Suppose i have an application "MyApp" which has a button and when clicked it should start another application say"App2" but this "App2" should not be installed on the phone it should dynamically be executed.how do i do this in android.it will be helpful if u can explain with some sample code.
I'm working with Eclipse and writing an Android application. I've noticed that the load times to the Android emulator can vary significantly. Recently, I found that manually going back to the main menu of the emulator helps my application load much faster.Is there a quicker way (read: automatic way) to exit out of my application rather than hitting the Back button multiple times until I get to the main app menu? Secondly, is there something I am doing wrong that factors into the longer load time?
I'm trying to guess why a user would report "Force quits every time I load" the problem does not occur for all users, especially not me.The system constructs a database when it first loads. I suspect that user's phone does not have enough memory.Questions: How can I verify that the system has enough memory to store a small database? What else might cause a user's particular system to force quit on startup?Wrong answers or things I've tried thus far:The user's hardware is probably different than mine The user's software and available memory is likely different as well The data is already loading in its own thread, with a progress dialog showing
I got Android Kitkat update for Moto G this Friday, here at India .. Update went smooth and looks good. But now the phone dialpad does not load at all the first time I touch the dialpad icon (it brings up a small white panel layout). Pressing the dialpad again second time loads up the new cool dialpad introduced in 4.4.2 kitkat update.
Just wondering if it is suppose to take a little while for the app management to display apps
I have a nexus one also and did a quick comparison... both have relatively the same apps ( i keep them as synced as possible)
Now its not really an Apples to Apples Comparison as I have Froyo running on nexus but what made me raise an eyebrow was when the little Loading Indicator doesn't smoothly move while its loading. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pNBkEuN4Q8
YouTube videos takes longer to load. My browser sometimes doesn't load web pages completely and the speeds are way slower then 3g... Well atleast on my end... I'm in Baltimore and 4g is very much up and running. Not ranting, its just that 4g was one of sprints selling points, jus think it could be a bit better.
I have valid JPG files and now I want to load them into a layout containing an ImageView. I have code to findViewId(R.id.myimage). I followed some sample code using File but it did not work. The file is stored at /data/data/com.myapp/files/someimage.jpg.
What is the easiest and efficient way to load and display?
I have an xml file which will be in either assets or res folder which i need to modify by adding some values and then i need to convert the xml into a string to be sent as part of a soap request. What would be the easiest way to achieve this?
With a largely white image on screen, if you tilt the phone to the left, does it take on a pinkish hue? Also, does adding a Shortcut -> Application take insanely long to load every single time? I just want to make sure I'm not the only one experiencing this.
I finally was able to build and debug the android platform with this tutorial. I imported my project in eclipse, and afterwards installed ADT. Then I converted my imported project to android project (Android Tools -> Convert To Android Project). And now I'm having Failed to load properties file for project 'droid-platform' error. Session data: Code... Does anyone know, how do I deal with this?
I have a WebView on my Android application which loads (WebView.loadUrl()) different local HTML files from phone's internal storage. I would like to include some custom css styles for them, Now, I could have my app edit every HTML file and add linking reference for the CSS file.I could also read the file contents, add the CSS linking and use WebView.loadData() to load it.But is it possible to do this a lot simpler and efficiently.Note: The HTML files are downloaded from a website. So editing them manually is not possible in this case, but once downloaded they can be edited via the app if necessary.
I have an activity that uses VideoView and MediaController. I have a .mp4 file. When I put the file in res/raw folder, I can play the video using Uri.parse("android.resource://<package>/" + R.raw.id_video) However, when I put the same file in the filesystem, it plays properly. I use videoView.setVideoPath("/sdcard/myfile.mp4");
I want to install a Bluetooth Application over my G1 device in linux environment.Please any Body provide me the procedure for this ? Whenever i am installing the application following error was thrown:-
Doing Android 2.1 development. Can anybody explain to me why the following code generates a IOException and doesn't load the file? This exact code used to work, and as far as I can tell, it should still work. For reference, the Log.d() command correctly lists all files that I expect, and the files are correctly zipped into my .APK file.
Any ideas on why this breaks now? The files I'm trying to read are tiny (couple of bytes) binaries.
My gameboid emulator had been working pretty well until yesterday. About 30 hours into my golden sun 1 game, the emulator crashed. I thought, no big deal, I'll just reload.
But now when I open the rom, my sav file is gone! It wasn't a save state as I am using the lite version, but I just lost over 30 hours of gaming. On my SD card it says I have a .sav file for the game, so does that mean I still have the sav file?
Also, has anyone had any luck running golden sun 2? I'm having problems similar to what I've read, which is that it crashes after the intro. If you've gotten it to work, what rom and bios are you using?
This app is great but if it can't run any decent RPG's than maybe it's not as good as I'd hope.
Every time. I load a froyo ROM this pops up. I'm running. Nonsensikal 1.5 now but others have said this too and I know my SD card is not blank. Do I have the wrong card in there. Its the stock 8gb. It doesn't. Let me download any Apps. that require SD permission. What do I do because I really want to keep this ROM.