[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 5 updates in 4 topics

Mark Phillips <mark@phillipsmarketing.biz>: Sep 22 08:02AM -0700

Java does not allow top level static classes, just inner static classes.
You can create something like a static class as follows:
1. define the class as final
2. make the constructor private
3. make all the members and methods in the class static
Take a look at the java.lang.Math class for an example.
Abhik Sen Gupta <abhik.senguptait@gmail.com>: Sep 22 03:49AM -0700

The 2G/3G/4G option is available in Android 5.0 and above Lolipop.
Upto Android 4.4 Kitkat version we have the option for LTE/WCDMA/GCM
network type.
For android API 22/ Lolipop 5.0 onwards
We have function- setPreferredNetworkTypeToGlobal() in the Telephoney
Network class but we need to have hasCarrierPrivilages() option true in
order to use this function.
we also need the android.permission.MODIFY_PHONE_STATE permission which is
only available to the phone makers only not any third party app developer
as it is a system permission for security reason.
is there any way to do this all android version by third party apps
Gary Schmidt <test.mock5@gmail.com>: Sep 22 04:49PM +0530

On Sep 22, 2015 4:23 PM, "Abhik Sen Gupta" <abhik.senguptait@gmail.com>
Abhik Sen Gupta <abhik.senguptait@gmail.com>: Sep 22 03:27AM -0700

I am working in app where we need to connect hardware devices from our
android app. For this we need to use AT commands, which are system commands
As Android is build on the Linux based system, we can use the AT commands
in android, but for security reason Google block the user from using the
system commands .
Is there any way we can use the AT commands by NOT Rooting the device.
Jags <jagatm@gmail.com>: Sep 22 12:44AM -0700

thanks, is it the only way ? i can not put it as content, because, there is
already a visible content (another list) i am replacing that content with
webview when required.
i am surprised why content is not rendered when the webview instance is not
set as a content !
On Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 12:15:33 AM UTC+5:30, TreKing wrote:
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