Android :: Certification For Android Developers Provided By Google?

Nov 3, 2010

Is there any certification for android developers provided by Google? please let me know this . I want to do that certification.

Android :: Certification for android developers provided by Google?


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Android :: Recent Apps Seem To Have Google-provided Ads Is There Some New API For This?

May 5, 2009

Several recent applications (e.g. Shazam) have text and image ads which are handled by Google. I can't seem to find how they did this. Is there some new API that you can use to display ads given some key, similar to how the maps API works? Or is this something that developers individually negotiate?

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Android :: Cities / Countries Data Provided By Google API

Mar 30, 2009

I am using Geocoding API for my application... How can i know the set of cities/countries for which google API provides data for? If there is a list of cities and countries, can anybody provide me with the same?

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Android :: Google Support Number For Droid's Sent To Developers From Google?

Jun 23, 2010

A few months ago Google sent top market developers a feww phone (Droid or Nexus).I was one of them and received a Droid.I just now called in to activate the Droid on my Verizon account and was told that it is not activated.They said that the ESN number is tied to a business account and currently active.Verizon said the only thing I can do is to contact Google, who sent me the phone, and work it out with them.The paperwork with the phone came with no numbers or email addresses.I have tried calling the Nexus support line, they could not direct me anywhere. I have tried emailing the automated robots that sent me emails about the phone.Is there anyone at Google that I can contact that would be able to help with this?

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Android :: Developers Be Liable For Charges For Using Google APIs?

Nov 1, 2009

I've been reading the Terms of Service for the Google APIs, both Maps and AJAX APIs. I have questions regarding future consequences of using these APIs in mobile apps that get distributed, hopefully, to many thousands or millions of devices.

Both say that the services must be available for free, so I'm assuming that means you cannot charge a fee for an Android app that uses these services, unless you arrange something special with Google. Which appears to be Google Maps API Premier, an advanced service that uses a page-view-counter-based calculation to determine charges, and is not cheap. Which pretty much says you'd need to charge a subscription fee if you're going to charge at all. If you don't charge now and suddenly get hit with a bill from Google, your free app must remain free (according to Android Terms) so you're out of luck? I suppose it might be possible to include a Terms of Service with the application that says the user assumes all responsibility for any charges related to use of the Google APIs, but that doesn't seem likely to succeed. I think it would be difficult to manage. I also suppose that you could ask Google to block requests that use your API key until you can get a new version out with a fee attached.

Google also says they could charge for the use of the API in the future. This is stated specifically in the AJAX APIs doc, and indirectly in the Maps doc (Google can change the terms at any time). Since the API key that is used when calling APIs belongs to the Android developer, that tells me we could potentially be on the hook for Google charges. The Terms say that we can decide to stop using the APIs. Which is fairly easy when you're running a web site, much different when your application is deployed to thousands or millions of devices. Especially if you've distributed the application for free, and with an expiration date as required of later than October 22, 2033.

I'm nervous now about using Google APIs in Android apps and wondered if anyone else has thought about this. Should Google APIs be avoided? At least until developers have some legal protection?

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Android :: Need Application Criteria / Certification For Phone

Mar 5, 2009

I got a Dev phone and installed plenty of applications, but the battery was used out in 7~8 hours, even not enough for over-night. I guess some applications, which had permission to prevent system from sleeping, killed the battery. So I am very curious if Google will have any application criteria/certification for the developers, especially for the power usage.

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Android :: Finance For Android - A Google Developers Note

Mar 5, 2009

I wrote up my experiences working on the new Finance app here: http://www.googleandblog.com/finance-for-android-google-developers-no.

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Android :: Certification Authorities That Android Phone Supports

Mar 23, 2010

I've this doubt regarding the certification authorities that Android phone supports.

With my previous experience with J2ME, which states that some of the phones doesn't support thawt, while some other doesn't support verisign and so on. Net, net, there wasn't any certification authority which was supported by all the devices.

Now before diving Android development, i wanted to find out which certification i should buy which would help me sign my final application and will be allowed in Android market.

1. Which SSL certificates are supported to access my website through android phone?

2. With which certification authority i should sign my application in order to let it run on all the android phone.

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Android :: Using SDk Provided Images

Jul 28, 2009

There are images provided in android-sdk-windows-1.5_r2platforms android-1.5data esdrawable folder of SDK. Is there any way that we can use those directly in appliation. (without local copy)?

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Android :: How To Keep GPS Active Until More Accurate Location Is Provided?

