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It’s been a few days now since I bought a Galaxy S5301, and I’ve slowly started putting stuff where it belongs
Occasionally, local electronics stores here in Norway offer up entry level Android phones for ridiculously low prices. I’ve let those chance slip in the past,
I have lots of small Tasker creations that I use often, but tinker with rarely, because they “just work”. One of them is my laundry
Tasker is hard to learn, which is why my many articles on the subject actually have a purpose. It’s also why every Tasker forum out
I’ve basically stopped using Tasker’s built-in notification creation actions altogether, because AutoNotification simply does it better. Very often I use the option to make a
I’ve previously written about what you can do to debug Tasker creations you make and try to find out why something’s not working. The latest
Last week, I wrote about how I started looking into using sqlite with Tasker, with my first creation being an add-on for a postal tracking
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote an article about an accessory I had found on DealExtreme, that could be a very nice AutoVoice accessory
The official app for the Norwegian postal service is decent, but it’s lacking one feature that I’ve wanted for ages: the ability to check for
Every so often, I find myself needing to put a small bit of information in a readily accessible place for a short period of time.