[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 2 updates in 1 topic

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    Simon Giddings <mr.s.giddings@gmail.com> Apr 15 12:06AM -0700  

    The "effort" I made did not reveal this result and it certainly does not
    answer the question !
     
    My question was more general, if you hadn't noticed.
    Given that most tablets will give a horizontal and vertical pixel size as
    well as a diagonal size in inches, is it possible to determine the density
    bucket (to use googles term) ie: MDPI or HDPI or XHDPI, etc
     
    From what you have managed to find, this device would appear to fall
    between two buckets - HDPI and XHDPI because
    - HDPI screens are ~240dpi
    - XHDPI screens are ~320dpi
    (according to Supporting Multiple Screens<http://developer.android.com/guide/practices/screens_support.html>
    )
     
    So the question remains open ....
     
    On Monday, 14 April 2014 20:21:31 UTC+2, Chris wrote:

     

    Marina Cuello <marina.eariel@gmail.com> Apr 15 10:27AM -0300  

    You can search for/make an app that detects the bucket and install it, if
    you have access to the device. A quick search gives me
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pmc.android.checkscreensize,
    but there are plenty.
    Otherwise, as far as I can recall it depends on the manufacturer's decision
    which bucket it takes. So no, you can't "calculate" the bucket given the
    physical screen size and dpi specs.
     
    Marina
     
     

     

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    Dave Smith <dasmith1284@gmail.com> Apr 14 09:00PM -0700  

    Thanks for the response, Doug, but we're talking about two different
    things. I'm not referring to the errors that show up the log tagged
    Choreographer when the frame warning limit is triggered on the main thread.
    I'm talking about actually using the Choreographer API to render OpenGL
    content locked to VSYNC. These delays are on the rendering threads. While
    I understand frames dropping periodically when the system is servicing
    other work, the inability to manage even a few second without skipping
    several VSYNC intervals indicates to me that something else is wrong with
    the GL code.
     
    Thanks again,
    Dave Smith, PE
    Double Encore, Inc.
     
    On Sunday, April 13, 2014 12:51:07 PM UTC-6, Doug wrote:

     

    cybersun <quocnhat7@gmail.com> Apr 14 02:42AM -0700  

    Hi all,
    I am a junior android dev, I have a question, please help me.
     
    I have a Gridview, include hundred of items (thumbnail images). I set a
    multi-select mode, in this mode, user just need to swipe his finger to
    start selecting multiple items (this case, gridview can not be scrolled).
    And in a normal touch, Gridview still can vertically scroll for user to see
    other thumbnails and continue selecting.
     
    There is an ambiguity between 2 types of vertical action, can you help me?
    Many thanks.

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Apr 14 09:06PM -0500  


    > There is an ambiguity between 2 types of vertical action, can you help me?
     
     
    What is the issue you're having?
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Fabien Demangeat <fabiendemangeat@gmail.com> Apr 14 01:24PM -0700  

    Okay thanks for the suggestion. I will think about it, I know that I have
    to be careful with low-value notifications...
    Cheers!
     
    On Saturday, April 12, 2014 6:49:48 PM UTC+1, TreKing wrote:

     

    Gustavo Oliveira <gus512@gmail.com> Apr 14 06:05PM -0300  

    I believe the "Rate Us" dialog is a good idea. Also, I would add
    interesting information in that dialog, like some tips, usage statistics,
    just like some free apps do (e.g. antivirus and protection software
    normally tell how many threats were blocked).
     
    Best,
    Gus
     
    On Mon, Apr 14, 2014 at 5:24 PM, Fabien Demangeat <fabiendemangeat@gmail.com

     

    Chris <crehbein@gmail.com> Apr 14 11:21AM -0700  

    Googling the exact phrase "Toshiba eXcite Pro AT10LE-A-10D screen DPI"
    yields in the first result a screen DPI of 300.
     
    At least give it an effort.
     
    - C
     
    On Tuesday, April 1, 2014 3:28:39 AM UTC-4, Simon Giddings wrote:

     

    OronS <oron.subayi@gmail.com> Apr 14 07:40AM -0700  

    Hi
     
    As part of my application I have code that locks up my device..
    It works on mine (Android 4.2), but not on my friend's device (Android 4.4)
     
    What could be wrong?
    How can I lock 4.4 device?
     
    Thanks : )

     

    Marina Cuello <marina.eariel@gmail.com> Apr 14 10:57AM -0300  

    Sometimes, the problem when your first language is not English is that you
    don't know how to search on Google. What I mean is that you don't know the
    right words. When I can't find what I need, but I'm sure there must be
    something out there, I often use synonyms.
    In this case, you get what you need if you search for: "android custom
    progress wheel".
     
    Marina
     
     

     

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    Doug <beafdefx@gmail.com> Apr 13 11:51AM -0700  

    Bear in mind that anything could be causing main thread delays. It could
    be your code. It could be other threads in your app's process. It could
    be other apps running on the device. It could be Android itself. It could
    be any combination of these things. This is to be expected with
    multitasking multiuser operating systems and the wide variety of devices
    out there and their hardware capabilities.
     
    The Choreographer itself doesn't start complaining about skipped frames in
    logcat until after 30 frames have been skipped:
     
    private static final int SKIPPED_FRAME_WARNING_LIMIT =
    SystemProperties.getInt(
    "debug.choreographer.skipwarning", 30);
     
    So maybe you can lighten up your own acceptable threshold for frames
    skipped (unless you're actually observing the jank that you're trying to
    avoid)?
     
    Doug
     
    On Friday, April 11, 2014 10:37:39 AM UTC-7, Dave Smith wrote:

     

    Arun Prasad <arunp1990@gmail.com> Apr 13 07:25AM -0700  

    Hi,
     
    Even I am facing the same problem. Could you please let me know if you
    could get the scenario with VPN working?
     
    Thanks.
     
    On Wednesday, 2 January 2013 22:39:19 UTC+5:30, In Hwa Choi wrote:

     

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