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For those who still trying to complete the challenges, here's <strong>MY GUIDE</strong>
For those who can't open it, try use GOOGLE DOC app instead
O ideal será mesmo teres acesso a um computador, que em telemóvel não dá muito jeito.
DIto isto, em Android o que queres é Google Docs (e não Google Drive). Para criares um novo documento, clica no círculo com o (+) no canto inferior direito.
Pra montar o currículo pode usar esse app aqui:
Quanto ao resto, cara... Procura alguma universidade federal/ estadual próxima. Algumas (não todas) liberam os PCs da biblioteca pro público. Lembro que meu curso técnico federal liberava tbm
For notes, there's Google Docs, Google Sheets, Evernote, OneNote, probably lots of others. If you just want to sync .txt files or something, you could use Dropbox/Box/Google Drive/OneDrive. You could even use Dropbox/OneDrive to sync MS Office documents, since Word/etc. are available on Android for free. I personally like Adobe's PDF viewer on Android, but there are other options.
Roll20 has an Android app as well, if you use that.
If you have a Chromecast and a TV, you could use the Chromecast app to put pictures or music up on the TV from an Android device. You may also find LocalCast useful.
If you like/play Exalted, Exalted Random might have some use to you.
For random generation of just about anything, I really like Archivist Elements. It does so much so well that I really can't recommend it enough if you like to use random generators for things.
When it comes to tracking initiative, I don't have any specific recommendations; I used one a long time ago that was customizable (let you define your own pools, names for them e.g. HP/mana/etc, whether they could go above their cap, etc.), but I don't remember what it was called and I really doubt it'd be that great on today's devices. You can always take a look around, though.
You can try Google Docs https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.docs.editors.docs
Sticking with Google would be Docs.
Tens que ter esta.
I manage to write till No.31 challenge for now and thanks to /u/Reireiton manage to fill out the rest of the important part first, so this guides feels almost complete that's why i decided to release it for now, I'll try complete the rest on this coming weekends if possible, and again sorry for the waits 🤕
Is must say this league challenge is way better than past few league ... in fact, might be the BEST challenges we've ever seen, because it separates the challenges pretty clearly in terms of casual players and the hardcore players. Casual players can clear the challenges pretty easily without any effort up to 24, probably up to 36 if possible, unlike the past few leagues is kinda impossible for casual player able to complete this much amount of challenges. Meanwhile for the 36~40 challenges is more dedicated to the hardcore players which make sense so is fine. The 40/40 challenges could be daunting at first glance with the intimating 1,000 numbers grind but ... at the end, is still WAY BETTER than the last league conditional new end game bosses challenge ... right? 😅
Overall, this league 40/40 challenges completion is definitely achievable as a busy player with family+work+socialize like me! 😁 Even 36/40 challenges completion is also very achievable as a casual player without much effort! Honestly this league challenges has a lot of improvement I've seen in terms lesser heavy-RNG-based challenge, no "conditional" on new bosses which is VERY GOOD! If they add it, I'll imagine is gonna be worst than the last league conditional bosses challenge because of the scourge boss is time oriented which is REALLY HARD to kill them "in style" 😰 and then no more map grind?(A.K.A 10k map tier/1,250 map boss)🤔 This league is the very first time without a heavy map grind challenge beside the EGG which is pretty odd ... "Conquer the Atlas" may looks similar to it but the difficulty is not the same like the one we use to have ... I guess the "too much map completion" rant does affect on the challenge too huh ... that's pretty good changes! 👍
Keep up the good work GGG!!! 💞 And thanks for listening your community feedback on the challenges 😘
PSA: If you're using phone, try use <strong>Google Doc</strong> app instead to open it
> Polaris Office
Yeah I also dont like it. I used WPS Office for sometime tho, but now
im just using Google's setup of apps for office stuff:
also, pdf :)
That's actually an iPhone thing. Apple iOS is fairly unique in that the system-supplied UIWebView library used by (almost) all browsers on the platform has native support for rendering a wide range of document types, including Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint, and Word, among others, with fairly complete coverage, as a direct consequence of them having licensed the technology from Microsoft.
The equivalent Android WebView library (or GeckoView in the case of Firefox) does not support these file types out of the box; it handles only web formats (HTML, SVG, etc), plus this set of audio, video, and image formats, which includes neither application/pdf (aka "resume.pdf"), application/msword (aka "resume.doc"), nor application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document (aka "resume.docx").
On Android, viewing PDFs or Word documents is instead handled by delegating to a vendor- or user-supplied viewer. Many vendors ship with the Google Docs <code>com.google.android.apps.docs.editors.docs</code> package package preinstalled, which can view both PDF and Word documents, which works perfectly for PDF but often has layout and other issues when displaying a Word document. Users who deal with Word documents a lot often need to download an alternative app to view them correctly, e.g. the Microsoft Word <code>com.microsoft.office.word</code> package (Microsoft's own app).
On desktop, the Chrome browser has integrated support for these file types, which only includes PDF and does not include Word.
try use <strong>google document</strong> app instead?
sorry i have no idea how to fix 😢 Try use <strong>Google Doc</strong> apps instead?
I found this here saying...
>On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides app.
>Next to the name of the document you want to copy, tap More 📷.
>Tap Make a copy 📷.
>Enter a title and choose where to save it.
Maybe Google Docs? It has less functionality, I think, but it's also much smaller.
Edit: added a link.
It's Google Docs, so do the math.
At the beginning of this month, Google Docs/Sheets/Slides apps for Android were updated. Since the update, they stay in memory all the time, making the device much slower.
How did I notice that? Well, Greenify now lists those apps as running in background. Also, looking at Settings → Memory, those apps are listed as Always running.
Device: Moto G 2nd gen running stock Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
I've also tweeted this issue.