About 20 results for figo - Page 1New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim ... got one. It is a Figo (Speak Out) Android (Marshmallow) phone ... Suggestions For Android e-reader Requested by Reverend Jim ... SpeakOut pay-as-you-go FiGO Ultra. It's got everything ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by vasuma4 Good. Thank you for sharing this. Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim The problems just kept piling up. Calibre kept reporting a communication error and nothing was showing up in Explorer so I reset to factory and started from scratch. Everything is working as expected. Of course I now know how to open txt files as html. ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by rproffitt I've seen that. Since the file system changes may not be seen by the file explorer I know to try closing the app and relauching or rebooting the phone. (Added with edit) To close the explorer app I tap the SQUARE icon at the screen bottom and swipe or ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim As a closing gripe, when I cable to the phone I can open Explorer to the SD card. Even though I have copied several files to the card and can open them on the phone, the Explorer window shows no files present. Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by rproffitt Getting there. Parting comment. On low memory Androids we trim the fat by going to Settings, Apps then find the apps we don't use and are careful not to do the following to system apps. Look at an app you never use then see if it has a DISABLE ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim Figures. Android comes with a file explorer but I have to install another one. With all the crap that came bundled I am getting "low storage" notifications. I installed a 32 gig SD card but apparently I have only two options 1. Install it as ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by rproffitt That's something that I would call "Create a shortcut to a file or folder in Android" on google. Something like https://www.google.com/search?q=Create+a+folder+shortcut+android+file+explorer And sure enough it has us install some file ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim OK. I have a workaround. If I 1. Press menu 1. swipe left 1. press Settings 1. Scroll down 1. Press Storage & USB 1. Scroll down 1. Press Explore 1. Select Docs 1. Press `medical history.txt` 1. Press `Open with HTML Viewer` The file ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim No. It's more like being dropped into a foreign land without a phrasebook and no way to speak the language. The biggest hurdle is not learning a new way to do things, it's trying to get the information on how to do things a new way. None of this shit ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by rproffitt At first it may be a technical quagmire as you figure out how to copy, where to place the file in the Android file system. The biggest hurdles appear to be getting used to the new way of things. It's like I droped you into a foreign land with no maps or ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim Doesn't really help. Somehow a simple operation like 1. Copy my file to my phone 1. Look at it has become a technical nightmare. In any case, using the complicated procedure, I still end up with a file on my phone that I can't look at offline. Am I ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by dwlamb I have a medical situation also and keep an extensive amount of my own records on my phone. For transferring data from my pc to my phone, Wi-Fi Droid works very well. It sets your phone as a server while activated and provides a URL in the app which ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim I connected the phone via USB then browsed to `Internal Storage` and created the folder `Docs`. I then copied `medical history.txt` to that folder. When I use the phone's file manager to open the file it says `saving`, then `Upload/Conversion Error. An ... Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by rproffitt I wonder where that file is at. For example on Dropbox that file could be in their cloud but when I connect I can view it when offline. You may wish to copy that file while online to some folder of your choice. Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by Reverend Jim How did it hppen that I can't look at a file on my phone unless I am online? Re: New Android Phone is a Royal Pain by rproffitt In short, there is no manual and if there was this would be specific to your model and version OS. Since Android had no less than 10 versions and some hundred plus makers the only constant is there is no consistancy. At the office I work on our Android ... Re: Suggestions For Android e-reader Requested by Reverend Jim Got it. Thanks. Re: Suggestions For Android e-reader Requested by rproffitt There's probable a Reddit for that. -> https://www.reddit.com/r/androidapps/comments/627zrl/can_you_guys_advice_me_a_good_ebook_reader/ I tried Lithium and didn't see and adverts.