On my old Nokia C5, there was a quite smart setting to sync the phone calendar with my Gmail calendar when a WiFi connection was available, every say 30 minutes (using MailForExchange).
I'd expected that a tightly-Google-coupled system like Android would do that task even better, but it doesn't (or I wasn't able to figure out how).
First of all, automatic synchronizing is disabled because I don't want to sync contacts, images, mails, whatever. Only my calendar!
I know that I could sync the calendar when I go to Settings xe2x86x92 Accounts and Synchronisation xe2x86x92 tip on my Google account xe2x86x92 scroll to the calendar entry xe2x86x92 sync now.
But that's that deep hidden in menus that it is not really fun.
Is there a way to have a shortcut on the home screen that I could use to directly start synchronizing only my calendar with one tip?
If automatic synchronisation with WiFi could be set up (once again: only my calendar), that would be an extra bonus.
My main aim is to sync only the calendar, nothing else.