I just purchased my Driod on Wednesday. I took it back today because it kept on freezing. They gave me a new one, but for the last 6 hours it has been "loading data, Please wait...". The Verizon store had no clue what was going on. It is in the task bar.
I just received a warranty exchange Samsung Vibrant, & I am currently in the process of putting all my apps onto it. I have the widget on my home screen. The widget seems to be working, but the "loading data please wait" message is still displayed in my notification drawer & the little circle of dots is still in the task bar up top.
I just opened up my media gallery and it keeps saying "Please wait" and no pictures load. Ive tried restarting the phone and if I quickly click on the icon I can see all my pictures for about 5 seconds and then it goes to "Please wait.."
The photos dont appear on Phone tools, however I can see them all on the memory card and chkdsk of the memory card shows no problems.
Is there any database file I need to delete to make the phone re-index the photos or something to solve the problem?
No worries, I solved the problem by deleting the most recently taken photo via USB. I presume it was somehow corrupted (even though it opened fine on the PC).
For my CS bachelors I am doing a Senior project using android and google maps.My vision was to do a (relatively) simple Dijkstra shortest path using google maps road data. I was going to add elevation change along with 2D distance. I am doing well playing with maps in android but I am completely stumped trying to access google maps data in any sort of searchable form.How would I go about accessing the data for say intersections of roads (lat/long) in a particular area?There has to be a way to pull that data in some sort of tree form. It seems like it may be possible with kml?Any pointers would be awesome.I want my paths to follow roads but If i cant this is going to turn into an orienteering application fairly fast.
to start with I've gone through the entire notepad tutorial, I'm a professional game programmer who has some extra time. (though most of my time has been in C++, I did take a year or two of Java classes in college, and remember some of it). I'm not sure the site is a good site to ask questions like this.. If someone has a Forum that might be a good place to ask these newbie questions, please feel free to point me in the direction. I've examined a few of the samples, and think I've a grasp of what I want to do. I've a three to four project plan for some Android releases to sharpen my skills, but since this is my first project and I have never really developed for a mobile phone or the android before, I'd like to make sure I have a solid plan.The first project is an example of the license plate game, however I want to do a few things to change it. Heck maybe when I'm done it'll become a bingo style game, with bluetooth connectivity, you never know. The base idea is I want to offer a list of states, with checkboxes next to them. so to do this, I'll be starting with a Linear List layout similar to the note pad example, and then have a row that is only a Checkbox. I can use text and call strike through if it's been checked off. Perhaps offer an option to not show them if they are checked.
But I want the list to be generated from a set of lists. Maybe all of America's states, maybe reasonable American states (no Hawaii, no Alaska) maybe a North American list, (add in Mexico and some Canadian provinces), a European list, who knows. I'd probably have to have a pop up window that lists all of the lists I suppose using a radiogroup of some sort. So then as far as the data, after weighing options I think best solution is to make a database with two fields, "checked" and "name".I figure I can use the menu for most of the user interaction (aside from clicking on stuff we want to check off) with maybe a few context menu items, I understand how to make all of those already so I should be good. The question I have is what is the best way to populate the lists? Should I create raw data, and have different files for all the lists? Or is there some other way to do this? I've seen this done on the searchable dictionary, but I'd like to hear what people who have actually generated the data like this before. In addition is there an easy way to look at the sql database these applications create, or do you have to run searches on them and output the data? Finally any other suggestion or advice? I definitely want to try to get something like this on the market so I can see the full life cycle and see if anyone actually likes it. (luckily there's not a plethora of them already) but I also want a few people to look over my code if they're willing when I'm done to make sure I've done this right or at least not missing any basic mistakes.
I just rooted using the One Click method posted above. All went well up to where I rebooted after installing my KaosFroyo v27 I think. My phone is now stuck with a shiny Android logo, flashing over and over. It's been like this for about fifteen minutes now.
I've had a problem off and on with Appbrain getting stuck on "Loading" when I choose an application to update or download. After doing some Googling, I came across the suggestion that Google Talk needed to be running. I have been using Startup Auditor to keep Google Talk from running at all. I modified Startup Auditor to let Talk run and now I no longer have any problems with Appbrain.
i cleaned out the cache and everything and i had installed velocity .1, .2 and .3 in the past and i was trying out raptor .1 and everytime i try different roms it will loop over the loading screen.. and it says that its a error mounting the sd card.. it cant mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p2
I just picked up a new 32 GB micro SD card for my infuse and at first I had trouble getting anything to read it, but it turned out to be something with the directories (specifically my mp3 player).
But now half of my apps won't get past the "loading" status and I imagine it's because some of the data is on the old SD card. They do load just fine when I have that in. I tried copying everything over to the new card, then tried formatting the card and copying everything over again and no luck. If I re-download one of those apps, it seems to keep my settings. I wouldn't mind re-downloading them all except that I can't even see the names of the apps on the home screen (just says loading) and I can't remember everything.
i have a samsung galaxy S1 with cyanogenmod, and i don't know what happened but when i turn on the phone it just stay on the loading screen, something like this : just a black screen with that little loading icon in it (without animation) i tried running both recovery and downloading mode (V+/v-,menu,Power) but nothing works too, and there is another strange behavior, sometimes, it show me the "Downloading.... do not turn off target !!! " message, when it is in that screen, the pc does recognies the samsung driver but i have no access to it, and Odin doesn't find the device
I got a Kyocera Hydro for Boost. Anyway, the phone worked marvelously- until my power button got stuck. Mailed in to Kyocera, just got a replacement in the mail a few days ago.
