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[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 25 Messages in 18 Topics

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    James Black <planiturthian@gmail.com> Jan 20 09:30AM -0500  

    It looks like you are using a table.
     
    You will need to update a file on an SD card or store this in preferences
    or a database, but the buttons and links should not be in your layout.
     
    I would suggest the app be empty then it gets an update and places the
    buttons.
     
    You may need to specify button colors or types in this file that is
    downloaded.

     

    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jan 20 07:51AM -0600  

    On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 12:50:30PM -0800, hzakimoto wrote:
     
    > I'm also a musician.
     
    You've no doubt already done some composition, then, so why not just
    write your own? Or just ad lib. Either way, it's a LOT easier, as
    a musician, to just write your own music than to get out of legal
    trouble for violating copyright laws.... Besides, it's not as if
    you're going to be writing a concerto...all you need is background
    and effects. In other words, even easier.
     
    Later,
    --jim
     
    --
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    ICBM / Hurricane: | is inherently of no value to us."
    30.44406N 86.59909W | (Western Union internal memo, 1876)
     
    Android Apps Listing at http://www.jstrack.org/barcodes.html

     

    Chihwah <chihwahli@gmail.com> Jan 20 03:12PM +0100  

    Hello,
     
    I am sure that is not legal, you would still be using parts of an
    original song, so you need permission.
    Don't think this is the right place to ask such questions. An
    organisation about copyright will be able to answer your question more
    accurate.
     
    Cwli
     
     
     
    Op 20-1-2012 14:51, Jim Graham schreef:

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Jan 20 08:09AM -0600  


    > Now please let me know about how to embed objects into games. Does it
    > require using some game engine or we need to manually do this b
    > performing lots of coding.
     
    A) That doesn't make much sense.
    B) That doesn't sound like it has anything to do with Android specifically.
     
     
    > Also let me know about some good references to start with.
     
    Heard of Google?
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Jan 20 08:07AM -0600  

    > phone to the pc and if he does, so what? those messages are meant for
    > troubleshooting rather then testing things out, isn't that how you're you
    > using them? because if you are, what's the problem with leaving them there?
     
     
    1 - Excessive logging slows your app down.
    2 - Many apps have been known to leave inappropriate contents in their logs
    (keys, passwords, etc).
    3 - For developers, it's quite annoying to debug one's own app while the
    LogCat is flooded with crap from other apps that shouldn't be there in
    release.
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Chris <chris.foulds@gmail.com> Jan 20 05:40AM -0800  

    I am having issues support the Galaxy Note
     
    My app runs on Android 2.1+ , so I can't use the DPI based screen
    differentiation , and the Galaxy note is 2.3.5 I believe.
     
    My app has a normal display size which works great for small/normal ,
    I also have a large display layout that has been working great for
    7-10inch tablets like Xoom and Amazon Kindle Fire.
     
    However this Galaxy Note has thrown a spanner in the mix.
     
    It is displaying itself as a Large , but my display does not fit on
    the screen.
    The normal layout looks fine on it.
     
    Any ideas how I can make that device use the normal display ? , at the
    moment I am tempted to just exclude it from compatible devices - but
    if there is an elegant workaround it would be better !

     

    Mark Murphy <mmurphy@commonsware.com> Jan 20 08:45AM -0500  

    > the screen.
    > The normal layout looks fine on it.
     
    > Any ideas how I can make that device use the normal display ?
     
    You can't. You need to create a -large set of resources that work well
    on the Galaxy Note and Kindle Fire. The XOOM can use -xlarge
    resources, if the revised -large ones do not work well on a 10"
    screen.
     
    > at the
    > moment I am tempted to just exclude it from compatible devices - but
    > if there is an elegant workaround it would be better !
     
    Bear in mind that your issue is not strictly one tied to the Galaxy
    Note. I would expect you to encounter similar problems on
    similarly-sized devices.
     
    --
    Mark Murphy (a Commons Guy)
    http://commonsware.com | http://github.com/commonsguy
    http://commonsware.com/blog | http://twitter.com/commonsguy
     
    Android 4.0 Programming Books: http://commonsware.com/books

     

    Chris <chris.foulds@gmail.com> Jan 20 06:05AM -0800  

    Thanks
    I will just exclude , can't find any other stupid devices like the
    note.
    Kindle sales are in the 100's per day , not doing all that change for
    a few Galaxy Note's.
     
