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- Wake Lock: Assure that internet is connected when checking for updates in background.
- Google Services: Obtain Android ID automatically
- Vibrate: Vibrate for notifications
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When you get in the car you simple click on the widget or tap NFC tag. Car Music Connector will enable Bluetooth for you and after Bluetooth A2DP connection will be established music will play automatically. After you leave your car Bluetooth will be disabled to conserve battery power.
Quick start using:
· Home screen widget
· Lockscreen widget (Jelly Bean 4.2)
· NFC tag tap
· Tasker plugin
Automatically do the following:
· Enable Bluetooth to make connection
· Start music playback
· Lunch any 3rd party application, Maps or Waze for example
· Disable WiFi to save power while in the car
· Enter Car mode
· Adjust music stream volume to predefined volume
When you leave the car will automatically:
· Disable Bluetooth
· Enable WiFi back (only if was disabled)
Override voice dial button to:
· Simulate play/pause key
· Open any application
· Open Google Now voice search (Jelly Bean or higher)
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Car Music Connector can work with any NFC tag. For example you can use old public transportation ticket. In case your NFC tag does not have internal ID you can enable “Any NFC tag” mode that will start Car Music Connector on any NFC tag scanned. If you have multiple NFC enabled applications on your device you may be prompted to select Car Music Connector every time you tap NFC tag. If there are no other NFC enabled applications Car Music Connector will launch automatically on NFC tag tap.
Application is designed with low battery usage in mind. It does not run any background processes while idle.
There is builtin plugin for Tasker application in the app.
Gmail client for Android lacks ability to open invitations in calendar and if someone invites you to an event using Outlook you can’t accept invitation or review event details. Invitation Plugin fixes that free of charge and without advertisement. Now you simply click on the invitation file attached to the email and you see event in Google Calendar application.
Great solution if your organization uses Google Apps and Outlook.
Google Calendar application is required to use Invitation Plugin - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.calendar.
If event is not found on your calendar you can import it using your Gmail account. Gmail automatically adds events to your calendar when it gets email with invitation. Invitation Plugin can resend ICS invitation to your Gmail email address in case you have received invitation to non-Gmail email.
Gmail should add events to your calendar automatically by default. If that does not happen please check:
http://support.google.com/calendar/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=83117 and search for Automatically add invitations to my calendar.
In addition to email attachments Invitation Plugin opens ics files received using instant messaging applications or when you browse files in file manager.
ICS file is storage for iCalendar data and used by most email clients like Outlook, Google Calendar, Thunderbird and others.