OK, so with my brand new Galaxy Nexus running Ice Cream Sandwich
(4.something), it should be fine?
Quoting Francis Swasey <[log in to unmask]>:
> The bit that Greg (and Andrew) didn't share with you is that we have
> an ongoing problem with
> Android phones and the Oracle Calendar server. You can use the
> SYNCML product, but if your
> Android OS version is not at least 2.3, you will have to disable SSL
> error checking to get it
> to work with the SSL certificate we installed on the Calendar server
> this fall.
> On 12/15/11 12:50 PM, J. Greg Mackinnon wrote:
>> Others may have more detailed answers, but I can tell you that the
>> "Synthesis SyncML" client
>> used for most other mobile devices is also available for Android:
>> ($22 for Standard, $52 for Pro)
>> More info on the product versions here:
>> Configuration of the product is pretty similar between different
>> devices. The instructions
>> for Apple iOS should get you 95% of the way there on Android:
>> -J. Greg Mackinnon | ETS Systems Architecture and Administration | x68251
>> On 12/15/2011 12:35 PM, Helen Read wrote:
>>> So I finally dumped my old flip phone and got a shiny new Galaxy
>>> Nexus. I got on the UVM
>>> wireless OK and have UVM email working.
>>> Next up, is there any way to sync with Oracle Calendar and/or get
>>> Google Calendar to talk to
>>> This page implies it is possible to sync Oracle to an Android phone:.
>>> But looking around under Android, one comes to the following
>>> rather uninformative page.
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