[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 4 updates in 3 topics

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Twigbranch <twigbranch@gmail.com>: Oct 24 08:44AM -0700

Does Google have any terms or policy covering breaking changes to APIs? i.e. One year minimum of deprecation notice?
Fabrizio Bartolomucci <fbartolom@gmail.com>: Oct 24 08:38AM -0700

I have two activities in my app (a login activity and a map view) and I
would like to recreate the state of the latter when returning from the
former. Yet all the settings on the objects of the view seem to have no
effect like the handle to them were lost.
 
I perform the findViewById's in onStart and I personalize the view in
onResume. The first time I get there, everything shows fine,; after going
back and returning, the view appears pristine, the control passes through
all the instructions of the onStart and of the onResume, put nothing
happens on my view.
 
Did I miss something important or what?!
 
More information are available at:
 
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25510403/dressing-android-view-on-activity-restart
 
Since that posting I even painstakingly ported the app to Android studio,
but the problem stayed there.
 
Thanks for your support,
 
Fabrizio Bartolomucci
andrew_esh <andrew.c.esh@gmail.com>: Oct 24 06:40AM -0700

Android KitKat has a fairly stable version of wpa_supplicant already built
into it. It is what Wifi-Direct (and all Wifi) is based on. All of the
documentation for the open source project (non-Android) version of
wpa_supplicant has been seen to apply to the Android one. The source code
for the Android version can be found in platform/external/wpa_supplicant_8:
https://android.googlesource.com/platform/external/wpa_supplicant_8/
 
Java support is available through android.net.wifi.p2p:

http://developer.android.com/reference/android/net/wifi/p2p/package-summary.html
 
On Thursday, October 23, 2014 7:08:37 AM UTC-5, deepak wrote:
Kaiduan Xie <kaiduanx@gmail.com>: Oct 24 09:46AM -0400

Google webrtc project has all the stuff you want. For android, you can
look the following link,
 
https://code.google.com/p/webrtc/source/browse/trunk/talk/examples/android/README
 
/Kaiduan
 
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TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com>: Oct 23 09:05PM -0500

On Thu, Oct 16, 2014 at 10:03 AM, Christine <christine.karman@gmail.com>
wrote:
 
> My android studio suddenly has changed the editor font to enormous.
> I'm on Ubuntu, changing font size in settings (of android studio) doesn't
> change the font. The way it is now, it's unusable. What can I do?
 
Hey, sorry for the slow reply, but for future reference, you can do Double
Shift (Search Everywhere) or CTRL+SHIFT+A (or whatever the Ubuntu
equivalent is) (Actions), and search for "Reset Font Size", then select the
entry in the list.
 
I accidentally switch the font size on Macbook somehow all the time, which
no clear way to reproduce, so I finally tracked this down. Hope that helps.
 
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TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
transit tracking app for Android-powered devices
Security <security@isscp.com>: Oct 23 12:30PM -0400

Hi all
 
I'm seeking help on supporting multiple screens / devices
 
background
----------------
I have an app in early development, that works and is full screen for a
Galaxy Tab 10" tablet.
But when I run the same app on a Galaxy Note 3 phone
The screen overflows the phone's display.
 
Buttons that appear on the bottom right corner of the tablet are not visible on the phone.
Even though the phone has a larger screen resolution, but obviously a physically smaller screen.
 
The app targets KitKat or newer, so no old api support is needed.
 
 
 
Questions
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Besides designing for different screen densities is there a way to design a single screen for multiple screen sizes / densities ?
How do you detect the devices screen density / size to know which display or layout to use ?
 
I physically have a tablet that I can test to. But I don't have a Note 3 phone to test on.
How can I make the emulator be a note 3 phone to tested between physical tablet and emulated phone ?
 
 
 
Thanks in advance
TheBearF8
12169 <ashish.acet@gmail.com>: Oct 23 09:00AM -0700

Thanx..
 
On Friday, January 24, 2014 11:54:00 AM UTC-8, mbanzon wrote:
deepak <emailmedeepak@gmail.com>: Oct 23 05:08AM -0700

I am trying to implement P2P video streaming from IP Camera to Android.
Anyone can suggest me a good P2P library that can be used for peer to peer
streaming from IP camera to Android App ?
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Abhishek Kumar Gupta <akgaec2007@gmail.com>: Oct 22 10:24PM -0700

<http://stackoverflow.com/questions/26484949/how-to-pause-resume-video-recording-using-mediacodec?noredirect=1#>

Actually I want to implement pause/resume feature for recording video. I
have taken the code from CameraCaptureActivity of Grafika(
https://github.com/google/grafika) and able to record video with the help
of MediaCodec and MediaMuxar.
 
My question is very much similar to Pause/Resume MediaCodec
<http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21018578/pause-resume-mediacodec>. The
accepted answer quotes that "See the CameraCaptureActivity in Grafika(
https://github.com/google/grafika), which leaves the encoder alive across
activity restarts. If you don't want to have a pause in the video during
the restart, you'll need to keep track of how long encoding was paused, and
then adjust the timestamps being fed into the muxer".
 
Can anybody suggest example on how to adjust timestamps for MediaCodec
video capture so that I can implement pause/resume feature.
 
Any help or suggestion will be well appreciated.
 
*Note* My application is going to target Android 4.3+ (API 18).
AndyD <google@adennie.e4ward.com>: Oct 22 12:23PM -0700

I'm working with a client that has a large number of apps published to the
Play store and I'd like to get aggregated statistics like daily user
installs/uninstalls and total installs, across all apps. Right now the
only way to do this seems to be to export each app's stats into a CSV file
and manually combine them.
 
Has anybody developed a script to do this that they could share, or are you
aware of service that offers this? Thanks.
 
-Andy
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