EZList and
EZListPro
by FreneTec, LLC


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Quick Start

Definitions
List
Recipe
Catalog
Category

The Home Screen
Item name field
Add button
Quick add button
Settings button
Command button bar
Category name
List item
Selected items’ total price
Selected items count/Total item count
Item note

The Item Properties Screen
Save button
Delete from list and catalog button
Set reminder
Item name
Quantity
Unit of measure
Price
Notes
Categories

The Catalog Screen
How to use the catalog screen
Fast scrolling through the catalog items
Filter by category

The Settings Screen
How to use the settings screen
Theme
Show categories preference
Show notes preference
Move selected items preference
Multiple pane mode
Alarm setting preference
Category color preference

Command Bar
List
New
Open
Delete
Copy
Rename
Merge
Save As Recipe
Select All
Unselect All
Delete Selected Items
Recipe
Open
Delete
Copy
Rename
Merge
Select All
Unselect All
Delete Selected Items
Catalog
Use
New
Copy
Rename
Merge
Clean
Delete Unused Catalog
File
Backup
Restore
Export
Import
Email
Send
Receive

Sharing Data


Quick Start
  1. When you start EZList for the first time you will see a dialog asking you to enter the name of your new list. Type grocery and touch Preload at the bottom of the dialog. The preload option populates the list’s catalog with many items you might find in a grocery store. It also creates categories that represent aisle numbers and section names found in a typical grocery store. If you touch OK at the bottom of the dialog then the catalog and categories are not pre-populated. More about catalogs and categories later.

  2. Type mi in the Item name field. EZList’s auto-completion feature pops up a list of items from the catalog that contain the letters “mi” in their names. Touch milk in the pop-up list (you may need to scroll the list up to find it). The pop-up list disappears and the Item name field contains the word “milk.”

  3. Touch the Quick Add icon and “milk” is added to your list. In some Android versions you may need to access Quick Add and other commands from the device’s main menu. Note: You can also quick add an item by touching the return/enter key on the keyboard. Depending on your device this key may be marked done or next.

  4. Type gro in the Item name field. Notice that the more you type into the Item name field the more the auto-completion list is filtered. Touch ground beef in the auto-completion list and then touch the Add icon . The screen changes to the Properties Screen.

  5. Type 2 in the Quantity field. (Note: If the quantity field is left blank EZList assumes a quantity of 1.)

  6. Touch the Unit of measure field. Depending on your screen size you may need to dismiss the keyboard to see this field. Type lbs. The Unit of measure field has its own auto-completion list so the next time you type the single letter l into it you can select lbs from it.

  7. Touch the Notes field. Depending on your screen size you may need to dismiss the keyboard to see this field. Type 90%.

  8. Under the Category heading, scroll the list up and touch Meats. Depending on your screen size you may need to dismiss the keyboard to see this list. Notice that the Category heading changes to Category: Meats. The next time you add ground beef to your list EZList will remember that it belongs in the Meats category.

  9. Touch the Save icon at the top of the Properties Screen. You are returned to the Home Screen and 2 lbs ground beef has been added to your list with a note of 90%.

  10. You now have two items in your list. You set some properties for ground beef via the Add icon. You didn’t set any properties for milk because the Quick Add icon skips the properties screen. Don’t worry because you can take care of that now.

  11. To edit a list item’s name or properties, long touch it (meaning touch and hold the item) until the Properties Screen is displayed. Long touch the milk item to edit its properties.

  12. In the Category list select aisle number 5 then touch the Save icon at the top of the Properties Screen.

  13. How do you add an item that doesn’t already exist in the catalog and, therefore, is not shown in the auto-complete list? Type zucchini then touch the Add icon to set its properties or touch the Quick Add icon (or touch the return/enter key on the keyboard) to skip setting them. Either way zucchini is added to your list and to the catalog. Next time you type zu you will see “zucchini” in the auto-complete list.

  14. Its time to go shopping. Touch the Settings icon in the upper-right corner of the Home Screen.

  15. Touch Show categories to select it then touch your device’s back key.

  16. Back on the Home Screen your list items are shown under their respective category names ready for you to quickly find them in your store. Of course you’ll have to change the items’ real categories to the actual aisle numbers and sections when you go shopping (see steps 11 and 12).

