In Gingerbread, I could click menu button at my home screen and choose "Edit" and all my desktop screen will minimize and I can add screen or remove screen (including all widgets and shortcuts) just by dragging the screen to the bottom where it says Remove.
I bought HTC desire. And I am in a very silly problem now with my phone. I mistakenly added some shortcuts of some programs along with the default 4 shortcuts in the bottom of the my desktop skin. Now, I am not being able to remove any shortcut from the desktop. I know, it's very silly question but I will be very happy if anyone help me out.
I have purchaced new sony ericson X10 recently. Can some one suggest me how to remove time space from my desktop. Its covering my photo in desktop. Also tell me me how to disconnect/silent the phone when i get a call.
I cant seem to find the answer anywhere. I just came from a Blackberry and I have always sync'd with my desktop at night, mainly to back up my calendar. But now my calendar is with google sync so I have no need to back up to my computer...that I know of? I also haven't seen any mention of a fascinate desktop? Is there one and should I be syncing up?
I know there are lots of threads about this already, but I need to RDP for work. So I have been looking for the best app to do that.I tried xtralogic's rdp, which is nice, but it looks like it only works with VPN, and when I tried to VPN in, it would give me a out of memory warning, and crash.So I tried phonemypc. also nice, but that only works if the account in use is constantly logged on to the servers, which I can't do.My account always gets logged off because other users need to get on as well.is there another app that might work better than these? does anyone else have a similar problem?
I give up. I can't find this anywhere. I saw on here that somebody posted an app for the Droid X that allows a virtual desktop (work on your home PC from your phone). Please tell me I am not nuts and this exists.
I dont know if this is a correct place, but i could not find my answers and i believe there and much more expertized people here, then anywhere else. I want my Desktop to boot to Android OS. I know it can be done and also some notebooks available with Android OS installed. Can some one please help me in how can i install Android OS to a Full Desktop Machine, and how i can i set it up boot to it.
I was looking for a Remoter Desktop client in the marketplace and see there are quite a few pay ones (too bad there are no free ones). None of them mention if they work with the new, more secure, RDP introduced with the latest versions of Windows. I tried one demo app, and it failed to connect to my Windows 7 computer (which uses this latest version by default). Can anyone confirm a remote desktop client that supports the latest version of RD?I found a great VNC viewer, but I need one that specifically supports the built in remote desktop protocol.
Searching the forums came up with some old posts I'd like to get some feedback and am wondering what people are using these days for a Remote Desktop app. Free is preferred, but I could always shell out some cash if the free apps are garbage.
I was thinking of getting one and trying it out, but I don't know how often I would use it. What do you use it for? Can you watch Hulu on your home PC on your phone? Is it more of a work-related thing? Is it just for forgotten files?Just wondering how useful an application like this is to the normal day-to-day user.
I got the Droid from Verizon a couple days ago, and about two days ago I rooted it, and I'm now using Bugles Beast 0.9 with a 5 slot Chevy 1.2ghz kernel. I keep the CPU set to 800 because i feel like 1200ghz is burning up the battery unnecessarily when I'm playing games. However, I can't figure out why sometimes when I'm returning to the home screen, no icons will display for about 5 seconds (usually when exiting a program that eats up a large amount of CPU). Could it have something to do with Set CPU settings?
So here's a question for you guys. I'm new to android and I'm looking for an app or combination of apps that will allow me to do a few things on my home PC. I'd like to be able to do the following from anywhere, not just my home network: -Access my desktop via remote desktop -View (and possibly edit) documents/pdfs on my PC -Stream music from my PC. I've been doing some research and it seems there are a few options for what I'm trying to accomplish, so I'm hoping you folks can point me in the right direction.
I was a little bored so I decided to make this and post it. What do you think? I made everything from scratch (including the Google Logo) except the android in the background. I think it looks good. What do you all think? Of course the original does not have my username all over it, though that was to get people's opinions first before someone jacks it.
Is there any example or sample how the transparent text over desktop is achieved by the "devtools/Development settings/show running processes"?
I would like to write some text over the desktop like that one from a service if possible. The aplication will be for development purposes like the "show running processes" but with other data displayed ...
I just got my first Android and love it after having used Win Mobile for years. However, there's one app I just can't seem to find.
I want something like MyMobiler (Windows Mobile - My Mobile)
Instead of accessing my PC desktop on my phone, I was able to FULLY access my phone desktop on my pc (i.e., I could completely operate my phone on my PC which allowed me to type and enter data faster and more accurately).
Does anyone know an app that'll do this (even a non-free app would be great). I had grown so accustomed to using this application that I will now be lost if I can't find a suitable replacement.
Is it possible to develop an android application aimed at mobile devices and also use the same code to execute on windows, linux or osx as a standalone java desktop application without using an emulator? I.e. to have the look and feel of a conventional java application running standalone?
I'm having trouble downloading Desktop Visualizer on my Samsung Captivate running 2.1. I've got a market fix installed, tried using Market Access, but still no luck. Is anyone else having this issue? The only post I've found regarding this is here: Desktop Visualizer - Android Forums
coming from windows PC a program called pocket controller is exactly what i need. i dont see this in android. i found Power Desktop Demo but its still in beta and the only option works is the text messaging. I send can text messages to and from using my desktop whichs is cool but the actuall screen doesnt show up on my computer. any program out there that can enable me to do this?