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    daulat bachhav <daulatbachhav@gmail.com> Sep 30 09:52PM -0700  

    u using http service it's actually download then play
    it's not real streaming.
     
    On Friday, 28 September 2012 14:11:24 UTC+5:30, Dmitriy F wrote:

     

    Dmitriy F <midnight.88s@gmail.com> Oct 01 10:09AM +0400  

    What do you mean ? It's a live-stream - it shouldn't buffer at all
     
    2012/10/1 daulat bachhav <daulatbachhav@gmail.com>
     

     

    rajlaxmi jagdale <jagdalerajlaxmi@gmail.com> Sep 30 10:32PM -0700  

    I want ideas which are not available in market.

     

    Ibrahim Sada <ibrahim.in2em@gmail.com> Oct 01 11:05AM +0530  

    Who vll give u idea for that..coz every one need that first...
     

     

    rajlaxmi jagdale <jagdalerajlaxmi@gmail.com> Sep 30 10:39PM -0700  

    new ideas to create android apps which includes framework

     

    Krishna Mahadik <krishna.mahadik@gmail.com> Oct 01 10:41AM +0530  

    Hi Guys,
     
    I have been trying to implement Android - .Net Web Service logic in my
    application, but unfortunately I am not able to understand it. Can anyone
    please tell me how does it work and what are key notes for the same.
     
    Thanks & Regards,
    Krishna V. Mahadik
     
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    ----------o00o--(_)--o00o-----------------
     
    "Yesterday is not ours to recover, but
    tomorrow is ours to win or to lose."
     
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    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Oct 01 12:32AM -0500  

    On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 12:11 AM, Krishna Mahadik
     
    > I have been trying to implement Android - .Net Web Service logic in my
    > application, but unfortunately I am not able to understand it. Can anyone
    > please tell me how does it work and what are key notes for the same.
     
     
    Your question is so vague and generic you're never going to get an answer.
    Review this and ask a very targeted, Android-specific question:
     
    http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Paula Castellanos <pcastellanos90@gmail.com> Sep 30 06:12PM -0700  

    Hi guys,
     
    Do you know what is the best practice when I work a data base in Android, I
    mean, I know when you have a "table" you have a helper, but can I have only
    one helper, and it creates all tables. it's a good practice or not.
     
    Thanks, and sorry if I have some mistakes

     

    daulat bachhav <daulatbachhav@gmail.com> Sep 30 09:41PM -0700  

    i think u using only one helper class it,s ok but you'r database size is
    high it,s not so difficult trace for attacer.
     
     
    On Monday, 1 October 2012 06:42:46 UTC+5:30, Paula Castellanos wrote:

     

    daulat bachhav <daulatbachhav@gmail.com> Sep 30 09:38PM -0700  

    i think this is abstract implemntaion of method u put semicolon wrong
    position ,u also put }); this is best ,}); itis called at a same time u
    declare and imlement this current meethod
     
    On Thursday, 27 September 2012 23:53:34 UTC+5:30, EricW wrote:

     

    Asheesh Arya <asheesharya.cs@gmail.com> Oct 01 10:07AM +0530  

    again saying you this exception cause due to because your real device cant
    get last location thats why you didnt got last location on device use if
    else condition and putToast msg in else condition

     

    Spiral123 <cumisnic@gmail.com> Sep 30 08:23PM -0700  

    there is no good solution pre 3.0....you are at the mercy of whatever
    useless skinning the manufacturer did to any particular handset. I suspect
    it's the main reason Google introduced holo light and holo dark with the
    insistence that the basics of these themes are not messed with.
     
    whilst that is fine going forwards there is no relief for earlier
    platforms. from what I can see it's just not talked about on the
    assumption that eventually everyone will be off the earlier versions and
    the problem will just go away.
     
    I looked into styling the options menu a month or so back and got some
    really useful help from folks in this group. the best I could get to was
    to sample the menu background to work out the color: potentially I could
    then have displayed appropriately contrasted resources. I didn't take this
    path because it was too hackish. I eventually ended up creating a set of
    menu icons that were a silhouette against a rounded colored square. The
    color of the background square was chosen to contrast nicely agains a light
    or dark menu background and my icon contrasted nicely with the squares.
     
    One of the iterations the the Google Market app took the same approach
    themselves: they had white icons with a sort of blurry outline around each
    of them. At the time I couldn't work out why they had done this as the
    icons looked sort of funky - but in hindsight I see that they then worked
    against light or dark menu backgrounds.
     
    unfortunately the client didn't like it so we ended up forcing the overflow
    menu to appear in ActionBarSherlock. And before you ask, the actionbar
    overflow menu cannot be styled - by design.
     
     
     
    On Saturday, September 29, 2012 9:36:40 AM UTC-4, andrewg_oz wrote:

     

    solnichko <larik79@gmail.com> Sep 30 06:10PM -0700  

    Hi everyone
     
    Can anyone suggest what are the options for returning complex object/s via
    SOAP from .Net web services?
     
    At the moment I am trying to parse the XML data structure and not quite
    sure how to do so. The data returned looks like this:
    <string><title>Pasifika Drums</title><description>This is a description
    ....<description><url>http://.../Demo.aspx</url><images>http://.../img1.jpg</images></string>
     
     
    Thanks in advance.
    Lara

     

    Kristopher Micinski <krismicinski@gmail.com> Sep 30 09:26PM -0400  

    this isn't Android related, but what do you mean via "complex?"
     
    kris
     

     

    solnichko <larik79@gmail.com> Sep 30 08:17PM -0700  

    I mean not just a simple String or int.
     
    The example XML string above is returned from the web services when an ID
    of this object is passed.
    At the moment I get Title, Description and a couple f URLs returned, but
    have no success parsing the XML String above and displaying the values
    simply in a textbox.
     
    Once I get this working, I will have to implement a listview that will
    display a list of such objects(with Title, Descr, etc.)
     
    From what I figured out I need to receive responce in an XML String or an
    array of objects.
     
    At the moment I am trying to work on XML String option.
     
    My project partner writes the web services and does not have much
    experience either, he expects me to tell him what I need to receive.

     

    Lew <lewbloch@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:54PM -0700  

    Angelo Luciani Riu wrote:
     
    > I write this mail because I'd like to apply GPL license to my Android Apps.
     
    > They're not actually emails on a news forum, they're posts.
     
    And you repeated this one. There's an answer in the other thread you
    started with this question.
     
    The short answer is, do it if you like, according to the GNU instructions,
    the laws of your
    jurisdiction and the advice of competent legal counsel.
     
