@rfc2822 Thanks for the explanation, makes sense! If ICSDroid can’t omit downloading the whole .ics file, wouldn’t a “time limit” at least lighten the burden for creating entries in the Android calendar (and in consequence speed up any application displaying this smaller calendar)?
Backup and restore configured profiles?
I’m on custom ROMs and used to regularly wiping and restoring my device. Using Titanium Backup this is mostly a breeze - except for DavDroid: I do have several different owncloud accounts, each one with Calendar and Addresses, and end up manually adding them again over and over again; Titanium Backup doesn’t seem to back up / restore these configurations well.
Is there any way to backup and restore the profiles configured in DavDroid? If so, how to use it?
TIA and all the best,
Unfortunately there is no way to backup profiles of DAVdroid. You need to configure it again.
@devvv4ever Ok, thanks anyway. Is this somewhere on your roadmap, be it by exporting/importing, by supporting Titanium Backup or by backing up through the Google mechanisms if around?
Fine idea. I hope we can find this option in a next version.
This feature is not directly on our roadmap, but “Managed DAVdroid” (which basically will be a special version of DAVdroid for Businesses and Organizations – we’re currently in the final planning phase for this) will have the ability to be configured via a file. If a file is present DAVdroid will auto-detect this on startup and configure itself. We need such a mechanism so that DAVdroid can be mass-deployed (organizations basically need to be able to install apps on hundreds and thousands of devices without setting each one up separately). So maybe – at least to a certain extent – this feature will also come to the single-user license I’ll keep you up-to-date!