Android is an Operating System maintained by Google. It is based of of Linux and relies heavily on Java for it’s programs to run.
I personally like the freedom Android provides by being an open system based off of open sourced coding. Many of the features and abilities Linux has can be done within Android.
A new update has been release for Time Off Tracker. The update changes the look and feel of the app and it added a pay version which will automatically update your time off based on a schedule. Make sure you pick it up on Google Play.
Time Off Tracker
There was a Jelly Bean update accidently released around Christmas time. You can download the file from this link and then copy it onto an SD-Card and update the phone using these directions:
- Turn off the phone
- Hold The Power Button, Volume Up and Volume Down buttons… I know it is awkward but that is the only way to do it…
- A Boot Screen will appear, use the volume down button to go to Recovery
- Press the volume up button to select it
- When you see the Android bot with the exclamtion mark press both the Up and Down Volume buttons.
- A menu will open up use the volume down button to move to “install update from external storage”
- Press the power button
- Use the volume down button to highlight the file on your SD Card and then press the power button again.
- Enjoy the Update!
It does take a little while to install the update since it has to change a lot so don’t worry if it seems like it is never ending.
A new version of time Piard tracker has been released. It is a minor update which will allow the app to back up the settings and your time off so that if you reinstall the Apollo your settings will come back.
This is the first update but more are planned for the near future.