    Which I am not.
     
    --
    Lew

     

    Illyoung Choi <bugsoda@gmail.com> Sep 29 11:30PM -0700  

     

    Lew <lewbloch@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:51PM -0700  

    On Sunday, September 30, 2012 2:32:58 AM UTC-4, Illyoung Choi wrote:

     

    Lew <lewbloch@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:50PM -0700  

    Angelo Luciani Riu wrote:
     
    > I write this mail because I'd like to apply GPL license to my Android Apps.
     
    > I read some step from [url ] www.gnu.org)<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-howto.it.html>[/url]
    > and I understand I have to do the followings steps :
     
    So do those steps.

     
     
    > 1. Every file should have a copyright line
    > Esempio: /*Copyright 2012 Angelo Luciani*/
     
    This is a standard copyright question. You should check the copyright laws
    in your jurisdiction
    or wherever you intend to distribute your work.

     
    > along with Nome-Programma. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>
    > */
     
    > 3. The code to be shared
     
    In general terms, as I understand it, one attaches copyright notices to
    whatever work
    over which one wishes to assert copyright.

     
     
    > 4. A complete license shoud be present into the Project
     
    > *IN REGARD OF THIS I HAVE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS !*
     
     
    Wow! Did you have to shout? Why?
     
    Rather rude of you, I should say.
     
     
    > D1. I wrote point 1 and 2 only to .JAVA [sic] files, what's about .XML
    [sic] files, I need to write them?
     
    Are you asking legal advice on a programmers' forum? In general terms, I
    don't know about
    your situation particularly and besides, I am a computer programmer, one
    attaches
    a copyright notice to any work one wishes to copyright. Isn't that how it
    works where you are?
     
    > D2. What's about the database ? I create a .db SQLITE database.
    > Is it necessary insert GPL reference on it ?
     
    Is it data you wish to copyrght, or the database schema? What does your
    lawyer say?
     
    > D3. apk packet is without .java files.
    > Is it necessary to add them into the packet ?
    > If I publish the application source on the net I need to write the link
    in every code source files ?
     
    > D4. If you already use GPL license for Android Apps could you check if
    all steps are correct ?
     
    No one here, and I mean no one here, can tell you if what you did is
    correct. That is a question
    for a lawyer. Would you ask a coffee-bar barristo how to cure your gout?
     
    Follow the GNU instructions, research the law, and if necessary, ask an
    attorney your legal
    questions.
     
    --
    Lew

     

    Lew <lewbloch@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:42PM -0700  

    Larry Meadors wrote:
     
    > Fred Stluka wrote:
    > > I've been very happy with my MacBook Pro.
     
    > +1
     
    I've used a Mac (tower, but same diff) for Android development. It's fine,
    simply because Mac looks
    just like Linux to an Android programmer.

     
    > This isn't really on topic, so I'll keep it short.
     
    > Mac+OSX Just Works. Worth every penny. One big downside is that you'll
    > never want to use Windows again. ;-)
     
    Isn't that also the downside to using Windows? :-)
     
    > http://source.android.com for more info). If you are worried about
    > your budget and don't mind tinkering to make things work (i.e., you
    > value money more than time) this is a viable option.
     
    They, too, just work. And if you're programming for Android, you will be
    tinkering.
     
    I don't know how much "tinkering" Ubuntu needs if you're programming. I've
    used
    Ubuntu for Android development, too, and it, too, just works. It's pretty
    straightforward
    as a programmer's OS.
     
    And it'll be fast enough, for a given hardware configuration. But I'd guess
    you can
    get a lot more speed for your buck through memory size first, and
    multi-core
    architecture second. Get at least a dual-core, preferably more, CPU
    configuration
    and tons of RAM.
     
    4 GiB is plenty for Linux. I don't know enough about Mac to set a minimum.
    More is
    always better.
     
    Solid-state hard drives probably won't affect you as much.
     
    What do you mean by "complex build"? Any Android project I can imagine on
    any hardware
    that could reasonably run Vista should not take more than a minute or five
    to compile in Eclipse.
    What are you doing wrong?
     
    --
    Lew

     

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[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 25 Messages in 13 Topics

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    Sal Colascione III <claziano@gmail.com> Sep 30 04:27PM -0700  

    Thank you very much!
     
    On Saturday, September 29, 2012 5:36:33 PM UTC-4, TreKing wrote:

     

    Sal Colascione III <claziano@gmail.com> Sep 30 04:28PM -0700  

    Thank you as well! I just emailed them asking if they'd have any issue with
    my doing the final compiling, signing and uploading of the app.
     
    On Saturday, September 29, 2012 9:04:04 PM UTC-4, John Coryat wrote:

     

    b0b <pujos.michael@gmail.com> Sep 30 09:18AM -0700  

    Since a few days there seem to be a lot more cancelled orders with "Reason:
    Other (describe below) " than usual.
     
    Do anyone notice this ?

     

    Kostya Vasilyev <kmansoft@gmail.com> Sep 30 11:51PM +0400  

    Yes, seeing more than usual too.
     
    Pretty weird ones, like this, where an order gets canceled by Google and
    yet then marked as shipped (I assume this means the data is put into the
    LVL database on Google's servers):
     
    *Order history*Sep 30 3:13 PMOrder shippedYou shipped this order.Sep 30
    3:13 PMOrder cancelledGoogle cancelled this order.
    Reason: Other (describe below)Sep 30 3:13 PMOrder receivedYou received
    a new order. Google has sent the customer an order confirmation email.
     
     
    And remember: "Google Wallet *makes buying easy* with one wallet for
    online, mobile and in-store shopping.".
     
    -- K
     
    2012/9/30 b0b <pujos.michael@gmail.com>
     

     

    b0b <pujos.michael@gmail.com> Sep 30 02:34PM -0700  

    On Sunday, 30 September 2012 21:57:30 UTC+2, Kostya Vasilyev wrote:
     
    > Yes, seeing more than usual too.
     
     
    Tonight it is a cancel fest with 1 purchase out of 3 or 4 cancelled this
    way...with generally 2 or 3 cancel lines for the same user in the console.

     

    Kostya Vasilyev <kmansoft@gmail.com> Oct 01 02:08AM +0400  

    2012/10/1 b0b <pujos.michael@gmail.com>
     
     
    >> Yes, seeing more than usual too.
     
    > Tonight it is a cancel fest with 1 purchase out of 3 or 4 cancelled this
    > way...with generally 2 or 3 cancel lines for the same user in the console.
     
    Right.
     
