[Android] [Archive] LexiComp 1.9.2 with 31/04/2014 Database

Requirements:

  • Allow Unknown sources in your device (Settings>Security)
  • All .7z files can be opened by 7-Zip
  • For password, click here. * As promised, more frequent updates because you guys helped us! *

Instructions:

  1. Download LexiComp 1.9.2 (2014.04.31).7z and unzip it with 7-Zip.
  2. Find a way to put the LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk in your device, then install it (eg: Upload file to your Google Drive and download & install from it). If already installed, you do not need to uninstall it. However if the process doesn’t work, delete all cache and files in Phone > Settings > Apps > LexiComp before uninstalling and reinstall it.
  3. Open the unzipped folder & copy the lexi folder.
  4. Go to My computer>Phone & paste the lexi folder in the SD Card (SD Card>lexi). If no sd card, paste it in the root (Phone>lexi). If there’s already a lexi folder (older database), delete it before pasting.

Tips:

  • Another way to transfert the folder from your computer to your phone is to use Airdroid (if you have a router, Wifi is recommended over your telecom’s data for obvious reasons). This method of transfert is a lot faster than the conventional USB cable.

Limitations:

  • Can not update through LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk app (no possible updates directly from your phone), but the app should be working.

Source: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?t=341986

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[Android] [Archive] LexiComp 1.9.2 with 20/02/2014 Database

Requirements:

  • Allow Unknown sources in your device (Settings>Security)
  • All .7z files can be opened by 7-Zip
  • For password, click here. * As promised, more frequent updates because you guys helped us! *

Instructions:

  1. Download LexiComp 1.9.2 (2014.02.20).7z and unzip it with 7-Zip.
  2. Find a way to put the LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk in your device, then install it (eg: Upload file to your Google Drive and download & install from it). If already installed, you do not need to uninstall it. However if the process doesn’t work, delete all cache and files in Phone > Settings > Apps > LexiComp before uninstalling and reinstall it.
  3. Open the unzipped folder & copy the lexi folder.
  4. Go to My computer>Phone & paste the lexi folder in the SD Card (SD Card>lexi). If no sd card, paste it in the root (Phone>lexi). If there’s already a lexi folder (older database), delete it before pasting.

Tips:

  • Another way to transfert the folder from your computer to your phone is to use Airdroid (if you have a router, Wifi is recommended over your telecom’s data for obvious reasons). This method of transfert is a lot faster than the conventional USB cable.

Limitations:

  • Updates through Wifi/Mobile network from LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk expire on 26/08/2013, but the app will always be working. However, some users reported updates can still be achieved using this apk beyond the expiration date.

Source: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?t=341986

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[Android] [Archive] LexiComp 1.9.2 with 05/12/2013 Database

Requirements:

  • Allow Unknown sources in your device (Settings>Security)
  • All .7z files can be opened by 7-Zip
  • For password, click here. * As promised, more frequent updates because you guys helped us! *

Instructions:

  1. Download LexiComp 1.9.2 (2013.12.05).7z and unzip it with 7-Zip.
  2. Find a way to put the LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk in your device, then install it (eg: Upload file to your Google Drive and download & install from it). If already installed, you do not need to uninstall it. However if the process doesn’t work, delete all cache and files in Phone > Settings > Apps > LexiComp before uninstalling and reinstall it.
  3. Open the unzipped folder & copy the lexi folder.
  4. Go to My computer>Phone & paste the lexi folder in the SD Card (SD Card>lexi). If no sd card, paste it in the root (Phone>lexi). If there’s already a lexi folder (older database), delete it before pasting.

Tips:

  • Another way to transfert the folder from your computer to your phone is to use Airdroid (if you have a router, Wifi is recommended over your telecom’s data for obvious reasons). This method of transfert is a lot faster than the conventional USB cable.

Limitations:

  • Updates through Wifi/Mobile network from LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk expire on 26/08/2013, but the app will always be working. However, some users reported updates can still be achieved using this apk beyond the expiration date.

Source: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?t=341986

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[Android] [Archive] LexiComp 1.9.2 with 22/10/2013 Database

Requirements:

  • Allow Unknown sources in your device (Settings>Security)
  • All .7z files can be opened by 7-Zip
  • For password, click here. * As promised, more frequent updates because you guys helped us! *

Instructions:

  1. Download LexiComp 1.9.2 (2013.10.22).7z and unzip it with 7-Zip.
  2. Find a way to put the LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk in your device, then install it (eg: Upload file to your Google Drive and download & install from it). If already installed, you do not need to uninstall it. However if the process doesn’t work, delete all cache and files in Phone > Settings > Apps > LexiComp before uninstalling and reinstall it.
  3. Open the unzipped folder & copy the lexi folder.
  4. Go to My computer>Phone & paste the lexi folder in the SD Card (SD Card>lexi). If no sd card, paste it in the root (Phone>lexi). If there’s already a lexi folder (older database), delete it before pasting.

