I have been trying to send message from the android emulator to the web server by using HttpURLConnection. In the server side I use php to read the sent message and keep it in database (mysql). when I send the message, a blank row is added in the database, but the message sent doesn't appear. I think the emulator can communicate with the server but I don't know what happens to the message.
My problem is this, I downloaded Handcent and really like it, however, I can't send messages from home. I have marginal service here (around -98 avg.) but I do get 3G. Whenever I send a message it says Message Failed - Retry, Cancel? I've even had this problem in places with great coverage for both 3G and cell service. The stock messaging app works just fine. So what I've been doing is receiving messages with Handcent and then sending them using the stock app.
So, does anyone have any ideas of what I can do? Are there any settings that can be changed? Does handcent use 3G to send messages?
I'm now trying Chomp to see if that's any better. And, just an FYI, I'm having trouble with text messages, not MMS. I haven't tried sending any pics or videos yet, I've just been sending SMS.
I used to be able to send SMS messages from one emulator instance to another; the reason why I didn't use Eclipse is because the app automatically replies to a certain SMS request, and the other device is used to receive it. That worked fine under SDK 1.1; however, with the upgrade to 1.5 I get a "could not connect client socket to Invalid argument" error when trying to send an SMS from one emulator to another. I've created a separate AVD for each emulator instance, both Google API, and both devices are listed with the adb devices command.
I am a novice in android programming and wanted to work on the GPS related apps. I tried using DDMS in eclipse but it doesn't send the co- ordinates (or my app doesn't pick it up). I tried typing 'geo' with the co-ordinates but it gives a message as permission denied. Could some one please tell me how do I go about sending GPS co-ordinates and also use the emulator.
DDMS is not able to send location to the emulator. I have tried sending just the location from DDMS but still the emulator is not able to receive location. The application works properly in the device but its not able to capture location data in the emulator.I am testing on Android 2.2 emulator. Can anyone let me know what can be the issue?
I tried to send an external file to android emulator using push and pull commands of adb tool.But these files are sending to SDCard.Even i tried to cofigure SDCard in emulator, but it doesnt give me any luck to find transfered files in emulator.
Gallery is only showing 'No Media Found'.how can i transfer files to android emualtor and where can i find those files.
Also i have one doubt that is android doesnt have its own primary memory.create SDCard and to transfer files to it.But i want to transfer files to its own memory.
Intent sendIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_SEND); sendIntent.putExtra("sms_body", "hello world"); sendIntent.setType("vnd.android-dir/mms-sms"); sendIntent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_STREAM, Uri.fromFile(new File (url))); // I have tried Uri.parse(url) here sendIntent.setType("image/*"); // I have tried "image/jpg" and "impage/jpeg" here... startActivity(sendIntent);
The file that I'm trying to send is in my application sandbox.
10-16 01:46:51.371: ERROR/MediaModel(3298): IOException caught while opening or reading stream 10-16 01:46:51.371: ERROR/MediaModel(3298): java.io.FileNotFoundException: /data/data/com.myapp.test/files/myco/ cache/1234.jpg 10-16 01:46:51.371: ERROR/MediaModel(3298): at org.apache.harmony.luni.platform.OSFileSystem.open(OSFileSystem.java: 231) 10-16 01:46:51.371: ERROR/MediaModel(3298): at java.io.FileInputStream.<init>(FileInputStream.java:80)
Is this because the file I'm pointing at is in my local sandbox? And if it is, how do I expose it to the MMS app. I have thought about copying it to the SD card first, but that seems like a really bad solution... Can I have the intent run as thought the person who received it is me? (I thought I remembered reading that somewhere...)
I am dealing with a application which associate with GPS mock locations and XMPP communication,and need to send the mock location to two emulator by ADT at the same time. However I've got a problem .It seems that the location can't be send to two emulator in my computer at the same time. So, may any master-hand can tell me if it is possible for us to send mock location to two emulator in the same computer at the same time?
I just published my first application to the market, but I just found out that android.telephony.gsm.smsmanager was depreciated as of Android 1.6. My application depends on sending SMS messages, so it cannot not work in 1.6 or newer. I built the project against 1.5, but I only have a device with 1.5 to test on. Since I built on 1.5, am I fine in terms of newer OSes, or will users get force closes? Is there a way to send/receive SMS messages in the emulator?
