[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 25 updates in 24 topics

Jimmy G <jamesgold11@gmail.com>: Jun 10 10:30AM -0700

I've been using GoogleAuthUtils to request a token for "Offline Access"
(scopes: "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/games"
and "https://www.googleapis.com/auth/plus.login") which seems entirely
ridiculous when I only need my server to look at the user's list of quests,
determine if it's complete, and then extract the rewards blob from it. I'm
wondering if there is any better way to do this?
Neha Kumari <neha.recr@gmail.com>: Jun 10 12:52PM -0400

*Hello,*
 
*GREETINGS !!*
 
*This is Neha from Apetan consulting,*
 
*Please find the below job description and send me your update resume
matching to it along with Contact details, Current location, Visa and
Availability ASAP.*
 
 
 
*POSITION: UX Designer *
 
*INTERVIEW: Phone than webex Interview*
 
*LOCATION: Detroit MI*
 
*START :ASAP*
 
 
 
 
 
*Job Overview:*
 
 
 
*UX Designer*
 
 
 
As a UX Designer you will be responsible for ideating and creating digital
experiences that artfully unify customer needs with business goals. You
will:
 
? Partner with business stakeholders to understand their objectives and
requirements
 
? Define strategies for our web and mobile properties that define the
objectives and direction of the user experience you intend to create
 
? Utilize research to understand the needs and desires of users and
validate your designs
 
? Design and map the experience using journey maps, wireframes, prototypes,
and other artifacts
 
? Define and execute usability testing strategies; including drafting task
lists, moderating tests, and evaluating and presenting test results
 
? Demonstrate comprehensive understanding of interactivity and the Web and
the fundamentals of information architecture
 
? Build and maintain team rapport with creative staff, account managers,
and project managers
 
? Communicate ideas, concepts and user interface direction with peers and
management
 
? Be a positive contributor to team environments
 
? Stay current on new user experience and design patterns and understand
how they could positively impact the BCBSM online experience.
 
 
* Experience*
 
More than 3 years professional experience with user experience design for
software interfaces
 
Proven experience leading the design, architecting, and optimizing of
websites and/or applications, especially consumer-facing and
transactional-focused interfaces
 
Degree in a relevant field (human-computer interaction, information design,
communications, etc.)
 
Experience working in and leading the user experience design effort within
agile design and development teams
 
Ability to multi-task and work efficiently under pressure with careful
attention to detail
 
Must be self-motivated, organized and accountable.
 
 
 
Thanks,
 
 
 
 
--
 
 
 
*Neha Kumari |* *Technical Recruiter* | *Apetan Consulting LLC*
 
Tel:201-620-9700* 106 | Fax: 201-526-6869 | 72 Van
 
Reipen Avenue # 255 Jersey City, NJ 07306 |
 
neha@apetan.com | www.apetan.com |
Armando Marques Sobrinho <marquessbr@gmail.com>: Jun 10 09:49AM -0700

Thank you @Emanuel Moecklin
its work for me here
 
Em quinta-feira, 1 de setembro de 2011 14:37:52 UTC-3, Emanuel Moecklin
escreveu:
Armando Marques Sobrinho <marquessbr@gmail.com>: Jun 10 09:52AM -0700

It's work like a charm here!
Thank you @Emanuel Moecklin
SALMA BHAT <salma.recruiter@gmail.com>: Jun 10 12:04PM -0400

Hi Partners,
 
Please share matching profiles with Experience in* Retail domain at
naseer.ahmad@nityo.com <naseer.ahmad@nityo.com>*
 
 
 
 
 
Experience level
 
6+ years of relevant experience
 
Number of Openings
 
1
 
Duration of Hiring
 
6 months
 
 
 
 
 
Mandatory Skills
 
*Preferred*
 
• At least 6 years of experience in Java/J2EE application
development.
 
• Extensive Experience in developing object-oriented,
desktop-based applications using *Java and JFC/Swing.*
 
• Experience in relational databases, including Oracle and SQL,
unit testing.
 
• Experience working in an Agile/Scrum team formation
 
• Familiarity with Git
 
• Excellent communication towards both technical and non-technical
teammates and stakeholders
 
• Knowledge of Jira, Confluence would be an added advantage
 
• At least 6 years of experience in software development life
cycle.
 
