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Apr/22

Time Tracking With NFC Tags On Android

Overview NFC tags are relatively cheap solution to start timers (or any other tasks in Tasker) where GPS has an accuracy up to 50 metres. An NFC tag is down to the centimetres. NFC is less of a power draw … Continue reading

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Oct/20

Automating Toggl With Android Tasker

Overview This follows on from the first post about time tracking and setting up Toggl. Automating time tracking helps alleviate the burden of remembering to start and stop timers. There maybe situations where it would not be good etiquette to … Continue reading

2

Jul/18

Android To iOS Software

Overview I switched from Android to iOS and listed what I feel are comparable apps between the 2 with any notes about them. I am predominantly Android so there will be bias towards that platform. Tasker – Workflow Tasker is … Continue reading

20

Nov/17

Android Tasker: Empty Downloaded Files Everyday

Overview A profile that runs everyday (for me at 4am) that clears or any downloaded files in the Download folder. This ensures that files that are needed are moved / filed in good time and anything else is removed. Points … Continue reading

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Feb/17

Boot Android Device On Power

Overview There’s a cool feature where from a totally powered off Android device it can boot up when a power source is connected to it. It requires root and also running a configuration command. This worked on my Nexus 7 … Continue reading

2

May/16

Android To iPhone: 6 Months Later

Overview It’s been at least 6 months since I switched from Android to iOS cold turkey. I still have and use an Android tablet running Marshmallow so I do swap between the two platforms on a daily basis although I … Continue reading

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Dec/15

Switching From Android To iPhone 6s

Overview Technically the title should read iOS instead of iPhone but hey ho. It has been a long time since I have used an iPhone full time however I made the switch mainly because of the ever increasing physical size … Continue reading

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Feb/15

Flashing Nexus 7 2013 4.4 to Android 5.0 Lollipop

Overview Flashing a new OS onto a tablet requires a computer and and USB cable so it doesn’t require a lot. All the stock images from Google are freely available to download. This is provided as a guide only and … Continue reading