This person has been texting me none stop for 3 days I've even involved the police who didn't even bother since its a cricket wireless # they can't trace. This person seems obsessed and at times honestly scares me. They've sent over a hundred texts in less than an hour. Pls I've tried googling but come up with year old posts that lead to nothing. Market searches lead to only bad reviews.
I need a good ad blocker. I go back and forth between Google Chrome and IE for my internet search. My biggest pet peeve is all those ads and popup videos! On my laptop I have avg internet security, malwarebytes, SAS to fight the battle of viruses, malware, spyware but I need a good adblocker. Im not tech savvy, frankly, I'm sooo afraid that I'll crash my laptop with one of my visit to a unsafe site, that it prevents me from truly enjoying the net. So, I was adviced to get the ad blocker advisor app from google or should I get an ad blocker extension? I realize I really dont know the difference.,,an app or extension? Is there one for IE too?
One of the really cool things about Inc is that it includes web browser support video streaming. The flip side is that if you use this on sites where it's offered, you will likely get annoying ad popups! Why is it then that neither the Marketplace nor Appbrain offers any software to control this? I realize that Firefox software tweaks, which control everything from popup ads to cookies, script control, and much more, are called addons but with Android the browser would be Google Chrome. Is this the problem, or can I get controls like this in Google-world too, specifically for Android?
Suppose I changed the default browser to Firefox, would I be able to use most of it's addons (I already know most of them work in Linux for PCs, but Android hasn't quite impressed me so far with much PC-like tweakability). How would I go about doing this, anyway?
Currently I use NQ mobile call blocker. When I receive a call from the blocked numbers, this app respond to the caller by allowing two or three ringing and after that cancel that call. I need to know are there any app that can use zero ringing? Which means no ringing respond to caller, instantly cancel call.
i have a Samsung galaxy and using embware call blocker app. I blocked a number on app then deleted the app can that person still contact me? Or are all blocked contacts cancelled and they can now contact me?
How to trace the HTTP requests/responses e.g. by using Wireshark? I am using soap web services i want tocheck wheather the soap request from the web service sis going properly.I neee the Xml response from the server but non xml format i am getting how to check this request and response using Wireahark or any other process.
My game is crashing on the HTC Hero and I have managed to get a user to send me their log. I don't see a Java stack trace at all. It looks like it's crashing in the OpenGL driver. I was wondering how I could go about trying to determine the problem. I was thinking of adding that acra project that sends crash reports to a server but I am thinking it will just send the same that is in this log. I have error checking everywhere so I am really at a lose where to go from here. I even went out and bought a HTC Hero but Canada only has 1.5 for the OS. Code...
So I have an app on the market with >10k active users. I have recieved maybe 50 complaints from Droid-user that the program crashes arbitrarily. I have not been able to replicate the error with my own droid, but I got one of the to send me this crash log. However, it does not reference the application. Do you have any suggestions on how to track down this error? I stand baffled.
11-25 16:18:03.730 D/AndroidRuntime( 2964): Shutting down VM 11-25 16:18:03.730 W/dalvikvm( 2964): threadid=3: thread exiting with uncaught exception (group=0x4001b180) 11-25 16:18:03.730 E/AndroidRuntime( 2964): Uncaught handler: thread main exiting due to uncaught exception 11-25 16:18:03.761 E/AndroidRuntime( 2964): java.lang. Code...
I have a problem with creating a trace file containing logs on my app. I use Debug.startMethodTracing("tracing"); and in my onDestroy() method i stop the methodTracing. Everything is going fine, like my file is created on my phone BUT it is empty, and i don't get why because it worked once and since i can't get it working. Here is the log ive got, and it says that it is writting on the file, so this is acting a bit weird. Code...
I created sdcard and mounted it on my emulator , after closing my app , when i try to pull to copy the files (using command:adb pull /sdcard/calc.trace /tmp)i get this error:"remote object /sdcard/calc.trace does not exist".I am listin gdown the commands in sequence.
1)f:>mksdcard 1024 ./myimage
2)f:>emulator -sdcard ./myimage -avd 1
3)(After running my app and exiting the app)adb pull /sdcard/calc.trace /tmp
In my activity i have start/stop method tracing with fiename calc.trace. i am running windows.
