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View Google Contacts or Calendar in airplane mode?

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by SallyC, Aug 26, 2013.

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    I'm curious if anyone know of a way to view either Google Contacts or Calendar info when you are in airplane mode? Is there some app or way to make this available offline when you do not have an Internet connection?

    Thanks.
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    On my Bionic both contacts and calendar are already viewable in airplane mode without any extra app
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    :blink: I just tested it with my S4 and it worked too - I don't know why I assumed it wouldn't! I gave my Razr to a friend who doesn't have a data plan but will have access to wifi a lot. I'm encouraging her to use Google for her Contacts and Calendar since she has gmail, but I was thinking that might be an issue when she's not on wifi. Glad to know it won't be. Thanks!
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    I think last time it used to download from google server instead of stored locally, that's why it could not be viewed in airport mode.