• Export/Backup to ics file
• Import from SD card or server
• Supports ics (iCal, iCalendar) files
Source code/Bug reports/Translations
What exactly is this supposed to do? Where does it put the ICS file? I can't find the file anywhere. It isn't showing up anywhere on the phone's files when I try to access them on my computer. It isn't syncing with my google calendar. I can name the file and click ok, and it is exported... where? Into the ether? How the hell do I access it when I factory reset my phone? I downloaded this to back up my phone calendar, since google helpfully won't give the option to sync it.
Can only speak as I find but every version I have had of this has synced into my Google calendar perfectly. Many thanks chaps!
All data use
I had high hopes for this as I've been using Offline Calendar for years, and it's superb. This is exasperating though, I cannot get it to even transfer data correctly between calendars on 2 identically set up devices using calendars created by Offline Calendar. Get error on export "Property [ORGANIZER] must be specified at least once" unless Permissive Export is ticked in Settings. It doesn't transfer all-day events correctly - when it's spread over more than 1 day it only transfers the first day. Adds unwanted extra "Attending" query that's not in the original. The HELP is rudimentary, so it's difficult to find solutions. Android 4.2.2
Never thought it would be so easy. Does exactly what it says.
Just what I needed it to do. Import a ICS calendar link to my gmail account.
Excellent. Along with "Offline Calendar" from same developer, has been a lifesaver.
Works quickly and smoothly importing .ics files into Google Calendar
Program quickly imported ICS file w/o any overhead of crud/unwanted load.
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Worked perfectly so far thanks
I keep getting a Null Pointer Exception trying to export my calendar.