• At least 6 years of experience in Project life cycle activities
on development and maintenance projects.
 
• At least 6 years of experience in Design and architecture review.
 
• Ability to work in team in diverse/ multiple stakeholder
environments.
 
• Understands source quality (unit testing, good design patterns,
and industry best practices)
 
• Experience to Retail domain.
 
• Good Analytical skills.
 
• Experience and desire to work in a Global delivery environment.
 
 
 
 
Work Location
 
Hillsboro (OR)
ERPMusicVideos <erpmusic.videos@gmail.com>: Jun 10 09:00AM -0700

Woah, super :) Managed to build it finally. I actually dunno what's that
financialPortalActivity about, it's not my code. But from here on I can try
different things out. Thanks to You! Thank You very much!
 
reede, 10. juuni 2016 4:43.15 UTC+3 kirjutas Mike D:
GregF <fryjr82@gmail.com>: Jun 10 08:43AM -0700

It just started happening to me last night using Android Studio 2.2 Preview
3. I ended up building the APK with Studio then manually signing and
zipalign the APK from the commandline. It is a pain but at least a
workaround.
 
On Thursday, June 9, 2016 at 9:15:15 AM UTC-7, Fabs wrote:
Neha Kumari <neha.recr@gmail.com>: Jun 10 11:18AM -0400

*Hello,*
 
*GREETINGS !!*
 
*This is Neha from Apetan consulting,*
 
*Please find the below job description and send me your update resume
matching to it along with Contact details, Current location, Visa and
Availability ASAP.*
 
 
 
*POSITION: Technical Writer*
 
* INTERVIEW: Phone than F2F Interview*
 
*LOCATION: Illinois*
 
*START :ASAP*
 
 
 
 
 
*Job Overview:*
 
 
 
 
 
*They need to be local to Illinois, they must have MadCap Flare. IF they
are that, you can email me back.*
 
 
 
*Technical Writer needed ASAP*
 
*Technical Writer w/MadCap experience Immediate Start!*
 
 
 
Thanks,
 
 
--
 
 
 
*Neha Kumari |* *Technical Recruiter* | *Apetan Consulting LLC*
 
Tel:201-620-9700* 106 | Fax: 201-526-6869 | 72 Van
 
Reipen Avenue # 255 Jersey City, NJ 07306 |
 
neha@apetan.com | www.apetan.com |
SALMA BHAT <salma.recruiter@gmail.com>: Jun 10 11:05AM -0400

Hi Partners,
 
Please share resume at *naseer.ahmad@nityo.com <naseer.ahmad@nityo.com>*
 
 
 
 
*Role – Senior Consultant – US-Teamcenter PLMTechnology – Teamcenter
Unified (PLM/ PDM)Location – Ada, MI (USA)*
 
Required
• Bachelor's degree or foreign equivalent required.
• At least 9 years of experience in PLM Package Siemens Teamcenter UA,
with strong Requirements Gathering, Solution Support, Functional and
implementation knowledge as well as general Project Management, L2/L3
support management and Customer Management skills. Coordination with
offshore development teams.
• At least 5 years of experience in Teamcenter Development/
Configuration/solutions evaluation/Infrastructure support & Deployment
• Good experience in understanding Teamcenter application
configurations, Data Model, BMIDE, TCEA, AWS, CAD Management, managing
customer requirement
• Good experience in ITK, SOA customization
• Effective Analytical and Communication skills
• Project, talent management and thought leadership
• Rich experience in development of assets and solutions- PoC's,
Prototypes, POV's and Solutions
• Strong leadership skills and team management skills
• Preferred
• Implementation Experience in Migration of data (CAD/ Non-CAD) to
Teamcenter
• Implementation Experience in MCAD Integrations
• Should be able to manage teams spread across different geographies
• Should be able to provide technical guidance
Neha Kumari <neha.recr@gmail.com>: Jun 10 10:52AM -0400

*Hello,*
 
*GREETINGS !!*
 
*This is Neha from Apetan consulting,*
 
*Please find the below job description and send me your update resume
matching to it along with Contact details, Current location, Visa and
Availability ASAP.*
 
 
 
*POSITION: Mobile Developer | iOS/Android*
 
* INTERVIEW: Phone than F2F Interview*
 
*LOCATION: Atlanta, GA*
 
*START :ASAP*
 
 
 
 
 
*Job Overview:*
 
*Long Term Contract*
 
 
 
Do you have any very strong mobile developers who are strong with both iOS
 
and android, and also have solid testing experience?
 
