I'm developing an application for android with eclipse, and it has some logos (.jpg image files) that I reference from my code.The problem is that, when I export with eclipse the .apk file to install the app, the logos aren't exported.How can I export the package to have the logos when I install the application?
I am using MediaStore.Images.Media.insertImage(ContentResolver cr, String imagePath, String name, String description) function to insert a newly created image into gallery. System is naming the file by default, but its different than names of pictures taken by original app(Time stamp). Is there easy way to set it up?
My 1.6 app works fine in both portrait and landscape modes on the default HVGA device. I'm now trying to support it on QVGA devices and am encountering build-time errors I don't understand. In my res/drawable-ldpi directory I have:
startstopin.png startstopout.png and a selector file startstopbuttonimageselector.xml which contains: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <selector xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"> <item android:state_pressed="true" android:drawable="@drawable-ldpi/startstopin" /> <!-- pressed --> <item android:drawable="@drawable-ldpi/startstopout" /> <!-- default --> </selector>
I've 'fixed project properties' and done a 'clean' build, to no avail. The error I get is: Error: No resource found that matches the given name (at 'drawable' with value '@drawable-ldpi/startstopin'). Error: No resource found that matches the given name (at 'drawable' with value '@drawable-ldpi/startstopout'). I've tried adding a layout file in res/layout-small that explicitly references this selector file, but this triggers a similar build error and fails to address the original problem: Error: No resource found that matches the given name (at 'src' with value '@drawable-ldpi/startstopbuttonimageselector').
This tip comes in courtesy of Mark, who was kind enough to help out fellow Android addicts get their contact syncing issues sorted out. While it?s easiest to just use gmail to sync contacts and calendar, it?s certainly not required. Here?s how you can back up your contact list for easy retrieval anytime you need them. Open your contacts application Make sure All contacts are visible, unless you only want to back up certain groups.
Hit the menu button Hit the Import/Export button
We can verify that this works on HTC Sense phones, as well as the new Galaxy S series phones. If you?re using something a bit more vanilla, you will have an option to do the same thing but using your SIM card (through SIM Manager in the contacts menu) instead of the microSD card. Lastly, if you?re using the latest CM6, you have the option to do both!
I've factored out some common code into an Android project, which (certainly under Eclipse) is required to have an AndroidManifest.xml.
If I export this shared code as a jarfile and link it to my main project, the Davik compiler gives an error about a duplicate manifest. If I don't include the mainifest, Davik gives an error that the manifest is missing.
I export my application to .apk file, sign it then install it. But when I run my App, it displays an error because there's no data in my database. The database was created as a new one when I installed the application, so all the data were lost! How can I include database data when exporting an Android application?
I would like to export my SMS with certain people via email or something. how can i do so? i would much rather do it via the phone's stock application, but if there is no way to do so, I'm ready to download a good program.
Barring any complications, I will be preordering the HTC Droid Incredible on Monday, April 19th, to be shipped to me on launch (April 29th). I currently have the Blackberry Storm 1. Has anyone heard of how to import the contacts from the Storm to the Incredible? Since I will be doing the activation once I get it shipped to me and I haven't messed with the Android OS or anything with the current HTC phones or whatnot, I am not sure what it takes to get the contacts from the Blackberry to other phones.
I come from the so closed iPhone world. I'd need to import all my contacts from it to my HTC desire Android driven. I could use gmail to sync... But I only want to have gmail contacts in my contacts list and not Facebook contacts, Flickr contacts etc
I have my contacts in Outlook and Thunderbird and needed to get them onto my Acer tablet. After a LOT of messing about I downloaded E-Z Contacts from here
E-Z Contact Book - Free download and software reviews - CNET Download
and Contacts <-> Excel from here [URL] .....
Both free, if you already have Contacts <-> Excel get the latest version or you'll lose the addresses.
You can import into EZ directly from Outlook. With Thunderbird you have to export in CSV format and then import the CSV file into EZ. You have to manually match the fieldnames between EZ and the CSV file to make sure everything goes into the right place.
Once in EZ you export the data in Google CSV format and copy the file to the SD card of your device.
Next step is to use Contacts <-> Excel, just select "Import", > SD Card > Select the file from the list > Select the account you're importing into and then GO.
EZ can be used to sort your contacts into groups, edit contacts, get the map for your contact, email them, open their website and set up a Skype phone call.
I now use EZ all the time rather than Thunderbird & Outlook &c it means I can change my default email client without having to update contacts. I also store bookmarks in it so I can easily swap to another browser.