  17. While you still have categories showing on your Home Screen, touch a list item to select it. The item is temporarily moved to a faux category named Selected Items at the bottom of the list and the item(s) that were below it are moved up. In addition the item name is dimmed and a blue checkmark appears to the far right. If the item was the last item in its category then the category name is hidden. Touch the item again to unselect it and it will return to its respective category.

  18. To delete your selected items, touch the List button above the Item name field. A pop-up menu is displayed. Touch Delete Selected Items at the bottom of the menu and confirm your decision in the confirmation dialog. You can also immediately delete an item, whether it is selected or not, by swiping it from left to right.

  19. Now you know the basics of creating a list and adding, categorizing and deleting items. Please read this user manual in its entirety to discover the full power of EZList.
 
Definitions
List
You know what a list is but for completeness its definition is: A number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other. For example, we use lists to help us to remember what to buy at the store, to help us remember how to do something in a particular order, or to help us to remember what to do in the future. Lists are great for bringing organization and order to almost any task. The number of lists that you can create with EZList is limited only by the amount of memory on your device.

Recipe
In EZList a recipe can literally be a list of items and instructions in a food recipe. In more generic terms an EZList recipe is a static list, which loosely means a list that rarely or never changes. “Lists” and “Recipes” are categorized as such mainly for organizational purposes within EZList. EZList commands, and when displaying lists of your lists or recipes for you to choose from, are context sensitive and help to cut down on the clutter displayed on screens and in dialogs. The number of recipes that you can create with EZList is limited only by the amount of memory on your device.

One powerful feature that EZList provides is the ability to merge the items from one list or recipe into another. So if you want meatloaf for your dinner tonight and you’ve created a recipe that contains the ingredients, merge the meatloaf recipe into your grocery list and you are ready to go shopping.

Catalog
Catalogs are associated to both lists and recipes. Each has a catalog assigned to it. A catalog is automatically created when you create a new list and is given the same name as the list. The catalog stores every uniquely named item that you add to a list or recipe. It also stores the price and category properties of each item. Although a catalog is created for and is initially assigned to a newly created list, any list or recipe can use the catalog of any other list or recipe. For example, a grocery list can use the catalog created for store “A” or for store “B”, or “C”, etc. One common use for this powerful feature is that you can use a single list to compare prices and totals for multiple stores. The number of catalogs that you can create with EZList is limited only by the amount of memory on your device.

Category
EZList helps you to group, order, and prioritize your list items via categories. A category may be an aisle number in a store, or may define a priority in a to-do list such as “High” and “Low”, or may be anything that helps you to  organize your list items into logical groupings. By default, EZList sorts your category names in alphabetical order but also gives you the option to order them any way you want. List item names that belong to each category are sorted alphabetically. List items that do not belong to a category are automatically grouped in a faux category named “Uncategorized” at the end of the list. You can hide your category names for those times when you just want to see your list items. The number of categories that you can create with EZList is limited only by the amount of memory on your device.

The Home Screen


Adjust the text size on the home screen by pinching in or out anywhere below the Item Name field. The new text size is saved and will be used the next time you return to the screen.

Item name field
Type the names of your list items into this field. After you have typed two letters or characters, an auto-completion list may appear under the Item Name field. The list contains a filtered subset of item names from the catalog that contain the two (or more) letters you typed in the Item Name field. The letters you typed can appear anywhere in the item names shown in the auto-completion list. The more letters you type in the Item Name field the more the auto-completion list is filtered.

For example, if your catalog contains the items “adobo chilies”, “cheddar cheese”, and “corn chips” and you type “ch” in the Item Name field then all of the items mentioned will be shown in the auto-completion list. If you type “chi” then only “adobo chilies” and “corn chips” will be shown in the auto-completion  list. Touch an item in the auto-completion list to copy its name into the Item Name field.

Add button
After you type an item name into the Item Name field, touching the Add button will take you to the item’s Properties Screen, which is described below. There you can assign properties to the item and create a category for it. If the item name already exists in your catalog then the price and category properties (if they exist) are automatically shown on the item’s Properties Screen.

