Announcing GnuCash Android v1.4.0-beta1
hellvee at gmail.com
Sat Jul 26 03:11:23 EDT 2014
Thanks for your work on bringing this app to Android.
I've been looking for the option to import the transactions from my
existing GnuCash file and cannot seem to find it. The only option I see is
"Import GnuCash Accounts" under "Account Preferences" - perhaps I'm missing
something here - any pointers ?
I'm using V.1.4.0-beta2 version of the app you posted earlier today on a
variety of android devices - Samsung Galaxy Tab running Android 184.108.40.206,
ASUS Transformer TF101 tablet running Android 4.0.3 and a Samsung Galaxy
Note 3 running Android 4.4.2 and don't seem to have an option to import
transactions anywhere ?
I've been able to import the account tree after a bit of a false start. I
forgot I had to export the account tree in xml format and exported the csv
format file first time around :-( Importing it on android just gives a
fairly unspecific error message - "an error occurred importing the GnuCash
accounts". Perhaps you could change the "Import GnuCash Accounts" to
something like "Import GnuCash Accounts (XML only)" or something similar as
a reminder to those of us that are doing this rarely?
Cheers Dave H.
On 24 July 2014 00:03, Ngewi Fet <ngewif at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> In the never-ending quest to bring GnuCash Android and GnuCash desktop
> closer together, I present the latest release of GnuCash Android:
> I would like your help for testing this release to weed out any bugs before
> the wider release.
> Attached is a properly signed APK which you can easily install on your
> Android device.
> *NOTE: This is a beta release, so BACK UP YOUR DATA BEFORE INSTALLING*.
> The main highlights of this release are:
> - Multiple splits per transaction (including an all-new split editor)
> - Fixed computation of account balances (and corresponding movements caused
> by splits)
> - New: Importing of transactions from GnuCash XML file (not just accounts
> like before).
> - Use of accounting labels (instead of generic CREDIT/DEBIT) for
> transaction type
> I would especially like to hear about your experiences on the following:
> - Upgrade expericnce: should be seamless. But if you experience any loss of
> data, please let me know
> - Exporting and importing into GnuCash desktop with QIF and OFX.
> - UX for creating and deleting transactions/splits
> - Any thing else which you notice
> Even if you're not regularly using the Android app, if you have an Android
> device I would still appreciate your feedback.
> Thanks a lot in advance.
> Ngewi F.
> P.S. After a few days on this list, I will release to the Play Store beta
> group as well.
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