    Some celebration, for sure.
     
    -- K
     
     

     

    mw18888 <man_wan@yahoo.com> Sep 30 03:05PM -0700  

    Veritatis,
     
    Thank you for your comment.
     
    Regards,
     
    On Wednesday, September 26, 2012 10:56:24 PM UTC-4, Indicator Veritatis
    wrote:

     

    Streets Of Boston <flyingdutchie@gmail.com> Sep 30 01:18PM -0700  

    Thank you Harri,
    I'm going to try this out tomorrow.
     
    On Friday, September 28, 2012 5:47:10 PM UTC-4, Harri Smått wrote:

     

    Kristopher Micinski <krismicinski@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:00PM -0400  

    So the UI is handled on a single thread... Why don't you disable one
    of them until it is released...
     
    kris
     
    On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 4:45 PM, Streets Of Boston

     

    Lars <werkman.lars@gmail.com> Sep 30 01:14PM -0700  

    Hi,
     
    I want to have an ongoing viewpager (something like the calendar app) where
    i can show the days of the year
    each fragment represents one day. i like to fill that fragment with data
    from the web but i don't want it too load it again and again
    each time i add a fragment to the viewpager, so i have a asynctask in my
    main activity which collects all the data.
    my question is how can i make an ongoing viewpager and how can i when the
    data is loaded in the asynctask put the data in the fragments
    and fill the listviews?
     
    Thanks

     

    Irfan Sheriff <isheriff@gmail.com> Sep 30 12:28PM -0700  

    You would normally use connect() to connect to a peer to supports
    WifiDirect. This would provide no guarantees on whether the current device
    or the peer device is a group owner. connect() needs to be done on both the
    peer devices.
     
    I would only use createGroup() if you have a special requirement of
    supporting legacy wifi devices and want to make sure the current device is
    a group owner. Once you call createGroup() on the current device, you still
    need to call connect() from peer devices to join the group.
     

     

    Fred Stluka <fred@bristle.com> Sep 30 09:49AM -0400  

    I've been very happy with my MacBook Pro.
     
    --Fred
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Fred Stluka -- mailto:fred@bristle.com -- http://bristle.com/~fred/
    Bristle Software, Inc -- http://bristle.com -- Glad to be of service!
    Open Source: Without walls and fences, we need no Windows or Gates.
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
     
    On 9/30/12 12:42 AM, Nathan wrote:

     

    Larry Meadors <larry.meadors@gmail.com> Sep 30 09:18AM -0600  

    > I've been very happy with my MacBook Pro.
     
    +1
     
    This isn't really on topic, so I'll keep it short.
     
    Mac+OSX Just Works. Worth every penny. One big downside is that you'll
    never want to use Windows again. ;-)
     
    Ubuntu 10 and 12 are also VERY good - so much better recently than the
    last time I used Linux on a desktop. If you're interested in diving
    deeper into android (AOSP) Linux is a solid choice (see
    http://source.android.com for more info). If you are worried about
    your budget and don't mind tinkering to make things work (i.e., you
    value money more than time) this is a viable option.
     
    Larry

     

    Thomas Bouron <tbouron@gmail.com> Sep 30 02:15AM -0700  

    Ok, i'll try that and let you know.
    Thanks!
     
    On Sunday, September 30, 2012 1:53:07 AM UTC+2, TreKing wrote:

     

    John Coryat <coryat@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:06AM -0700  

    The most important thing in testing is that the same version code has to be
    uploaded to the Play store (but not activated) as you are testing with. If
    you make changes to your test app, don't update the version code or you'll
    have problems with in-app billing. Once you're ready to publish, you'll
    have to update your version code before you can upload the final version.
     
    -John Coryat
     
     
    On Sunday, September 30, 2012 4:15:25 AM UTC-5, Thomas Bouron wrote:

     

    Thomas Bouron <tbouron@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:42AM -0700  

    Thanks for the notice, i'll keep that in mind.
    I uploaded my testing version (not activated) on Google Play, installed it
    on my phone and published my product. I know that it takes time to be
    pushed over all Google servers so I'm gonna wait and start testing tomorrow.
     
    Hope everything will going fine, I'll keep this thread updated.
     
    Anyway, thank you all!
     
    On Sunday, September 30, 2012 2:06:48 PM UTC+2, John Coryat wrote:

     

    Angelo Luciani Riu <mistereal@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:05AM -0700  

    Hi to all,
    I write this mail because I'd like to apply GPL license to my Android Apps.
     
    I read some step from [url ] www.gnu.org)<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-howto.it.html>[/url]
    and I understand I have to do the followings steps :
     
    1. Every file should have a copyright line
    Esempio: /*Copyright 2012 Angelo Luciani*/

    2. Every file should have a reference to the license
    Esempio /* Nome-Programma is free software: you can redistribute it
    and/or modify
    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
    the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
    (at your option) any later version.
     
    Nome-Programma is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
    GNU General Public License for more details.
     
    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
    along with Nome-Programma. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>
    */
     
    3. The code to be shared
     
    4. A complete license shoud be present into the Project
     
    *IN REGARD OF THIS I HAVE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS !*
     
    D1. I wrote point 1 and 2 only to .JAVA files, what's about .XML files, I
    need to write them?
     
    D2. What's about the database ? I create a .db SQLITE database.
    Is it necessary insert GPL reference on it ?
     
    D3. apk packet is without .java files.
    Is it necessary to add them into the packet ?
    If I publish the application source on the net I need to write the link in
    every code source files ?
     
    D4. If you already use GPL license for Android Apps could you check if all
    steps are correct ?
     
    Thanks in advance.

     

    mohammed Nuhail <nuhail.4u@gmail.com> Sep 30 03:56PM +0530  

    How to send a image from one activity to another activity ?

     

    skink <pskink@gmail.com> Sep 30 04:02AM -0700  

    mohammed Nuhail wrote:
    > How to send a image from one activity to another activity ?
     
    in extras as a Parcelable?
     
    pskink

     

    mohammed Nuhail <nuhail.4u@gmail.com> Sep 30 04:51PM +0530  

    can i send jpeg image ?
     

     

    skink <pskink@gmail.com> Sep 30 04:34AM -0700  

    mohammed Nuhail wrote:
    > can i send jpeg image ?
     
    if you have any image in your filesystem then send its Uri, otherwise
    if you have in-memory bitmap pass it as a Parcelable
     
    pskink

     

    vinay kumar <vk872903@gmail.com> Sep 30 05:06PM +0530  

    Where does this jpeg images exists?
     