Jan 2, 2010

I recently posted this question on stackoverflow (http://tinyurl.com/ yzrofne), but maybe someone here can help me. I am using the location manager's requestLocationUpdates() method to receive an intent to my broadcast receiver periodically. The system is correctly firing the intent to my broadcast receiver, and I have been able to use it correctly. The only problem is that the GPS location provider only stays active for a few seconds after the initial location acquisition, and I need it to stay on a little longer so that the location estimates are more accurate. For example, if I tell the location manager that I want an update every 5 minutes, it correctly fires the intent with location information from the GPS. However, the GPS only stays active for about 5 seconds, so it doesn't give much time for the location to reach a high accuracy (say, less than 10-20 meters). My question is how to make the GPS location provider stay active for each periodic request that comes from the LocationManager requestLocationUpdates. Does anyone know how to do this?

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Android :: How To Disable A View Provided There Are 2 Views In Xml?

Mar 25, 2010

The reason for me to do this, I have created these 2 views in the beginning of the app. SO they are always present. But in some cases where i want only 1 view(which is surfaceview) and if i dont need the 2nd view(i.e, videoview), i am still getting a black patch at the palce where i have defned a videoview. want to get rid of this. Can anyone please tell me if it is possible to disable views/surfaces corresponding to them? If so how can we do this?

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Android :: Bouncycastle Encryption Algorithms Not Provided

Jan 7, 2010

I'm trying to use BouncyCastle with android to implement ECDH and EL Gamal. I've added the bouncycastle jar file (bcprov-jdk16-144.jar) and written some code that works with my computers jvm however when I try and port it to my android application it throws: java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException: KeyPairGenerator ECDH What am I doing wrong?

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Android :: Coordinates Provided By Geo Fix Command To Emulator Are Different In Location Listener

Aug 3, 2010

I use Android emulator to test my location based application. The cordinates are provided by geo fix command (for example: geo fix 2.31278 48.9533 10). But when the new location event is fired, the cordinates are not the same as those in the command: I got latitude = 48.95800053333334, longitude = 2.3033544999999997 (I use Location.getLatitude() and Location.getLongitude() methods). Does anyone have an idea of my trouble ?

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Android :: Intent Provided By Cursor Is Not Fired Correctly (LiveFolders)

Apr 15, 2010

In my desperation with trying to get LiveFolders working, I have tried the following in my LiveFolder ContentProvider:Which, in all normalness, should launch the Browser and display the Google homepage when clicking on an item in the LiveFolder. But it doesn't. It gives a Application is not installed on your phone error. No, I'm not defining a base intent for my LiveFolder.logcat says:I/ActivityManager( 74): Starting activity: Intent { act=android.intent.action.VIEW dat=Intent { act=android.intent.action.VIEW dat=http://www.google.com/ } flg=0x10000000 }It seems it embeds the Intent I give it in the data section of the actually fired Intent. Why is it doing this? I'm really starting to believe it's a platform bug.update: I have filed an issue and removed the LiveFolders feature. I will include it in my app when I'll get a response either here or there that clarifies this thing. If I get the time I think I'll upload a demo app to that issue. Update: I have received a notification that the bounty is expiring in 3 days. No one wants it? Update 04/25/2010: I have updated the issue on the Android project and uploaded a test application. It would be nice if someone could test this application on a device, maybe it's such a subtle problem that it only appears on the emulator.

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Android :: List Widget Similar To One Provided By Stock Music App

Sep 26, 2010

I have been googling for a couple days now searching for a sortable list widget similar to the one provided by stock android music app. What I would like is ability to sort a list similar to how you can sort your music playlist. I am coming to the conclusion that I am obviously not using the proper keyword to find my answer.

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Android :: What Case Managed Query Method Return Null If Uri Is Provided?

Jun 25, 2010

I am doing some android application. I just wonder what will case the managedQuery method return a null value?

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Android : Requirements To Start App / Type Of Database Support Provided By Droid?

Mar 6, 2009

I am new to Android. I want to know the things before going to start the Android application. What are the requirements need to start the application. What type of Database support provided by Android?

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Android :: Android Is There Any Way To Reduce Boot Up Time Of Emulator Provided With SDK

Mar 5, 2010

On my system, i am using eclipse ganymede version along the Android SDK and ADT plugin installed. I have created an android AVD (target android 1.5) with 512MB of memory. Its quite frustrating to see the slow boot up of it. It takes around 4-5 mins to complete its boot-up. Is there any way or tweak to speed up this boot up process.
PC config:
P4 2.4 Ghz with 1 GB ram.

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Android :: Android App Developed By Third Part But No Instruction Provided

Jul 8, 2010

On Sun, Jul 4, 2010 at 3:49 AM, Official <ehiggins...@gmail.com> wrote: Is there a tutorial on how to do this?

