Android repeater directory

Gary P. Fiber gfiber at
Wed Apr 6 20:35:46 PDT 2011

Droid users go to the Market and do a Search for RFinder.
Its an online database of amateur Radio repeaters. cost is $4.99, you 
use your credit card.  This database will work with the phones built in 
GPS and give you repeaters with tones, IRLP, D-Star functionality all on 
your phone. No more need to carry the ARRL repeater directory. You can 
set the radius you want listings for in the program. pretty cute.

Gary K8IZ

On 4/5/2011 2:02 PM, Curt, WE7U wrote:
> On Tue, 5 Apr 2011, John D. Hays wrote:
>> *Unstable* --- hmmm, seems to fit this group :)
> Yea, but then we'd have to debate about the definition of "unstable".  
> That could take YEARS!
> FYI, Android exploit, take action if you care.  Might be of more 
> interest to those with Android phones:
> All four tablets at brunch Saturday were flashed with VEGAn 5.1.1, so 
> would need the fix.  Just did mine.

Gary Fiber K8IZ
GROL PG-19-6691 with shipboard radar endorsement
Washington State resident

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