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Re: [O] Org Mobile and Adroid 2.3.6

From: Martin Butz
Subject: Re: [O] Org Mobile and Adroid 2.3.6
Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2012 13:01:40 +0100
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Am 22.12.2012 15:57, schrieb J. David Boyd:
Martin Butz <address@hidden> writes:
The next problem is, I use encryption (org-mobile-use-encryption),
which works. But how can I bring orgmobile to descrypt the files?


I think the docs in Org describe some of the pieces you are missing....
There are variables in Org-mode that control parts of that.

I am afraid not. I browsed the available documentation [1] [2] and some additional postings at various pages on the web [3], but could not get answers to my question.

E.g. concerning the decryption with mobileorg-app [2] says,

"Next, open MobileOrg and enter your encryption password in the Settings tab. Perform a sync, and you are done."

I do not have this option within the mobileorg-app (version 0.7.9).

[3] says, "MobileOrg supports encryption with APG on Android. This feature was added a while ago and works by encrypting the files on the emacs side and having the key available in APG on the Android device for decryption on the fly such that the files are stored encrypted on the server."

I did install APG on my smartphone but I do not know, if setting the option

(setq org-mobile-encryption-password "someKey") in my .emacs has anything to do with the options APG provides (public key, private key)? Or if these are totally different things.

So, if someone uses orgmobile on a smartphone running Android 2.x I'd be gratefull to know something about the configuration (especially on the smartphones side).

Thanks and merry Christmas to all

[1] https://github.com/matburt/mobileorg-android/wiki/Documentation
[2] http://mobileorg.ncogni.to/doc/
[3] e.g.: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/mobileorg-android/LqswbeNoyAQ/wIto-zZBd7oJ

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