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Re: mobile org

From: Alex Roper
Subject: Re: mobile org
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 18:14:34 -0800
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I meant the standard one in termux, so this probably won't work for you

One other thought, if your only concern with orgzly is Dropbox, you
might consider an open source alternative such as Syncthing. I used to
use that on my computers and phone to sync my org before moving to
termux. By default it does use some sort of cloud locator service for
NAT hole punching etc, but I believe you can turn that off.

In general, though I do wish there were more options in this space.


On 11/17/19 6:03 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
> I can't do that unless termux emacs is a different application from
> termux since I'm using talkback on android and termux and talkback work
> strangely together.
> On Sun, 17 Nov 2019, Alex Roper wrote:
>> Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 19:13:48
>> From: Alex Roper <address@hidden>
>> To: Jude DaShiell <address@hidden>, address@hidden
>> Subject: Re: mobile org
>> I use termux + emacs personally, and then sync with git from the command
>> line. It's obviously not especially phone-optimized UX, typing on a
>> command line...but depending on your needs and alternatives it may be
>> acceptable.
>> Alex
>> On 11/17/19 4:01 PM, Jude DaShiell wrote:
>>> Will mobile org work in Android PI?  If not, any good alternatives beyond
>>> orgsly available?  I don't like to have to use dropbox and would like to
>>> plug a usb cord into my computer and synchtronize my orgmode files that
>>> way if possible.  Last time mobile org got updated was 2013 according to
>>> google play store unless later updates happened by git or github.  Mobile
>>> org donate also had a 2013 last update in the google play store too and I
>>> wouldn't have minded paying for that if it would work with Android Pi and
>>> would also work with android Q.
>>> --

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