I created a application using ADOBE AIR and now i want this application to deployed in ANDROID OS enabled mobile phone but i am not able to convert .swf file to .apk Can any one please help me out how i can convert .swf to .apk
Has anyone tried the app VLC Stream and Convert? VLC Stream & Convert v0.4.28 Application for Android | Multimedia. It looks promising as a streaming option but I can't work out how to set it to actually stream videos to the phone. It's working as a remote (so VLC is working correctly) but there are no instruction available on how to configure streaming.
Can anyone tell me how to convert my M4a files into MP3? I am using an IMAC which is becoming a major problem in syncing with my Droid X. Additionally, I am using DoubleTwist and am finding several bugs. Does anyone recommend a different music player? B Tunes? I need to convert the files into mp3 as it appears that Droid X only can read mp3 files and can not read AAC files.
i want to convert recorded AMR sound into mp3 or WAV within my activity, is there any method or package i can use? i am using this activity for recording: Intent intent = new Intent MediaStore.Audio. Media. RECORD _SOUND _ ACTION); startActivityForResult(intent, SELECT_AUDIO); this gives me amr content uri but my question is , how can i get the mp3/wav uri? i posted this question long ago but still no solution, please help me as i am really stuck on this.
I created a Android Project in 1.5. Now i want to convert itinto Android SDK2.0. How can i convert this?I tried to convert by click the project properties & changed the Target from Android1.5 to Android2.0 But the R.java is delted automatically when i changed the target Any one know about this?
I'm getting an illegal argument exception when trying to convert a coordinate in degrees:minutes :seconds .decimal format with the minute value is 59 and the seconds is greater than 0. I think the function compares seconds and they must be less than 59, where they should be less than 60. Here is the error with the coordinate: 05-13 22:27:57.071: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3924): Caused by: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: coordinate=30:26:59.5644 05-13 22:27:57.071: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(3924): at android.location .Location. convert (Location. java:249)
I need to convert from XML to Wbxml for Client-Server Communication using AirSynC (Microsoft Exchange Active Sync Protocol). I found XML to WBXML parsers available in ../dalvik/libcore/xml/src/ main/java/org/kxml2 but there was no official documentation regarding these apis. Inbuilt Google IM Application available in ../packages/apps/IM makes use of separate XML<-->WBXML parsers instead of using existing org.kxml2 package listed above and makes use of Native call for SynCML Tag Table mapping.
In anticipation of a new HTC Incredible soon, I opened a gmail account. I have exported 12 years of calendar, thousands of contacts, notes, and tasks from a PC palm desktop. It created a .dba file, which gmail does not recognize. How can i convert it to .csv or whatever? I was able to easily import ~1000 contacts from my Mac address book.
I have a Android app. It receives videos in .flv format which is unplayable by the Android phone. I was wondering how to convert the file to MP4. I could use FFMPEG, but I do not know how I would get it onto the phone, and how it would work on multiple phones if it was compiled for a single one.
From what I learn, a developer cannot convert his FREE app to a PAID app. I was looking out for some alternative ways to make this happen. I have an app with about 10K users. Users have their data stored inside the application. Lets call the existing FREE version com.my app I would like to sell my app for $10. How do I go about it? If I create a new application, it does not accept com.my app since it says I already have an app on the store with the same name. Create a new app: com.paid my app does not help because how do the existing 10K users get their data from FREE version (my app) to PAID version (paid my app)
Is there any way to convert J2ME applications into Android applications? The only way I have come across is using microemulator which if I used to convert J2ME app that uses Camera or Bluetooth APIs doesn't work.
I have developed the application in android and i installed the application in to HTC magic mobile , it's working good. but i want to install same application in Droid mobile(480x854 px) , shall i need to modify any code for that?
I have passed a url String from java to C code as jstring data type. And my library method needs a char * as url. How can I convert jstring in char * ? p.s. Is there any advantage of using jcharArray in C? (i.e. Passing char  instead of string in native method).
Has anyone tried the app Wordplayer from the market? It's a pretty decent e-book reader with compatible (and pretty decent) TTS capabilities. Anyways, I was wondering if anyone could help me understand how to convert the ebooks and put them into a format that the TTS software could easily read from. As it is, the TTS starts reading my particular book at page 167 even though the .epub file appears complete if opened with any other software.
I am using a html parser called jsoap, to load and parse html files. The problem is that the webpage I'm scraping is encoded in ISO-8859-1 charset while Android is using UTF-8 encoding(?). This is results in some characters shows up as question marks. So now I guess I should convert the string to UTF-8 format. Now I have found this Class called CharsetEncoder in the Android SDK, which I guess could help me. But I can't figure out how to implement it in practice, so I wonder if could get som help with by a practical example.
I've got a lot of experience in Java but none developing mobile apps. I'd like to write an application using Java/Swing and then convert it for use on an Android phone. Is this feasible or do I really need to develop from the ground up for the Android platform? I don't own an Android phone as I can't afford one at the moment, and the Android emulator is so slow that I find myself wasting a lot of time sitting around waiting.
I have an XML page which m able to display on webview and also able to convert it to sppech by using text to speech API provided by android.
I have stored that XML page in a string variable and hence able to convert it to speech which takes string variable as an input. But my problem is that if the xml has some href tags or imgsrc tags those are also read out by TTs.
Can u please tell me how to overcome this? I jst want the text part which is displayed in webview to be read out not the image URL or something else.
I have downloaded eclipse and the Android sdk and I have now used eclipse to design an android app which runs fine on the emulator. I have also downloaded and installed Kies for file transfer between PC and Samsung phone. I used Kies to download a free app from Android market and checked the format of the downloaded files, one is an 'app file, the other is image files. Do I have to somehow turn the saved files from my eclipse created app into the above file types for transfer to my phone? If so how? If not, which files do I transfer to my phone? s
I want to convert this into a File object, and only a File object - I need to pass it to another constructor that requires a File. How can I convert a URI like this to a File object? If I try File newFile = new File(myURI);I get an error in Eclipse suggesting that I should convert the URI to a String. Supplying URI.getPath() in the constructor doesn't help either.
This relates to the 'How can I convert android.net.uri object to java.net.uri object?' question, which unfortunately seems to have no good answer, but I want a File object out, not a java uri. I don't mind if I have to write it to a bytestream and back again - whatever is the best way.Apologies if I'm cross-posting my own question, but I thought I might need to make things a bit clearer.
I am developing an Android application and require some basic datetime manipulation. I have a Date object (from Java.util.Date) holding a specific date. I need to add a specific time to it. The time I have is a string in this format: "9:00 PM EST"..How would I "add" this time to the previous date? If the Date object currently has: "4/24/10 00:00:00"
How would I change it to instead be: "4/24/10 09:00:00 EST"..I would prefer to do this without the use of an external library, if possible.