** Android 4.3 and higher currently is not tested in full. **
** HTC Users, due to system file protection, S-OFF is required (can works with S-ON for new phones) **
TimeZone Fixer is a small program which updates Android timezone files to the latest version (see "What's new" section). It is useful if the time zone changed in your area, or Daylight Saving Time has been abandoned or adopted.
1.Choose and add cities you wanted, if you want to know the time, date of any city.
2.Have the function of searching for cities.
3.If you want to add new city, you can click fork to cancel the other old.
4.The clock is beautiful, display white in the day, deep blue in the night.
3D World Time displays the current time around the globe.
Cities are yellow if currently in daylight or blue if in the dark. The line length is proportional to the city population.
Spin the globe and pinch to zoom.
OPTIONAL: In app payment to remove the advert and support dev.
(If you have any issue please email your device, OS version and full description of the problem).
This application is only usable from ClockSync 1.1.6 and later, it has no launcher icon or any user interface. Don't install unless instructed to do so by ClockSync.
Based on Joda Time 2.0 library and Olson tz database this app provides up to date information on time zones, offsets and daylight time saving transition rules to ClockSync. It works as a service started on demand and queried by ClockSync.
Most Android devices have outdated 2010k version of this data used by the system. In some countries time zone offsets and daylight saving time to standard time transition rules have changed recently, it means that your phone may show incorrect time or switch to incorrect offset making you late for some important event. Russia, Belorussia and some other countries are suffering from the outdated zoneinfo on Android phones. This database is intended to solve the problem.
Since not all ClockSync users can benefit from it and because the size of the data is more than 2x times the size of ClockSync itself, I made it a separate application, keeping ClockSync distribution size small and making it possible to install the database on demand and to the SD card.
To use this database you need to enable "Offline database" option in ClockSync time zone settings and select your time zone from the suggested list of ~400 canonical time zone identifiers. When this option is enabled, ClockSync will set time zone according to the rules from the database instead of your system, it also includes transitions from daylight saving time to standard time and back if applicable for the selected time zone.
I plan to keep this database updated and synchronized with the upcoming Olson tz database releases, so that you can be sure that your device is always using up to date time zones.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact me by e-mail.
NOTE: may take 10-15 seconds till ClockSync recognizes that the database is installed.
Comes with a handy map showing the locations of the timezones.
No need to worry about waking up your aunt in America or missing out on that online event set to start at 7PM EST. This app will give you a quick overview of the current time in the 4 commonly used timezones in America.
No need to get out your clunky world clock and having to manually set your desired location, simply open up US Timer and in a single glance get all the information you need.
This app was made on request for a Reddit user who had very few feature requests. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
Supports from -12 to +14 UTC, and has options for Daylight Savings.
Not only will it tell you the time, but it'll also tell you whether it's the previous, same or next day.
Oh, and my first app too.
-Network Premissions is for the ads only.
-Very small size (40kb) but is also App2SD compatible.
It also runs what-if scenarios to calculate what the time for you will be in other time zones. This is especially useful if you need to know what time a games downtime (MMO like Warcraft, Rift or Everquest), web conference, sports event, live webcast or podcast is.
You can then send these events direct to your calendar from within the app.
eg. There is a web conference in New York at 7pm. What time will that be for me in Sydney, Australia.
Timezone converting made quick and easy. You can also use it to see what the time is in other timezones.
Please note: The Send to Calendar function is only available in ICS (4.0.3) and above. I am unsure how it will work or if it will on devices before that.
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Tablets are now supported with a redesigned UI!
If you prefer not get adverts, or have the google analystics running, you are now able to buy the paid version of the app. The paid version requires no extra permissions.
KEYWORDS: timezone, time zone, calculator, converter, international, country, calendar
Refreshed with Material design, a simple world clock right on your home screen exactly the way you want it.
Custom Time zone
Custom Background color
Custom label, text size and color
Set application shortcuts by tapping clock
To add this widget, simply long press on your home screen and select Simple World Clock Widget.
This widget will allow you to turn on the portable WiFi hotspot feature on your Android smartphone with a single touch.
1-The BEST and EASIEST way to share your Internet. This app is a widget that shows the ID and KEY of the hotspot so now is very easy to share them with your friends.
2-Remember: You just can share your data plan connection, not the Wifi.
3-Check before if your carrier allow the Wifi hotspot (Wireless tethering) option.
4-You phone will turn into a wifi. You friends would be able to use your internet connection as a wifi.
5-Using your phone as a hotspot wifi, you will save money, because you don't have to pay for a wifi plan at home.
HOW TO CONFIGURE YOUR HOTSPOT:
(Android Jelly Bean and Kitkat): Settings->More..->Tethering & portable hotspot->Setup Wi-Fi hotspot
NOTE: Not Working on Samsung GALAXY S5 right now!
It may not work in some devices.
- Samsung Galaxy S Advance (GT-I9070/P)
- Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 (GT-I8160)
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300/I9305)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9500/I9505)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (GT-N7100)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (GT-N8000)
- Motorola Moto G (XT1028/31/32/33/34)
- LG Nexus 4
* If you want to add a device to the list pm details and a kernel thread to have an example and I will update as soon as possible.
It's pretty easy, just follow simple few steps:
- Press "Check compatibility button"
- Select a valid kernel image
Does it increase binary counter? No.
Do I need to be rooted? Yes, of course.
Why is it for? With this tool you can flash kernels without a PC in your Android, easy and safer than never, just select the kernel image, flash and reboot.
Why is it safer? It has MD5 checksum to verify that your file is not corrupted, you must want to check it before flashing...
I have soft bricked my device flashing an mp3 file (?) what can I do? Flash with odin again, you can optionally flash the kernel only.
CHANGELOG AND EXTRA INFO:
Original thread on XDA developers forum: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=37704398