 
 
 
 
Thanks,
 
 
--
 
 
 
*Neha Kumari |* *Technical Recruiter* | *Apetan Consulting LLC*
 
Tel:201-620-9700* 106 | Fax: 201-526-6869 | 72 Van
 
Reipen Avenue # 255 Jersey City, NJ 07306 |
 
neha@apetan.com | www.apetan.com |
Neha Kumari <neha.recr@gmail.com>: Jun 10 10:37AM -0400

*Hello,*
 
*GREETINGS !!*
 
*This is Neha from Apetan consulting,*
 
*Please find the below job description and send me your update resume
matching to it along with Contact details, Current location, Visa and
Availability ASAP.*
 
 
 
*POSITION: Build/Release engineers*
 
* INTERVIEW: F2F Interview*
 
*LOCATION: Wilmington, DE.*
 
*DURATION:1+ YEAR*
 
*START :ASAP*
 
 
 
 
 
*Job Overview:*
 
*We have 6 open positions. *
 
 
 
*Basically what the need are Build/Release engineers that have moved into
or have done a lot of configuration management. They need to know AWS,
Chef, Github, Jenkins and experience implementing Continuous
Integration/Continuous Delivery CI/CD processes. *
 
 
 
 
 
*Again, local candidates are highly preferred since they will need to
interview On-site *
 
 
 
*Job Description:*
 
Seeking talented engineers and visionaries, passionate about automating all
the things to help us design and implement tools and infrastructure
powering rapid delivery of our applications and the emerging technology
platform. You will be responsible for defining, implementing and enforcing
various best practices in the CI/CD process. You will also provision,
manage, administer various Configuration Management tools and improve the
processes overtime using automation.
 
 
 
*Responsibilities*
 
• Monitor builds and deployments and ensure any failed builds or
deployments are addressed in a timely manner
 
• Drive to resolution any issues related to source code repository
commits which have caused an adverse impact to the code base
 
• Work with developers and release management to design and
implement CI/CD delivery pipelines
 
• Work with Development or QA teams, when needed, to assist in the
resolution of build issues
 
• Act as Subject Matter Expert for CVS, Subversion, GIT source code
tools and provide feedback to the development community on best practices
 
• Manage, configure and upgrade various tools used in the CI/CD
process such as Maven, Subversion, Jenkins, Artifactory, Nexus, Bitbucket
Server etc.
 
• Administer and manage code review tools such as Crucible and code
quality analysis tools such as Sonar and Fortify
 
• Work with Release Management and Change Management to contribute
and review implementation plan templates
 
• Be available off-hours through an on-call rotation to support Sev1
tickets and Production incidents.
 
• Be available off-hours through an on-call rotation in support of
project deliverables that have been arranged in advance.
 
 
 
*Basic Qualifications*
 
• Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent
and relevant work experience.
 
• Excellent debugging skills to identify problems with software
builds, deployments or related issues and driving the problem to a
permanent resolution
 
• Comfortable working in a Unix/Linux based environment
 
• Intermediate to advanced knowledge of scripting in Bash, Korn
Shell, Perl or Python
 
• Self-motivated, naturally curious, analytical and problem solving
mindset
 
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
 
• Solid understanding of software versioning concepts using
Subversion, GIT or Perforce
 
• Proficiency with Continuous Integration tools such as Jenkins or
AntHill Pro
 
• Expert level understanding of builds tools such as Maven and Ant,
MSbuild, NANT.
 
• Experience with Tomcat and Apache deployments and configuration
and ability to debug and find root cause for issues of varying complexity
 
• Basic knowledge of networking, firewall and load balancing
concepts and their configuration
 
 
 
*Preferred Qualifications*
 
• Expert knowledge of Linux (RHEL, Ubuntu, CentOS) and Windows
administration tools and tricks, good grip on networking and security
concepts.
 
