iCal Import/Export CalDAV

Submitted by Jochus on Sun, 09/12/2018 - 11:13 | Posted in: Android
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A very nice application on Android is the iCal Import/Export CalDAV

iCal Import/Export CalDAV 3.2
is the ultimative import/export/sync app for your android calendar with first class support for everyone.
See always what's happening, nothing is hidden from the user.

Feature overview
Import, export, sync, transfer, archive, calendar editing, deleting, changing, a very cool Widget, and much more!

You can import and export from various sources and to various destinations:
★Internal/external storage

Create, edit or delete android calendars

Pro Features
(In free version 14 days testable after first start)

Scheduled Import/Export
Plan your imports and exports and run them in specific intervals.
You can also limit planned operations to a specific WLAN.

CalDAV Android 4.0 and above, events only
State of the art CalDAV implementation, featuring WebDAV Sync.
You can also limit the synchronization to a specific WLAN.
★Most SabreDAV based servers
★Many others, but they are not tested
★No support of mailbox.org, memotoo and Yahoo
More CalDAV information: http://www.drlue.tk/ical/?page_id=284

Extra Features
★Transfer calendars
★Purge calendars
★Archive calendars

Google Shared Calendar not showing up on Android device

Submitted by Jochus on Sun, 09/12/2018 - 11:06 | Posted in: Android
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A Google Calendar has been shared to another person. In the web application, the application shows up fine in the other account. But when the other person wants to view the shared calendar on his Android phone, it doesn't seem to work. That person is using the "native" calendar app of Android.

  • Install Google Calendar app
  • Open Google Calendar app
  • Go to Settings and open Agendas
  • Search for the agenda which you are missing in the native app
  • When opening that calendar, there's a button Synchronize which is turned off -> turn it on
  • Remove Google Calendar app
  • Reboot phone
  • Open native calendar app => the shared calendar now seems to popup

Add Google Calendar back to chrome://apps and create a launcher in Ubuntu Dock

Submitted by Jochus on Fri, 27/07/2018 - 08:07 | Posted in: Linux
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  • Navigate to calendar.google.com
  • Press F12 to bring up the Developer Tools Panel.
  • Click the Console tab.
  • Google an icon of your choosing by typing "Google Calendar.ico" into Google Images
  • Paste this code in, replacing the "link.href" part with your chosen icon and press enter:
    (function() {
        var link = document.querySelector("link[rel*='icon']") || document.createElement('link');
        link.type = 'image/x-icon';
        link.rel = 'shortcut icon';
        link.href = '<a href="https://png.icons8.com/color/1600/google-calendar.png';&#10">https://png.icons8.com/color/1600/google-calendar.png';&#10</a>;    document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(link);

    You'll notice the web page's icon will change.
  • Click the '...' button > More tools... > Create shortcut > "Google Calendar"
  • Go to chrome://apps or click the Apps button in the top-left of your browser and you should see the new high quality icon there
  • Right click on the app and pick: Create shortcuts ...
  • Check Applications Menu
  • In the Ubuntu launcher, search for your app
  • Right click on the app and choose Add to favorites

VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch DX en Explor@ Park: "VTech Product kon niet gevonden worden"

Submitted by Jochus on Sun, 07/01/2018 - 19:30 | Posted in: Windows
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Bij het aankoppelen van een VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch DX (via USB) aan de PC (software: Explor@ Park), krijgen we volgende foutmelding:
VTech Product niet gevonden. Sluit het VTech product aan op de computer, zet het product aan en probeer opnieuw.


Aan de achterzijde van het uurwerk zit een pinnetje. Zet het pinnetje in de '0' stand. Wacht 30 seconden en plaats het terug in de '1' stand. Vervolgens probeer je opnieuw aan te koppelen. Het toestel kan nu wél geregistreerd worden.