I'm moving a project to the new Android Native Development Kit (i.e. JNI) and I'd like to catch SIGSEGV, should it occur (possibly also SIGILL, SIGABRT, SIGFPE) in order to present a nice crash reporting dialog, instead of (or before) what currently happens: the immediate unceremonious death of the process and possibly some attempt by the OS to restart it. (Edit: The JVM/Dalvik VM catches the signal and logs a stack trace and other useful information; I just want to offer the user the option to email that info to me really.)
The situation is: a large body of C code which I didn't write does most of the work in this application (all the game logic) and although it's well-tested on numerous other platforms, it's entirely possible that I, in my Android port, will feed it garbage and cause a crash in native code, so I want the crash dumps (both native and Java) that currently show up in the Android log (I guess it would be stderr in a non-Android situation). I'm free to modify both C and Java code arbitrarily, although the callbacks (both going in and coming out of JNI) number about 40 and obviously, bonus points for small diffs.
I've heard of the signal chaining library in J2SE, libjsig.so, and if I could safely install a signal handler like that on Android, that would solve the catching part of my question, but I see no such library for Android/Dalvik.
I tried using the MapActivity as given in the following link. http://developer.android.com/guide/tutorials/views/hello-mapview.HTML I get the error in LogCat : DalvikVm: unable to open stack trace file android '/data/anr/traces.txt' Permission Denied. May I know why this happens. However, after making some changes in the code as shown below, I get the map view perfectly.code...
I'm currently working on an android app that pulls a list of forums from a JSON feed. I'm trying to parse the feed and immediately upon calling getJSONArray a JSON exception is being thrown with no stack trace. The JSON being returned is stored in an JSONObject jobj with the format as follows: However when running the following code, I get an immediate exception without a stack trace: Code...
Sometimes in LogCat I'll see Wrote stack trace to '/data/anr/traces.txt'
But when using the DDMS perspective, "File Explorer" View, I can't see anything in the "data" directory, I'm assuming because permission denied. Is there a way (short of rooting my ion device) to read what's in that text file?
Is there perhaps an android app for developers that will show the contents of the file? It would seem there would have to be some way of reading the file without rooting the device, otherwise why does the o.s. write it out? How can I read this file?
Got a trace like this: java.lang.StackOverflowError at android.widget.TextView.onMeasure(TextView.java:5160) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.widget.TableRow.getColumnsWidths(TableRow.java:308) at android.widget.TableLayout.findLargestCells(TableLayout.java:497) at android.widget.TableLayout.measureVertical(TableLayout.java:462) at android.widget.TableLayout.onMeasure(TableLayout.java:428) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.view.ViewGroup.measureChildWithMargins(ViewGroup.java:3140) at android.widget.LinearLayout.measureChildBeforeLayout(LinearLayout.java:1012) at android.widget.LinearLayout.measureVertical(LinearLayout.java:381) at android.widget.LinearLayout.onMeasure(LinearLayout.java:304) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.view.ViewGroup.measureChildWithMargins(ViewGroup.java:3140) at android.widget.LinearLayout.measureChildBeforeLayout(LinearLayout.java:1012) at android.widget.LinearLayout.measureHorizontal(LinearLayout.java:696) at android.widget.LinearLayout.onMeasure(LinearLayout.java:306) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.widget.ListView.measureScrapChild(ListView.java:1135) at android.widget.ListView.measureHeightOfChildren(ListView.java:1200) at android.widget.ListView.onMeasure(ListView.java:1109) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.view.ViewGroup.measureChildWithMargins(ViewGroup.java:3140) at android.widget.LinearLayout.measureChildBeforeLayout(LinearLayout.java:1012) at android.widget.LinearLayout.measureVertical(LinearLayout.java:381) at android.widget.LinearLayout.onMeasure(LinearLayout.java:304) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.view.ViewGroup.measureChildWithMargins(ViewGroup.java:3140) at android.widget.FrameLayout.onMeasure(FrameLayout.java:245) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.widget.LinearLayout.measureVertical(LinearLayout.java:526) at android.widget.LinearLayout.onMeasure(LinearLayout.java:304) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.view.ViewGroup.measureChildWithMargins(ViewGroup.java:3140) at android.widget.FrameLayout.onMeasure(FrameLayout.java:245) at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8172) at android.view.ViewRoot.performTraversals(ViewRoot.java:805) at android.view.ViewRoot.handleMessage(ViewRoot.java:1744) at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Handler.java:99) at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.java:144) at android.app.ActivityThread.main(ActivityThread.java:4937) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invokeNative(Native Method) at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:521) at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit$MethodAndArgsCaller.run(ZygoteInit.java:868) at com.android.internal.os.ZygoteInit.main(ZygoteInit.java:626) at dalvik.system.NativeStart.main(Native Method) Is there anything that can be done here? I'm getting reports of blank screens and force closes.