• Working knowledge of Ruby, specifically in writing Puppet modules
and/or Chef cookbooks
 
• Practical experience administering application servers, web
servers, and databases: Tomcat, Websphere, Weblogic, Mongrel, Microsoft
IIS, Oracle, MySQL, MongoDB
 
• Basic knowledge of Java, sufficient to debug software build issues
and configure or fine tune applications that run on Java
 
• Ability to derive various reports and metrics with various CI
tools at a regular interval, preferably using automation
 
• Basic knowledge of LDAP or Active Directory
 
• Cloud experience (AWS, Openstack, Azure)
 
• Agile experience is plus.
 
 
 
Thanks,
 
 
--
 
 
 
*Neha Kumari |* *Technical Recruiter* | *Apetan Consulting LLC*
 
Tel:201-620-9700* 106 | Fax: 201-526-6869 | 72 Van
 
Reipen Avenue # 255 Jersey City, NJ 07306 |
 
neha@apetan.com | www.apetan.com |
Jadhav Ashok <jadhav.groups@gmail.com>: Jun 10 07:29AM -0700

*DevOps/ Cloud Developer/ Cloud Engineer*
*South Brunswick, NJ*
*Locals Only*
*Any Visa is Fine*
*Must need Genuine References*
*INTERVIEWS GAURANTEEED*
 
*This posting is for the Client's Engineering Productivity team, a small
group of developers working on strategic projects across the full suite of
Client products. We are seeking an individual with an enthusiasm for
next-generation, cloud-based operations. Given a heavy focus on automation,
strong scripting and/or software development skills are essential. In this
position you will work to understand, define, and promote the DevOps
software development process, and craft an operational environment that
increases the elasticity of our cloud as well as the efficiency of our
developers. *
 
*Skills *
 
*Continuous integration servers and tools including Jenkins, Chef,
Artifactory, and Terraform, and Docker *
*Compute clouds (Amazon, Google, and Azure) *
*Monitoring, logging, and reporting systems (New Relic, Splunk, OpsGenie,) *
*Scripting languages (Perl, Python, Bash, etc.) *
*Source/version control systems (GitHub) *
*Web servers (Nginx, Apache) *
*Node.js, JavaScript experience helpful *
Ke Ning <ke.ning@venmo.com>: Jun 10 07:26AM -0700

Happen to see this old post, I have a similar question along this line.
 
If my app do NOT need camera permission, and I am just throwing intent to
let the camera app to capture a picture and return to my app, then
theoretically I don't need to declare any <use-permission> or <use-feature>
in my manifest. But, if I do declare a <use-feature
android:name="android.hardware.camera" android:required="false"/>, that
seems to be identical to not declaring it at all, is this correct?
 
On Saturday, November 26, 2011 at 9:12:51 AM UTC-5, limtc wrote:
Sam Richards <sam@tekishub.com>: Jun 10 07:16AM -0700

Hi,
 

 
Hope you are doing well,
 

 
We have an urgent requirement below, please let me know if you are
comfortable and available for the below position.
 

 
Job Title: Oracle CRM Functional
 
Location: Austin TX
 
Duration: 6 Months +
 

 
Job Description
Oracle R12 CRM Functional Consultant
 
 
*Key Skills:*
· Experience of several Oracle EBS R12 upgrade, implementation and support
projects.
· A minimum of 7 Years of experience working extensively on the following
R12 Oracle CRM modules.
o Oracle Service Contracts
o Oracle Field Service
o Oracle Tele-service
o Oracle Install Base
o Oracle Customer Support
o Oracle Sales Intelligence
o Oracle Depot Repair
o Oracle Sales
o Oracle ASO Service
o Oracle Service
· Sound understanding of other EBS modules which interact with the CRM
modules like Accounts Receivables, Order Management, Inventory etc.
· Ability to author excellent customer facing artifacts like Functional
Design Documents, Test Scripts, Configuration Documents etc
· Excellent communication and relationship building skills with business
users, development teams, third party vendors and system administrators.
· Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
· Excellent time management and multi-tasking skills
 
Job Description:
· Participate in Knowledge Transition sessions with the Business Users to
understand the As Is business process flows
· Update Functional Design Documents, Configuration Documents as needed.
· Prepare SIT and UAT test scripts.
· Analyze and provide solutions to the defects raised during SIT,UAT and
post Go-live support period. Work with the development team to get the
defects fixed and deployed.
· Perform the needed configurations for the CRM modules during SIT, UAT and
cut-over.
· Prepare end-to-end business process training material and deliver the
training to the business users.
· Post go live, conduct transition sessions, for the CRM business
processes, with the client EBS support team
· Provide functional support to the development team, as needed, throughout
the project duration.
· Liaise with the end-users to understand their concerns and provide
meaningful solutions, as and when needed.
Chris Brady <chrisjbrady@gmail.com>: Jun 10 06:07AM -0700

There is a major flaw with Android and the Doro 8030 implementation.
 
