Android :: Does Google Provides Any Paid Support For Developer?

Jul 25, 2009

I would like to know that does google provides any paid support for android developer so that developer can progress fast and they have to do less searching.

Android :: does google provides any paid support for developer?


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Android :: Which Phone Has Best Developer Support

Aug 10, 2010

I've had my Moto Droid since just after the release and since rooting and ROMing in January, I'm really becoming more obsessed. Cyanogen has had a huge affect (for the better!) on my Android experience. Just curious what phone you guys think has the biggest developer community. (I'm obviously going with DROID ). I'd love to also hear the opinions of those with multiple Android phone experiences.

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Android :: Paid Technical Support Program For Developers?

Apr 6, 2009

I develop Android appliations for a living.As always, we have a very short time to get a finished product out the door and we're relying on the Android to be one of our flagship phones.I've got no time for "phone exploration" or hobbying around. I need technical information, and IN PARTICULAR, information about the hard problems.The easy problems that everyone writes about is not helpful for what I need. I want to be able to pick up the phone and call someone on the Google development team to get some quick answers and information that's not found in the documentation, (which by the way has more holes in it than the moon has craters). And, I'm willing to pay for the kind of support I need. I can even visit Google peeps at the development lab in Kirkland.I can make the case to my boss for paying for this kind of live support, but I can't make the case that "I just can't do stuff" on the Android. What I need has GOT to be done and quick.And I need quick technical information.

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Android :: Which Android Firmware Versions Should Developer Try To Support?

Mar 1, 2010

I am working on an Android application that I would like to work on a reasonable number of devices. Currently my application works on 1.6 and greater, but uses some API function calls not supported in 1.5. How many devices on the market are restricted to 1.5? Is there a list of the latest firmware versions supported by all the available devices? I'm trying to see if it's worth my time to make my application work for 1.5, or if it won't really affect anyone.

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Android :: Google Developer Phone

Jan 8, 2010

Do I need google developer Phone to be an android developer? If I purchase a phone from Rogers with Android OS, is that ok for me to write applications and try it out?

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Android :: Google TV - Developer Device Seeding

May 20, 2010

I would be interested in any Developer Device Seeding program that Google has with regards to their TV.

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Android :: Corporate Google Developer Account

Apr 2, 2009

My company has a team of developers and testers working on product for Andriod phones. The normal developer account can only order a single ADP1. We would like to get a couple more of them. Is there a corporate developer account that would give us access to more of them? Or do we need to create multiple accounts, one for each phone?

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Android :: Google Support Number For Droid's Sent To Developers From Google?

Jun 23, 2010

A few months ago Google sent top market developers a feww phone (Droid or Nexus).I was one of them and received a Droid.I just now called in to activate the Droid on my Verizon account and was told that it is not activated.They said that the ESN number is tied to a business account and currently active.Verizon said the only thing I can do is to contact Google, who sent me the phone, and work it out with them.The paperwork with the phone came with no numbers or email addresses.I have tried calling the Nexus support line, they could not direct me anywhere. I have tried emailing the automated robots that sent me emails about the phone.Is there anyone at Google that I can contact that would be able to help with this?

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HTC Hero :: Phone / 3rd Part Developer ROMS Have New Google Navigation?

Dec 11, 2009

Does the Hero or any of the 3rd part developer ROMS have the new Google Navigation?

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Android :: Displaying Google Map On Phone Is Paid / Free?

Sep 8, 2010

On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 6:29 AM, cool.manish <mannishga...@gmail.com> wrote: > I get to know that displaying map in some other application is a paid > thing and we need to create a key using which we can get it. Is this true for Android application also?

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Android :: Request To Google And Releasing Paid App From Different Country

Nov 5, 2009

I am planning to release my app (which i have been pllanning to do so for quite a few time now, waiting for the expansion of google checkout to happen).I am from India and I am planning to release the application using my friends UK Bank account.Is this advisable? Are there any things that I should take care of?Also is there any chance of google expanding the google checkout or in introducing new payout options like paypal?I have been waiting for the support for quite sometime and I am very much depressed on the issue that google is still not expanding the services, ive sent numerous mails to them asking for atleast the estimated release date but in vain.

Its been nearly an yeaar since android is relmore than an year since android phones have been released and still there is such slow progress. iPhones allows developers from most of the countries to publish their apps and customers from any country can buy the same, i think they can even do it through itunes.I think this is going to hurt the progress and development of android big time. If apple can do it why not google? I have been expecting some response from google atleast on the estimated date, so that we can plan accordingly.

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Android :: Transferring Paid Applications To New Google Account?

