Further proof that Android isn’t as open as you might think.

Without significant hacking around you cannot sync a Linux-based phone with a GNU/Linux-based PC

I still can’t figure out why Google would choose to support Microsoft Exchange over SyncML in their supposedly “open” OS — sure the former is near-ubiquitous but the latter is an open standard.


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