[jp] Jpilot wish list - Android phone related
nb at dagami.org
Fri Dec 16 11:36:16 EST 2011
Passwordwallet is a quiet good solution I use since this summer when I
said goodbye to Keyrings and my Palm TX
I have tried it on Iphone and Windows?
I don't have any Android phone to try it.
It also works with different Palm oses.
The same database can be shared that's what I do.
Unfortunately, there's no Linux version, and I didn't find any API.
Le 16/12/2011 16:22, Ron K. Jeffries a écrit :
> B-Folders does NOT use or require a data plan, it is a local sync
> over LAN, Wi-Fi or USB. Pretty slick actually. I snot open source
> and costs $15 (one license for all desktops).
> From: JointLogic (I have ZERO affiliatiin, I just think it is
> a pretty darned good program).
> Ron K. Jeffries
> On Fri, Dec 16, 2011 at 06:55, James E. LaBarre<j.e.labarre at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 12/15/2011 12:55 PM, Laurent ROCHE wrote:
>>> I've told about this, here, many times, or you could have a look at my
>>> blog, or Google is your friend !
>>> But since I am a nice guy here is the link
>> UPM still has the limitation that it requires you to be always online. Which
>> means having to have an expensive data plan if you expect to use the
>> database while away from your computer. GNU Keyring didn't require that.
>> You could sync between JPilot and the PalmOS side and carry the password
>> database around with you without ever having to go online. *AND* it had the
>> advantage of doing *record-level* synchronization. Simply copying files back
>> & forth is a significant step backwards; if we do nhave record-level
>> synchronization, we are not getting any closer to restoring the
>> functionality we had *before* the death of the PDA.
>> "Smartphones" are not so smart as the companies hawking them (and the
>> cellular companies ready and willing to sucker us in) would like you to
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