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Android :: Android How To Read A File Provided By A Different Application

Nov 20, 2009

I need some mechanism so that an Android application can read a file which is provided by a different Android application. I know that it's possible if both applications have the same userid, but it's not feasible because it would require to sign both applications with the same key. The idea is that one application has a zip file which is uncompressed; the uncompressed files must be available to a different Android application. By default, it's not possible because that directory is not readable by the latter application. Is there any directory which can be readable/writable by both applications without hacks? Is there any other mechanism suggested by Android?

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Android :: Android How To Keep GPS Active Until More Accurate Location Is Provided?

Jan 2, 2010

I am using the location manager's requestLocationUpdates() method to receive an intent to my broadcast receiver periodically. The system is correctly firing the intent to my receiver, and I have been able to use it correctly. The only problem is that the GPS location provider only stays active for a few seconds after the initial location acquisition, and I need it to stay on a little longer so that the location estimates are more accurate.My question is how to make the GPS location provider stay active for each periodic request that comes from the LocationManager requestLocationUpdates. Does anyone know how to do this?

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Android :: Looking For Few Co Developers

Apr 2, 2009

I am looking for some fellow developers to build a few applications that work together to allow the android phone to take advantage of cheap telephony services provided over the internet. These are sms, voip, calling cards and similar such services.I have been investigating this quite a bit and developing an app to work with PennyTel but i have discovered an issue with the Android OS. Android is not designed to let you replace low level systems in your app and there for there is no way to capture out going sms etc. This means that to write an app that sends all out going sms via pennytel is impossible and that the only way around this is to write your own sms client like ChompSMS and i am sure this will apply to other parts of the phone as well.What i am looking to do is make a reusable system that uses intents to do things. A complete sms application that uses an intent to send the sms so that more sms providers can be added later, a dialer and outgoing call system that will fire an event for another app to make the call etc.What I want is sever apps that use intents not just to open their app but also to choose the outgoing their service uses. personally i want to write one of the outgoing paths and i am looking for some developers who would be interested in writing the more front end apps like the dialer and sms applications.If anyone is interested let me know as it is just too much work for one person and i am sure your apps will be used by many people as more and more people could right services they could be hooked into.

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Android :: Hiding App Developers

Jul 17, 2010

Is there any way of hiding specific app developers that you don't link on the market?
E.g. if one developer has made thousands of sound board apps or themes for an app that I won't be using - I could hide that developer and wouldn't see his/her apps on the market?

If this is possible, I think it would make the market much less annoying when you have to scroll through hundreds of sound boards and app themes.

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Android :: Catch 22 For Developers?

Mar 4, 2010

This would be some excellent support for the faithful Android developers. I have eight apps but live in Canada so I haven't been permitted to post them on the Market yet. Still I'm hoping Google might take this into account for Canadian developers who can't yet meet the sales criteria. I applied anyway and hope Google will respond so I can begin mobile testing.

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Android :: Publish Apps For Other Developers

Oct 6, 2009

In terms of publishing apps for developers that reside in countries where they are not currently able to sell their apps via the Android Market, is this practice okay? Does it violate the Terms and Conditions of being a seller in any way?

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Android :: My Team Is In Urgent Need Of Developers

Apr 8, 2010

My team is in urgent need for Android Developers. Please find below the details. Job Location:Nagpur,India Android SSE - experience - 3-4 yrs, minimum 6 months experience in Android, Location - Nagpur Code...

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Android :: UK Developers Listing Currency

Feb 20, 2009

Can anyone tell me if UK developers are still being forced to list in a currency that the only paying customers of Market aren't used to dealing with (i.e. British pounds), or can we list in the currency our potential customers use?

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Android :: Animated-rotate Available For Developers?

Sep 21, 2010

In android-sdk-windowsplatformsandroid-8data esdrawable progress_large.xml, the following code is used:

CODE:.........................

If I try to copy this code in my own projects (so I can change the drawable), I get a compile error for framesCount and frameDuration.

Is <animated-rotate> something that can be used? And if so, how?

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Android :: Multitouch On Droid App Developers?

Dec 19, 2009

Is multitouch available to Android app developers? I've heard its on the new 2.0 version but only seen it accomplished on the Internet browser.

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Android :: Developers Screen Shot App On Droid

Mar 29, 2010

Is it just an impossibility to do?I have no idea about these things, but I guess if it is possible it would have been done already, no? I haven't taken the plunge to root, and not sure if I will and the instructions for screen shot on Droid are basically chinese to me because I have no skill when it comes to this sorta thing.I just want an app that will take a screenshot without root.People like me would pay for an app like this. You could make killer money guys, come on!

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