Mar 21, 2010

Something happened that should've never happened and now I have to make a new google account and try to rebuild everything. Gmail, igoogle, voice, etc. I did some poking around, but it seems no one has ever asked about any way of transferring paid apps from one google account to another. Is this possible, or am I now $20+ in the hole on apps I can no longer use on top of everything else that has happened? For some reason, google flags things that the built-in search can't catch. Transfer Paid Apps to a New Phone?

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HTC EVO 4G :: Google Paid Apps

Aug 19, 2010

i just got my EVO the beginning of the month. I have no problem downloading free apps from the "market" however I can't seem to download apps that need to be paid for. The message says there's a server error. But this has been going on for weeks. Someone on the internet suggested to someone who has the same problem as I do to go to "Google Checkout" on the computer and that should do the trick. Well that hasn't worked for me either.

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Android :: How Google Account / Paid Applications Work With Multiple Devices?

Aug 8, 2010

Happy droid user on Nexus One. Thinking about playing around with one of those cheap android tablets. If I logon to that tablet with my google account, will it mess up my N1 and existing account/settings? Also what happens with my apps? can I download the ones I've paid for again (onto the new device)? etc.

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Android :: How Distribute Paid Application / When Paid Market Is Not Available?

Feb 22, 2010

this question is now obsolete, as Android Market includes much more countries and such services as PayPal Mobile Payments Library are available.I'd like to sell my Android application, but I live in Poland and in my country* Android Market supports only free apps (we cannot sell and we cannot buy too).What is the best way to sell application in such situation? I can accept PayPal money transfers, but I don't know how to distribute APK package without exposing it to getting pirated. Did someone tried it already and succeeded? you may be surprised, paid apps are supported only in 12 countries worldwide.

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Android :: Developer To Write An Image Application / Google Image Search API

Mar 29, 2009

Eldev LLC is looking for android developer familiar with google image search API to write a new application.

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General :: Move (paid) Apps To New Phone And New Google Account

Sep 28, 2012

How do one move (paid) apps to a new phone and new Google-account?

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Android :: Support For Google Listen

Sep 29, 2010

I'm a BIG fan of Google Listen, until one of their updates just started f**king up everything! I posted my concern on their discussion group (Discussions - listen-discuss | Google Groups), but I'm not sure that official channel is actually answering ANY questions. The replies are more users saying they have the same problem.

Can I get support (or answers) here or should I just stick to their discussion group?

Here are some of my concerns:
I can't fast forward or rewind anymore. If I try to move the timeline the podcast starts over.
A lot of the time I get an error along the line that it can't play the file. So; it no longer plays while streaming. I have to wait until I get a full download.
When I use my bluetooth headset to start/stop a song, it messes with the Music app. I can't disable this option without disabling it for Music.
I'm running their latest version (v1.1.3b) on my Motoroloa Droid FRG22D. I think I saw these issues when I had Android 2.1.

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Android :: Does Sprint Support Google Voice Voicemail

Jun 15, 2010

I can't get my EVO to use my google voice as my voicemail. I have everything set up correctly and have my voicemail assigned to google instead of sprint. When I try to activate my google on my phone by dialing the *28 and my number, it either gives my an error code or just rings. Does sprint allow google as your voicemail?

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Android :: When Will Google Supply The 64bit Support For Mac Platform?

Sep 8, 2009

Snow Leopard has been published for several weeks, Eclipse also provide an 64bit Cocoa version on 3.5, but the Android SDK still only support the 32bit mode on Mac, why? It's emulator also still use QuickDraw to draw interface, maybe Google has forgotten us.

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Android :: Google / Carriers / Manufacturer Relationships / Support

Jun 30, 2010

I'm about to dump ATT/IPhone for Sprint/Android (EVO), but one thing has been nagging me and I want to make sure I know my options before jumping (e.g. given these 2 yr contracts).My concern is with ongoing support for my phone after purchase, support in terms of receiving the latest/greatest updates to the Android platform (e.g. within hardware constraints). Who ultimately controls whether a phone gets a release (e.g. Carrier or Manufacturer)?It seems to me the best bet is to go with the Nexus One platform given that is under the control of Google and should be well supported in that respect. However, it seems like it is going to be a hassle and/or costly to go with Nexus One using Sprint. Is there anyway around paying full price for Nexus One and using Sprint as a carrier? Any chance Google has a deal with the carriers to subsidize phones?Plus, I would prefer not to have the blot (e.g. UI modifications, app replacements, etc) added to the phone by Carriers and/or Manufactures (e.g. prefer Android as perceived by Google). Wondering who has the control of UI modifications. Does the Carrier contract with the Manufacturer and have control over what is added and how it is supported (e.g. whether a phone gets a new Android release, etc)? Or does the Manufacturer have the control?And lastly, say I get the EVO and on down the line someone (Manufacturer or Carrier) decides no more updates for the EVO. It sounds like I should be able to root the phone and continue with updates. Without support from Carrier/Manufacturer of course, but is it against the Carriers rules to root a phone?
Also, when rooting a phone, I'm assuming you can not take a release straight from Google and install it. Rather, someone has to implement the release for the target hardware (e.g. build, add any necessary drivers, etc). Are there any gotchas in doing this? Who is the most reliable supplier of these builds? I know that is a pretty broad question and I'll plan on doing additional research in that areas, but if anybody can give me a nudge or share their experience, that would be great.

