto turns on WiFi. And wifi them off when I am not at home/work.

    Another recipe is when I get a Telstra SMS and I use more than 90% data. It turns my data off
     

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  13. xX(Aleksandar)Xx
    Cupcake Sep 28, 2014


  14. mateotix
    Eclair Sep 28, 2014


  15. OptusGuy
    Gingerbread Sep 28, 2014


  16. perth1950
    Jelly Bean Sep 28, 2014

    perth1950 , Sep 28, 2014 :
    Red Mi 2 seemed to be more popular because it's dual sim and around AUD $200 with free accessories. MiBox is very popular that the authorities shut down some of the free Korean TV series and European & FA Cup channels for fear of infringement lawsuit. They have built in Miracast. Worked perfectly with my 1+ and Android, but not hanksaking properly with iPad / AirPlay.
     

  17. perth1950
    Jelly Bean Sep 28, 2014

    perth1950 , Sep 28, 2014 :
    Send some to me. I love them in winter.
     

  18. madestein
    Eclair Sep 28, 2014

    madestein , Sep 28, 2014 :
    2 Invites left..
    Pm me your mail address I will send to you to first lucky 2,but just give me a one good reason to make my day.!!
    Am I asking more?
     

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  19. xX(Aleksandar)Xx
    Cupcake Sep 28, 2014

    xX(Aleksandar)Xx , Sep 28, 2014 :
    Gday/nite I plan on buying 1+1 before the 1+2 version comes out.i have around 450 Aud. to spend and well my question is will it be enough for the opo international to be delivered to my adress here in Brisbane?And how do i go about shipping and all neccessary procedures involved in it all?
     

  20. ozdavo
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 28, 2014

    ozdavo , Sep 28, 2014 :
    450 should be enough. Open an account with comgateway or shipito and they give you your own US post address. When you buy your OPO you get it sent to this address, then they forward it to your real address. Cost for OPO shipped to US is about US$360, then about another US$35-40 covers the insured courier to Australia and the forwarders fees.