[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 24 updates in 8 topics

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    wang nungchao <nungchao@gmail.com> Jun 29 08:44PM -0700  

    My device is HTC butterfly
    In Android 4.1, it never happen, but Android 4.3 sometime will happen.
     
    I run the same monkeyrunner script, sometime it has broken pipe exception,
    but sometime not.
    How can I fix this issue ? Or this is HTC or Android 4.3 issue ?
     
    The detail log:
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice]
    Error sending drag start event
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main]
    [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice]java.net.SocketException: Broken
    pipe
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite0(Native Method)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite(SocketOutputStream.java:92)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    java.net.SocketOutputStream.write(SocketOutputStream.java:136)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.writeBytes(StreamEncoder.java:202)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.implFlushBuffer(StreamEncoder.java:272)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.implFlush(StreamEncoder.java:276)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.flush(StreamEncoder.java:122)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    java.io.OutputStreamWriter.flush(OutputStreamWriter.java:212)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    java.io.BufferedWriter.flush(BufferedWriter.java:236)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    com.android.chimpchat.ChimpManager.sendMonkeyEventAndGetResponse(ChimpManager.java:187)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    com.android.chimpchat.ChimpManager.sendMonkeyEvent(ChimpManager.java:235)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    com.android.chimpchat.ChimpManager.touchDown(ChimpManager.java:88)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice$2.start(AdbChimpDevice.java:575)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    com.android.chimpchat.adb.LinearInterpolator.interpolate(LinearInterpolator.java:118)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice.drag(AdbChimpDevice.java:556)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    com.android.monkeyrunner.MonkeyDevice.drag(MonkeyDevice.java:174)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:597)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    org.python.core.PyReflectedFunction.__call__(PyReflectedFunction.java:186)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S [main] [com.android.chimpchat.adb.AdbChimpDevice] at
    org.python.core.PyObject.__call__(PyObject.java:345)
    140630 11:27:11.088:S

     

    wang nungchao <nungchao@gmail.com> Jun 29 08:48PM -0700  

    Update:
    My monkeyrunner script:
     
    import sys
    from com.android.monkeyrunner import MonkeyRunner, MonkeyDevice
     
    device = MonkeyRunner.waitForConnection(1000,"HT3CJPNA0647")
    device.wake()
    while 1:
    device.drag((400, 1400), (400, 400), 2, 10)
    MonkeyRunner.sleep(3)
    device.touch( 835, 1418, MonkeyDevice.DOWN)
    MonkeyRunner.sleep(0.7)
    device.touch( 834, 1417, MonkeyDevice.UP)
    ....
     
    The exception happen in "device.drag"
     
    wang nungchao於 2014年6月30日星期一UTC+8上午11時44分16秒寫道:

     

    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 04:48PM -0500  

    Some SDK that I have installed (up to and including 4.1.2) is insisting
    on SDK Tools version 23, which the SDK manager claims is installed.
    Eclipse says it's version 2.6. From what I've gathered since yesterday,
    this is a known bug. I've tried removing SDK versions, and the problem
    does not go away. In my previous post on this, everyone kept referring
    to an "Android L". Today, when rebuilding my Eclipse / SDK install from
    scratch, I saw that this is a new version of Android. But I don't have
    it installed.
     
    Here's the pattern:
     
    Open Eclipse, get error message whining about "This SDK version"
    (presumeably 4.1.2, but removing it doesn't help, and it never
    needed it before) needing version 23, which is already installed.
    Look at the detail, it calls version 23 version 22.6. Close that an
    proceed.
     
    Try creating a new Android app. When you enter the app ID, Eclipse
    whines again, about the fact that you can't start or end an app ID
    with a dot (which you're not doing in the first place) and will not
    let you move on.
     
    What SDK version do I need to remove to fix this? I'm now back farther
    than I was BEFORE I saw this problem, which makes exactly ZERO sense.
    The more I try to fix this on my Mac, the more confused I get. Could
    this somehow be related to the version of AndEngine I have in my
    workspace, that I'm trying to get started with? Might it require a
    higher SDK version (like this "L")? According to its Manifest, it only
    needs Android 8, but......
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
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    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 09:44PM -0500  

    Seems I accidentally did a direct reply. This is NOT my week.
     
    On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 07:28:29PM -0700, Hounge Dev wrote:
    > Jim, Ive had the same issue,
     
    k, here's what I've found. Upgrade Eclipse to 3.8 (whatever that one is
    called). You will then be able to use Help-->Install New Software to get
    what appears to be the REAL ADT 23 that it keeps griping (I had a
    different word in mind) about.
     
    But here's the problem: Eclipse now seems to be out of favor with
    Google, Android Studio doesn't seem to work for libs like AndEngine, so
    you have to use Eclipse, and it's been forever since I knew how to get
    Eclipse to recognize Android and the Android SDK.
     
