DM,FOTA & DS with Andriod

by manoj adepu » Tue, 03 Feb 2009 11:50:04 GMT


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 HI All,

Is the source include in Android for following components DM,FOTA &
DataSync.
How the FOTA will trigger on Andriod..some the FOTA related index
items are striked out..

I would like to know about sync application like contacts & calender
etc..
plz let me know about these things..


Regards
Manoj

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DM,FOTA & DS with Andriod

by Xiaoliang Ding » Wed, 04 Feb 2009 19:25:45 GMT


 Does Android support DM & FOTA now? I do not think so.

 For sync contacts & calender, MTP is a good choice. But do not kown will
Android support it or not.

2009/2/3 manoj adepu <manojad...@gmail.com>


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