    It's a shame Google did not sort this mess out on an earlier release ,
    it's becoming a real pain
     

     

    Chihwah <chihwahli@gmail.com> Jan 20 02:55PM +0100  

    Hello,
     
    In a few cases you will need to create a seperate thread. You could get
    an message that your app is not responding. If that's the case, create a
    new thread, Inside this new thread you execute your code.
     
    Might be handy to send some code, so that people can have a look. Hope
    this helps you.
     
    Cwli
     
    Op 20-1-2012 10:27, aru padam schreef:

     

    Chihwah <chihwahli@gmail.com> Jan 20 02:41PM +0100  

    Hello,
     
    A small guide for Eclipse and SDK:
     
    1) unpack SDK and place it somewhere.
     
    2) install ADT plugin from https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse/
    or http instead of https.
     
    ADT plugin will ask you where the SDK directory is
     
    3) after restart, Eclipse will have 2 green buttons. One of them is to
    create an AVD.
    The other is used to install Android API's.
     
    If you follow these 3 steps you will be able to create an AVD.
     
    Cwli
     
     
    Op 20-1-2012 7:19, vivek elangovan schreef:

     

    skink <pskink@gmail.com> Jan 20 05:37AM -0800  

    hi,
     
    i'm using GestureDetector to detect double tup actions and having a
    little problem when trying to startActivity() inside onDoubleTap
    listener.
     
    namely i have observed when onDoubleTap is empty i see the following:
     
    D/GestureActivity( 987): onTouchEvent action=0
    D/GestureActivity( 987): onTouchEvent action=1
    D/GestureActivity( 987): onTouchEvent action=0
    D/GestureActivity( 987): onDoubleTap
    D/GestureActivity( 987): onTouchEvent action=1
     
    here action == 0 for ACTION_DOWN, while action == 1 for ACTION_UP
     
    as you can see onDoubleTap is being called after second tups's
    ACTION_DOWN and before its ACTION_UP, strange but OK
     
    but when i call startActivity() in onDoubleTap listener i see:
     
    D/GestureActivity( 1019): onTouchEvent action=0
    D/GestureActivity( 1019): onTouchEvent action=1
    D/GestureActivity( 1019): onTouchEvent action=0
    D/GestureActivity( 1019): onDoubleTap
    D/GestureActivity( 1019): onPause
     
    as you can see there is missing second ACTION_UP (i think it's because
    my main activity is paused and doesn't handle touch events) and when i
    return back to my main activity GestureDetector is somehow mislead and
    behaves a bit strange
     
    in the end i used onDoubleTapEvent (instead of onDoubleTap) like this:
    public boolean onDoubleTapEvent(MotionEvent e) {
    if (e.getAction() == MotionEvent.ACTION_UP) {
    // start activity here
    }
    }
     
    and it works OK but i'm still not sure if it's a good solution
     
    any ideas how to use onDoubleTap in my scenario?
     
    pskink

     

    aru <arufian703@gmail.com> Jan 20 05:25AM -0800  

    Hi guys,
    would you tell me the best adnetwork that exist on Android platform.
    currently I use Admob, but I feel their CPM is low, and I want to
    change to greystripe but I don't know it's gonna be going well or not.
     
    Thanks,
    Aru

     

    Christopher Van Kirk <christopher.vankirk@gmail.com> Jan 20 09:35PM +0800  

    Try it and see?
     
    On 1/20/2012 9:25 PM, aru wrote:

     

    Dhaval Varia <dhavalkvaria@gmail.com> Jan 20 06:58PM +0530  

    I want to fire my app on lock/unlock key press for few times.
     
    how to do it?
    thanx

     

    Mark Murphy <mmurphy@commonsware.com> Jan 20 08:23AM -0500  


    > I'm looking for a deeper search into android.git.kernel.org (aka
    > github.com/android). The aapt source, for example.
     
    > I thought that is what code search used to provide.
     
    It did.
     
    If you know the repo in question, GitHub has search. It does not
    appear to offer a search of all repos for a user, though. And I'm not
    sure if they offer an API to their search mechanism that somebody
    could use to write a cross-repo search front-end.
     
    --
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    http://commonsware.com | http://github.com/commonsguy
    http://commonsware.com/blog | http://twitter.com/commonsguy
     
    Android 4.0 Programming Books: http://commonsware.com/books

     

    Lester Quintero <lesterquite@gmail.com> Jan 20 05:12AM -0800  

    Hi,
     
    I see the example and I did not find where using insert - Select to
    put data into database.
    I assume then that this can not be done, as I searched many examples
    and have not found anything like.
     