AND ITS COST ME A FORTUNE - actually most of the initial topup of £10.
 
When I bought the Doro 8030 it came with a compulsory £10 topup with O2.
This could have been useful to use to 'learn' the phone before installing
my original Giffgaff SIM card.
 
However there is a major flaw / 'bug' in the Android OS. Perhaps this a
deliberate con. by Google / Doro / O2?
 
This is that randomly the phone switches on the Mobile Data service. This
immediately deducts £1 from the topup even if the mobile data it not used
or if the service is quickly switched off.
 
So my initial £10 topup has been quickly soaked up and effectively lost due
to these spurious and random charges. Luckily I have no intention of using
O2 again beyond the initial £10. Scammed once I'm not being scammed again.
 
Now my Doro now has my original Giffgaff SIM card in it with a minimum
'goody-bag.'
 
But I do fear the time when I go overseas and the damned phone spuriously
switches on Mobile Data for me to be charged the exorbitant and criminal
rates that all mobile telcos now impose especially outside Europe.
 
CJB.
himanshu <potential.himanshu4u@gmail.com>: Jun 10 05:24AM -0700

Ok thank you. For now, because of lack of pause/resume, I'll have to stick
with stop/recreate.
 
On Monday, June 6, 2016 at 11:31:31 AM UTC+5:30, TreKing wrote:
Stupid Gamer <stupidgamer2001@gmail.com>: Jun 10 05:10AM -0700

-Disable network when screen is off option.
-Low cpu frequency when screen is off option.
-Clear automatically all recent apps option.
Maksymilian Jorzak <maksymilian.jorzak@gmail.com>: Jun 10 04:34AM -0700

A lot of our users complain about Unknown Error code during Application
install: "-505"
App has more than 100.000 downloads and issue occur on random devices,
sometimes after update the system to android 6.0 or 5.0.
tartaarsap <tartaarsap@hotmail.com>: Jun 10 03:58AM -0700

I've been having some problems getting Bluetooth to scan for devices with
my Samsung Galaxy s5. (I have added my code in the attachment file )
 
I'm on Android 6.0 and have set up permissions for my app to scan like so:
 
if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.M)
// Android M Permission check
if (this.checkSelfPermission(android.Manifest.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION) != PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED) {
final AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this);
builder.setTitle("This app needs location access");
builder.setMessage("Please grant location access so this app can devices.");
builder.setPositiveButton(android.R.string.ok, null);
builder.setOnDismissListener(new DialogInterface.OnDismissListener() {
 
public void onDismiss(DialogInterface dialog) {
requestPermissions(new String[]{android.Manifest.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION}, PERMISSION_REQUEST_COARSE_LOCATION);
}
});
 
builder.show();
}
 
I assume this is working correctly because I got the pop-up asking for
permissions which I accepted.
 
My scan function:
 
private void scanLeDevice(final boolean enable) {
if (enable) {
// Stops scanning after a pre-defined scan period.
mHandler.postDelayed(new Runnable() {
@Override
public void run() {
mScanning = false;
Log.i("start" , "Stopping scan...");
mBluetoothLeScanner.stopScan(mScanCallback);
}
}, SCAN_PERIOD);
 
mScanning = true;
Log.i("start" , "Starting scan...");
mBluetoothLeScanner.startScan(mScanCallback);
} else {
mScanning = false;
mBluetoothLeScanner.stopScan(mScanCallback);
}
 
}
 
Now it stops and starts scanning correctly since Logcat is giving me logs.
But it's just not finding any devices which is really weird because I'm
sitting next to my laptop and a second phone both with Bluetooth enabled.
 