     

    Dmitriy F <midnight.88s@gmail.com> Sep 30 12:33PM +0400  

    not quite what I needed, but thanks. The main issue is that this method
    uses uptime
     
    2012/9/28 shuangjie ke <keshuangjie@gmail.com>
     

     

    toto <taitelman@gmail.com> Sep 30 12:03AM -0700  

    Hi
    I must be doing something wrong.
    I was trying to do a silent install of the ADT plugin into Eclipse 3.7.2 .
    (I need to do mass-distributed install - which is why I choose command line
    install)
    so I ran a script:
    java -jar plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.2.0.v20110502.jar
    -application org.eclipse.update.core.standaloneUpdate -command install
    -from jar:file:/tmp/ADT-20.0.2.zip!/ -featureId com.android.ide.eclipse.adt
    -version 20.0.2.v201207191942-407447 -data /tmp/eclipseTest/workspace/
    -consoleLog
     
    but then eclipse returns with
    Contains: Android Development Tools (20.0.2.v201207191942-407447) requires
    plug-in "com.android.ide.eclipse.base".
    !SUBENTRY 1 org.eclipse.update.core 4 4 2012-09-30 08:51:38.673
    !MESSAGE Requested operation cannot be performed because it would
    invalidate the current configuration. See details for more information.
     
    so I am missing the base plugin.
    does anyone know how to install the "base" using command line ? it doesn't
    have a "featureId" .

     

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    Archana <archana.14nair@gmail.com> Sep 29 11:10PM -0700  

    Hi,
     
    How can we do speech recognition of our own set of commands in Android. As
    Android have its own speech sdk,
    But how can I put my own command . Say something like {1a, 1b ...., 2a,
    2b..., 3a, 3b, 3c.. etc}.
    This is an array of alpha numeric value. and when i say "1a" it should
    print the same. is it possible?
     
    Regards,
    Archana

     

    WB <wildbeast2006@gmail.com> Sep 29 10:02PM -0700  

    Dear Android developers,
     
    I want to know additional data to reply of WifiDirect-Discover .
     
    How to do it?
     
    Thanks.

     

    Nathan <nathan.d.mellor@gmail.com> Sep 29 09:42PM -0700  

    Since the hardware would primarily be used for developing Android, I think
    this is on topic.
     
    My three year old Vista laptop does do well at complex builds in Eclipse,
    I'd just like to do more than one per day. ;)
     
    What do you recommend for my next development laptop?
     
    I really don't enjoy hardware shopping any more than car shopping. .
     
    I have a vague idea that I want plenty of processor speed, plenty of
    memory, Solid State drive, and probably 15 inch screen. I do have a 17
    inch screen now, and that was largely because I didn't even have an
    external monitor. Now it is docked to an external monitor most of the time,
    and is just too bulky when I actually do lug it somewhere.
     
    This would probably gain me an hour of productivity every day, so I can
    afford to sink a 1-2,000 or maybe more.
     
    I did have the idea of maybe getting a MacBook Pro, since it could do iOS
    development if I dabbled on the dark side, could possibly run Windows if I
    did some development on that side. Then again, getting a Windows Laptop
    and a Mac mini could also solve that problem.
     
    I haven't really gotten into Linux for a personal computer, though I do
    have a remote server running Debian now.
     
    Nathan

     

    Apurva Goyal <tech.apurva@gmail.com> Sep 29 11:22PM -0400  

    Thanks Blake. The RouteCategoryFragment is not a splash screen. There is a
    separate splash screen activity with a button. Clicking that button
    launches another activity which has the RouteCategoryFragment. Please let
    me know what I need to do replace fragment and add it to backstack.
     
    Thanks
     
    Apurva
     

     

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    John Coryat <coryat@gmail.com> Sep 29 06:04PM -0700  

    You might want to create a user account for them so they can upload apps
    without giving them the keys to the kingdom. I also suggest that you do the
    final compiling, signing and uploading of the app yourself. Doing so will
    ensure you won't lose control to the app.
     
    -John Coryat
     
    On Wednesday, September 26, 2012 10:51:15 AM UTC-5, Sal Colascione III
    wrote:

     

    Artemio Cienfuegos <a.cienfuegosf@gmail.com> Sep 28 04:05AM -0700  

    Hi!
     
    I'm trying to finish my app, but I have an small problem (I think) I hope
    anybody here, could give me a hand.
     
    In my itemezedoverlay, I have this function:
     
    *protected boolean onBalloonTap(int i, OverlayItem item) { *
    * *
    * Toast.makeText(c, "Calculando ruta... " ,Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show(); *
    * *
    * double latitudo = 43.250064;*
    * double longitudo = -5.774496;*
    * *
    * double latitudd = 43.223914;*
    * double longitudd = -5.781582; *
    * *
    * *
    * String uri =
    "http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr="+latitudo+","+longitudo+"&daddr="+latitudd+","+longitudd+"&mode=walking";
    *
    * *
    * Intent intent = new Intent(android.content.Intent.ACTION_VIEW,
    Uri.parse(uri));*
    * intent.setClassName("com.google.android.apps.maps",
    "com.google.android.maps.MapsActivity");*
    * c.startActivity(intent);*
    * *
    * return true;*
    *
    *
    *}*
    *
    *
    As you see, if you press over a place, you execute an intent, and it calls
    routing in Gmaps. That it works perfectly, but I wanted to know how can I
    pass from my main program, as a parametrer latitudd, latitudo, longitudd
    and longitudo.
     
    The app should make, if you press over on balloon, the route since where
    you are (I have a location service, that it works perfectly) and until
    where you pressed (so you know both locations.
     
    I hope anybody could understand what I'm trying to explain. So sorry, if my
    english it's not "perfect".
     
    Cheers!
     
    Artemio

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Sep 29 06:58PM -0500  

    On Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 6:05 AM, Artemio Cienfuegos <a.cienfuegosf@gmail.com
    > wrote:
     
    > As you see, if you press over a place, you execute an intent, and it calls
    > routing in Gmaps. That it works perfectly
     
    You are relying on a very specific app and very specific Activity name to
    exist. This is a bad idea.
     
     
    > , but I wanted to know how can I pass from my main program, as a
    > parametrer latitudd, latitudo, longitudd and longitudo.
     
    What, what, what, and what? What are those four words?
     
    The app should make, if you press over on balloon, the route since where
    > you are (I have a location service, that it works perfectly) and until
    > where you pressed (so you know both locations.
     