    As my installation exists right now, I can't create a new Android
    project, I can't support existing ones, I can't load the SDK manager,
    AVD manager, etc., because those options don't exist...and I've
    long-since forgotten how to add them.
     
    Any help?
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
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    Nikolay Elenkov <nikolay.elenkov@gmail.com> Jun 30 12:05PM +0900  

    > Google, Android Studio doesn't seem to work for libs like AndEngine, so
    > you have to use Eclipse, and it's been forever since I knew how to get
    > Eclipse to recognize Android and the Android SDK.
     
    ADT should be fixed *soon*. See this for some workarounds, although it seems
    it doesn't work for everyone:
     
    https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=72419

     

    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 10:13PM -0500  

    On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 12:05:24PM +0900, Nikolay Elenkov wrote:
     
    > ADT should be fixed *soon*. See this for some workarounds, although it seems
    > it doesn't work for everyone:
     
    > https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=72419
     
    That's not the problem now. I got ADT ver 23 loaded, but now I need to
    re-introduce Eclipse to the SDK, and it's no longer documented (at least,
    not that I can find on the Dev Guide, and it's been a LONG time since
    I've messed with it, and I've forgotten how.
     
    THAT's the problem now. How do I re-associate Android with Eclipse?
     
    And until then, how do I work with AndEngine in Android Studio? Nobody
    on the AndEngine Forums (based on the many threads I've read) seems to
    know how to do that.
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
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    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 10:17PM -0500  

    On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 08:12:33PM -0700, Hounge Dev wrote:
    > Looking at your post I think you need to set the path to your SDK in
    > eclipse to get SDk manager, AVD etc working again.
     
    That's just it: there's no option TO set the location of the SDK. It's
    as if Eclipse 3.8 doesn't know that Android exists.
     
    Later,
    --jim
     
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    Nikolay Elenkov <nikolay.elenkov@gmail.com> Jun 30 12:23PM +0900  

    > re-introduce Eclipse to the SDK, and it's no longer documented (at least,
    > not that I can find on the Dev Guide, and it's been a LONG time since
    > I've messed with it, and I've forgotten how.
     
    Not sure what the problem is, might be easier to start with the ADT bundle
    and update to latest.
     
    https://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
     
    The 'SDK Location' is still in Preferences/Android, so I am guessing your
    Eclipse install is broken. Usually not worth the trouble trying to fix it,
    just start fresh.

     

    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 02:53PM -0500  

    For those out there who are developing for Android using Eclipse (Indigo,
    aka 3.7.2) on a Mac, I need a working copy of the SDK with an ADT version
    that both Eclipse and the SDK are happy with.
     
    If you still have the old (my copy was several years old)
    android-sdk-macosx.tar.gz file, that is probably what I need to get up
    and running again. Please contact me if you have the older version I need.
    As a temporary bypass to my spam filters, put "ADT" in the subject line.
     
    For ALL developers using Mac OS X, if anything tells you that you need to
    upgrade your ADT in the near future, DON'T DO IT!!!! You will start
    getting errors saying that the current SDK requires ADT 3, and you only
    have 2.6. When you try to upload to 3.x, you can't, because you have
    2.6. ADT 2.6 (if that's its real version number---I gather that's
    actually THE problem with it) is broken. Note also that the current
    adt-eclipse-sdk blend uses this broken ADT. How that got past QC testing
    I don't even want to try to guess. But it's broken, and that's what
    really matters.
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
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    "Harri Smått" <harism@gmail.com> Jun 30 12:18AM +0300  

    Hey,
     
    Something weird happened on my Eclipse installation too after I had updated Android SDK packages from Android Studio earlier this weekend. Eclipse did complain Android SDK 23 requires ADT 23, or something similar, but when I hit the automatic update button Eclipse found me no updates.
     
    Removing the existing ADT Plugin from Software Sites in preferences - then adding it back using Install New Software - finally let me upgrade ADT to the latest version though. This could help you too.
     
    But at the end I decided to re-install Eclipse with the latest version from scratch. Seriously.. Indigo, why?
     

    H
     

     

    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 05:11PM -0500  

    Strange. I think my procmail filters are still messed up...this somehow
    ended up in my regular mail and not in the list's mbox, and I had no idea
    that the post even went out until I looked at the headers..... I'll
    try to find the error in procmail later....
     
    On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 12:18:17AM +0300, Harri Sm?tt wrote:
     
    > Removing the existing ADT Plugin from Software Sites in preferences -
    > then adding it back using Install New Software - finally let me upgrade
    > ADT to the latest version though. This could help you too.
     
    What did you add back and how (i.e., what URL)? I have version 21 of the
    ADT, which pre-dates this whole insanity on my drive, but I tried that
    yesterday, and Eclipse still inslsted that it had 22.6 (which I removed
    from the Eclipse directory).
     