Ever since, my apps will only work on WiFi. Occasionally, they will sort of function on my 3G connection, but even at full reception, I'm getting super slow loading with FB, Netflix 90% of the time will never load or go to a black screen, Pandora won't do anything, etc. I'm still able to check my email and do Google searches. Actually, now that I think of it, I've only tried to use my FB app on Wifi, I'm not actually sure the rest work on it. Will have to test later.
I have not a clue why suddenly I can't use my apps. I even checked my data usage, but if I'm reading it right, I haven't even used 1gb of data, and Boost kind of slows you down after I thing 2GB, if I recall.
ETA: I can't even get the stinking Play Store to load, and IF it does, when I try to select anything, THEN it won't load.
Looking for working root for BlueStacks 7.18.921 ?? I found few online but when I copied files it didn't work it always stuck on loading screen and nothing happens... So is there any possible way to get android system upgraded to 4.3 on BlueStacks?
I just used the xda thread... [TUTORIAL] IDIOT-PROOF Root Guide! NAND Unlock and ADB Update!! - xda-developers to root and flash my stock Rom. I followed it word for word all the way through step 34, it is stuck going through the sprint / 4g splash page it will not turn off I am afraif to do a battery pull casue I do not want it bricked my phone is great ver3 release day order.
I've entered all of the correct info to connect to my corporate exchange server, but immediately after setting up the account (and on all subsequent attempts to get into that email account), the "Loading..." screen appears with a spinning wheel and never goes away.
End result is that I cannot receive any email from that account nor can I pull down my contacts.
Today I tried to restore my phone back to stock ROM and as I was trying to get into recovery mode and complete a nand restore but it wouldn't let me get in. It would just reboot me back into bootloader. I tried updating my superboot and recovery image to 1.7 and it's just stuck at the loading screen now. Is there anyway to restore it?
The app is stuck on loading screen, despite restarts, clearing cache, etc. It won't load on my Nexus 5 (wifi or cellular data) or my NVIDIA Shield. Other apps that require internet seem to be working fine on both devices. This has been ongoing for at least a couple hours now.
It seems after only a fortnight or so from getting my new Desire (unlocked and unrooted) I've already run into a problem I can't seem to fix. I was running a game (I believe it was Asphalt HD) while on the charger when my screen went completely black and I found myself at the boot screen. It finished booting but then got stuck on a frozen "loading" screen. I restarted it and it worked fine, I assumed it was the app and tried another one. About ten minutes in I got another black screen and the phone started booting again. Only this time it would do the animated logo, then crash and try to reboot again, over and over until I pulled the battery. Only now it wont boot at all, it will simply sit on the initial HTC boot screen indefinitely. It won't turn off the screen or anything, just sit there in a frozen state.
So far I've tried removing the SD and even SIM cards, leaving it off to charge the battery, doing a factory reset from the boot screen, etc. But every single time, whether I turn it on normally or use the bootloader, all I get is the single "switched on" vibration and the HTC screen, and it just freezes there. I already spent quite a while waiting for this phone to arrive, I REALLY don't want to send it back to the store because it was bought through an importer and I'm worried it will take a very long time for any repairs/replacements. I will if I'm forced to but I would much rather find more methods I could try.
I just tried a stupid approach and it crashed my app... Basically I have an activity that has three tabs (containing three activities). Each of the tabs gets its input from an xml file downloaded off the net. Everything is fine but when I start my app, it has download the xml file and there's a "wait" time for this.I managed to get around this by adding a splash screen. It looks beautiful but the problem is when I click on the second tab, it still has to get the list off the net, so it looks ugly now... It waits before displaying the list. So what I did was design an AsyncTask that just downloads the xml file. In my main activity, I spawn two tasks initially and send the URL and Intent as parameters. And inside the activities that start inside the tabs, I use a wait(). Inside the AsyncTask, after it is done with the download, I notify the Intent using notify(). This crashed! Of course, I didn't expect it to work but just wanted to try :) Writing it so that I can either get a feedback as to why this failed or to prevent others from wasting their time on this...Now, I am sure many face the problem of a "wait" time inside the tabs. How do I solve this? I am thinking of either dimming the screen and then displaying a series of toasts or display a progress indicator inside the tabs or pre-fetching the xml files... I don't have a clue on how these can be achieved.
I have a message application so that on view 1 is displayed a list of messages and when you go to view 2 (subactivity) you can send a message. I want the program to work so that when you hit the android back button, you can go back to view 1 and see the list of messages including the new message. Right now only the old data is displayed, and I noticed that displayContent() is not called when going back which I assumed it would. Is there any way to specify that when the back button is hit, to call displayContent() again on the previous activity?
My application needs to load and process some data at the startup which delays the displaying of the GUI quite a bit. I addressed that problem by starting a new thread to load and process the data. It solves the problem nicely, but is there a better way to do asynchronous processing in Android applications that I missed?
I have got an htc hero device and would like to install my apk on it. It successfully installs my apk but without the database it is using. My database is populated prior to running the application, so it runs ok on the emulator. But I couldn't load my data on the real device and the apk is displaying forse close error. How to load my data on the data folder of the device including every detailed steps?