Here's my callback by the way, if anyone is interested:
 
Private ScanCallback mScanCallback = new ScanCallback() {
 
@Override
public void onScanResult(int callbackType, ScanResult result) {
System.out.println("BLE// onScanResult");
Log.i("callbackType", String.valueOf(callbackType));
Log.i("result", result.toString());
BluetoothDevice btDevice = result.getDevice();
}
 
@Override
public void onBatchScanResults(List<ScanResult> results) {
System.out.println("BLE// onBatchScanResults");
for (ScanResult sr : results) {
Log.i("ScanResult - Results", sr.toString());
}
}
 
@Override
public void onScanFailed(int errorCode) {
System.out.println("BLE// onScanFailed");
Log.e("Scan Failed", "Error Code: " + errorCode);
}};
 
Now as you can see the scan is not failing since Logcat is not giving me a
scan failed log, but apperantly its also not finding any devices...
 
Logcat:
 
06-07 17:13:02.622 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar I/start: Starting scan...06-07 17:13:02.802 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar W/DisplayListCanvas: DisplayListCanvas is started on unbinded RenderNode (without mOwningView)06-07 17:13:02.882 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar I/Timeline: Timeline: Activity_idle id: android.os.BinderProxy@c8fddba time:69966657106-07 17:13:14.632 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar I/start: Stopping scan...
 
I've added the correct permissions to my Manifest:
 
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH_ADMIN" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH_PRIVILEGED" />
 
I've tried almost every possibility and am starting to think the Bluetooth
on my phone might be broken somehow, which is weird because I can manually
detect and connect to devices in the Android settings.
tartaarsap <tartaarsap@hotmail.com>: Jun 10 03:53AM -0700

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<http://stackoverflow.com/questions/37685759/bluetoothlescan-not-finding-any-devices?noredirect=1#>
 
I've been having some problems getting Bluetooth to scan for devices with
my Samsung Galaxy s5.
 
I'm on Android 6.0 and have set up permissions for my app to scan like so:
 
if (Build.VERSION.SDK_INT >= Build.VERSION_CODES.M)
// Android M Permission check
if (this.checkSelfPermission(android.Manifest.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION) != PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED) {
final AlertDialog.Builder builder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this);
builder.setTitle("This app needs location access");
builder.setMessage("Please grant location access so this app can devices.");
builder.setPositiveButton(android.R.string.ok, null);
builder.setOnDismissListener(new DialogInterface.OnDismissListener() {
 
public void onDismiss(DialogInterface dialog) {
requestPermissions(new String[]{android.Manifest.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION}, PERMISSION_REQUEST_COARSE_LOCATION);
}
});
 
builder.show();
}
 
I assume this is working correctly because I got the pop-up asking for
permissions which I accepted.
 
My scan function:
 
private void scanLeDevice(final boolean enable) {
if (enable) {
// Stops scanning after a pre-defined scan period.
mHandler.postDelayed(new Runnable() {
@Override
public void run() {
mScanning = false;
Log.i("start" , "Stopping scan...");
mBluetoothLeScanner.stopScan(mScanCallback);
}
}, SCAN_PERIOD);
 
mScanning = true;
Log.i("start" , "Starting scan...");
mBluetoothLeScanner.startScan(mScanCallback);
} else {
mScanning = false;
mBluetoothLeScanner.stopScan(mScanCallback);
}
 
}
 
Now it stops and starts scanning correctly since Logcat is giving me logs.
But it's just not finding any devices which is really weird because I'm
sitting next to my laptop and a second phone both with Bluetooth enabled.
 
Here's my callback by the way, if anyone is interested:
 
Private ScanCallback mScanCallback = new ScanCallback() {
 
@Override
public void onScanResult(int callbackType, ScanResult result) {
System.out.println("BLE// onScanResult");
Log.i("callbackType", String.valueOf(callbackType));
Log.i("result", result.toString());
BluetoothDevice btDevice = result.getDevice();
}
 
@Override
public void onBatchScanResults(List<ScanResult> results) {
System.out.println("BLE// onBatchScanResults");
for (ScanResult sr : results) {
Log.i("ScanResult - Results", sr.toString());
}
}
 
@Override
public void onScanFailed(int errorCode) {
System.out.println("BLE// onScanFailed");
Log.e("Scan Failed", "Error Code: " + errorCode);
}};
 
Now as you can see the scan is not failing since Logcat is not giving me a
scan failed log, but apperantly its also not finding any devices...
 
