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Old December 14th, 2012, 01:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just moved from an iPhone to a Galaxy SIII, can't find a good Calendar. I need one that has very flexible scheduling, for example: the 3rd Tuesday of every month, every other week on Wednesday, every 3rd day, etc. I had a great one on my iPhone, but they do not yet write for Android.

Does anyone know of a Calendar like this? Free would be great, but I would pay for it as well, IF IT WORKS!

Also, if you have some to stay away from it would be nice to know.

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Old December 14th, 2012, 04:12 PM   #2 (permalink)
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From memory Gemini Calendar had lots of odd recurring periods such as these. Or use your PC/Mac and just sync to the phone.

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Old December 15th, 2012, 09:44 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I appreciate all the help! I do have one question... I'm an old guy, and I spent a lot of time in a "HIGH Security" environment, as a result I have to wonder why ANY app would be enabled to read all of your information and SEND E-MAIL Unknown to you!?!?!? Whisky Foxtrot Tango. Maybe I am just too paranoid, but...
Any light that can be shed on this would be appreciated.

For those of you who answered, if I can get over my paranoia I believe Gemini will be tried first, then Business Calendar, then Jorte. Thanks again for your help.
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I have an appointment that is set for every third Wednesday of the month, sort of similar to your quest. I do that on the stock calendar, but I set it on the PC end... never tried it on the droid end.
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Old December 15th, 2012, 10:10 PM   #7 (permalink)
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.... Whisky Foxtrot Tango. . .
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?
Omar Days and hstroph like this.
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I use the Military and/or Pilot Phonetic Alphabet (at least what pilots used back in the mid 60s).

If you were to talk on radio about a CD you liked you would "spell it" as Charlie Delta.

You may take it from there...
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I use the Military and/or Pilot Phonetic Alphabet (at least what pilots used back in the mid 60s).

If you were to talk on radio about a CD you liked you would "spell it" as Charlie Delta.

You may take it from there...
Yep, I'm a pilot and ex-Navy.

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I'm going to the slopchute for some Midrats and gedunks."


"This is 6342 Whiskey passing the outer marker .... "
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. . .Maybe I am just too paranoid, but...
You want *paranoid*?
Run the tPacketCapture utility and read the results with Shark Reader.

If you filter and interpret the results properly you will find *shocking* continuous uploads of information about you as your phone repeatedly reports in to the "motherships".

You should disable your Internet data connection before you launch Shark and "kill" Shark before re enabling data because Shark is a bad boy that reports information about you to *its* "mothership".


What, *ME* paranoid?
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I use the Military and/or Pilot Phonetic Alphabet
...so Whisky Foxtrot Tango means WFT? What Fe Thuck?
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...so Whisky Foxtrot Tango means WFT? What Fe Thuck?
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Yep, I'm a pilot and ex-Navy.

"Alpha Mike Foxtrot
I'm going to the slopchute for some Midrats and gedunks." ....
Alpha Mike Foxtrot (AMF)
means
"Adios My Friend"

Of course some people use *other* interpretations for the "MF".


"AMF" is engraved on *my* side of the sterling silver glass-bottomed beer mug that my shipmates gave me when I left the Navy. As I stood on the pier in Spain my former shipmates and I exchanged "salutes" and yelled "AMF" to each other as they went out to sea and I went to the airport to fly home to the States to become a civilian and return to my girlfriend.
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To all... Just checked in and read the follow-ups. Nice to see the Military represented, and to recall some good memories (yes, my ETS was one of the best :-)). Thanks for the smiles.
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(yes, my ETS was one of the best :-)).
Were you a skimmer?
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