    Google "Google Directions API"
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Girish Sawant <girish.sawant24@gmail.com> Sep 26 11:43PM -0700  

    hi,
    I am using web services to store the database for Login and registration
    page for the game application
    we are using glass fish server I am android beginner, how to do it?

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Sep 29 06:55PM -0500  


    > how to do it?
     
     
    Do what?
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Sep 29 06:50PM -0500  


    > I'm developing a hybrid app and I need to show a listview in my native
    > code and the values for the view are fetched from a HTML. How do I achieve
    > that?
     
    Write code to achieve what you described. If you need help, try asking a
    more specific question.
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Sep 29 06:49PM -0500  


    > I use Visual Studio 2010 SP1 with Monodroid Eval installed.
     
     
    That's probably what you're doing wrong. The official Android tool is
    Eclipse with the right plug ins.
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Sep 29 06:48PM -0500  


    > Ok but as my app is already published, I cannot create another one with
    > the same package name and save it as a draft.
     
    Yes, you can. Upload it but don't "Activate" it, I believe.
     
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Jason van Dyk <jfvandyk78@gmail.com> Sep 26 12:48AM -0700  

    G'day,
     
    I've been looking at doing a similar thing Brian, did you ever come up with
    a solution? I haven't seen anything on the Internet on how to achieve this.
     
    Cheers,
     
    Jason
     
    On Wednesday, 11 May 2011 00:24:14 UTC+10, brian lee wrote:

     

    "Jonatan Hernández" <jonatananselmo@gmail.com> Sep 27 07:46AM -0700  

    Hi Julien,
     
    Have you already can read the Calypso card? I'm trying to do the same with
    no succes.

     

    BUN <iamerickong.hk@gmail.com> Sep 29 07:58AM -0700  

    I have been looking for the same functionality but unfortunately it is
    still missing on Android 4.1.
     
    I guess there are many ex-iphone users are seeking for the same function
    out there.
    I really hate to unlock my screen, and then pull down the notification bar
    before I can have a preview of texts, calls and whatsapp notifications

     

    Anthony Prieur <anthony.prieur@gmail.com> Sep 28 01:17AM -0700  

    You can use https://code.google.com/p/android-python27/ to embed your
    project (+Python2.7 interpreter) in an APK.
     
     
    Le jeudi 20 septembre 2012 23:09:33 UTC+2, Prat a écrit :

     

    Antoan <antoan.angelov@gmail.com> Sep 29 07:26AM -0700  

    I had the same issue. Removing this line will solve your problem:
     
    myAutoText.setText(num);

     

    "André Costa Lima" <andreclima.pt@gmail.com> Sep 26 09:21AM -0700  

    I'd like to ask for some help regarding the sampling rate and jitter on the
    magnetometer. I'm working on a project with some people that involves a
    high rate magnetic field sampling application. Even though we have
    developed an algorithm to workaround the jitter and other issues we
    encountered, we'd like to improve the sampling rating somehow and, at the
    same time, if possible, attempt to reduce the sampling jitter which is
    worse than sampling at a lower rate. We are using a Samsung Nexus S and
    according to the tests we performed we observed that the sampling rates
    between 15ms and 20ms and, sometimes, peaks around 50 ms (this is between
    consecutive events).
     
    People that are more experienced with Android than us, might have a
    possible hint on how to address these issues. Even though we came up with
    different ideas for different approaches, we are not quite sure where the
    bottleneck could lie, besides the intrinsic sensor hardware constraints
    (AK8973 magnetometer).
     
    Our approaches are:
     
    1. Modify the sensor device driver
    2. Use Android NDK to develop native code in order to obtain the samples
    from the sensor (already tested - the results were the same as the ones
    obtained at the Java level)
    3. Modify the Android API, that is, improve somehow how the events are
    handled
    4. Root the phone and deactive unnecessary tasks running in the
    background
    5. Attempt to modify at the kernel level the interrupts priorities
     
    I just wanted to ask for some hints/directions on how to address these
    issues, that is, what could be the best approach based on your experience
    and knowledge of Android and according to the location of the bottleneck.
     
    Thank you in advance for your attention.
     
    (I'm sorry for my english as I'm not a native speaker)

     

    Bailey Butler <bailey_fun@live.com.au> Sep 26 03:56AM -0700  

    Hi all,
    Currently using program; eclipse (recommended by Google),
    I've only just started, but I've come to a standstill, when you create a
    button, how do you make it link to an external source?
    And on that matter, how do you make it link to other pages?
    Thanks for your help!
     
    -Bailey

     

    Yao-Tsu Lin <dearjason0554@gmail.com> Sep 27 02:33AM -0700  

    Hi, I developing NFC function now, I discover the NFC jni source code
    different from Android 2.3.7 to Android 4.0.4.
    Those different caused NFC function PBtF(Power By the Field) can not work.
    Would you please help to answer that modify for what purpose?
    And how to turn on the NFC PBtf function in Android 4.0.4?
     
    YaoTsu LIn
     
    The source code show on following.
    /packages/apps/Nfc/jni/com_android_nfc_NativeNfcManager.cpp
     
    *In function "com_android_nfc_NfcManager_doSelectSecureElement"*
    /*Android 2.3.7 code base*/
    ret = phLibNfc_SE_SetMode(seID, phLibNfc_SE_ActModeVirtual,
    nfc_jni_se_set_mode_callback,
    (void *)&cb_data);
     
    /* Android 4.0.4 code base*/
    if(seID == 0xABCDF0)
    {
    TRACE("Select UICC");
    ret = phLibNfc_SE_SetMode(seID, phLibNfc_SE_ActModeVirtual,
    nfc_jni_se_set_mode_callback,
    (void *)&cb_data);
    }
    else
    {
    TRACE("Select SMX");
    ret = phLibNfc_SE_SetMode(seID, phLibNfc_SE_ActModeVirtualVolatile,
    nfc_jni_se_set_mode_callback,
    (void *)&cb_data);
    }
     
    *In function "com_android_nfc_NfcManager_doDeselectSecureElement"*
    /*Android 2.3.7 code base*/
    ret = phLibNfc_SE_SetMode(seID, phLibNfc_SE_ActModeOff,
    nfc_jni_se_set_mode_callback, (void *)&cb_data);
     
    /* Android 4.0.4 code base*/
    if(seID == 0xABCDF0)
    {
    TRACE("Deselect UICC");
    ret = phLibNfc_SE_SetMode(seID, phLibNfc_SE_ActModeOff,
    nfc_jni_se_set_mode_callback, (void *)&cb_data);
    }
    else
    {
    TRACE("Deselect SMX");
    ret = phLibNfc_SE_SetMode(seID, phLibNfc_SE_ActModeDefault,
    nfc_jni_se_set_mode_callback, (void *)&cb_data);
    }

     

    "Dorota Słoniecka" <dorota.sloniecka@gmail.com> Sep 27 07:17AM -0700  

    I have a class, which creates conncection to NFC and two activites. Both of
    them creates an object of that class so they can connect to NFC. Earlier it
    worked somehow but now I've got problem - my application doesn't do
    anything onNewIntent, even on the first activity. Instead of it, I can see
    "New tag collected" from build-in app called "Tags" (Nexus S).
     