    Thanks, for your help.
     
     
     
     
     

     

    rachana govilkar <rachana.govilkar@gmail.com> Jan 19 11:42PM -0800  

    I did write this code but its of no use as my Chronometer is not
    getting displayed only.
    And hence this time ticking is not taking place.
    Do I need to add some code in code I mentioned above???
     
     

     

    rachana govilkar <rachana.govilkar@gmail.com> Jan 20 05:02AM -0800  

    hmm not yet.I will check it out.
    Thanks for help.
     

     

    Mika <mika.ristimaki@gmail.com> Jan 20 04:50AM -0800  

    Hi all,
     
    In my app the process number 1 generates around 1KB of data every
    couple of seconds and passes this to process number 2. To my
    understanding there are three ways to pass data between processes:
    publishing IPC interface using Binder, using Messeger or using
    Broadcasts. I would like to get some feedback what would the best way
    to pass the data between the processes? Any ideas how android handles
    these different scenarios? Also would it be more effective to cache
    the data in process 1 for a while and then send the data in longer
    intervals and bigger chunks to process 2?
     
    Any insight to this is really valuable.
     
    I know that this all could be done in one process also, but because of
    the use case and some external requirements unfortunately that is not
    really option in my case...

     

    rahul verma <rahulsgonnarock@gmail.com> Jan 20 04:45AM -0800  

    hi everyone,
    i am caught in a big problem...
     
    I have made a downloading app. it works fine ,but one big problem is
    there.
     
    When i am downloading a .apk file using my code,on installing the
    downloaded file i am always getting a package parsing error
     
    My code:
     
     
    try {
    URL url = new URL(link);
    HttpURLConnection connection;
    try {
    connection = (HttpURLConnection) url.openConnection();
    File file=new File(SDCardDir+File.separator
    +"DownloadEverythingPro"+File.separator+fileName);
    if(file.exists()){
    downloaded = (int) file.length();
    status=Handlerr.RESUMED;
    connection.setRequestProperty("Range", "bytes="+
    (file.length())+"-");
     
    }
    else{
    downloaded=0;
    connection.setRequestProperty("Range", "bytes=" + 0 +
    "-");
    status=Handlerr.FRESH_DOWNLOAD;
     
    }
    connection.setDoInput(true);
    connection.setDoOutput(true);
    j=connection.getContentLength();
    int lastSlash = url.toString().lastIndexOf('/');
    fileName = "file.bin";
    if(lastSlash >=0)
    {
    fileName = url.toString().substring(lastSlash + 1);
    }
    if(fileName.equals(""))
    {
    fileName = "file.bin";
    }
     
     
     
    k=j+downloaded;
    BufferedInputStream in = new
    BufferedInputStream(connection.getInputStream());
    FileOutputStream fos=(downloaded==0)? new
    FileOutputStream(SDCardDir+File.separator
    +"DownloadEverythingPro"+File.separator+fileName): new
    FileOutputStream(SDCardDir+File.separator
    +"DownloadEverythingPro"+File.separator+fileName,true);
    BufferedOutputStream bout = new BufferedOutputStream(fos,
    1024);
    byte[] data = new byte[1024];
    int x = 0;
    while ((x = in.read(data, 0, 1024)) >= 0) {
    bout.write(data, 0, x);
     
    downloaded += x;
    informMiddle(status+"!"+downloaded+"/"+k
    +"!"+this.fileName+"!"+this.link2);
    }
    in.close();
    fos.close();
    bout.close();
    } catch (IOException e) {
    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
    e.printStackTrace();
    return;
    }
     
     
     
    } catch (MalformedURLException e) {
    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
    e.printStackTrace();
    return;
     
    }

     

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[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 25 Messages in 23 Topics

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    Pradeep <predeepsarc@gmail.com> Jan 20 04:05AM -0800  

    Multiple markers at this line
    - The method onClick(View) of type new View.OnClickListener(){} must
    override a superclass
    method
    - implements android.view.View.OnClickListener.onClick

     

    Raneez <raneezn@gmail.com> Jan 20 03:55AM -0800  

    I get the following error while trying to record audio:
     
    E/AndroidRuntime(759): java.lang.RuntimeException: setAudioSource
    failed.
     
    E/AndroidRuntime(759): at
    android.media.MediaRecorder.setAudioSource(Native Method)).
     
    Please help me out.