    > But at the end I decided to re-install Eclipse with the latest version
    > from scratch. Seriously.. Indigo, why?
     
    To quote an old saying (poor English and all), "Don't fix it if it ain't
    broke."
     
    Of course, now, it's not just Eclipse that's brokwn, it's my procmail
    filters, too. WTH is going on? This past week has been one issue
    after another, and it's getting REALLY old.
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
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    Kostya Vasilyev <kmansoft@gmail.com> Jun 30 02:44AM +0400  

    > ADT, which pre-dates this whole insanity on my drive, but I tried that
    > yesterday, and Eclipse still inslsted that it had 22.6 (which I removed
    > from the Eclipse directory).
     
    I was able to recover my broken (by the Platform L preview / tools 23)
    Eclipse install by doing essentially the same....
     
    ... but without having to remove and add back the download site URL, or
    uninstalling ADT 22 as a separate step.
     
    This is what worked for me:
     
    1 - Brought up Help -> Install new software
     
    2 - In the "work with" dropdown, selected Android.
     
    The download site for that is (should be listed in the dropdown)
     
    Android - https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/eclipse
     
    3 - The large area below showed the new (23.0.*) tools.
     
    4 - Selected everything, unselected "Android Native Development Tools",
    since I didn't have those installed
     
    5 - Pressed Next
     
    6 - And finally -- Eclipse offered to *replace* the already installed ADT
    tools 22 with new tools 23.
     
    I suppose if native tools version 22 are already installed, then step 4
    should be skipped, but that's not my configuration.
     
    Hope this helps.
     
    -- K
     
     
     

     

    "Harri Smått" <harism@gmail.com> Jun 30 02:08AM +0300  


    > 6 - And finally -- Eclipse offered to *replace* the already installed ADT tools 22 with new tools 23.
     
    I believe I saw very similar operation. Eclipse did not update ADT the way I have seen it working before - but the confirmation dialog looked more into removing old ADT packages and then installing the new ones - i.e replace.
     

    H

     

    "Harri Smått" <harism@gmail.com> Jun 30 02:00AM +0300  

    > ADT, which pre-dates this whole insanity on my drive, but I tried that
    > yesterday, and Eclipse still inslsted that it had 22.6 (which I removed
    > from the Eclipse directory).
     
    I do not remember Indigo too well but hope it's working somewhat similarly to newer Eclipse versions.
     
    When you have added the ADT Plugin software source, the https://dl-ssl-google.com/android/eclipse link, quite likely using the Eclipse's "Install New Software" feature, this software source should be found/enlisted somewhere in the Eclipse preferences.
     
    On Luna it seems to be ; Preferences - Install/Update - Available Software Sites .
     
    And at this same location you can remove the existing ADT Plugin software source, then, go through the exact same ADT Plugin addition procedure explained on Google's Eclipse installation webpage again. Install New Software, Add New Repository, etc etc.
     
    For some reason doing this helped my Eclipse installation to figure out there is ADT v23 available.
     

    H

     

    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 06:33PM -0500  

    Procmail filters still broken...arrived in my mail, not list. Strange.
     
    On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 02:44:44AM +0400, Kostya Vasilyev wrote:
    > Eclipse install by doing essentially the same....
     
    > ... but without having to remove and add back the download site URL, or
    > uninstalling ADT 22 as a separate step.
     
    Ok, but now I've removed the ADT site from Eclipse ... how do I add it
    back? That USED to be on the Android Developer's site, but Eclipse
    itself is gone now...just information about installing Android Studio.
     
    > This is what worked for me:
     
    And here's what I did, following yours:
     
    1) Installed L via the SDK Manager.
     
    > 1 - Brought up Help -> Install new software
     
    Yep.
     
    > 2 - In the "work with" dropdown, selected Android.
     
    I don't see Android in that list at all. But after copying Eclipse
    out of backups, I do see ADT Plugins, which adds Developer Tools
    to the list.
     
    > 3 - The large area below showed the new (23.0.*) tools.
     
    It does. It did before, too.
     
    > 4 - Selected everything, unselected "Android Native Development Tools",
    > since I didn't have those installed
     
    I do have the NDK installed, so I included it.
     
    > 5 - Pressed Next
     
    > 6 - And finally -- Eclipse offered to *replace* the already installed ADT
    > tools 22 with new tools 23.
     
    Mine didn't. Mine gave the same error // detail:
     
    The operation cannot be completed. See the details.
    Cannot complete the install because of a conflicting dependency.
     