Quick add button
After you type an item name into the Item Name field, or select one from the auto-completion list, touching the Quick add button will immediately add the item to your list. You can also quick add an item by touching the return/enter key on the keyboard. Depending upon your device this key may be marked done or next. The item name is also added to the current catalog if it doesn’t already exist there. If the item name does exist in your catalog then its price is shown (if set), and if it belongs to a category then the item appears under it. If no category has been assigned then it is placed in the faux “Uncategorized” category.

The Quick add button (and the return/enter key) has one more purpose: If you touch it when the Item name field is blank then the Catalog Screen is shown which allows you to select and add items to your list.

Settings button
Please refer to the Settings Screen section.

Command button bar
Please refer to the Command Bar section.

Category name
List items may be grouped into categories. Category names are displayed with a user-definable background color and can be hidden (see Settings Screen).

Touch a category name to select or unselect all of its items. Long touch a category name to rename or delete it. Note: Changing the name of a category or deleting it does the same in all lists that use the current catalog. You can also create, delete and edit your category names on the item Properties Screen.
 
The total price of all of the selected items in the category, if they have been set, is shown next to the category’s name.

The number of categories that you can create is limited only by the amount of memory on your device. EZList uses two special, faux categories: “Uncategorized” (described in the Quick add button section) and “Selected Items” (described in the Settings Screen section). With exception to the faux category names, which are always at the bottom of the list, category names are sorted in alphabetical order by default. To customize their ordering refer to this section.

List item
List items optionally appear and are grouped under category names. The number of items that you can create is limited only by the amount of memory on your device.

Items are added to the list via the Add and Quick add buttons, as described above. Swipe a list item from left to right to delete it.

Touch a list item to select it and touch it again to unselect it. To delete one or more selected items from the list: 1) touch List on the command bar, and 2) select Delete Selected Items from the pop-up menu. Note: deleting an item from the list does not delete it from the catalog.

If the item has been assigned a quantity property then it will preface the item name on the home screen, for example: “2 sugar”. If the item has been assigned a unit of measure property then it will also preface the item name, for example: “tbsp sugar”. If both properties are assigned then they will both preface the item name, for example: “2 tbsp sugar”.

To edit a list item’s name or properties, long touch it (meaning touch and hold the item) until the Properties Screen is displayed.

Selected items’ total price
This field provides the sum total price of all of the items that are currently selected.

Selected items count/Total item count
The selected item count, shown on the left side of the slash (“/”), shows how many items in the list are selected. The total number of items in the list is shown to the right of the slash.

Item note
Each list item has a note property that may optionally be shown or hidden. Refer to the Settings Screen section for instructions on showing and hiding notes. Refer to the Properties Screen section to learn how to create a note property. 
 
The Item Properties Screen


Save button
Touch the Save icon to save your item properties and to return to the Home Screen. Touch your device’s back button to discard your changes.

Delete from list and catalog button
This action is only available when editing the properties of an existing list item by long touching an item on the Home Screen. Touch the Delete icon to delete the item and its properties from both the current list and the catalog. Caution! This action also deletes the item from all lists that use the current catalog. The category assigned to the item, if any, will not be deleted. A dialog will prompt you to confirm this action. You will then be returned to the home screen.

Set reminder
Touch the Add Reminder icon to create a reminder alarm for the item. The following dialog will be displayed:


To change a value, spin its column up or down until the value you want is between the two blue bars. Or, long touch a value between the two blue bars and a keyboard will be displayed to allow you to type a value. Touch the Next key on the keyboard to move to the next value. Touch OK at the bottom of the dialog to temporarily save your reminder. The reminder date and time will be displayed on the Properties Screen below the save button and above the item name.

Touch the reminder to edit it. To delete an existing reminder touch the Delete Reminder icon.

When you save your property changes and return to the Home Screen an alarm icon
will be displayed to the left of the item name.

Item name
This field allows you to edit the item’s name. Changing the name also changes the name in the current catalog and in all lists that use the catalog.

Quantity
This field allows you to specify the item’s quantity.

Unit of measure
This field allows you to specify the item’s unit of measure, for example “carton” or “tbsp” or “hours”, or anything you would like. After typing one letter or character, this field will display an auto-completion list to allow you to select a previously entered unit of measure, if a matching one exists.

Price
This field allows you to specify the item’s price with as many digits to the right of the decimal point as you wish. When you save your changes and return to the Home Screen the price will be displayed rounded to the nearest penny. However, the actual price that you enter is saved and will be used in calculating all totals, which are rounded to the nearest penny. For example, if you have two of an item with a price property of $0.233 then the total price for them will be calculated and displayed as $0.47.

