I created a simple client socket from my Activity, but it fails. I am running this activity in emulator and server runs on PC(its a different application without Android stuff).
*clientSock = new Socket("127.0.0.1", 30001);*
logcat shows java.net.SocketException: permission denied <maybe missing INTERNET permission>
If I enable permission for my Activity(android.permission.INTERNET), my Activity constructor itself not called and logcat shows following info. Permission Denial: starting Intent < flg=0x10000000 cmp=com.example.client/.MyClientActivity > from null <pid=-1, uid=-1> requires android.permission.INTERNET.
I am working on an app that uses a Socket to connect to a controller over TCP. The protocol library was written in Java and I am implementing it in android via a Service. where the Connection class is a Thread that handles the communications with the controller. It's where the Socket lives.I'm using the Preferences mechanism to store the IP and Port. If I feed the Socket the correct IP and Port, the Connection Service works beautifully. However, I am trying to simulate a user entering the wrong information and having the connection fail. The ultimate goal is to present a dialog and offer the ability to "reconnect" or "update settings". However, when I enter a wrong Port number, the application simply hangs.I was under the impression that Threads executed concurrently so I've tried moving the call to start the Connection Service to a Thread, but it still hangs the application.
We have a simple client server architecture between our mobile device and our server both written in Java. An extremely simple ServerSocket and Socket implementation. However one problem is that when the client terminates abruptly (without closing the socket properly) the server does not know that it is disconnected. Furthermore, the server can continue to write to this socket without getting any exceptions. Why? According to documentation Java sockets should throw exceptions if you try to write to a socket that is not reachable on the other end!
Essentially Im trying to get many many java clients connect to a socket on my ColdFusion server (Using the Socket Gateway). However before i even start to code this, Im a little confused about sockets and their performance. First of all, are sockets meant for many(1000+) clients connecting to one socket (say port 2202) on one server? How is the performance if all there waiting for is basically a ping, or something such that when these clients receive this "ping" they can go get some new data.
In my android application i am trying to run a application using GPRS connection and not WIFI.When tried to run in wifi the app runs fine.The browser works fine with the APN settings set but when trying to connect to server using my application it gives me socket exception.I am using the below permissions in manifest file. <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET"></uses-permission> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE" /> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE"></uses-permission> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE"></uses- permission> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.CHANGE_WIFI_STATE"></uses-permission> <uses-permission android:name= "android.permission.CHANGE_NETWORK_STATE"></uses-permission> <uses-permission android:name= "android.permission.WRITE_APN_SETTINGS" ></uses-permission> <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE" ></uses-permission> I am receiving Socket not connected exception.Is there any other permission which i need to add for using GPRS connection other than WIFI. 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ASException: Problem executing HTTP POST
10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ActiveSyncMgr.sendRequest(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ActiveSyncMgr.sendXMLCommandNoProvisoning(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ActiveSyncMgr.sendXMLCommand0(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ActiveSyncMgr.sendXMLCommand(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ActiveSyncMgr.sendFolderSyncCommand(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ProviderAPI.sendFolderSync(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ProviderAPI.updateMapFromFolderSync(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.service.email.protocol.activesync.ProviderAPI.updateFromFolderSync(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.calendar.sync.activesync.SyncService.syncAccount(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.calendar.sync.activesync.SyncService$QueueEntry.run(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at java.util.concurrent.Executors$RunnableAdapter.call(Executors.java:416) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask$Sync.innerRun(FutureTask.java:256) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask.run(FutureTask.java:122) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.runTask(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:648) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:673) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:1058) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at com.motorola.blur.util.concurrent.BlurThreadFactory$BlurPooledThread.run(Unknown Source) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): Caused by: java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Socket is not connected 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.harmony.luni.platform.OSNetworkSystem.connectStreamWithTimeoutSocketImpl(Native Method)
10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.harmony.luni.platform.OSNetworkSystem.connectStreamWithTimeoutSocket(OSNetworkSystem.java:140) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.harmony.luni.net.PlainSocketImpl.connect(PlainSocketImpl.java:229) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.harmony.luni.net.PlainSocketImpl.connect(PlainSocketImpl.java:521) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at java.net.Socket.connect(Socket.java:1019) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.conn.ssl.SSLSocketFactory.connectSocket(SSLSocketFactory.java:317) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.impl.conn.DefaultClientConnectionOperator.openConnection(DefaultClientConnectionOperator.java:129) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.impl.conn.AbstractPoolEntry.open(AbstractPoolEntry.java:164) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.impl.conn.AbstractPooledConnAdapter.open(AbstractPooledConnAdapter.java:119) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.impl.client.DefaultRequestDirector.execute(DefaultRequestDirector.java:348) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.impl.client.AbstractHttpClient.execute(AbstractHttpClient.java:555) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.impl.client.AbstractHttpClient.execute(AbstractHttpClient.java:487) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): at org.apache.http.impl.client.AbstractHttpClient.execute(AbstractHttpClient.java:465) 10-27 18:26:19.689: WARN/CalSyncSvc(166): ... 17 more
I have an Android application with a main activity that is the tabhost. I'm adding multiple tabs to the tabhost with an intent to several activities.