    What should I do?
     
    Here is my topic on stackOverflow, no answers:
     
    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12620880/new-tag-collected-instead-of-reading-tags-of-application-nfc-android

     

    alvin rivera <ariver27@gmail.com> Sep 26 09:59PM -0700  

    Hi,
     
    I'm still working on the sample code release of andar library I'm having
    hard time in placing new pattern.
    and changing the stock cube 3D model. I'm using this for my diploma thesis.
    hopes anyone could help me.
    sorry for my bad english. anyway my project is to print the pattern in
    t-shirt and use the app for viewing the
    design through the app.

     

    Franklin <devcop@126.com> Sep 26 03:25AM -0700  

    Hi guys,
    Gtalk Crash Randomly while waiting for an incoming vedio/audio chat, here
    are logs:
     
    09-19 15:22:40.177 1436 13204 W dalvikvm: threadid=35: thread exiting with
    uncaught exception (group=0x410a5438)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: FATAL EXCEPTION: Packet
    Processor
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime:
    android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConstraintException: columns thread_id,
    real_date, type are not unique (code 19)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConnection.nativeExecuteForChangedRowCount(Native
    Method)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    android.database.sqlite.SQLiteConnection.executeForChangedRowCount(SQLiteConnection.java:727)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    android.database.sqlite.SQLiteSession.executeForChangedRowCount(SQLiteSession.java:754)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    android.database.sqlite.SQLiteStatement.executeUpdateDelete(SQLiteStatement.java:64)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.updateWithOnConflict(SQLiteDatabase.java:1565)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    android.database.sqlite.SQLiteDatabase.update(SQLiteDatabase.java:1514)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    com.google.android.gsf.talk.TalkProvider.updateInternal(TalkProvider.java:3123)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    com.google.android.gsf.talk.TalkProvider.update(TalkProvider.java:1500)
    09-19 15:22:40.187 1436 13204 E AndroidRuntime: at
    android.content.ContentProvider$Transport.update(ContentProvider.java:235)
     
    It seems there is SQLite constraint error, the application attempt to
    insert/update duplicated records, please have a look, thanks.
     
    Best regards,
    Franklin

     

    ankur <ankur@finoit.com> Sep 27 03:18AM -0700  

    I'm trying to display a bitmap on canvas using the matrix.
     
    canvas.drawBitmap(currentBitmap, m_matrix, tempPaint);
     
    but the result appears, image seems weird. After that I have shown it using
    bounds
     
    canvas.drawBitmap(currentBitmap, 0, 0, tempPaint);
     
    But here image looks good, in both the cases image is not scaled.
     
    How should I set matrix properties for the initial display?
     
    Does the matrix display uses something else for showing the image because
    of that image is getting changed?
     
    Please suggest any tutorials for details explanation.

     

    "Дмитрий Белов" <belovda1989@gmail.com> Sep 26 03:23AM -0700  

    Hello.
     
    I need to know if Android-device supports Windows-style Cp1251 string
    encoding. Does it depend on Android version or device manufacturer? If yes,
    in what way?
     
    Thanks,
    Dmitry

     

    droid Panamax <droid.panamax@gmail.com> Sep 27 01:55AM -0700  

    hey i have also same problem..i have used sip demo and it runs perfectly
    fine on emulator but it is not running on real device samsung galaxy fit
    2.3.4 and samsung galaxy Y 2.3.6...so if u have any solution then plz guide
    me..Thanks in advance..
     
    On Monday, January 30, 2012 3:26:54 PM UTC+5:30, Jagruti Sangani wrote:

     

    "Antongiulio Calabrìa" <anto.calab@gmail.com> Sep 27 11:28AM -0700  

    Hi, I just finisched an app where i use 103 png from the drawable folder in
    a GridView, point is the the scrolling si very laggy on my phone ( a galaxy
    nexus ) and on my friend phone too.
     
    I've surfed pretty everything on the web and still dont have found a
    solution, i've red that it's normal, i've red that google said to leave the
    gridview and use a listview giving each line how many columns i want via
    the ImageAdapter.
     
    Can anyone help me please ? Is there a way to have it fluid or should i
    change my system ?

     

    RichardC <richard.critten@googlemail.com> Sep 29 01:22PM -0700  

    and the logcat shows?
     
    On Saturday, September 29, 2012 7:53:52 PM UTC+1, Marcelo Corvezola wrote:

     

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    Jasper Horn <jasperhorn@gmail.com> Sep 29 03:35PM -0700  

    I am currently investigating the possibilities for an app idea I recently had. One of the things I want the app to be able to do is read your notifications. However, this normally can't be done.
     
    My research has led me to believe that if I mark my app as an accessibility tool and have my users enable it as such. Is this correct?
     
    Are there any disadvantages to marking an app as an accessibility app when it isn't? (Besides having to explain to my users to turn it on as such, even though it actually isn't an accessibility tool.)

     

    John <john@highvolumeseller.com> Sep 28 10:48PM -0700  

    How do you animate views around one another using the 3.0 animation
    framework when you can't influence the Z-ORDER? If the layout of elements
    isn't guaranteed and the z-order is based off the layout order, how can you
    change the z-order to do effective animations?

     

    Romain Guy <romainguy@android.com> Sep 29 02:46PM -0700  

    In all built-in layouts, the z-order is based on the index of the
    children. You can influence the z-order by overriding getChildOrder
    (see ViewGroup's documentation.) You can also use methods like
    bringToFront() or add/remove to move children around but these methods
    will cause relayouts.
     
     
     
    --
    Romain Guy
    Android framework engineer
    romainguy@android.com

     

    Kristopher Micinski <krismicinski@gmail.com> Sep 29 05:46PM -0400  

    What device are you running this on?
     