Notes
This field allows you to specify the item’s notes. A note can be an instruction that explains how the item is to be used, or it can be used to further define what the item is, or it can be anything that you find useful. Refer to the Settings Screen for how to show and hide the notes field.

Categories
In this section of the Properties Screen you create, edit, delete, order and assign the categories for your items. Touch your device’s back key if a keyboard covers this section. Categories are displayed in a single selection list.

To create a category select New category on the main menu. The category names “Uncategorized” and “Selected Items” are reserved. Touch OK on the dialog and the new category is created.

After creating a new category the following screen is displayed if you have two or more categories:


This screen allows you to order your category names. You can also get to this screen by selecting the Order categories menu option on the Properties Screen. Adjust the text size by pinching in or out anywhere below the screen title. The new text size is saved and will be used the next time you return to the screen.

Select a category name and use the arrow buttons to move it up and down in the list. Touch and hold an arrow button to rapidly move the category name up or down.

Touch the Save icon to save your changes or touch your device’s back button to discard them. When you return to the properties screen the category name is automatically selected in the list and the name appears in the category bar near the middle of the screen. Touch another category name to assign it to the item.

Long touch a category to edit its name or to delete it. Follow the instructions on the dialog that is displayed.

The Catalog Screen



How to use the catalog screen
Adjust the text size on the catalog screen by pinching in or out on either the left-hand or right-hand list. The new text size is saved and will be used the next time you return to the screen.

The catalog screen allows you to add items to your list by selecting items directly from the catalog. To access the catalog screen touch the Quick add icon (or touch the return/enter key on the keyboard) on the Home Screen while the Item name field is blank.

On the catalog screen, the left hand side contains a list of all of the items in the catalog while the right hand side contains all of the items in the current list. Touch items on the left hand side to add them to the right side. Touch  items on the right hand side to remove them from the current list.

Touch the Save icon to save your changes and return to the home screen or touch your device’s back button to discard your changes.

Fast scrolling through the catalog items
Both the left and right lists may be scrolled up and down with your finger, assuming there are enough items to scroll through. The left hand side also has a fast scrolling feature and an indexer. This is best used when the list has many, many items. Rest your finger on and near the top of the fast scroll bar (shown above). The indexer will appear. Now slide your finger downward toward the bottom of the screen. (Note: Your finger does not have to be on the blue indicator, just on the scroll bar.) The left hand list will rapidly scroll up. At the same time the indexer shows the first letter of the item at the top of the viewable list. The fast scroll bar works in both the up and down directions.  You can rapidly locate a catalog item using these tools.

Filter by category
If you have placed your catalog items into categories then you may filter which items are shown in the catalog items list. Touch the Filter icon at the top of the screen. A dialog containing a multi-select list of your categories is  displayed, including the faux “Uncategorized” category. Select as many categories as you wish and then touch OK at the bottom of the dialog. You are returned to the catalog screen and the left hand list contains only items belonging to the categories that you selected.

The Settings Screen



How to use the settings screen
The settings screen allows you to customize a few preferences, which are described below. The preferences take affect when you touch your device’s back key to return to the home screen.

Theme
Select a light or dark theme. The light theme has a white background and the dark theme has a black background.

Show categories preference
When this preference is selected the item category names are displayed on the home screen. Otherwise they are hidden.

Show notes preference
When this preference is selected the item note(s), if any, are displayed. Otherwise they are hidden.

Move selected items preference
When this preference is selected list items on the home screen are relocated to a special, faux category when they are selected. The name of the special category is “Selected Items” and it is always at the end of the list. If no list items are selected then this special category is not shown. Note: List items are not literally re-assigned to this special category. It only exists to group them at the end of the list when they are selected.

Multiple pane mode
This preference is only applicable to larger devices like tablets. When selected up to three of EZList’s screens will be displayed side-by-side instead of being overlaid.

Alarm setting preference
Sets the type of alarm to be used when a reminder expires. The available options are sound, vibrate, sound + vibrate, and none.

Category color preference
Sets the background color for category names displayed on the home screen.