To make development easier, I want to be able to send textual commands to my android app(especially prior to having prior the UI completely fleshed out).Presumably in the emulator, but it would be great if it also worked on a device connected via USB.Of course, I could add an editText control to my app and type the commands in there, but would prefer not have deal with debug things cluttering up the UI and all the complications of that.I also would like to be able to paste text from computer clipboard, which sorta rules out EditText controls.Is there any way to do this, say via any of the android-sdk/tools/ stuff? I would implement the command processor java class/method, but need some way to be able to actually feed it a string. I suppose I could do something that talks to the emulator via the file system or something, but would prefer not have to spend a lot of time doing this if there is something already available.
I need to send messages through P2P on 3G connection.Sending and receiving works perfectly on lan ip addresses(on wi-fi) but not on 3g or 2g.On 3g I send a message but it never appears on the other end of the line.Can anyone tell me how to make a connection ?
I need to send messages to Android phones through P2P on 3G connection.Sending and receiving works perfectly on lan ip addresses(on wi-fi) but not on 3g or 2g.On 3g I send a message but it never appears on the other end of the line.Can anyone tell me how to make a connection ?
I try to send gps longitude and latitude to the android emulator with eclipse, but the values seem to never be set. Instead the onStatusChanged method of my listener is called. Edit I send those values through the emulator controls in the ddms view in eclipse.If I send data via telnet I get the correct data shown and the onLocationChanged method of my listener is changed.
We are currently working on an instrumentation test suite which runs on our build server, but while the tests pass on a dev machine using a normal Android emulator, the builds fail on the build server since there we only run a headless emulator with the -no-window flag.The failure occurs when trying to invoke the InstrumentationTestCase.sendKeys() method to programatically open the options menu.We also tried to let the instrumentation test app and the app under test share the same Linux user ID using android:sharedUserId and run in the same process (android:process -- we weren't sure if that was already the case), but still no luck. Does this mean it's currently impossible to run instrumentations which contain key events on a headless emulator, or are we missing something?
I must be missing something really obvious, but can someone tell me how I can send a text message to more than one contact in Handcent please? If I manage to do this, will all the recipients of that message be able to jointly read what everyone says like an email or facebook message? Maybe I'm asking too much?
Is there a way to eliminate all the send messages in address book except for the Mobil line. Why do they put send messages on land lines. I have some address contacts with 6 numbers then I have 6 send messages contacts to match every Tel Number.
I id a search, and the results were wide, varied and not to my point, so no I am asking the veterans.I would like to know how to initiate a text message on my Motorola droid. If I click the messaging icon on my home screen it takes me to gmail. if i open my phone and contacts, i get the email address and phone number displayed only, no option to text the desired contact.the only thing i seem to grasp is the call log. from there i can text or call again. seems like i can only text from call log, but if i have no call to tor from them in my log, and i want to text them, i do not know how. is there a good tutorial for texting and contacts? sorry if it seems like a dumb question, i just got my droid a couple hours ago. i am stokes because it was a sweet deal and i am not due to upgrade from my lame omnia for awhile. but i need to know how to text and initiate calls instead of just emailing everyone. the phone is sick sweet though.
Just was wondering if there was anything like this for the Android so i could compose SMS using a full PC keyboard (I sometimes write War And Piece) and then send it to my Desire to send out. I used to be able to do this with my SE PC suite?
I wonder if the following, using Handcent SMS and Any Cut, is possible.I want to make a shortcut that launches the audio-recorder that records the sound I want to send as an MMS. The reason for this is because this is a much safer solution than typing an SMS when driving.
Using the smsManager class can I send the same SMS to multiple numbers at the same time? Or would I need to do some sort of loop? I want to send the sms from within my app not through the messaging program.
I have to build a feature in my application which allows user to send a skype message. For this I have installed skype lite client for Android (although offically the download has been currently withdrawn from Skype). Now how to initiate the activity from my application OR simply send the chat message without bringing it front, assuming I have skype installed in Android & also signed in already.
I have problems simulating call or sms since telnet or ddms perspective on eclipse. I'm connected to the device and some commands works (window scale,...)If i try to simulate a gsm call then everything seems ok but i haven't anything on my emulator (nor incoming call nor notification) then if i launch an "gsm list" command my inbound call is listed and i can cancel it the same thing occurs with sms send everything seems ok (return OK) but there is no notification on the emulator nor sms in inbox :-(
I'm using the sdk r06 on a windows xp machine. I try with fresh avd on different platform :-(
Important : it has worked so i know it can work, but i would like to know why it doesn't work now ! Using ddms i don't see any trace on the log view.