    -- Make sure this is a Google API capable device, though iirc your
    install would fail for other reasons if you didn't have that...
    -- Make sure your build path and linking configuration is set up
    properly... This error indicates it's not.
     
    kris
     

     

    Romain Guy <romainguy@android.com> Sep 29 02:44PM -0700  

    Hi,
     
    If you were using SurfaceView's onDraw() method then you were not
    getting any benefit. You have to use
    lockCanvas()/unlockCanvasAndPost() and post on the underlying Surface.
    TextureView works in a similar way: you can call
    lockCanvas()/unlockCanvasAndPost().
     
    However, it seems all you need is a View. It's easier to use and since
    you are not using SurfaceView properly anyway it will do the same
    thing.
     
     
    --
    Romain Guy
    Android framework engineer
    romainguy@android.com

     

    Kristopher Micinski <krismicinski@gmail.com> Sep 29 05:43PM -0400  

    So I am unclear: what part of this is specific to Android that you
    don't have available.
     
    On Android you typically only run the client side of the service...
     
    kris
     
    On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 1:50 AM, sampath premarathna

     

    Fred Jones <fjones8856@gmail.com> Sep 28 09:00AM -0700  

    I'm having this exact problem.. was anyone ever able to come up with a way
    of doing this that is consistent across different home screens?
     
    It seems like the tCalendar app does it perfectly.
     
    Thanks.
     
    On Friday, October 30, 2009 12:40:59 AM UTC-4, Evan Ruff wrote:

     

    Kostya Vasilyev <kmansoft@gmail.com> Sep 30 01:34AM +0400  

    This can be difficult considering that:
     
    - 2.3 pushed home screen icons down relative to widgets (or was it the
    other way around?), except HTC devices, where 2.3 has a lot of 2.1-2.2
    elements...
    - 4.0 and 4.1 surrounds widgets with additional padding (when it remembers
    to, and its memory is not perfect)
    - there are replacement launchers
    - there are manufacturer-specific launchers
     
    Now you really wanted to get a close match, I'd recommend you look in
    Launcher2 sources. However, IIRC, it uses a custom View subclass to render
    the shortcuts - something a 3rd party widget can't do (the set of views
    that can be used in a widget is limited).
     
    -- K
     
    2012/9/28 Fred Jones <fjones8856@gmail.com>
     

     

    Sal Colascione III <claziano@gmail.com> Sep 26 08:51AM -0700  

    Hi there,
     
    I have a company building an app for me and they're asking for the login
    credentials to my Google Play account. Wouldn't this also give them access
    to my Gmail, Adsense, Adwords, etcetera accounts? Or can Google Play have a
    separate login?
     
    Thanks in advance,
     
    Sal C.

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Sep 29 04:31PM -0500  


    > Wouldn't this also give them access to my Gmail, Adsense, Adwords,
    > etcetera accounts?
     
     
    Yes.
     
     
    > Or can Google Play have a separate login?
     
     
    It can if you create a different account for distributing apps.
     
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    Angelo Luciani <mistereal@gmail.com> Sep 29 11:28PM +0200  

    Hi to all,
    I write this mail because I'd like to apply GPL license to my Android Apps.
     
    I read some step from [url ]
    www.gnu.org)<http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-howto.it.html>[/url]
    and I understand I have to do the followings steps :
     
    1. Every file should have a copyright line
    Esempio: /*Copyright 2012 Angelo Luciani*/
     
    2. Every file should have a reference to the license
    Esempio /* Nome-Programma is free software: you can redistribute it
    and/or modify
    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
    the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
    (at your option) any later version.
     
    Nome-Programma is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
    GNU General Public License for more details.
     
    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
    along with Nome-Programma. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>
    */
     
    3. The code to be shared
     
    4. A complete license shoud be present into the Project
     
    *IN REGARD OF THIS I HAVE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS !*
     
    D1. I wrote point 1 and 2 only to .JAVA files, what's about .XML files, I
    need to write them?
     
    D2. What's about the database ? I create a .db SQLITE database.
    Is it necessary insert GPL reference on it ?
     
    D3. apk packet is without .java files.
    Is it necessary to add them into the packet ?
    If I publish the application source on the net I need to write the link in
    every code source files ?
     
    D4. If you already use GPL license for Android Apps could you check if all
    steps are correct ?
     
    Thanks in advance.
    Angelo

     

    onigunn <asrijaal@gmail.com> Sep 26 02:53AM -0700  

    Hi there,
     
    coming from a iOS background I'm digging a little bit deeper into the
    android stuff. As all of you know, there are tabbars in iOS which I can
    style with custom backgrounds and buttons. Now I would like to rebuild such
    a "easy" tabbar which is bottom aligned in an example android project. I
    know the interfaces guidelines say navigation should be on top, I just want
    to implement this bar as an experimental task.
     
    What I've got:
     
    - The app should require min. api lvl 8
    - A background image, which has some curved top border with transparent
    background. This image has a min-width (in our case: 480px)
    - Also there should be lets say 5 buttons. So I've got 5 button images.

     
    What I've would like to know:
     
    - What would be the cleanest approach to solve this task? Subclassing a
    specific view?
    - How do I layout/draw custom views with the ADT plugin? I know I can
    create a layout which can be used by an activity but is there a way to
    define a "custom" widget on a visual way?
    - Regarding to my tabbar background: Should I try to convert it to a
    9patch image? So that I only need to provide one image?
     
    What I've tried so far:
     
    - Created a fragment which has my tabbar image as background image.
    Problems here so far: How do I define a fixed height for this fragment? So
    that this is recognized by other activities.
    - Created a fragment which has a ImageView with my background image.
    Buttons were laid out by "alignTo" parameters which felt a little bit messy
    and confusing
     
    Don't get me wrong: I just want some buzzwords or hints which poke me to
    the right direction.
     
    Any hint will be appreciated
     
    Regards
     
    oni

     

    Kristopher Micinski <krismicinski@gmail.com> Sep 29 04:40PM -0400  

    Forewarning: I don't do anything with Android GUIs, I just hack on
    internals,..., that being said, ActionBar Sherlock might be worth a
    look... (I *think*)...
     
    kris
     

     

    JillH <jill.heske@gmail.com> Sep 27 09:47AM -0700  

    I would like to host a server on Android that supports web sockets so I can
    push real time data from Android phone/tablet to connected web and mobile
    app clients. I will need to integrate the server code into a larger native
    app so I can access native Android features.
     
    Is this possible? I've viewed threads on SO and there's lots of interest
    but no clear answers. I've looked at iJetty but can't determine whether it
    supports web sockets as Jetty does.
     
    Many thanks in advance to anyone for answering such a basic question.
     