Is there a way to achieve the following in Android?
1. generate a Java stack trace in Android. In J2SE, we use to use something like this - send a signal to the Java Virtual Machine; the Java Virtual Machine generates a stack trace for you; or we can also use debugging tools or Java API calls.
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Here my application "com.android.hello" calls a core library "libvt.so" through JNI call. There is a segmentation fault in "libvt.so". When executed I get the following log What I see is some Hex value followed by a library name. #00 pc afe0d24c /system/lib/libc.so
Also there is a Stack section 01-01 00:02:57.800: INFO/DEBUG(1600): stack: 01-01 00:02:57.800: INFO/DEBUG(1600):bef2e570 bef2e604 [stack] 01-01 00:02:57.810: INFO/DEBUG(1600):bef2e574 afe0a333 /system/ lib/libc.so
This too gives similar information. I am looking for little more informations rather than Hex values. Like the backtrace feature where the stack hex values is mapped to the function names and function names are visible.
Please provide information how to see the function names in stack rather than Hex values. Is ther any compiler options needs to be updated? Any makefile to be updated to enable backtrace?
Here you go! Ripped straight from my article: How To: Remove AT&T From Captivate.
Instructions; WARNING: I am not responsible for any bricked, messed up, ruined devices. You modify your phone at your own risk. These processes are not necessarily safe for your Samsung Captivate or any other device.
Root the Samsung Captivate
First things first. You'll need to root your device to continue with many of the modifications listed below. For our How to Root the Samsung Captivate¯ guide, click here. Its very very easy. Even a total noobie can do it! If you have questions, post a comment and well get back to you A.S.A.P. Look below if you get the idea, check out our How to Root the Samsung Captivate¯ guide if you donte. Download Update.zip Plug in your Captivate to your computer. When the phone notifies you that the USB has been plugged in, scroll down your notifications bar and click on USB connected: Select to copy files to/from your computer.¯ Click Mount¯ Now, you'll probably see a popup telling you a new USB drive has been inserted, open it up on your computer. In Windows, click Open folder to view files.¯ Drag Update.zip into the Captivate USB drive (on the top level do not navigate into folders) Turn off the Captivate (Power Off) Hold down the Volume Up/Down rocker and the power button until you see some action. Your phone is now booting into recovery. Use the volume down button to scroll down to Reinstall package Click the power button to select that option
Enable App Sideloading, AT&T has some weird reservations against app sideloading. That means, AT&T Android users can not use any apps not downloaded on the Android Market. Have no fear! You can remove this restriction easily. Check below for the basic instructions, or click to go to our Enable Captivate App Sideloading¯ guide. Code...
I tried some keyboards but didn't find the right one.
I'm looking for a keyboard that shows a 3x3 layout in portrait mode. Like the Samsung keyboard. But it should also support t9 trace aka swype. Or is it possible to activate this in the Samsung keyboard?
I have an app that when someone downloads it from the Play Store, recognizes the phone and connects to a server (Internet is needed) so every time I open it I have all my data and my "app activity" shown there. So, here's the thing: I want to sell the phone to a friend of mine, but I don't want (neither does he) to reset to factory because he wants a large amount of the apps I have already installed and it is part of the price.
So, I ask you: Is there a way to completely remove-uninstall an app and ALL of its data so that there is no way for the app to have MY data displayed, and basically the app is "reseted' to factory, so that my friend can use from scratch?
Do anyone have a file in the root directory of your SD card named search.trace? I have one that is about 8.5 megs. I took a look at it but it didn't look like the entries were specific to a particular app. Looks like some system log. Anyone know if there would be a problem deleting it?
Having seen so many people posting images of their home screens, I have come to the conclusion that I must be the only person to hardly use widgets! I have two - Calendar Pad (1x1) which shows me todays date and when I click it it takes me direct to my week view, and the Power Bar to turn off WiFi, GPS, etc. I've tried things like Face book, Twitter, News, etc, and just get frustrated as they don't really display enough. Maybe I've just not found the RIGHT widgets yet, but I fear I may be missing out on something!