Try a program like Tasker. You can set it to activate the mobile data for as long as you want, when you want. Try the trial version and see if it will do what you want.I suppose so? You can choose the update frequency for the feeds in the settings of FeedR. But there are only a couple of choices. I set it to "every 5 minutes now", so it should hit one of the data active windows of JuiceDefender and otherwise do nothing, since it doesn't activate data by itself.
Will it automatically update when it loads up? You could get Tasker to kill it and then restart it to get the timing right.I'll definitely give Tasker a shot. The thing is that I don't know when FeedR tries to update, I just know that it does every X minutes. I suppose this is what you initially asked, so no, I can not set the frequency as a fixed time, just as a period of time between updates in FeedR.
Plug it into USB and clean out the stuff you don't want on the computer?Question: Has anyone found a nice app/program that cleans out your /sdcard folder? Whenever I enter Astro it's become a pain just to navigate with all the useless/junk folders for numerous uninstalled apps, and for a person like me its driving me crazy.
+rep!WinMo is shut down before linux runs. It's not proper dual boot yet, though, as winmo has to start first and then run haret from it. There are extremely lightweight roms out there with auto-run scripts so you get more ram for android.
Okay Darjan, rain on my parade if it makes you feel better. I'm not here to argue.You didn't have fully functional 2.2 when it was first released. I've been there with the Diamond, whatever you might say, it's not as polished as the final.
If your point is that it's working 90% as well as another Snapdragon running Android natively, then okay.And you've just proven my point.