Tips:

  • Another way to transfert the folder from your computer to your phone is to use Airdroid (if you have a router, Wifi is recommended over your telecom’s data for obvious reasons). This method of transfert is a lot faster than the conventional USB cable.

Limitations:

  • Updates through Wifi/Mobile network from LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk expire on 26/08/2013, but the app will always be working. However, some users reported updates can still be achieved using this apk beyond the expiration date.

Source: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?t=341986

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[Android] [Archive] LexiComp 1.9.2 with 20/09/2013 Database

Requirements:

  • Allow Unknown sources in your device (Settings>Security)
  • All .7z files can be opened by 7-Zip
  • For password, click here.

Instructions:

  1. Download LexiComp 1.9.2 (2013.09.20).7z and unzip it with 7-Zip.
  2. Find a way to put the LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk in your device, then install it (eg: Upload file to your Google Drive and download & install from it). If already installed, you do not need to uninstall it. However if the process doesn’t work, delete all cache and files in Phone > Settings > Apps > LexiComp before uninstalling and reinstall it.
  3. Open the unzipped folder & copy the lexi folder.
  4. Go to My computer>Phone & paste the lexi folder in the SD Card (SD Card>lexi). If no sd card, paste it in the root (Phone>lexi). If there’s already a lexi folder (older database), delete it before pasting.

Tips:

  • Another way to transfert the folder from your computer to your phone is to use Airdroid (if you have a router, Wifi is recommended over your telecom’s data for obvious reasons). This method of transfert is a lot faster than the conventional USB cable.

Limitations:

  • Updates through Wifi/Mobile network from LexiComp 1.9.2 (JulAug2013).apk expire on 26/08/2013, but the app will always be working. However, some users reported updates can still be achieved using this apk beyond the expiration date.

Source: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?t=341986

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[Android] [Archive] LexiComp 2.2.1 with 07/01/2013 Database

Requirements:

  • Allow Unknown sources in your device (Settings>Security)
  • All .7z files can be opened by 7-Zip and password is medical-mobile.com

Instructions:

  1. Download LexiComp 2.2.1 (20130107 Database).7z.001LexiComp 2.2.1 (20130107 Database).7z.002 & LexiComp 2.2.1 (20130107 Database).7z.003 and unzip it by combining both files with 7-Zip.
  2. Find a way to put the LexiComp 2.2.1.apk in your device, then install it. If already installed, you do not need to uninstall it. However if the process doesn’t work, delete all cache and files in Phone > Settings > Apps > LexiComp before uninstalling and reinstall it.
  3. Open the unzipped folder & copy the lexi folder.
  4. Go to My computer>Phone & paste the lexi folder in the SD Card (SD Card>lexi). If no sd card, paste it in the root (Phone>lexi). If there’s already a lexi folder (older database), delete it before pasting.

Limitations:

  • Updates through Wifi/Mobile network from LexiComp 2.2.1.apk has been expired, but app will always be working.

Source: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?t=341986

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[Android] [Archive] LexiComp 2.2.1

Requirements:

  • Allow Unknown sources in your device (Settings>Security)
  • All .7z files can be opened by 7-Zip and password is medical-mobile.com

Instructions:

  1. Download LexiComp 2.2.1.7z.001 & LexiComp 2.2.1.7z.002 and unzip it by combining both files with 7-Zip.
  2. Find a way to put the LexiComp 2.2.1.apk in your device, then install it.
  3. Open app & go to update all database (valid until 2013/01/07). If updates don’t work (you install the app after the date), then follow these additional steps:
  4. Open 2012-12-18 Databases folder & copy the lexi folder.
  5. Go to My computer>Phone & paste the lexi folder in the SD Card (SD Card>lexi). If no sd card, paste it in the root (Phone>lexi).

Limitations:

  • Updates through Wifi/Mobile network from LexiComp 2.2.1.apk will expire on 2013/01/07, but app will always be working.
  • The only way to update after 2013/01/07 is to follow the above steps (4-5) with more recent databases.

Source: http://forum.mobilism.org/viewtopic.php?t=341986

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