Is there a way to locate all the fonts installed on Android?
I have several fonts through an app 'Go Launcher Fonts'. It is no problem setting those fonts for Go SMS or Go Launcher, or for other apps that can scan the system for fonts.I want to put the fonts for another app to use, that apparently cannot scan for fonts.I can't find them. The ones installed through 'Go Launcher Fonts' is not in /system/fonts, and I can't find any of the fonts names via Astro. Is there a font collector app of some sort that can scan through all the fonts and tell you where they are? My phone is not rooted, running a standard HTC Desire HD / Android 2.3.
I have a webpage that uses "Courier New" and "Source Code Pro" monospaced fonts. Unfortunately, simply copying these two truetype fonts to my /System/Fonts directory and rebooting isn't enough to fix the problem.
I need Android-specific html code in order for my webpage to be displayed properly on my Android web browser. If I'm right, I'm hoping the android-specific code wouldn't affect Windows desktop web browser viewing.
Below is my best attempt to make this work. But, my Android just laughed at me.
I'm having problems viewing youtube videos from the installed app. It starts by putting the loading video screen and then after a short while I just get a dialogue box with 'Sorry this video cannot be played. there was a problem while playing' I am connected via 3g and have 4 bars on my signal (no wifi).
Im using IMAP. What happens is I scroll down and open say the 20th email on the list. When Im finished reading the email, I click the back button. It automatically defaults to the very top of the mail list - forcing me to scroll back down to read the 19th email and work my way back up. In other words it doesnt take me back to where I had just scrolled.
I'm having an issue with my wifi not connecting. I have to AP's in my house, on different channels. They work perfectly fine. I have the wifi toggle setting on the home screen that I usually press to toggle the wifi on/off. Recently, it hasn't been working after I disconnect from 3G and connect to wifi. It says the wifi is turned on, but it won't connect to either of the remembered APs. The only way to get it to automatically connect is to go to settings and view the list of APs. Only then will it connect to one of the two APs. This is really annoying, as it seemed to only start this recently and nothing has changed. My wifi sleep policy is never to turn off. It's a droid eris with 2.1 OTA. Ran a virus scan, nothing. Any ideas?
Recently, I had to factory reset my Droid X running Froyo. I had downloaded some nice apps. But, when I restored my data, my apps were gone. Is there a list my downloaded apps stored someplace? Perhaps I missed a setting to do this.
My first application will just be a kind of launcher that I would like to improve. This launcher will launch a custom Home that the user has installed. That's like the application "Home Switcher, but I would like to do that myself.
So my first goal is to get all "Home" applications list: that's really easy and the code is there:
Now I would like to do that in a listview. My first problem is to get the Icon: I failed, but that's not my main problem ( if you can help me I would be happy)
I succeed to make a listview with all the names of the installed Home:
And now when I click on a home, I would like to lauch the Home, so what I did is:
So, there is a box that that appear and ask me:
Complete action using: LauncherPro - or Sense - or ADW Wallaper Gallery
I think I am close to what I would like to do. what I miss or give me an example of a Launcher that would be a few linecode.
I'm trying to read the available home screen widgets list.
I can populate a grid using the available applications list using
And than iterating through each ResolveInfo. How can I do the same with available Home screen widgets? I'd like to populate a grid with the same list that appears keep touching the screen and choosing 'widget' from the appearing popup.
I'm trying to display a list of all the Input Methods that are currently installed on the phone.Does anybody know how to accomplish this? I don't care how I have to do it, I just need to be able to produce a list of Input Methods as they appear in the phone's Language and Keyboards menu and then store the user's selection. I thought maybe I could just use the InputMethodManager to launch the standard Input Method selection menu and then see which one the user picked by looking at which IME is currently selected after the menu closes, but as far as I can tell there's no way to see which IME is currently selected in the system.
Does anyone know of a way to dump a complete list of apps installed on an Android 2.1 device?I am always asked what apps I have installed and it would be great to have a utility that creates an email or text file that lists out all installed applications.
Is there any way to generate a list of all the apps installed on your phone that I can save/print? I'd like to create the list in the even that I need to reset the phone at some point (and also 'cause I'm a bit OCD about backing all kinds of stuff up). I've reset my phone four times (due to returns for HW issues) and have never had the google backup process actually restore my apps for me (and yes, backup is turned on in Settings). So anyone know of an automated process or marketplace app to do this?
I am getting a warranty replacement for my Fascinate today. Anyway, my contacts and images are easily backed up and synced with gmail. Is there an easy way to export a list of all the free Apps I have installed so I can print them out? Too lazy to write them all down but will if I have too. ;<) Also, not quite as important to me but is there an easy to export all the text messages and import them into the replacement phone?
I am interested in displaying web pages with more than the 3 installed fonts. I tried the demo of installing fonts as assets and changing the typeface, but I am not sure if it applies to a Webview. I was able to modify the sdk and install more fonts in frameworks/base/ data/fonts. I can see those additional files when using the shell in / system/fonts. However, the fonts were not used in the internal web browser.
I have already read some articles and searched on google.but i am failed to do it.My problem is regarding the font-face.In android, there are only 4 attributes in "android:typeface".which are Normal,Sans, Serif, Monospace.so what i have to do to use "Verdana" in my application ? please suggest me a correct way to use this font in my android application.