May 11th, 2010
DroidSCP v1.4 has been released to the Android Marketplace. New features and fixes are:
- Add soft link support.
- Add DSA public and private key generation and authentication to the unlock version.
- Add time left to the transfer status.
- Fix force close on v2.1 when the screen is quickly rotated.
The key generator is located in the bottom menu when you’re in the connection screen.
May 7th, 2010
Bluetooth Power Profile v1.1 has been released to the Android marketplace. The new feature in this release is:
Smart chargers and certain trickle chargers will turn itself off when it detects the battery has been fully charged. After a while, it turns itself back on to top off the battery. This feature prevents over charging. However, that causes a problem because the Android OS sees the off/on as a charger disconnect/reconnect. The end result of that is the app turning the bluetooth radio off and on in sync with the charger.
The smart charger support allows the user to set a user definable battery trip point and the app will not run the UnPowered profile until it has detected a charger disconnect and the battery level has dropped pass the trip point. This should prevent any flapping of the radio.
May 6th, 2010
I’ve been asked several times about my apps not showing up on the UK marketplace. I’ve done some digging and found the follow thread on Google describing this problem:
Its 6 pages long so here’s the summary. It seems that Google needs to certify each handsets for compatibility with their API. From that, and the app’s manifest file (a what I’m going to use file), the marketplace determines if the app should be available to a particular handset.
This is a good idea in the sense that if the app requires an actual keyboard, and if your particular handset do not have it, then it won’t show up in your view of the marketplace. However, due to many reasons, certain handsets was not certified correctly or sometimes not at all (ie., the new firmware on the HTC Hero).
For those people that cannot see my apps. I plan to release the .apk file directly some time in the future. However, those will only be the trial or free version. I cannot sell the unlock keys directly.
May 4th, 2010
DroidSCP v1.3 has been released to the Android Market place with the following:
- Screen rotation
- Crashes on G1 when you close the keyboard should be fixed.
April 29th, 2010
Bluetooth power profile turns on/off your bluetooth radio when you plug in your phone. This application is great if you like to pair your Android phone with your car. You simply plug your phone into your car charger, bluetooth power profile automatically enables bluetooth and pairs with your car’s receiver. When you leave your car, unplug the phone and bluetooth is automatically disabled to save battery.
Bluetooth Power Profile requires Android OS v2.0 or above.
April 27th, 2010
DroidSCP v1.2 has been released with the following fixes and additions:
- fixed force close if you click on the “pause transfer” button if not connected to any servers.
- fixed DroidSCP not able to handle spaces in the directory name on the remote server during an upload.
- add ability to show hidden or dot files in the preference screen.
- add navigation arrows to move between screens (you can still use the flick gesture).
April 9th, 2010
We’re happy to report the latest addition to our lineup of Android applications. DroidSCP is a full feature SCP program for Android power devices running Android OS v1.5 or above. Read more about DroidSCP here: http://perdeas.com/?page_id=22 or follow the link in the upper right corner of this page.
January 30th, 2010
The very first Perdeas Android software has been released: Wifi Power Profile. Read more about it here http://perdeas.com/?page_id=3