     

    tegbird <tegbird@gmail.com> Jan 20 03:25AM -0800  

    In 3.0+ and 4.0+,
    When user switches applications
    Android takes a screenshot of the current activity before moving the
    application in background. If you press the task-switcher button, you
    can see the snapshot of your app.
    I want to avoid that android takes snapshot of my activity as it has
    sensitive data in it.
    I have already tried flag "excludeFromRecents" but it doesnot work.
     
    Any help is appreciated.

     

    "Harri Smått" <harism@gmail.com> Jan 20 01:37PM +0200  

    On Jan 20, 2012, at 1:25 PM, tegbird wrote:
    > If you press the task-switcher button, you
    > can see the snapshot of your app.
     
    Does this happen also if you jump to another task, and press task-switcher button from that other task again? Is your application still available there?
     
    --
    Harri

     

    bt <bartadev@gmail.com> Jan 20 03:29AM -0800  

    Hi,
     
    I would like to display application icons in my app with the same
    dimension as they are visible on the home screen.
     
    Is there any way to get that information. I mean it would be fine if
    there were an attribute or style I could use, for example:
     
    <ImageView layout_width="?android:attr/preferredIconWidth"
    layout_height="?android:attr/preferredIconHeight"/>
     
    Thanks,
    Tamas

     

    Ricardo Santos <ricardo.c.r.santos@gmail.com> Jan 20 09:20AM -0200  

    You will need more than 7 days for that...
     
    My advice it for you to go beyond wikipedia and see some real image
    processing books. I had this on college a few years ago and do not remember
    the name of the subject, but I know that with some real research you can do
    it.
     
    Hope you don't have a deadline to this project... :D
     
    On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 8:23 AM, Raghav Sood <raghavsood@androidactivist.org

     

    Ricardo Santos <ricardo.c.r.santos@gmail.com> Jan 20 09:02AM -0200  

    Do the notepad tutorial, on the developers page, it will help you a lot.
     

     

    "Etienne Le Néchet" <etienne.lenechet@gmail.com> Jan 18 12:43PM -0800  

    Hello,
     
    I develop an application which use camera...but I want an overlay. I
    want draw a circle which allows a person to place his head properly
    for face recognition. What are method to implement that?

     

    Ricardo Santos <ricardo.c.r.santos@gmail.com> Jan 20 08:57AM -0200  

    I have never done anything similar to it, but I would advise you to
    subclass the component you are using and extend the onCanvas() method to
    put a circle on the place desired.
     
    But, as I said, I have never done anything like that, so if I said anything
    wrong, someone please correct me.
     
    2012/1/18 Etienne Le Néchet <etienne.lenechet@gmail.com>
     

     

    Jon Bonbon Jovi <george.redemption@gmail.com> Jan 19 02:05AM -0800  

    I have spent some time examining the checkjni mode using an Android
    emulator with my app.
    Altough it is written (in http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2011/11/jni-local-reference-changes-in-ics.html)
    that CheckJNI is on by default if debuggable="true" & targetSdkVersion
    is at least Ice Cream Sandwich (in the AndroidManifest.xml file) - The
    debug output dump of the CheckJNI (warning and errors) is still
    printed in the DDMS, even if i use a Gingerbread values and install it
    on a Gingerbread emulator.
     
    The only difference that i have found is that CheckJNI warnings on an
    Ice Cream Sandwich emulator (no matter what were the values in my
    AndroidManifest.xml file) will cause the app to crash with the
    respected warning - while they would only be printed in a Gingerbread
    emulator (I have tested a DeleteGlobalRef used on local reference to
    induce this warning).
     
    There are two non-informational logs that are printed in accordance to
    the AndroidManifest.xml - But the logs of the of the CheckJNI mode are
    not affected.
     
    Here are the logs -
     
    #On ICS emulator
    After Installing the app:
    01-19 08:43:01.491: D/AndroidRuntime(32): CheckJNI is ON
     
    Loading the app:
    01-19 08:32:26.617: D/dalvikvm(590): Not late-enabling CheckJNI
    (already on)
    (The last line is printed only when debuggable="true")
    01-19 08:32:27.066: I/dalvikvm(590): Turning on JNI app bug
    workarounds for target SDK version 10...
    (The last line is printed only when targetSdkVersion=10)
     
    On error code (crash):
    01-19 08:37:56.176: W/dalvikvm(651): JNI WARNING: DeleteGlobalRef on
    non-global 0x41339550 (type=1)
    ...
    01-19 08:37:56.187: E/dalvikvm(651): VM aborting
    01-19 08:37:56.187: A/libc(651): Fatal signal 11 (SIGSEGV) at
    0xdeadd00d (code=1)
     
    #On Gingerbread:
     
    After Installing the app:
    01-19 08:43:01.491: D/AndroidRuntime(32): CheckJNI is ON
     
    Loading the app:
    No important logs
     
    On error code (no crash):
    01-19 08:45:20.079: W/dalvikvm(304): JNI: DeleteGlobalRef(0x40608718)
    failed to find entry (valid=1)
     
     
    So my question is how should i turn it on/off - and how should it
    affect the application (or the logs) differently when on?
     
