There’s a new version of Postphone. Huge list of things, here’s the full changelog:
New feat Google Android Backup Service (settings and database)
Issue-001 now app keeps alarms upon reboot
Hotfix-002 now when you receive a call with unknown Caller ID,
no popup is shown
You must check or dismiss notification to remove alarm
Min SDK change from 7 to 8 (drop support for Eclair)
DatabaseHelper class replaces DBAdapter
Allow to upgrade from db v0 to db v1 and allow future upgrades
Remove old code doTheVibration() and playSound()
File rename popupcallback => popupcallback.xml
Fix some typos
Lower the number of events logged
New utility emulate-reboot
New utility insert-fake-passed-calls with support for TZ
New utilities for backup
Change tmp path in sqlite-postphone-db utility
Is disabled by default
Can now be enabled via multiple taps on version name
New menu entry "clear alarms table"
New menu entry "test PopUpAfterCall"
Design and blog:
Blog featured banner
Along with Google Play Store opening to new Buyer’s Currencies, Postphone is now available for buying in one new country: Brazil.
The price is 2,00 Brazil Real (BRL), the smallest available!
Please take a look at this page to check this amazing Android app or find it in Google Play Store.
This is part of a series of posts about useful apps to use on a rooted Android device.
AdFree removes most ads in the browser and other apps. It does this by nullifying requests to known host names in the system hosts file.
Tested version: 0.7.7
What problem does it solve?
Do you hate advertisement as I do? Get rid of it!
Technically speaking your hosts file will be modified to make apps requests to ad servers go to null pages.
- speed up browsing (less data to load)
- save some bandwidth
- save you from unwanted flashing banners
- prevent accidental touch on ads
The Bad and the Ugly
- many free apps programmers live with ads, so make your choice
- some apps will recognize the hack and they will refuse to start
- you have to start the app to check for updates
- you’ll find some black area in apps where there would have been ads
- sometimes in apps, you’ll get spinning gif waiting for banners
Hi, if you have root access to your phone, you’re probably asking what to do with this power.
I’m going to start a series of posts where I’ll write about the apps I use, but only for rooted devices.
If you are an owner of a Xperia X10 Mini Pro and if you need a not-too-simple-but-complete-guite to root your phone you can find it here.