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webOS News, Tips, and Tricks

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Official Release of LuneOS and Project Updates

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Guide: Saving Apps From The App Catalog Part 2: HP Takeout

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[...] leaves Neato! Neato opened, logged in, and not only could successfully send text or URLs to my webOS devices and browser but if you sent a message to the TouchPad, Neato would display the page! Cool! [...]

Guide: Coming (Back) to webOS in 2014, Part 2

[...] great thread on the forums about setting up a Pre3 but it can be used as a template for other webOS devices as well. Step 4: Install UberKernel Now that your phone has been sped up as much as the [...]

Are we dreaming? Skype still works!

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TIP: preware.net solutions for WOSQI, Preware v1.9.13

[...] have to do it for every computer you use WOSQI on.  You could also edit the hosts file on your webOS device(s) too found in /etc/hosts BUT same deal, every device and it does not survive a doctor. [...]

Use CalDAV to maintain Google Calendar sync

[...] API that governs this process. They will move to version 3 on the 17th of this month. For your webOS device to continue to synchronise with the calendar, it needs an update! As a webOS user, you’ve [...]

The Pre & Pixi in 2014

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Guide: Saving Apps From The App Catalog Part 2: HP Takeout

[...] from the HP servers to your computer. So, you don’t need to worry about saving them to a webOS device first. Like the noDeleteIPK patch, this method allows you to take a backup of the “cleanest” [...]

News Crumbs – 15th June 2014.

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News Crumbs – 14th February 2015

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News Crumbs – 9th JANUARY 2015

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TCL Relaunches the Palm Brand

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LG webOS watch slated for 2016 release

[...] watch is slated for a 2016 production release. Android Central has the exclusive and webOS Nation adds their own speculation. But the key to take away is that LG is building an ‘ [...]

Closing Down Sale

[...] to add your own picks. On this thread, users list what they have and are planning to get. On webOS Nation, there are many app reviews you can trawl for opinions. Those forums have been very busy with [...]

Free LG G Pad with UK purchase of a webOS TV

[...] of the British Isles? If you reside in the UK or ROI & are dithering over the purchase of a webOS TV, there is a promotion that might swing it for you, but it finishes by the end of the week (13th [...]

LG at CES 2015

[...] on TVs manufactured in 2014. That’s about it. The video is here if you want to watch. LG webOS TV is about 9 minutes in. Mr Scott Ahn, LG’s president & CTO was back as last year. It got [...]

Chicago webOS meetup this Sunday

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News Crumbs – 14th February 2015

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News Crumbs 16 November 2014

[...] to this site. Another legend! Jason Robitaille, author of Homebrew gateway program, webOS Quick Install, will be updating it and including the novacom drivers. Jason plans LuneOS support as he [...]

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[...] back guide, and that your device is ready for patching. Please note that we will be using webOS Quick Install for this process as Preware does not support installing patches that don’t come from an [...]

Guide: Saving Apps From The App Catalog Part 2: HP Takeout

[...] you can use to run HP Takeout again. If you need to reinstall your apps, Preware and WebOS Quick Install allow you to take IPKs that you backed up from the App Catalog, or downloaded from [...]

Next LuneOS Stable Release Available: Black Tie

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[...] , Preware Homebrew Documentation Developers: Remember, if you move your apps to the webOS Nation App Gallery, Preware or other available channel, you’ll be added to a linked list we will [...]

Guide: Saving Apps From The App Catalog Part 2: HP Takeout

[...] and back up whatever you can. While some apps will continue to be available through the webOS Nation App Gallery, most of these apps will be gone for good when January 15th rolls around. Save them [...]

News Crumbs – 3rd December 2014

[...] update, Preware feeds have been refreshed, so you should now see the apps added to the webOS Nation app gallery over the last few weeks. Automated updates have just been fixed too. Looking to the [...]

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[...] and back up whatever you can. While some apps will continue to be available through the webOS Nation App Gallery, for most of these apps, when January 15th rolls around, they will be gone for good. [...]

News Crumbs 16 November 2014

[...] for his recent graduation. There are problems with Photos posted to Facebook from the webOS app. The problem seems to be at the Facebook end and there’s no solution yet. Here’s the [...]

Next LuneOS stable release available: Antoccino

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