The idea is good, but Google will remove the app from the Play store for this.Suggestion: dynamic auth error Messages instead of statically implemented ones. See
So instead of the fixed condition throwing an exception, you could read a file from your GitHub repo containing an up to date list in case of some error and then dynamically throw the corresponding error.
Upside: you can dynamically set a touple of provider and error. It does not require an app-update to display an error message or to get rid of an out of date error message.
Please see here about what auto optimize does
My guess is that you are using the search index. Please read the text below the on/off switch for searching via the search index.
Please see this FAQ:
Thanks, I misunderstood this button ... ;-)Please see this FAQ:
tl;dr; there will be a save button in the top action bar after searching. At the same place there will be a delete button when using a saved search.
Maybe someone suggested an article, it could have been me ;-)So now even XDA has found out about this OAuth bug, through an external forum
Users with Outlook accounts have been having issues syncing email with third-party clients. and a brolen OAuth certificate is to blame.www.xda-developers.com