My problem is that these activities are not created (onCreate is not called) until I click on the tab. This is a problem because I need to register broadcastreceivers: there may be broadcasts that are sent -before- a particular tab is opened.
I tried to work around this by:
Setting my receivers as static and registering from somewhere else. This is not possible because I need to call into methods.
Calling into tabHost.setCurrentTabByTag(the_tag) and then switching back to my root tab. This only works sometimes and this is a very ugly solution imo.
Not using activities but just using views instead. Also not a very elegant solution because it turns my tabHost activity into one huge master class doing all kinds of unrelated things.
A question that might be a bit general/basic knowledge, but for me it has a quite direct background, so i'll form it as an example:
I have an activity "entry" showing something equivalent of a blogpost, that might have comments. You can click somewhere to open a "comments" activity. But in this activity there are links back to entries, creating a nice line of activities.
If I call the "entry" activity (with an intent) on a link to show this entry, am I re-using the old activity, or am I creating an endless string of entry, comment, entry, comment activities (pretty cost- ineffective that would be).
I have a TabActivity. Within this activity (in the onCreate method) I create a TabHost and a TabSpec and do a tabSpectSearch.setContent(intenSearch); The Indent is created using intentSearch = new Intent().setClass(this, MyActivity.class);
As far as I already found out the class MyActivity is instantiated when I select the tab, to which it is connected. Is there a way from my TabActivity to force the creation of all activities (all tabs) at once?
I use the following code to create a folder "mymir" and a file ".nomedia" (in the mymir-folder) on the sdcard of an android unit. However, somehow it fails with the exception that the folder the ".nomedia"-file is to be placed in dosn't exist.
How do most of you wise developers create a YouTube video for your Android Apps, if at all.?
Hire some teenagers to do something creative and viral? Use a tool to capture the screen as a video and then add caption and voiceover later? Set up a home camcorder on a mini tripod, aimed at your Android handset on the table top? Don't bother with the video since it's too much trouble?
I was wondering if it is possible to start a ListActivity and in real time decide how far down the list it should be focused on. (Example: When the activity is started it checks for certain conditions and then it may scroll down to a row partially through the list.)
Is there a simple way to change the contents of a dialog box in Android without having to re-create the dialog box? I know that Activity.onCreateDialog() is only called once when the dialog first needs to be created, and this is where you initially set the dialog's contents. I need to change the dialog's contents later, so I'm wondering what is the proper way to do this.
I'm a programmer looking to play in the mobile world. The application I'd like to play with would support my musical hobbies. I suspect a mobile phone with a music player could easily be programmed to support a classical musicians practice sessions. Access to media player APIs without the need to open external apps or do clunky things with files.Adequate access to playback API to create specific notes and beat patterns. As a hobby application, this should not require expensive tooling.I can switch to a new phone to use the application. Bonus points for something that easily ports to a netbook.I will admit I new to the world of sexy phones. I currently use an obsolete voice device with text messaging. I won't revealing my current flavor of programming because learning a new platform is just fine.
I have an activity (called Sender) with the most basic UI, only a button that sends a message when clicked.This works ok, the message is sent but every time a message is sent a new instance of Sender is started on top of the other. If I call sendSMS method three times, three new instances are started. I'm quite new to android so I need some help with this, I only want the same Sender to be on all the time
Say my app has a widget and I use a configuration screen to do initial app widget setup and set a few preferences.
I want the user to be able to change those settings by simply going into my app's settings screen and clicking an intent preference to open up the same options the user was given when the app was created.
Can I use the same activity as the configuration activity? Will I have to handle it differently? How does the existing widget get updated with the new settings?
I trying to understand how a new process is being created based on AndroidManifest.xml, also looking for the possibility of creating/ forking a new Java process/new DVM instance at runtime.
I could find that using Runtime.exec one can issue system commands or launch native applications, but this is not what I am looking for, I am looking for creating an equivalent java process just as the parent java process.
Can I launch an installed android application at runtime from another android application? Whats the way for doing this?
I added an intent filter to one of my activities, so that when a user clicks a URL like "www.mysite.com", and if my app is installed, my registered activity can be launched. It works well.
I see that this creates a new instance of my registered activity though, every time a link is clicked. Is there any way to prevent multiple instances from being created - just recycle an existing instance if one already exists?
My mum won this GT-P7320T branded to telstra ( Australia) and overall, the hardware specs werent too bad, but before the ics update came out finally in january it was terribe to use.