    -JillH

     

    JB Yung <jbyung@gmail.com> Sep 29 10:30AM -0700  

    Hi,
     
    I'm currently having an issue with scaling the videoview through a pinch
    zoom action. Basically, I've added a listener
    [ScaleGestureDetector.SimpleOnScaleGestureListener] to my videoview
    instance (I've extended my video view class). When the scaling action
    happens, the onScale method of the listener is called. Then I scale width
    and the height of the video player. However, here's my issue, The size of
    the video view is scaled properly but the content in it does not get scaled
    in order to fit the window. The size of the video content remains the same.
    Did anybody get that issue in the past?
     
    Thanks
     
    JB

     

    Danny <dvhtcsensation@gmail.com> Sep 28 10:24PM -0700  

    Like the title says, so far I've sent 10 emails asking when my app will go
    back online since the complaining party mailed them it's ok to put the app
    back, and I've got back one mail saying the complaining party needs to mail
    them.. In every mail I include the email, the time and the subject of the
    email that says the app can go back (I was cc-ed)
     
    Anyone have a suggestion what else I could try besides mailing every day ?
     
    Thanks, Danny

     

    George Pantazis <ggpanta@gmail.com> Sep 26 02:28PM -0700  

    This is getting ridicolous now, the stats stop updating for days, the
    counts when they do update are not accurate, instead of changing the name
    or creating a useless console with no extra functionality shouldnt at last
    Google provide us with real stats? Dont need any graphs or anything
    created, a json, xml or even a simple csv is fine. Google devs use itunes
    connect and I am sure they do use the API there to track stats isnt it time
    after 16 different Android API's to at last get the basics required by a
    dev?
     
    We will obviously never be able to reply to comments if we are not top devs
    or get access to any other usefull tool, at least give us proper updating
    stats.

     

    "Felipe Gutiérrez" <felipegu3@gmail.com> Sep 26 10:14AM -0700  

    Hi
     
    I have an issue in Eclipse. When I try to run the application on the AVD I
    get two errors:
     
    The first appears in the box AVD:
    emulator: ERROR: Could not write hardware.ini to C: \ Users \ Philip \.
    android \ avd \ Testapp.avd / hardware-qemu.ini: Permission denied
     
    The second in the console:
    Error: Failed to save settings file 'C: \ Users \ myName \. Android \
    androidtool.cfg': File not found
     
    I have the whole package of Android Users. I do not know if administrator
    (I run the Eclipse as admin), or if the folder is read-only. Do not know
    what happens. Working from W7.
     
    Thank U

     

    Tru3F0x <giorgio.delodi@kingsrl.com> Sep 27 03:20AM -0700  

    Hello,
    i've got a little problem with the NFC_NDEF_DISCOVERED action.
     
    I've got an application that when reads a NFC tag it gets the payload and
    sends it to a webservice.
     
    In fact everything is working good, i set the intent filter so the
    application wake up when the phone reads a tag with a specific URI and so
    on, but when my application is running and i read a tag with a different
    mime type or also the same but with a different uri
    andorid sends me a NFC_NDEF_DISCOVERED with the intent of the last scanned
    NFC.
     
    What can i do??
     
    Thanks

     

    shuangjie ke <keshuangjie@gmail.com> Sep 28 02:32AM -0700  

    public final boolean sendEmptyMessageAtTime (int what, long uptimeMillis)Returns
    true if the message was successfully placed in to the message queue.
    Returns false on failure, usually because the looper processing the message
    queue is exiting.
    you can test the returns
    在 2012年9月28日星期五UTC+8下午3时31分50秒,Dmitriy F写道:

     

    AnyWay <gosustyle87@gmail.com> Sep 28 12:25PM -0700  

    Hello,
    I'm using a WebView and I'd like to keep zoom value, after the user changed
    it using pinch-to-zoom or visual controls. To do it, I'm restoring zoom
    value in this way:
    public void onPageFinished(WebView webView, String url) {
    webView.loadUrl("javascript:(function() { " +
    "document.getElementsByTagName('body')[0].style.zoom='" +
    zoomValueToRestore + "'; })()");
    }
     
    Anyway the problem is that after using this code, you can't zoom OUT
    anymore (but you can zoom IN). For some reason the zoomValueToRestore
    becomes the new minimum-zoom-value. Why?

     

    John <john@highvolumeseller.com> Sep 28 10:11PM -0700  

    Guys,
     
    Am I correct in my understanding that you cannot change the z-ordering of
    views in respect to one another whilst animating with ViewPropertyAnimator?
    For example, if I add a whole bunch of things to a LinearLayout, the
    z-order is done so that the last added item has the highest z-order. I want
    to be able to change the z order during animation. How do I do that?
     
    bringToFront does not work
     
    John

     

    Guitouni Hamza <hamza.guitouni@gmail.com> Sep 29 10:50AM -0700  

    Hi all,
     
    i'm trying to make an application (for my homework),i spent 3 days looking
    for making an animation that looks like the ICS taskManger,my activity
    shows a lot of images verticaly,when i swipe right or left(the slide
    animation should folow fingers), the image should disappear
     
    i tried with a lot of solutions but i never get the right one,please help
    me, and thanks in advance

     

    Jasper Horn <jasperhorn@gmail.com> Sep 29 06:21AM -0700  

    I have an idea for an app that will both have a component that runs on the
    computer of the user and a component that runs on the phone. The idea will
    be that the two will communicate over wifi.
     
    To make this secure, I want to set up a public/private key pair on the
    computer and the phone. In order to do this in a user-friendly way, I want
    to do so automatically over usb. However, in exploring how much of what I
    want is actually possible on android, I have been unable to find out how to
    have an app communicate over usb to a program on the computer.
     
    Technically, it would be similar to using the computer as a USB accessory,
    but I doubt it would actually be similar enough to make this work. I have
    also read that it might be possible using ADB port forwarding, but this
    doesn't really look like it would make it more user-friendly for end users.
    Finally, I suppose I could solve the problems by only using the file system
    and mounting it, storing the public key in a file on the s-card, but it's
    not really the ease of use that I am looking for.
     
    Is there a way of communicating between an application running on a pc and
    an app running on an android device that I have missed?
    Is there a mistake in my current understanding of the possibilities?

     

    Juan Alberto Escobar <juanalbertoescobar50@gmail.com> Sep 26 02:36PM -0700  

    Hii mi name is alberto i am from Mexico, i am not speak Inglish,
    for this note is exelente.. very good...
     
     
    El martes, 29 de enero de 2008 06:58:09 UTC-6, Rick Genter escribió:

     

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