Command Bar

Commands are accessed via the command button bar, or “command bar”, on the home screen. They are context sensitive and are grouped into four categories: List, Recipe, Catalog and File. They help you to create and organize your list items, lists, recipes and catalogs, and provide file actions to backup and restore your data, among other tasks.

List
New
Creates a new list. Enter the name of the new list in the dialog that is displayed and touch OK or Preload. OK creates a list with an empty catalog. Preload creates a list with a catalog that is preloaded with many general items you might find in a grocery store. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Open
Presents a list of existing list names. Touch a list name to open it.

Delete
Deletes the currently active list shown on the home screen. The option to delete the associated catalog is provided if it is not being used by any other lists or recipes.

Copy
Makes a copy of the currently active list shown on the home screen. Enter the name of the destination list in the dialog that is presented. The destination list will use the catalog of the source list. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Rename
Renames the currently active list shown on the home screen. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Merge
Adds the items from a specified list or recipe (the source) into the currently active list (the destination) shown on the home screen. Select a source list or recipe from the dialog that is displayed and then confirm the merge in the
confirmation dialog. If items from the source already exist in the destination’s catalog then the destination’s catalog properties for those items will be used. Otherwise, the source’s catalog properties are used. Finally, all unique catalog items and properties from the source are added to the destination’s catalog.

Save As Recipe
Designates the currently active list shown on the home screen as a recipe. There is no single command to reverse this action, but the original list can be recreated via the New and Merge commands.

Select All
Selects all list items.

Unselect All
Unselects all list items, if any.

Delete Selected Items
Deletes all selected list items. This action does not delete the items from the catalog.

Recipe
Open
Presents a list of existing recipe names. Touch a recipe name to open it.

Delete
Deletes the currently active recipe shown on the home screen. The option to delete the associated catalog is provided if it is not being used by any other lists or recipes.

Copy
Makes a copy of the currently active recipe shown on the home screen. Enter the name of the destination recipe in the dialog that is presented. The destination recipe will use the catalog of the source recipe. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Rename
Renames the currently active recipe shown on the home screen. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Merge
Adds the items from a specified list or recipe (the source) into the currently active recipe (the destination) shown on the home screen. Select a source list or recipe from the dialog that is displayed and then confirm the merge in the confirmation dialog. If items from the source already exist in the destination’s catalog then the destination’s catalog properties for those items will be used. Otherwise, the source’s catalog properties are used. Finally, all
unique catalog items and properties from the source are added to the destination’s catalog.

Select All
Selects all recipe items.

Unselect All
Unselects all recipe items, if any.

Delete Selected Items
Deletes all selected recipe items. This action does not delete the items from the catalog.

Catalog
Use
Switches the catalog being used by the currently active list or recipe to another.

New
Creates a new, empty catalog and assigns it to the currently active list or recipe. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Copy
Makes a copy of the currently active catalog shown on the home screen. Enter the name of the destination catalog in the dialog that is presented. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Rename
Renames the currently active catalog shown on the home screen. The name “Backup” is reserved. The name may not contain any of the following characters: | \ / ? * < > ” ‘ : + [ ]

Merge
Adds the items from a specified catalog (the source) into the currently active catalog (the destination) shown on the home screen. Select a source catalog from the dialog that is displayed and then confirm the merge in the confirmation dialog. All unique catalog items and properties from the source are added to the destination’s catalog.

Clean
This action takes you to a screen where you can delete multiple items from the current catalog. Touch items in the left hand “Catalog Items” list to move them to the right hand “To Delete” list. Touch items in the right hand list to move them back. Touching the Save icon displays a dialog where you can confirm your changes. Note: Deleting an item from the catalog also deletes it from all lists that use the catalog.

Delete Unused Catalog
Deleting a list or recipe does not always delete the catalog it is using. This command displays a dialog containing a list of unused catalogs that may safely be deleted.

File
Backup
Creates a backup file named “backup.xml” that contains all list, recipe and catalog data. The location of the backup file is displayed when the backup completes.

Restore
Restores all list, recipe and catalog data from the “backup.xml” file, if it exists. All current data is deleted before the restore begins.

Export
Exports the data of the currently active list or recipe, and its associated catalog, to a file. The file name is the same as the list or recipe with a “.xml” extension. The location of the exported file is displayed when the export
completes.