    Software being installed: Android Development Tools 23.0.0.1245622
    (com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.feature.feature.group 23.0.0.1245622)
     
    Software currently installed: Android Development Tools
    22.6.1.v201403111859-1066720 (com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.feature.group
    22.6.1.v201403111859-1066720)
     
    Only one of the following can be installed at once:
     
    ADT Package 22.6.1.v201403111859-1066720
    (com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.package 22.6.1.v201403111859-1066720)
     
    ADT Package 23.0.0.1245622 (com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.package
    23.0.0.1245622)
     
    Cannot satisfy dependency:
     
    From: Android Development Tools 23.0.0.1245622
    (com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.feature.feature.group 23.0.0.1245622)
     
    To: com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.package [23.0.0.1245622]
     
    Cannot satisfy dependency:
     
    From: Android Development Tools 22.6.1.v201403111859-1066720
    (com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.feature.group
    22.6.1.v201403111859-1066720)
     
    To: com.android.ide.eclipse.adt.package
    [22.6.1.v201403111859-1066720]
     
    Suggestions?
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
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    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 08:01PM -0500  

    Update: I changed (via a simple symbolic link) "eclipse/" from 3.7.2 to
    3.8, and was able to update the ADT tools to version 23. Now, however, a
    project that should build without errors has errors all over the place.
    Basically, all Android-specific Java is an error. When I look at the
    preferences, I do see Ant, but no Android. And since it's been a VERY
    long time since I did this, and it's no longer in the developer's guide,
    I have a simple, stupid question:
     
    How do I re-introduce Eclipse to Android? The
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
    PS: What is Eclipse 3.8 called? It doesn't show a name when it loads,
    but it uses the same color scheme in its startup as Indigo.
     
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    smoogli <roy.ben.hayun@gmail.com> Jun 29 01:46PM -0700  

    How can I test the real installation of my application? (specifically, over
    the air by using a store client; and not using "adb install")
     
    for example, is it possible to upload to a store and install using a
    developer device?
     
    thanks!

     

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


    > How can I test the real installation of my application? (specifically,
    > over the air by using a store client; and not using "adb install")
     
    What difference does it make? It's the same APK.
     
     
    > for example, is it possible to upload to a store and install using a
    > developer device?
     
    Yes, of course, assuming you have the relevant app store installed on your
    device.
     
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    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Arun M R <arun.m.ravi@gmail.com> Jun 29 12:25AM -0700  

    Am trying to to develop a new Screen lock android app. Anyone please tell
    me is it possible to override "Home". I tried the following code but it
    giving me a crash
     
    @Override
    public void onAttachedToWindow(){

    this.getWindow().setType(WindowManager.LayoutParams.TYPE_KEYGUARD_DIALOG);
    super.onAttachedToWindow();
     
    }
     
    I want to stay on the same activity until the user is authenticated..is it
    possible ? Any help is appreciated ..

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Jun 29 03:59PM -0500  


    > Am trying to to develop a new Screen lock android app. Anyone please tell
    > me is it possible to override "Home".
     
    Yeah, create you own "Home" and have the user elect to run it.
     
     
    > I tried the following code but it giving me a crash
     
    The fact that this "gives you a crash" is not really useful information.
    You might want to expand on what this crash is, at the very least.
     
    http://www.catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html
     
     
    > I want to stay on the same activity until the user is authenticated..is it
    > possible ? Any help is appreciated ..
     
    See the new Task Locking API:
    http://developer.android.com/preview/api-overview.html#Enterprise
     
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    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Jun 29 03:50PM -0500  


    > My understanding is that above code should work on any GPS enabled android
    > device. Any insight why it is not working on device other than my
    > development device?
     
     
    If you read the documentation for that method, it explicitly states that
    null can be returned and why.
     
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    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    greno <greno@verizon.net> Jun 29 01:55PM -0700  

    I just got one of these notices as well. And I didn't think it applied.
    Then I did some digging and found out that sure enough one of the apps was
    linked to an old version of openssl. So now I'm working on getting the app
    updated to a newer version of openssl.

     

    Jim Graham <spooky130u@gmail.com> Jun 29 08:22AM -0500  

    As mentioned in a previous post, something happened to my Eclipse install
    (ADT version 22.6 is screwed up and breaks everything), and the upgrade
    to 22.6 was forced by Android Studio, as I recall. Whatever, I don't
    really care what made me upgrade to a broken ADT. I just want to get
    started with AndEngine tutorials this morning....
     
    So before I completely remove Eclipse, the Android SDK for Mac, etc.,
    and start over (using ADK version 21.xomsething), let's try to go the
    easier way.....
     
    How do I load AndEngine into Android Studio to use as an external
    library? It is a finished project, with source and libs, and will
    not be touched by Gradle. How do I do this? The same question
    applies to all of the extensions for AndEngine, as well, and I'm
    not sure if those are plain source, just libs, or both. What I
    *DO* know is that they are almost certainly not Gradle projects, so
    again, no Gradle.
     
    Thanks,
    --jim
     
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