In the Play Store, there's an app called Real Reboot that claims not to need your phone to be rooted. I haven't tried it, and apparently it doesn't work on all phones, but it gets moderately good reviews.
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....Right now we have a slightly schizophrenic situation where we have a true community forum that is fairly diverse in its interests, and an old school static website (that is much harder to update) with more narrowly focused software.I'm a software enthusiast but not a coder. I find DC an invaluable source of information and discussion, with an unusually welcoming atmosphere. The site is also amazingly easy to navigate; even though the forum is very active, I am often astonished at how quickly and efficiently I can find the threads that interest me. I'm mentioning these things because I hope that any changes to the site will not come at the expense of the features I most value.
In many ways these two aspects of the site complement one another -- but in some ways they don't and create friction and confusion.-mouser (March 03, 2015, 10:09 AM)
Where can I find the mobile version? I'd like to compare it with the "normal" version of the site that I see on my Android tablet and my Android phone using the Pale Moon for Android browser. It shows me the site just as I would see it on my desktop computer, but smaller. I see the same layout, the same graphics, etc.Test if the format needs to be more adapted to smart-phones.-Curt (March 02, 2015, 06:12 PM)
There is a mobile version of the site. It's all text, however- not sure if SMF has mobile forum themes.-wraith808 (March 02, 2015, 06:49 PM)
As per the subject title: Pale Moon on Google PlayThanks very much, 4wd, for posting about the new Android version of Pale Moon. I just tried it, and I was quite impressed. Most of the browsers I've tried (on both my Nexus 7 tablet and my smartphone) often don't format the web pages well. To my surprise, Pale Moon does a very good job. It may turn out to have problems I haven't yet discovered, but at least for now, it has become my browser of choice on both tablet and phone.-4wd (February 28, 2015, 04:27 AM)
Been using it off and on for a while now. Not sure if I like it or not.Can you say a bit more about what you're not liking? And, for that matter, what you do like?-Innuendo (February 28, 2015, 06:26 PM)
Beta version is up with sync-support.Mouser, I downloaded the Dropbox app for Android from the Play Store onto my tablet and my phone and set up a free Dropbox account. I then indicated in WhenLast (v. 1.41) on both my tablet and my phone that I wanted to sync via dropbox. A box popped up asking Ready to Link to Your Dropbox Account? I said yes, and I then clicked on Allow. Alas, an Error message appeared saying "Only a limited set of users can receive access tokens while this app is in development mode." I tried again, and got the same message. ???-mouser (February 04, 2015, 05:06 PM)
I'm looking at dropbox sync api and adding support for automatic sync'ing across apps.Sounds appealing. I don't currently have a dropbox account, but if/when you add a sync capability using dropbox, perhaps I'll get myself a free account and try it out.-mouser (February 02, 2015, 08:29 PM)