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General :: Why Doesn't Google Support Android Sites

Apr 17, 2013

There are a number of android file hosts such as goo.im, androidfilehost, and lets not forget XDA itself.

These sites are crucial for Android's success, as without them dev support would die. Yet these sites rely on user donations and frequently the site admins own pocket. I donate when I can because of the importance. But the amount they ask for is not much, it wouldn't even matter to Google, and they are the company who should be most concerned about Android.

Is it a conflict of interest thing?

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Android :: Google Platform For Robotics - Serial Connection Support

Oct 21, 2010

1) What Android-compatible hardware platforms (boards, like "beagle board") can you recommend for hobby robotics? Where can I see a list of Android-friendly boards with support of serial (or parallel) connections?

We are going to move our Java ME robotics project (http:// www.RoboHobby.com) to Android platform, but what hardware to choose?

2) What can you say about support of serial connection on Android- based phones? Does it work in reality? As I remember, in the Java ME world not all cell phones manufacturers supported serial connections on their J2ME implementations. For example serial connections were supported on some models of Siemens and Sony-Ericson, but they were not supported on Nokia and Sumsung, etc.

What is going on with serial connection support in the Android World? Is this supported in reality? On which cell phones?

3) Is it possible to use on Android devices (boards) not BlueTooth/USB conection, but wired connection, like RS232 "COM" port on PC?

I see funny wordplay - Android as a Google project and Android as a human-like robot. :-)

-- http://www.RoboHobby.com - Java Robotics, Code Examples. PICkit2 tutorials, J2ME mobile phone Java as a robot's brain, KAP (Kite Aerial Photography)

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Android :: Syncml Support - Syncing With Google Calendar Using The Various Programs Isnt Allowed

Apr 4, 2009

Will Android have syncml support?

Specifically some of us want to use our Android devices to talk to our company exchange/syncml servers.. Syncing with google calendar using the various programs isnt allowed..

Syncml works, just like symbian has it.

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HTC Incredible :: Lacking Support For Google Docs

Sep 8, 2010

Ok, so this is more of an Android thing than Inc, but the two things that I think are still sorely lacking are support for Google Docs, and some form of Google virtual drive (like DropBox). On the Docs front, I realize there's GDocs, but since Google Docs is a Google initiative, it'd be nice to have an official app. And on the storage front, it'd be great to have access to the same storage that I have with picasa, Gmail, and google docs, as a desktop accessible drive, with an android component.Anyone know of any solutions other than GDocs and DropBox to achieve these.

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General :: Google MUST Support External Storage

Oct 9, 2012

None of the Google Applications support external storage, Gmail 4.1.2 won't send documents attached from an external sd card, Play Movies & TV won't allow you to specify a external card as a storage location, pinned Google Drive documents can't be stored on an external card, Play Music sucks up internal memory. Try sending an attachment using Gmail from a Motorola Xoom, a "Google Experience Device".

How do we get Google to support this? Most other email applications support it, but as a Google Apps Enterprise user I want and expect the native Android email application to work.I use external storage on a Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy S3, Razr Maxx and Transformer Prime.

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General :: Google Play Books EPub Support?

Jun 29, 2012

Why does latest Google play books update say it has support for epubs but there is no way to side load them?

SPH-D710 using Tapatalk 2

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General :: Google Now In Jelly Bean - Language Support

Sep 1, 2012

Is it possible to use Google Now in English, without changing the phone language?

I know it works with other languages, but then it gives only search results and it doesn't 'talk back' like in English...

Also will Google Now support other languages to 'talk back' in the future?

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Motorola Droid X :: Google Calendars / No Support Schedules Added

Sep 2, 2010

From my computer, I can log into my Google calendar and not only does it have my personal calendar, but it also includes the weather, US Holidays, and various sports schedules that I have chosen. On my Droid X, I was able to add the weather & US Holidays to my calendar, but not the sports schedules.

Also, I previously had a BlackBerry, and anytime I would accept Facebook events from my BlackBerry, it would automatically add it to my calendar (which was synced with my Google calendar). I don't think my Droid X has this same feature.

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Motorola Droid :: Red Light Camera Layer For Use With Google Maps Support

Nov 23, 2009

Photo Enforced: Google Maps Layer Request this short article and spread the word if you would like to see Google support this layer.

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