    Thanks.

     

    nemi chhimpa <ernemi@gmail.com> Jan 18 06:30PM +0530  

    Hi
     
    add below lines to manifest file
     
    <receiver android:name="receiverclass">
    <intent-filter>
    <action
    android:name="android.intent.action.BOOT_COMPLETED" />
     
    </intent-filter>
    </receiver>
    <uses-permission
    android:name="android.permission.RECEIVE_BOOT_COMPLETED"></uses-permission>
     
    and add reciver class and write the code in receiver class file
     
    On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 5:55 PM, Narendra Bagade

     

    Eric Tseng <eric.thtseng@gmail.com> Jan 19 06:03AM -0800  

    While I'm developing my app, I need to get my device physical size.
    But the current functions like display.getSize() or heightPixels in
    DisplayMetrics return the sizes which exclude the decorations like
    status bar.
    Like my device, I'd like to get 1280*800 not 1280*752(which excludes
    status bar).
    Is there anyone able to get the physical size of the device?
     
    Thanks

     

    IS SOA <issoa99@gmail.com> Jan 17 02:00PM -0800  

    he must be asking to upload his android development apps, i am
    interested too
     

     

    Kal <kaldroid@gmail.com> Jan 17 05:31PM -0800  

    Hi All,
     
    I am currently working on porting android ICS ver 4.0 the CTS version
    in my source tree is 4.0_r1.
     
    I saw that the latest CTS version available for download is 4.0.3_r1.
     
    I want to start execution of CTS on my target. Which CTS version
    should I choose ?
     
    Is there a necessity that CTS version should match with the android
    version ?
     
    Please advice. Thanks in advance.

     

    Harpreet Singh <harryb87@gmail.com> Jan 19 04:34AM -0800  

    I am not good in android but as much i studied we can use finish();
    method to destroy current activity.
     

     

    Lester Quintero <lesterquite@gmail.com> Jan 17 06:59PM -0800  

    Hi everybody,
     
    Someone knows how to detect that an element exists and prevent the
    insert using ContentProviderOperation
     
    Thanks.

     

    Rohit Sharma <hunk241@gmail.com> Jan 18 05:29AM -0800  

    I am going to start with android game development (initially 2D). Now
    please let me know about how to embed objects into games. Does it
    require using some game engine or we need to manually do this b
    performing lots of coding. Also let me know about some good references
    to start with.Thanks in advance !

     

    RD <00drk00@gmail.com> Jan 19 08:15PM -0800  

    Hi
     
    There are 11 to 12 Crores of people around the world who speak one of
    the INDIAN Languages called *TELUGU*. For such kind of language there is
    not rendering / display support given in *"Google+"* app of Android
    platform. In iPhone IOS 4+, *Google+ app*, it is displayed / rendered very
    nicely without any hiccup's.
     
    That is one of the silliest / simplest reasons why myself and other 2
    friends of mine have to go with iPhone, But Google+ is important for us in
    day to day work we do and involve with ...! So please try to bring this *
    TELUGU* font rendering support ASAP in *" Google+ for Android ".*
    *
    *
    * ** This is very slow and bad for one of the fastest growing Mobile OS
    in the market. Never expected this from google. I've waited for this
    feature to be available in Android for around 5 months and it never was
    included. *

     

    Isaac <itzhak.benakiva@gmail.com> Jan 18 12:27PM -0800  

    Hi Giuseppe,
     
    You can call MediaController's show(int timeout) method and pass
    MediaPlayer.getDuration() as parameter to it.
    Something like
     
    myMediacontroller.show(myMP.getDuration());
     
    I hope this helps.
     
    Cheers,
    Isaac
     

     

    Jonas Jalminger <jonas@alkit.se> Jan 18 04:31AM -0800  

    Hi,
     
    I use HTTPS to connect to a server using both server and client
    authentication. This works fine, no problem. However, on every request
    made to the server I am forced to make a handshake even though it is
    supposed to cache authenticated sessions.
     
