[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 10 Messages in 6 Topics

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    Pradeep Phatak <pradeep.phatak@gmail.com> Feb 26 04:40PM -0800  

    Finally, programatically setting EAP-TLS is working for me.
    The last error was resolved after I added set phase2auth to none.
    I believe it was caused by call to getKeyIdForCredentials in
    WifiConfigStore.java.

     
    On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 8:18:46 PM UTC-8, Pradeep Phatak wrote:
     

     

    Yves Liu <yvesliu@gmail.com> Feb 26 12:16AM -0800  

    Yes, this is very inconvenient. Does google want to kill all the third
    party developers?
     
     

     

    Jonathan S <xfsunoles@gmail.com> Feb 26 11:31AM -0800  

    Users should have to backup data first.
     
    On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 3:21:14 PM UTC-5, Nathan wrote:

     

    Nathan <nathan.d.mellor@gmail.com> Feb 26 02:34PM -0800  

    On Wednesday, February 26, 2014 11:31:21 AM UTC-8, Jonathan S wrote:
     
    > Users should have to backup data first.
     
    I don't know that we have a way of forcing customers to backup data first.
    And if the data takes up a majority of space on the external card, I don't
    know what they would backup to.
     
    I expect they will find out after the fact.
     
    Nathan

     

    Rashmi <rashmi.ttr@gmail.com> Feb 26 03:52AM -0800  

    Hi,
     
    I am binding from service1 in app1 to service2 in app2 through aidl. In
    service2 to I have defined the aidl stub api's which has some handler.
    If I tried to access the service2 api through binder from service1, I am
    getting the following exception
     
    "java.lang.RuntimeException: Can't create handler inside thread that has
    not called Looper.prepare()"
     
    I am not creating any thread explicitly. Please let me know from where I
    can call Looper.prepare().
     
    Thank you,

     

    nish1013 <nishand2d@gmail.com> Feb 26 02:07AM -0800  

    I got a similar problem when building with maven. I have got an apklib that
    contain xml(s) that refers to drawables in src. But when build a project
    that has got this apklib as a dependency same error.
     
    On Wednesday, 6 January 2010 08:37:46 UTC, Vladimir wrote:

     

    mastermind <denis.barkar@gmail.com> Feb 26 12:10AM -0800  

    Thanks for the answer!
    Folder mounted outside of the app from adb shell.
    I just can't understand why some apps can't access it (ES File Explorer
    with root priveleges) and some can (Total Commander, even adb without root
    priveleges).
    May be it can be accessed only under root UID and adb is an exception?
    How can I set options appropriate?
    How can I enable root priveleges for my app so it can access the folder?

     

    Nikolay Elenkov <nikolay.elenkov@gmail.com> Feb 26 05:14PM +0900  

    Please reply to list.
     
    > May be it can be accessed only under root UID and adb is an exception?
    > How can I set options appropriate?
    > How can I enable root priveleges for my app so it can access the folder?
     
     
    It all depends on the permissions of those files, check those first.
    Root can generally access anything, regardless of permissions.
    For everyone else, it depends on the owner, group and permissions
    of the target file(s).

     

    mastermind <denis.barkar@gmail.com> Feb 26 12:35AM -0800  

    Permission of the file is "drwxr-xr-x", so everybody should access it.
    Owner and group is system.

     

    Yves Liu <yvesliu@gmail.com> Feb 26 12:15AM -0800  

    Yes, I did. The problem is like this. In my gallery, say, there are 6
    pictures, when i do the file.exist call, (with the path I got from
    Gallery), two works, and 4 of them are not working.
     
     

     

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