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[http://dmfs.org/carddav/ CardDAV-Sync] is a CardDAV client for Android to synchronize contacts. Due to its implementation as sync adapter it integrates seamlessly with the default contacts app.
 
[http://dmfs.org/carddav/ CardDAV-Sync] is a CardDAV client for Android to synchronize contacts. Due to its implementation as sync adapter it integrates seamlessly with the default contacts app.
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Please read the [[CardDAV-Sync FAQ]] first if you have any questions.
  
==current limitations==
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==help==
  
*vcard size is limited to 512kb, larger vcards won't get synced
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There is a page about the [[CardDAV-Sync account settings]] available.
*groups are not synced
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*custom labels will not be preserved (actually this is a vcard limitation)
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*Currently only embedded photos are synced. Photos referenced by an URI won't appear in your Android address book. It is even possible that they get removed once you sync back. (I've not tried that yet)
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==known issues==
 
==known issues==
  
*Pre-installed contact editors of most devices are not capable of editing contacts from custom sync sources (see [http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=5988 Issue5988]). To address this issue I've taken the contact editor from the 2.1 sources and fixed it. [[Contact Editor Pro]] is available at the market (a free version is available as well).
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* The contact editor in Android 2.x is not capable of editing contacts from custom sync sources (see [http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=5988 Issue5988]). To address this issue I've taken the contact editor from the 2.1 sources and fixed it. [[Contact Editor Pro]] is available at the market (a free version is available as well). The issue has been fixed in Android 4, but several devices are still limited in their capabilities and may need an external editor for certain tasks, see [[HTC Sense issue]].
*May crash if the phone's orientation is changed during account setup.
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*May crash with an out-of-memory exception during initial sync if the CardDAV account contains too many or too large vcards. In this case no contacts will get synced. Currently the only workaround is to move some contacts to another address book until the initial sync runs without crashing and then move the contacts back in chunks of 100-300 entities.
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Latest revision as of 08:30, 17 July 2013

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CardDAV-Sync is a CardDAV client for Android to synchronize contacts. Due to its implementation as sync adapter it integrates seamlessly with the default contacts app. Please read the CardDAV-Sync FAQ first if you have any questions.

help

There is a page about the CardDAV-Sync account settings available.

known issues

  • The contact editor in Android 2.x is not capable of editing contacts from custom sync sources (see Issue5988). To address this issue I've taken the contact editor from the 2.1 sources and fixed it. Contact Editor Pro is available at the market (a free version is available as well). The issue has been fixed in Android 4, but several devices are still limited in their capabilities and may need an external editor for certain tasks, see HTC Sense issue.