    I have tried the Apache HttpClient, AndroidHttpClient and
    HttpsUrlConnection but no luck in resuming the session. Just to see if
    I had misconfigured my server, I have used the same code, more or
    less, with the apache HttpClient in java and there it resumed the
    session just fine. I also used the chrome browser to connect to the
    same server with client authentication and it was even faster in
    resuming the session.
     
    Has anyone managed to resume any SSL session out there using any of
    the 3 ways above?
     
    /Jonas

     

    "José María Tristán Martín" <jose.tristan.martin@gmail.com> Jan 18 11:54PM -0800  

    Hi,
    I only speak a little english, so I wait that you can understandme.
     
    I get the phone numbers and I want to show into a listview.
     
    My code is:
     
     
    Uri uri = Uri.withAppendedPath(PhoneLookup.CONTENT_FILTER_URI,
    Uri.encode("325-741-886"));
    ContentResolver cr = this.getContentResolver();
    Cursor cursor = cr.query(uri, new String[]{PhoneLookup.DISPLAY_NAME,
    PhoneLookup.NUMBER },
    null, null, null);
     
    ListView list = (ListView) this.findViewById(R.id.listView1);
    SimpleCursorAdapter adapter = new SimpleCursorAdapter(this,
    android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1, cursor,
    new String[]{PhoneLookup.DISPLAY_NAME} , new int[]
    {android.R.id.text1});
    list.setAdapter(adapter);
     
    And, when the debug reach to the point of declaration of object
    adapter, eclipse show me a tab with text
    ActivityThead.performLaunchActivity.
    Source not found.
    Edit Source Lookup Path...
     
    In the tab LogCat I don't see any error.
     
    Thank you very much.

     

    skink <pskink@gmail.com> Jan 20 12:04AM -0800  

    cindy wrote:
    > I can use to draw wave like that?
     
    > Thanks!
     
    > Cindy
     
    what about Bézier curves?
     
    pskink

     

    rachana govilkar <rachana.govilkar@gmail.com> Jan 19 11:39PM -0800  


    > > but no luck.
     
    > > Can anybody help me on this issue??
     
    > yiu didn't say what your issue is. no luck?
     
    no luck is chronometer is not getting displayed and once it did but
    its not showing me time.It just showed 00.00 all the time.

     

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    saex <elpablosaez@gmail.com> Jan 20 02:46AM -0800  

    i have a android app that gets a binary file from a php script.
     
    I need to store the binary file returned by the remote php script into
    a binary file on the cache mem of the app. And after i use the binary
    file, i need to remove it.
     
    How can i achieve it?
     
    thanks

     

    ANKUR GOEL <ankur1486@gmail.com> Jan 20 04:08PM +0530  

    hi all '
     
    i am retriving contacts from android phone ...but its taking the contacts
    of gmail also how to avoid the gmail contacts .
     
    thanks
    urgent

     

    Raghav Sood <raghavsood@androidactivist.org> Jan 20 03:53PM +0530  

    This is currently not possible. Unless you are willing to write code that
    can efficiently describe to AndAR how every possible bulb you will be use
    looks from every angle, then I'd suggest you drop it.
     
    Thanks
     
     
    --
    Raghav Sood
    http://www.androidactivist.org/ - Author
    http://www.appaholics.in/ - Founder

     

    sktniran <sktniranjanadevi@gmail.com> Jan 20 02:14AM -0800  

    Thanks Guys.. i solved this problem. the solution is we need to
    dismiss the progressDialog and set this to null in onPause method. And
    in onPostExecute method we have to check progressDialog!=null before
    dismiss this dialog...
     
     
     
     
     
    Thnak you for your response

     

    dara kok <mrpc.cambodia@gmail.com> Jan 20 02:08AM -0800  

    A Simple app with a widget that once a button on the widget is clicked, it
    will lead back into the app.
     
    My issue is that when the app is force close using a button in the
    application setting page, my widget becomes actionless.
     
    I've put a few log statement within the widget provider. after the force
    close event, the log statement wont produce any text so it means to me that
    the widgetprovider knows nothing about touch event after the force close
    action is clicked.
     
    Anyone here knows how to reactivate my widget?
     
     
    Thanks,

     

    jamesc <jamescu@gmail.com> Jan 20 02:02AM -0800  

    Create a new selector (see http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/resources/drawable-resource.html#StateList)
    for the item, and then configuring the colour/background values
    depending on state. By state, I mean, your item could be
    'Checkable' (i.e. only a single item in the whole GridView can be
    checked at a time) and then when it's tapped, set it to checked, and
    the appropriate value in the selector would be chosen. Alternatively,
    you could use the item's .setEnabled() method and do something
    similar.
     