Import
Imports a previously exported list or recipe. If a list or recipe with the same name currently exists then you may replace or merge it with the imported file.

Email
Exports the currently active list or recipe and starts your device’s default email app. (The Android OS will inform you if you have not selected a default email app.) The exported file will automatically be attached to the email.

Send
Sends the currently active list or recipe, and its associated catalog, to another device via Bluetooth. See Sharing Data for a complete description of this action. Note: If the device does not support Bluetooth then this action is disabled.

Receive
Receives a list or recipe, and its associated catalog, from another device via Bluetooth. If a list or recipe with the same name currently exists then you may replace or merge it with the received file. See Sharing Data for a complete description of this action. Note: If the device does not support Bluetooth then this action is disabled.

Sharing Data
EZList provides three options for sharing your data with other EZList users: 
  1. Export and import: User A exports a list or recipe and makes the exported file available to user B to import. For example, user A could copy the exported file onto a device that is accessible by user B. User B then copies the file to the EZList files folder and then imports it from there. Note: User B can determine the location of the EZList files folder by exporting an existing list and noting the folder location in the confirmation dialog.

  2. Email: User A uses the Email command to email a list or recipe to user B. User B then saves the file to the EZList files folder and then imports it from there. Note: User B can determine the location of the EZList files folder by exporting an existing list and noting the folder location in the confirmation dialog.

  3. Bluetooth data transfer: This is by far the easiest method for sharing your data and is described below. Note: If your device does not support Bluetooth then this option is disabled.
Bluetooth data transfer
Transferring data from one device to another via Bluetooth for the first time requires a little setup. The device providing the data to be sent (the source) and the device receiving the data (the destination) must be “paired.” After being paired the two devices remain paired until you “unpair” them, so this step only needs to be done once between two devices. Please follow the instructions below that explain how to pair your devices. Note: The pairing process varies by device model and manufacturer. Refer to your device’s user manual if you encounter problems.
  1. From the home screen of the source device, go to device settings and, if Bluetooth is turned off, touch the on/off button to turn it on.

  2. Touch the word Bluetooth to enter Bluetooth setup.

  3. You need to know your device’s Bluetooth name. You should be able to determine  it by selecting Rename device from the menu. A dialog will be displayed that contains the name. Note the name and touch Cancel to return to Bluetooth setup.

  4. Your device may or may not be visible to other devices. Near the name of the  device you may see a message saying it is visible to other devices, or that it is not visible, or that it is only visible to currently paired devices. If it is not fully visible to other devices then touch the message to make it visible.

  5. Your device should now begin to scan for other nearby devices. If it does not  touch Scan or Refresh (this may be a button or a menu item).

  6. Repeat steps 1 through 4 on the destination device.

  7. Once both devices have completed their scans you should see a list of device names with which to pair. On the source device touch the name of the destination device.

  8. A dialog will be displayed on both devices asking you to confirm the pairing process. Touch OK or Pair on both devices.
Now that you know how to pair your devices, follow the instructions below to transfer your data. 
  1. On the source device, open the list or recipe that you wish to transfer.

  2. Touch File on the command bar and then Send in the pop-up menu. Enable Bluetooth if you are prompted.

  3. A dialog is displayed prompting you to select a paired device. The name of the destination device you paired with above should be shown in the dialog’s list. Touch the name and EZList enters a wait state while you complete the next steps. Note: This step must be completed before step 5 is completed.

  4. On the destination device touch File on the command bar and then Receive in the pop-up menu.

  5. A dialog is displayed prompting you to select a paired device. The name of the source device you paired with above should be shown in the dialog’s list. Touch the name and EZList enters a wait state while it receives the data. Note: Step 3 must be completed before this step.

  6. The transfer will complete in a few seconds and both devices end their wait states.

  7. If a list or recipe with the same name currently exists on the destination device then you are prompted to replace it, merge the transferred data into it or cancel the transfer.

  8. The list or recipe is automatically opened on the destination device.
You may have noticed that the send and receive dialogs have a Pair… option. This option takes you to the Bluetooth setup screen (described above) where you can pair with another device. After you have paired the source and destination devices and have returned to the send and receive dialogs, in the following order:

1.   Touch the destination device’s name on the source device, and then
2.   Touch the source device’s name on the destination device.

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