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I'm able to stream my music to my android device but I still can't sync my contacts. It was impossible for me to find ubuntu one contacts in the android market and funambol doesn't seem to work. So where can i find this application

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Ubuntu one for Android website and the application can be found at this web-location.

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The ubuntu one contacts app is visible only if you are running 2.x as described in the ubuntu one wiki.

The contacts app is provided by Funambol - if you are having problems then have a look at the support blog for updates

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Thank you, but that doesn't seem to work with contacts... It is said in ubuntu one website that I can sync my ubuntu one account with my android mobile phone, ubuntu one files isn't for contacts, is it ? – Phoenamandre Jul 10 '11 at 13:56
@user21368 - added more info. – fossfreedom Jul 10 '11 at 17:34
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I found that It explains why we can't sync our contacts with mobile devices ! Thanks !

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Not really an answer to the question on its own, but I thought I'd mention that I wrote to U1 support just now, asking them to update the U1 Mobile and U1 Contacts pages to reflect this being unavailable for the time being.

I find it an incredibly useful service even without the contacts, but people less forgiving might otherwise come away with the feeling it's a bait and switch, advertising a feature that's not there.

The link in the post above says it'll be available later this year in an approved form, which I'm looking forward to.

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