Logcat:
 
06-07 17:13:02.622 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar I/start: Starting scan...06-07 17:13:02.802 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar W/DisplayListCanvas: DisplayListCanvas is started on unbinded RenderNode (without mOwningView)06-07 17:13:02.882 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar I/Timeline: Timeline: Activity_idle id: android.os.BinderProxy@c8fddba time:69966657106-07 17:13:14.632 16802-16802/com.example.joey.findmycar I/start: Stopping scan...
 
I've added the correct permissions to my Manifest:
 
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH_ADMIN" /><uses-permission android:name="android.permission.BLUETOOTH_PRIVILEGED" />
 
I've tried almost every possibility and am starting to think the Bluetooth
on my phone might be broken somehow, which is weird because I can manually
detect and connect to devices in the Android settings.
Ruppesh Nalwaya <ruppeshnalwaya1993@gmail.com>: Jun 10 03:17AM -0700

Hi
I started exploring the HelloComputeNDK example that uses Renderscript in
C++ to change the saturation of an image, converting it to gray image. I
noticed that after running the script on allocations, the output alloc is
copied to the outputPtr buffer, which is very "*time consuming operation"*.
I also noticed that the allocations are created with RS_ALLOCATION_USAGE_SHARED
flag (I understand from this that buffer and allocation are sharing
memory). So I skipped the copying statements
 
//inputAlloc->copy2DRangeFrom(0, 0, X, Y, inputPtr);
 
//outputAlloc->copy2DRangeTo(0, 0, X, Y, outputPtr);
 
 
This reduces the time of execution. This works on samsung galaxy s6. But on nexus 6 phone, this *does not work*. I get a a blank image in case of nexus 6. What is going wrong here. What is the proper way to avoid copying the allocation to buffer and reduce the execution time.
 
 
Thanks
 
Ruppesh
Ruppesh Nalwaya <ruppeshnalwaya1993@gmail.com>: Jun 10 03:18AM -0700

Hi
I started exploring the HelloComputeNDK example that uses Renderscript in
C++ to change the saturation of an image, converting it to gray image. I
noticed that after running the script on allocations, the output alloc is
copied to the outputPtr buffer, which is very "*time consuming operation"*.
I also noticed that the allocations are created with RS_ALLOCATION_USAGE_SHARED
flag (I understand from this that buffer and allocation are sharing
memory). So I skipped the copying statements
 
//inputAlloc->copy2DRangeFrom(0, 0, X, Y, inputPtr);
 
//outputAlloc->copy2DRangeTo(0, 0, X, Y, outputPtr);
 
 
This reduces the time of execution. This works on samsung galaxy s6. But on nexus 6 phone, this *does not work*. I get a a blank image in case of nexus 6. What is going wrong here. What is the proper way to avoid copying the allocation to buffer and reduce the execution time.
 
 
Thanks
 
Ruppesh
Amir Farazmand <amirfarazmand@gmail.com>: Jun 10 12:14AM -0700

@ Dianne Hackborn, this is a big issue and I guess deserves more than your
wishy-washy answer. Android/Java are not just programming languages but
cultures that define the people who dont want sticking to control freaks
such as Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. Many people like to have this feature so
that they can use the mobile as a monitoring device for large projects. I
am happy to sacrifice a phone' battery to do the job I need without
publishing this on Google Play. Currently, I leave the screen on which is a
lot worse than leaving just the accelerometer on. Seeing this topic in many
places, I think Android team should allow people to do whatever they like
with their phone.
 
 
On Saturday, August 29, 2009 at 1:04:11 AM UTC+10, polymorph wrote:
Y <ravikar@gmail.com>: Jun 10 12:19PM +0530

Friends,
 
We are building a telecom app where we have to read the USSD strings at the
end of a prepaid call or response on dialing strings like *456#. Our
research has concluded the following:
 
1. android does not have any API for USSD
2. The NetworkService function does not work for android 4.0 and above
3. we need to build a background service to read all the actions on screen.
 
We are unable to move beyond this. I am sure some of you have already
cracked it. Can you please share with us, how you have done it?
 
Thanks a ton in advance. Cheers, Y
 
linkedin.com/in/onlyY <http://in.linkedin.com/in/onlyy>
+91 98660 11883
Amit Srivastava <amit.srivastava@coupondunia.in>: Jun 09 11:38PM -0700

He,
 
I only got above report through crashlytics. Still I can not able to
generate other logs. Please help me.
 
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