Seriously what is up with this? I have a bunch of junk bookmarks at the top of my bookmarks list that has been added to my new Galaxy Note 2 by Verizon. What makes me so upset is that Verizon has decided I should have no choice but to stare at and not be able to delete any of their junk bookmarks.
I am looking for a camera app, for my Galaxy S2, that allows me to change the settings to predetermined set i.e presets. Say Preset 1 - Flash on, Single shot, iso 100, Guidelines on etc. Preset 2 - Flash off, Action shot, ISO 400, Metering Spot etc. Preset 3 - another set of settings.
This means I can quickly change the settings without scrolling through menus.
Are there any Android PDF viewers with support for user-defined bookmarks? I mean bookmarks the user can set at arbitrary locations in a PDF document (e.g. for recording the last read page), not the predefined TOC bookmarks that come with the file.
EDIT: I'm equally interested in PDF viewers that, although they may not provide bookmarks, keep track of the last read page.
I am trying to stream to twitch.tv using the following ffmpeg command http://www.creativetux.com/2012/11/s...ith-linux.html
and the ffmpeg preset is quality "medium". How can I find out what the bitrate is for that preset? Can someone please post all the libx264 presets and their settings for each preset. I can't find them anywhere. Thanks!
I'm into shifting to android world for the first time, and have never experienced the work or use of any android device. Now that i'm going to use an Android smart-device, I know that I have to re-purchase all the apps I had purchased on my iPhone.
I can't get rid of an existing pdf's BOOKMARKS. I tried via Terminal with pdftk and pdfoutline but it's not effective.
My plan was to make a copy of the pdf, without the metadata (which includes bookmarks) through pdftk and then apply an outline with pdfoutline. Do you know a way to eliminate exiting bookmarks or override them?
Hi there... I dont think I have seen this in the tf201 forums so here goes... It annoyed me that JB stopped synchronizing bookmarks to the default browser (Not Chrome). Found this on the tf700 forums and confirm it works for tf201. My browser is now in sync!
Big up to sbdags for the post! Quote: It's the Google chrome sync app that was included in ics.