Can I browse the web anonymously on my Android phone?

Yes, you can. You need to download Orbot (the Tor on Android) application from google Play and install it on your smartphone. You also need to download and install a special browser called Orweb v2. Once you complete the above steps, you can launch the Orbot app and then use the Orweb browser to visit any website anonymously.

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Can I contribute content (blog posts or tutorials) to the mobile site if I am not part of the Mobile Lab or taking the mobile class?

Yes.  We would like for anyone with expertise in the area to give their two cents and give insight to anyone else visiting the site.  Please contact the site administrator to request access.

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Do you guys focus solely on mobile development?

No. There are several members of the lab working on other areas of interest including web development and projects using microcontrollers including the Arduino, IOIO and Raspberry PI.

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When will you be offering an iOS course?

We have been actively working with the Computer Science Department and Apple’s University program to make this course available. Stay tuned and check the “Courses” tag for announcements.

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How do I build Android from source?

To compile for the Galaxy Nexus, follow these instructions: http://mobile.cs.fsu.edu/compile-cyanogenmod-10-for-galaxy-nexus/ To build for the Nexus 7, follow these instructions: http://mobile.cs.fsu.edu/compile-cyanogenmod-10-for-nexus-7/

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