"This interface provides random read-write access to the result set returned by a database query." but I can't find any way to update a database with a cursor.I have started noting things like this as a sidewiki entry for the documentation page.
I see a previous question about the fact that the Blue tooth technology on an iphone will only allow it to pair with the Nike shoe thing and some kind of head set, and will not allow it to pair to the Droid for transferring files or even to access internet. So, is there a way to use the wireless capabilities of the Droid to share its internet connection since the ipod touch can also use wi-fi? I don't have an ipod touch or I'd try it but I'd like to buy one (for the wife) and if we're in the car, she can use my droid's Verizon signal to get on the internet with the ipod torch's wi-fi capabilities.
Seems to be some confusion on this issue. Do you know if there is a way to get the X10 to act as a "modem" of sorts when tethered, so I can use my laptop in remote areas where there is no land line or WiFi access (but you can get a cell phone signal).
The idea is to allow developers to access a remote database provided by google.In android the developer will need a special permission to be set at the manifest file.This could allow applications to keep a backup of users application data without having to sign in ever, seamless.Users could than sign-in to their gmail and see a list of applications that are currently storing data on their gmail space.The user could be allowed to wipe the data or even block the application from storing data to it.This idea make the most sense since Android will be a platform were users will be constantly changing android phones as new better ones come out.
I need to be able to write textfiles to the root directory of my Android device (as this related questions explains).
Can I change write permissions for root directory / and if so, how?
I tried pushing a file using adb, but it said file system was read-only
Its pretty annoying that I cannot control my own device, that everything is so restricted
EDIT 1: This thread has evolved into discussing Sygic Navigation and their API, which seems to be wrong when it comes to the Android platform. I have some other questions that discuss Sygic and their navigation software.
I'm using an autocomplete box, with suggestions provided by a SimpleQueryAdapter.Not sure if relevant, but only difference I see is that, both in the adapter constructor, as well as in runQuery(), I use a cursor returned by SQLiteDatabase#query obtained via an SQLiteOpenHelper instance.Should I be using on these cursors or not?If I don't use managed cursors, then I get "leak found" warnings ("database was created [sic] but never closed").
I am using a mt6582m device with kitkat 4.4.2 with supersu. I can use root to write to system, data and cache using es file explorer, can also read and write to any sd card, but apps like titanium backup, online android backup, ram expander can't read/write to sd card.
Eg.1: ti backup read backups, can do all operation except backup and restore. I had read a lot, changing backup path didn't worked nor any odex file is there. Using v126.96.36.199. Eg. 2: ram expander can create swap file on sd but can read it saying 'not found'. Swap can be used with cache partition. Eg. 3: online nandroid backup says pat not vaild.
I had tried, sd fix app, manually editing platform.xml, xposed module to 'handel external storage', change permissions using es file explorer, editing ramdisk.
There is storage/sdcard0 and 1 Also mnt/sdcard and mnt/sdcard2 (symlinked) Also mnt/media_rw/sdcard0 and 1 (not readable even in es file explorer)
I am almost 100% satisfied with my EVO I have had for 2 days.The only complait I have is I want to me notified via an audible alert about a text message or missed call until I answer it.I couldn't find a way to do that in the setup, so I was wondering is there an app that would let me do that?Choose how often it repeats?
I'm planning to use my website to provide updates for my android application whenever the user decides to perform an update( in case there is one available) . I'm thinking to use http requests for the communication between the user and the server, so whenever there is a new update the server sents back to the user the link to download the apk of the update through the android browser. So far I think it should work !?!. But once I have the apk of the new update on the card ,and the installed old version of the application how do I actually perform the update ?
In my application 'x' there is a download manager which downloads a.mp3,b.mp3 and stored in the /sdcard /x/a.mp3.How to provide the security only my application can access the downloaded files not to the other applications?Is there any API provided by android or any other solution?
In my Touch Pro 2, i was able to open a calendar and click a conf call phone number, it called the number. (same as on my EVO).Then once i am in the call, I could click the back button and view 1/2 calendar and 1/2 dial pad. It was very helpful because i could see my passcode from the calendar for my conf call WHILE i dialed them in at the same time.Is there any app or function like this with Android?
I have a .jar in my Android project which has many references and uses of the java.awt.* classes and other classes not available on Android. How can I provide my own implementations of these classes so that I can embed the unmodified .jar file (the only modification is being ran through dx) in my Android application and it will use my own class implementations?
Is it possible to provide directions on a map on Android from 1 place (e.g a specific lat/lng) to another specific lat/lng? I realise this is doable with the Google-maps API but can you do it within Androids native implementation?
We're planning to export an application layer AIDL interface. What are some best practices with regards for managing version compatibility? Does Android provide any version-related mechanisms for AIDL interfaces?
i am providing copy protection for Android paid applications by using Android Market Licensing mechanism. But it supports only for the paid applications. How can i provide copy-protection to Free application. Is there any alternatives?
I want to encrypt individual contacts stored by the Contacts application on Android based on user's preference. So, I am thinking I'll have to hook/extend the Contacts application before the it stores data into the database and decrypt it when the user wants to view it. Also, I am assuming I will have to store the key for encryption in a file.
I have some java code that I want to share with some classmates however I do not want to share the source with them.What is the standard method to provide someone with a Java executable that they can use but they cannot see the source.Not sure if this is relevant but the code that I will be giving them will be run on android.