Difference between revisions of "CalDAV Clients/Android"

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Of course if nobody buys me a phone I'll eventually end up buying myself one (probably around Feb 2010, as a 50th birthday present for myself :-) [[User:Karora|Karora]] 08:47, 9 October 2009 (UTC)
 
Of course if nobody buys me a phone I'll eventually end up buying myself one (probably around Feb 2010, as a 50th birthday present for myself :-) [[User:Karora|Karora]] 08:47, 9 October 2009 (UTC)
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:I'm unable to sponsor a phone, but I'd really love an Android application that gives me access to CalDav calendars other than the Google calendar service. Since you're planning on getting one, why not hack on the application already, so it's ready to use when you have your phone? ;) It should be possible with the [http://developer.android.com/ SDK] (which contains an emulator). If you need a tester, you can count on me (I have an Android phone, the HTC Dream / G1 to be precise). BTW, thanks for your great work on DaviCal! --[[User:Patrick Nagel|Patrick Nagel]] 09:31, 16 October 2009 (UTC)

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As at September 2009 the Android Calendar Application does not support CalDAV.

Here's the bug requesting CalDAV support in Android. Go forth and vote!

Or even consider working on it. If someone obtained me an android phone I would get it going myself, either by building an app probably using caldav4j and developing the front-end, or by hacking CalDAV support into the existing calendaring app.

Of course if nobody buys me a phone I'll eventually end up buying myself one (probably around Feb 2010, as a 50th birthday present for myself :-) Karora 08:47, 9 October 2009 (UTC)

I'm unable to sponsor a phone, but I'd really love an Android application that gives me access to CalDav calendars other than the Google calendar service. Since you're planning on getting one, why not hack on the application already, so it's ready to use when you have your phone? ;) It should be possible with the SDK (which contains an emulator). If you need a tester, you can count on me (I have an Android phone, the HTC Dream / G1 to be precise). BTW, thanks for your great work on DaviCal! --Patrick Nagel 09:31, 16 October 2009 (UTC)