    You may also need to be aware of the android:duplicateParentState
    attribute.
     

     

    ashiq sayyad <ashiqsayyad@gmail.com> Jan 20 03:29PM +0530  

    Thanks all. For earlier version devices, I tried dispatching power button
    key event via code to lock the phone.But its not dispatching the key event
    for.....
     
    Thanks & Regards,
    Ashiq Sayyad
     

     

    Himanshi Saxena <himanshi57@gmail.com> Jan 20 01:37AM -0800  

    Hi all,
    I am doing a college project on "adaptive video streaming on android".
    I need to integrate ffmpeg libraries with android sdk to use. I surfed
    but could not find detailed guidelines to do so. I am new to android
    programming and dont have much experience. I would really appreciate
    any help in this regard..
     
    Thanks in advance.

     

    "muhammad.umer12@hotmail.com" <muhammad.umer12@hotmail.com> Jan 20 01:36AM -0800  

    hi,
    I want to encode each frame and these encoded frame send to
    network and save it in a video file. please tell me which encoder i
    have to use, that supported by Android. and also suggest the link for
    it.
     
     
    Thanks and Regards
     
    umer

     

    aru padam <deepeshppm@gmail.com> Jan 20 01:27AM -0800  

    Hi all,
     
    I am using internet connection in android application.Suppose net
    connection is slow ,then the app is force closed .
     
    How can i rectify this problem .....Please help me .urgent.......
     
    Thanks in Advance
     
    Deepesh C

     

    Ratheesh Valamchuzhy <androidrcn@gmail.com> Jan 20 02:58PM +0530  

    catch the timed out exception and solve the issue.....

     

    naga radhesh <nagaradhesh@gmail.com> Jan 19 12:11AM -0800  

    In gingerbread derived sensor use to work fine. After porting ICS,
    derived sensors are not working.when i browse through SensorService
    code, i found that in ICS derived sensor data is computed only if
    accelerometer, magnetometer and gyro are present.I dont have gyro in
    my device.
    Is this the reason for failure?
     
    Does any one has faced such kind of problem? if so can you please help
    me. please correct me if my understanding is wrong.
     
    Thanks in advance.

     

    Michelle Wang <michellewanghit@gmail.com> Jan 18 02:00AM -0800  

    I found a sample about TouchDelegate. And the link(Using a
    TouchDelegate) is as below:
     
    http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/browse_thread/thread/178af525ab84b371
     
    I did as the sample did, and found out that the run method of Runnable
    would not be executed before any event.
     
    But the method wouldn't work if I move code in run() without using the
    post method of parent view. It seems this will not work.
     
    Thanks for your reply.

     

    okp <okapee.masapiro@gmail.com> Jan 18 02:24PM -0800  

    There is one question. Please teach me if someone have any related
    information. And I'm sorry for my poor English.
     
    I wanna send DTMF signals to the IVR in my app when press
    the my app's UI button. But it was impossible in program
    code.And I tried my cellphone generate DualTone and its mic
    pick up its sound. But it was impossible too.
     
    Then I came up with two methods.
     
    ①Using like "tasker app", press the dialpad(a feature of the
    OS) when press the UI button (dialpad can send DTMF signals.).
    ②Using automated UI testing tools, automatically display the
    dialpad button is pressed.
     
    Is it possible above two methods? If they are no, are there
    any other way to send DTMF signals?
     
    Thank you for your reading.

     

    SVRP VARMA <svrpvarma@gmail.com> Jan 19 05:20AM -0800  

    Hi,
     
    I am using a Tegra tablet for my tablet running Android 2.2.
     
    I am facing a strange issue. Two instances of the app are running when
    I configure the app to run on-boot. I've the flags as below.
     
    intent2.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK |
    Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_CLEAR_TOP| Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_SINGLE_TOP );
     
    Still I am facing the issue. I am refering this as strange because if
    I don't run the app at startup there is no problem. The app runs
    normal when it is run manually.
     
    Can anybody help please?

     

    siwatson <siwatson@gmail.com> Jan 18 04:41PM -0800  

    I'm updating an Android 2.2 application to use CursorLoader (using the
    v4 compatibility library) and I'm using the CursorLoaderSupport
    example (http://developer.android.com/resources/samples/Support4Demos/
    src/com/example/android/supportv4/app/LoaderCursorSupport.html) to
    help me.
     
