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  1. Free notification service, web, mobile, native, and supports cordova. They monetise by selling the data.
  2. Article that explains the MMI codes to set voicemail diverts. *#61# to check settings, then **61*+1234567890*11*30# to set.
  3. Package containing the adb and fastboot binaries and a handful of simple shell scripts to drop them into the appropriate places on mac / linux. Nice.
  4. Install this, prey, on phone (and laptop?). It's remote wipe, track, etc software, and it's free up to 3 devices apparently.
  5. Switches for wheelchair users and other disabled uses.
  6. A remote control for Android that allows the entire device to be operated with as little as a single switch.
  7. Useful article about exporting data from revelation into a CSV ready for import into secrets, an Android password manager. Useful PHP script Revtrans which can decrypt and read the native revelation file format. Very handy.
  8. Really useful guide on how to unock and root the Nexus S. Easy enough to follow, and it actually works!
  9. A list of ROM packages for the Nexus S, migrated from the xda-developers forum.
  10. A list of ROM packages for the Nexus S, the post says it has been migrated to a new location on a blog.
  11. How to get an SSL client certificate into Firefox on Android. Copy cert9.db and key4.db from phone's SD card Androiddataorg.mozilla.firefoxfilesmozillaprofile.default to dir. Then `pk12util -i file.p12 -d sql:dir`
  12. Tips on how to use the Amazon Android google market alternative outside the US. It centres around proxying the IP into the US. Might be possible to tether to a proxied connection, could be simpler.
  13. Seems to be the best way to build cross platform mobile apps around. It's open source, free, and includes a cloud based build platform that will build an app for multiple mobile environments all "in the cloud". Easy.
  14. Funky open source web app around task management that syncs and has a client across Mac, Win, iPhone, Android. Apparently no linux support. Built on top of Titanium from appcelerator.
  15. Incredibly interesting app development platform that builds apps for all platforms (desktop & mobile, including linux, yay!) quickly with a single API. Open source, free, pay for premium support. Very, very interesting business.
  16. Nerdtastic article on using meta tags and CSS to optimise site widths for mobile devices. Delves into a vastly deep amount of detail that explains why a simple principle will usually work. Useful.
  17. Download apks of mobile firefox directly and skip the Google market bs. Very useful, was a pain in the ass finding this.
  18. Connect an android phone to a computer so that incoming notifications are sent to the computer. Very nifty, ultra nerdtastic, probably not really necessary!
  19. Some kind of alternative app market based on subscription, starts from $9.99 a year.
  20. Access to the meta data of the Android Market on a web site. Includes links to other sites, but no download facility.
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  21. List of android and other platform app stores. Includes the major ones.
  22. A Windows desktop client that allows downloading from the Android market. Requires Google username / password and some other data that appears to be sniffed off the device.
  23. Step by step instructions on how to flash the rom of the Nexus One. Only missing part is the udev rules for Ubuntu.
  24. Used these instructions to unlock the boot loader of the Nexus One.
  25. I installed the udev rules from this page on Ubuntu to get the HTC Google Android Nexus One properly recognised by Ubuntu.

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