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Re: encrypted text file cross platform
I'm not comparing them. But they can both do the same functions within their limits.
Originally Posted by still1
Phones are high end compared to any other computing device but do have limitations. Android already opens files in dropbox and saves files to dropbox using OfficeSuite Pro with an xls file. Which is much more complex than a simple text file. The difference is the text file is encrypted, but that should not matter to Android or dropbox.
its a mobile phone and mobile phones are not meant to be high end compared to PC. There is no OS out there which Android can do right now. ie, dropbox question
Android can do it and does. Also dropbox also works with Android and OfficeSuite so it is not a dropbox problem.
iOS? Wp8? Blackberry? Symbian? none can do what you are doing(your dropbox question) in your Android, not even close.
BTW I have been into computers since 1974, I have built computers repaired computers and taught computers. So I know there is a difference in a phone and a desktop/laptop.
The problem is probably in the app it's self but could be in the handling requirements of Android for it's ability to read a file in order to know what to do with it.