    My question is should this example app automatically update its
    displayed list when a contact is edited in the contact application?
     
    When I run it (on an 2.2 N1 or 2.2/2,3 emulator), I see my list of
    contacts but, when I switch to the contacts app, edit a contact, and
    switch back, I don't see the change reflected. I thought a
    CursorLoader would automatically call onLoadFinished() when the data
    associated with its query content URI changed? Am I missing something?
     
    My reason for asking this is because I'm seeing the same problem in my
    app with my own content provider. Everything worked fine when using
    ManagedQuery previously (content notifications automatically updated
    my SimpleCursorAdapter) but I can't seem to get the same behaviour
    with a CursorLoader.

     

    Ganeshji Marwaha <ganeshread@gmail.com> Jan 18 11:45PM +0530  

    Alex,
     
    When your BOOT_COMPLETE Broadcast receiver is called, your application
    subclass's onCreate() method would have been called for sure. Of course it
    is going to be called only once, but if you already have your data
    initialized and cached, there should be no reason why you could not access
    it.
     
    I guess, if you could throw in some code, it could help debug to find the
    answer.
     
    Also, check if you are doing some of the initialization work in a separate
    thread. If that is the case, then your broadcast receiver may get invoked
    before the thread completes.
     
    Ganesh.
     
    On Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 11:32 PM, Kristopher Micinski <

     

    issac balaji <issacbalaji@gmail.com> Jan 19 02:21AM -0800  

    i'm trying to add radio button in the table roa as dynamically i'm
    getting error

     

    kyawswa aung <kyawswaaung87@gmail.com> Jan 18 03:04AM -0800  

    Hello,
     
    I would like to load my custom map by using google map api. I
    would like to develop a kind of map app for stand alone device. Is
    that possible? if it is possible, could you please give me some
    advices or references.
     
    Thanks to all.

     

    Leno Britto <lenobj@gmail.com> Jan 17 03:31PM -0300  

    I don't get it, what logs? the ones you created for logcat?
    yeah, you can always remove or comment them, but why would you do that? the user won't see those unless he plugs the phone to the pc and if he does, so what? those messages are meant for troubleshooting rather then testing things out, isn't that how you're you using them? because if you are, what's the problem with leaving them there?
     
    Leno Britto - http://lenobj.com
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/lenobj
     
    On 17/01/2012, at 15:11, TreKing wrote:
     

     

    BVB <borys.boyko@west.cmu.edu> Jan 19 05:29PM -0800  

    Hello Everyone,
     
    I am attempting to add an AutoCompleteTextView to my Android Honeycomb
    application. I would like the AutoCompleteTextView to access the
    contacts of the primary Google account that is registered on the
    device. Specifically, I would it to provide suggestions for e-mail
    addresses listed in the "Directory" (see http://i.imgur.com/kvSNy.jpg
    ). The GMail application seems to have this exact functionality, but
    as far as I know, it is not open source.
     
    I got started by adding the AutoCompleteTextView to my layout and
    adding <uses-permission
    android:name="android.permission.READ_CONTACTS" /> to the Manifest
    file. However, I am not sure how to get the contacts (specifically
    those in the "Directory") and use their e-mails as suggestions for the
    AutoCompleteTextView.
     
    Does anyone have any ideas?
     
    Thank you!

     

    Harpreet Singh <harryb87@gmail.com> Jan 19 04:39AM -0800  

    I am creating an app for a website's directory services, there are
    wide category of online submission forms on their database, how can i
    add those services to my app?
     
    How can I communicate with the database which that site is using?

     

    James <jamesgoodwin@gmail.com> Jan 18 12:10AM -0800  

    Does the PHP page work when you use it from the web browser on your
    phone?

     

    Lester Quintero <lesterquite@gmail.com> Jan 17 07:37AM -0800  

    Hello everybody,
     
    Its possible with content providers make insert-select in SqlIte
    database.
    would be something like:
     
    Insert into Table(t1, t2)
    Select tx, ty
    From Table
     
    or
     
    Insert into Table(t1, t2)
    Select tx, ty WHERE NOT EXISTS ...
     
    Thanks.

     

    IS SOA <issoa99@gmail.com> Jan 17 12:42PM -0800  

    i have been looking to implement the mediaplayer/mediacontroller class
    which includes the basic control like play, pause, stop, forward,
    reverse, seeker etc....? is there any built-in functionlity out there?
    or any third party control?

     

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