I'm basically using the same method of loading bitmaps in OpenGL that the SpriteMethodTest example uses and have been unable to get rid of an annoying outline that appears around all of my images.
For example, If I were to load an image of a white circle on a white background, I would expect to see nothing. Instead, I would see my circle because its edge would be gray. In SpriteMethodTest, I replaced the background image with white and was able to see that the edges of the android images flying around also don't seem to be rendered correctly.
Does anyone know how to load images in OpenGL without having a thin outline appear around the images?
i recently purchaed my SE x10 mini pro, and im relatively happy with it, although there are a few simle functions missing. i know how to import your sim contacts onto your phone, however is there a way to export contacts onto your sim? so that each time i add a new contact i'd save it onto the sim rather than the phone?
I dropped my effin phone and the screen cracked which means now i have to unroot and try and get a new phone. is there any way to export a nandroid backup and titanium backup so when i get my new phone and root it i can just throw those backups on it and bam im back at where i was?
URL....How to export the blacklististed calls and messages? So that I can import them into my successive ROMs. Am on MIUI rom. Or for that matter any other rom too, e.g. AOSP, Cyanogen, is there a way to export the listings?
I'm working to convert some background images to nine patch so they scale better on different phones. The problem is that if I have the following resource structure: drawable-hdpi/background.png drawable-hdpi/button.png drawable-mdpi/background.png drawable-mdpi/button.png drawable-ldpi/background.png drawable-ldpi/button.png and then I drop a new drawable-hdpi/background.9.png file into the mix, it breaks button.png during the pre-compile. The error is "No resource found that matches the given name (at 'background' with value '@drawable/button').Simply removing that one nine patch file fixes the build. Should I be able to have some nine patch images and some normal ones, or to have nine patch only in hdpi but not mdpi or ldpi? This is Eclipse 3.5.1 with the latest ADT.
I'm new to this MotoBlur concept, but I like having an automatic contact backup.. I imported my contacts from the IPhone using their web site and it worked instantly. I also synced with the Gmail contacts and slowly I'm merging them. how the hell do I export the contacts to a new fresh CSV as I make changes on the phone? Does Motorola want me to use Motoblur forever? They don't have an export feature anywhere on their site.
My wife and I both bought new Android phones. I've set each of us up with a gmail account, and I was able to successfully import my contacts from iTunes (I had an iPod Touch). I've spent quite a bit of time in Gmail editing the contacts and adding photos, phone numbers, etc, and would like my wife to share these as well, as a starting point. So what I did was export the contacts to my desktop as a .csv file, then log into *her* account, and import the.csv file. That works great, except I don't have any of the thumbnail photos (which makes sense, 'cause there's nothing in the .csv file about photos). Is there another way to share my contacts with photos, short of going through the whole process of editing each contact from her account and adding a photo?
I get a .apk does not exist error when exporting Android project in Eclipse using android-sdk_r06-mac_86.I never got the error in the previous version of the SDK.Off course the .apk file doesn't exist. I'm trying to build and sign it.How do I fix this problem?
I have to move my existing contacts from HTC TyTn Windows 6 powered to HTC Hero on Android. Is there a way to export and import without going through google or any other cloud computing servers? I have PIMBackup running on HTC TyTn and that exports contacts in a CSV format. I have also located a new application (not tried it yet) will export them in XML format. Will this help with the importing? I am not able to find 1 application that will run on both the phones. I have loads of information on my contacts (from addresses to groups to different phone numbers) and I don't want to lose any of this information.
1.myJpegFile = new File("images/jpegImage.jpg"); 2.output = new BufferedOutputStream(new FileOutputStream(myJpegFile)); 3.encoder = JPEGCodec.createJPEGEncoder(output); 4.encoder.encode(myJpegImage); Please could you give me the equivalent code for line no. 3 and 4 in Android?
Is there anything the Dalvik VM supports (in terms of bytecode) which is not used currently because the .class files don't have it?
As an example, if people would write their own Source-to-DX converter for their functional language XYZ, would they be able to implement e. g. full tail calls although the .class file does support tail calls only under certain circumstances?
I am successful in creating file using openFileOutput(). and can read the file using openFileInput().
I am able attach file from external storage sdcard while emailing the same using getExternalStorageDirectory as sendIntent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_STREAM, Uri.parse("file://"+Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory()+"/ zibra.txt"));
But while trying to attach file from the openOutputFile stored area using sendIntent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_STREAM, Uri.parse("file://"+ getFilesDir() + "/zibra.txt"));, resulting emptied file emailing.
My file is stored in "/data/data/com.example/files/zibra.txt".