I've been trying to get the number of unread gmail mails with no luck.I've read Gmail.java and gmail4j both links taken out of this site from this question: Android - How can I find out how many unread email the user has?But still after having read all of that and a couple of other sites that talked about this particular subject my question remains:How can I get the Gmail Unread Count?Sorry if it seams a bit insistent but I clearly lack the knowledge to find this out on my own from the source.I would like to clarify that I want to do it without having to ask the user for credentials.Just 2 add some colors to the question let me show you the looks of my app.
You know what I'm talking about: for example when you get multiple new emails the notification icon in the status bar is augmented with a little red circle that contains number of unread mails. Twitroid has the same icon. Any idea how it's done? I don't think (or so I hope) there are 10000 similar icons. Is this red circle generated and overlaid the notification icon?
I want to enter an website using the tel num as a password how do i get it using the android API is it possible? or is there another key value on the android which is unique and I can ask him from the android system , android devices and therefore security is promised?
Iam using a command: adb devices and get this: C:>adb devices List of devices attached HT9CTP820385 device My question is: where this serial number comes from? Does it burned on flash of device one time during a manufectoring or adb drivers assignees it dynamically or it comes with release that is burned on device?
I would like to be able to generate unique serial numbers for each Android device for use in unlocking an application. How could I do this? EDIT: The reason is I want to revamp a paid application and provide users who have paid for the old version, which will have a different package name, a way to obtain the full version by downloading an unlikable free version of the application. I would push an update to the old version that would generate and display the code that they could enter to turn the Free version into a fully functional version.
How to read the device serial number (not IMEI) of a Samsung Android phone (same value that you get when you call 'adb devices') but from within an app or from the device; not using PC/USB/adb.I found a solution for HTC and other devices, which is - to call. Code...
I am trying to create an app that gets the location and telephone number of the phone. This is the Code I am using to get the telephone number (I am focusing on sdk 1.5) and in the emulator this works.
Is anyone having issues not receiving some text messages and e-mails, specifically those with pictures attachments? I have a Verizon Droid and my wife lately has asked if I got her text/e-mail and I haven't. It could be on her end (she has a Blackberry), but I just wanted to check because it has happened at least 5 times in the past week or so.
Is this possible? I had my BB configured to disable all LED notifications while in its holster as my wife really has a big problem with flashing lights while we are sleeping. (yeah, i dont get it either...close your eyes and goto sleep!) Anyway, since getting the Droid she has started that old complaint again about my phone flashing at night...soooo...is there any way to disable LED notification for e-mails and SMS? A locale plugin would be great, but I'll take whatever I can get to keep the peace!
I am desperatly looking for a root for my lg prada 3.0 The problem is that all the root is for the model number p490 while I have the ku5400. If root works for p490, will it work for mine aswell? Is it worth the risk?
I just got a Droid today and am enjoying it so far, but one issue I've been having is I want to be able to know when I have an unread message without having to unlock the phone.My last phone had a setting that allowed me to set a tone or alert that would go off every 2, 5 or 10 minutes while I had an unread or un-listened-to message on my phone, so even if I missed the first alert I would still notice when I had something new.
I like my Motorola Droid very much but I have one issue that I can not afford to continue. When I read an email from my comcast account, it automatically deletes later on in the day or when I open my account on a computer. This is very discouraging as information is not available on the phone unexpectedly.
I'm receiving incoming e-mails on droid, and the outgoing e-mails are in the sent box, as though they have been sent. I've checked 3 different e-mail accounts that I sent e-mails to from the droid and none have been received. It has been a couple of hours since sent, any suggestions?
I have the sprint HTC Hero with the latest update and when I'm to create a back up it doesn't let me do it. I then tried to downgrade the phone installing the the Sprint RUU and when I tried to install the AndroidSDK drivers I can't get to see the Serial Number of my device when I search in the command bar (following the steps of the Unlock). I'm using Windows XP with Service Pack 2. Any help will be appreciated.
I know it is probably something simple. Yet I am not too sure the difference between the two. My first thought is that one is a US version and the other international. I just wanted to check and see the difference.
I have my work IMAP account set up in the Android e-mail application. It works fine, but every mail I send from the phone shows up as unread in the Sent folder, so when I access the account with other e-mail applications I have all these unread messages in the Sent folder. I have never had any e-mail applications mark Sent mail unread. Is there a way to prevent the Android mail client from marking sent unread?
So I'm obviously new to this whole setup but was curious if there was a way for the Email / Gmail to show how many emails are new? My best example would be how the Iphone shows you without opening your icon how many emails you have? (for me its to show me which account has an email) Second question - Whats the difference between Email / Gmail / Gmail Tags in android? They all do the same thing with a differ.
I have setup my yahoo account on my droid, and it is working, but is overworking. What is happening is I keep getting the emails over and over no matter how many times I delete them. I dont understand what I am doing wrong. It works but I delete the emails and they come again and again. I had to delete the account to stop the endless loop.
I have a Moto Droid and just recently it stopped receiving e-mails (I assume phone calls and texts, as well though I never tested). I have 2 Comcast POP3 emails setup on my phone to sync every 30 minutes. Randomly, the phone will stop receiving e-mails--I can't manually sync and end up having to turn the phone off and on (not pulling the battery) to receive e-mails again. This happened with my old BB too. Does anyone know of a reason why my phone stops functioning properly?
So, this is a minor but VERY annoying problem on my Eris. I have a notification that is ALWAYS SHOWING!! It is a little black and white envelope. It is labeled "New Message(s)". It has the subtext, "You have an unread message".If I slide my Notifications down, and click the notification, it brings me to the HTC Message list. All of my messages are marked as read, so I dont know why the icon is still there.If I get a text, a totally separate icon, which is also a black and white envelope, but has a green circle with a number inside it showing how many unread messages I have. If I bring the Notifications down, and click the problematic Notification, "the first one I mentioned", the second said icon will go away, and the original will NOT go away. I can click "Clear Notifications" and it will go away till I get a new message, and then the problem is back.