The update has actually been a massive improvement, but being branded and all that junk is as annoying as hell, so i have decided to build my own rom. this is my first time building a rom. ive flashed plenty, but its a different kettle of fish.
i am using the telstra branded stock ics rom with rom kitchen to try to build something acceptable, but first things first, the compiled rom must boot. because the device isnt supported i have to create i file in the /directory_to_kitchen/tools/edify_defs named GT-P7320T defining all the mount points.
this is where it gets tricky, here is the contents of the /directory_to_kitchen/tools/edify_defs named GT-P7320T that i have created
# # The values below should be set in each file in this folder. # # Each file represents a device name (set in ro.product.device of
as you can see, i have copied and pasted the contets of my recovery.fstab and commented it out as a reference. this should be quite straight foward, but the mount points for data and sdcard hve additional parameters, which i dont know what to do with.
the parameters are currently commented out and i cannot get it to flash i've tried lots of different combinations but to no avail.
During flashing attempts it is giving me error 7, which to me seems to indicate a problem with setting the mount points.
When i power on the tablet it shows the android boot up logo and then the company logo "ORKIA OK-PP555" and then the screen goes bluish(back light remains on" and then it stays like that for ever.
Inside there is Allwinner A10 Chip. So I searched & downloaded various firmwares for A10 and Flashed it. The Device got all OK with Two of the firmwares but touchscreen is Working ODD or can say not working properly. In One of the firmware Touchscreen is working invertly (i.e. if touched on left opens function icon appearing on right, if touched on top --> open function icon appearing at botton and so on . . )
How to Correct it ?? How to make touchscreen working properly? Or If having Its True/Correct Firmware.
i search a tool to develop/create mock ups for android. The only things i find are psd files (http://www. matcheck.cz /androidguipsd/ and http://chrisbrummel.com/google-android-gui-psd - not all widgets) and this tool: http://www.balsamiq.com/products/mockups. But this tool isn't only for android and so the look of the elements isn't equal to the android widgets (button, menu/list item etc.). If someone knows a tool, please let me know.
I am connecting to a server on my network written in C#. The data sent from the android device is received by the server and a reply is succesfully sent but the android code timesout and never gets the return data.I have tested that the C# server can communicate and reply with a C# client.
I have studied the network traffic using Wireshark when using both the C# server-android client and C# server-C# client and it appears that the android device acknowledges(ACK) the reply data but my code never recieves it.
I have the code running in a thread so running it on Android 4.0 doesn't error out but I have tried running it on Android 2.2 with exactly the same behaviour(or lack of it). Also I have run it on 2 different android devices.
Im here because of my problem with SGA 2.Few days ago I bought ACE 2 and I found few problems with "external_sd".So the problems are
1. When I try to create folder it gives me error "Creation failed"
2. When trying to move folder from internal memory to external sd it gives me error like "Moving failed", while copying goes fine.
3. I can move/copy any file to sd card, but sometimes those files got corrupted, gives me error about memory when trying to open pictures, same problem when saved camera saved photo to sd card. Even getting error when trying to play video.
APK files got corrupted too.
4. When I have moved apps to sd card some while apps work great, but after some time cant launch apps because it gives me error about that app doesnt exist.
I tried formatting sd card with pc and android.
Repartition to same firmware with Odin.
Wipe cache, wipe data.
I dunno what causes those error, bugs, glitches. Is it phone or android sytem?
Tried many sd card and always got same errors. But when I mounted mine sd card to another phone it worked perfect.
I am trying to use httpclient to hit a http link. For some reason I keep on geting this "socket is not connected" error. I am not sure about the reason for this error. Can any one help? This error also occurs when I start using the car navigation app or whenever I try to forward calls.
I have a java server which run on the pc, and a client which run on the G1. Now, G1 is connected to the pc with a usb cable. I want to use socket to let them communicate with each other, as what I did in the emulator. But now G1 cannot find the server through the ip "10.0.2.2".InetAddress serverAddr = InetAddress.getByName ("10.0.2.2"); ClientSocket = new Socket(serverAddr,SERVERPORT); The ClientSocket is null. What's the IP of the pc now?
I am running the CTS on the Arm based phone. When I tried to run the Network related test cases.I am getting the above error in the "android.core.tests.luni.net" test package and due to this error around 179 test cases are getting failed.Please help me out.Is there any environment setting issue in the setting up the target.I have connected the target with the USB to my Fedora system. additionally target have the 3G Sim connected with It.
I have developed a small application on eclipse (SDK 1.5r1). When I run the project it worked fine. Then I exported the signed application. (Lunar.apk) Then I sent the Lunar.apk file to my friend to install on his machine. when he try to install it manually on the emulator the cmd prompt says
I have a similar problem to this question, but slightly different. I have compiled a .so library to use with JNI. Because it is large (15 MB), I am putting it on the SDCard instead of in the standard application place.
The file is called libSample.so and it's located at /data/library/libSample.so
I load it in a static initialization block:
Here's the relevant logcat output:
I read the post about can android load dll's from sdcard in native mode which said that the sdcard cannot be used to load libraries, so I moved the .so into /data/data/com.example.hellojni/lib/libSample.so (the private app data storage location). No change:
What I don't understand is that clearly the library exists, and the OS is trying to load it ... so what would make it fail?
Following the advice of one of the commentors, I tried attaching via strace to get more detailed error information. The log can be found as a github gist.