I've installed AK Notepad on my old ROM and did a Nandroid. I have only one note in there which I'd like to extract. I have extracted the data.img and system.img on my PC and I can find the .apk, but I can't find that one note that was written in there. Is there a way to find it? Or maybe if I can't extract the note, can I copy the settings somewhere in my phone so the AK Notepad will act as if it is that one on the old ROM where I wrote that note?
I have touched on this question here, where Christopher gave an answer to this, but I dont really get it so I thought its time to make it a real question, not just a "follow up" =)
As it stands, the application Im writing has 4 different screens: 1. Screen 1 - list of nodes (main screen) 2. Screen 2 - options menu, tableLayout with buttons 3. Screen 3 - navigation 4. Screen 4 - text details on version etc
These screens can be navigated to/from using a "header" View that is placed on top. the header then has 4 different buttons:
+--------------------+ | menu with buttons | +--------------------+ | | | | | | | C O N T E N T | | | | | | | +--------------------+
The header is just an XML-file (header.xml) with a few buttons. That header.xml is the included in the Layouts using the include-markup. For example, the main.xml has the line:
The header show up alright, but the question is - what is the correct approach to attach OnClickListeners for the buttons in the header?
Christopher pointed out that you could create an Activity class and do the hooks there, like this:
First, I cant make it work since the method setupHeaderButtons isnt accessible from FirstActivity. Secondly, is this the right way to go at it?
I have the date in status bar and work fine (see bellow). Done by edited my systemui.apk by my self (decompile, edited, recompile�). Now, also in modify systemui, I want to remove header in notification area (pink cercle in screenshot bellow). With resize or delete the header. I need to know what values to modify in systemui..
I am sorry if this has already been asked but I have not found a solution yet, I am hoping someone can help. When viewing photos they show in the oldest first, How do you reverse that so that you can see the most recent pictures first? It is a pain to have to scroll all the way to then end of over 200 pictures to see the latest.
I use http://stackoverflow.com/questions/541966/android-how-do-i-do-a-lazy-load-of-images-in-listview/3068012#3068012 to load images in a ListView and a GridView. It works but the images are loaded form bpttom to top. How to fix that?
Bonus Question: Can I use a loading animation in a image view while the real image is loaded? Right now it's just a default image.
I can add a header to my listview within another activity with: list = (ListView) findViewById(R.layout.list_view); View v = View.inflate(this, R.layout.skill_list_header, null); TextView t = (TextView) v.findViewById(R.id.skillHeader); list.addHeaderView(v); this doesnt work however for ListActivity. Can any one add some insight to this? Sorry if this is obvious.
I write file to sdcard using BufferedWriter.After that I want to overwrite header of file,but other data must be without changes( In the header I must add size of file). So I think I must change position where I need write.
I have a ListView with several columns and I need a header row at the very top that labels each of these columns that *does not* scroll with the rest of the ListView. I am using addHeaderView right now, but I've ran into 2 problems:
1) The header scrolls. I need it outside of scrolling so that it's always "floating" on top.
2) Each column in the header isn't lining up with the columns in the listview. I can make the header columns and data columns all line up perfectly if they're all in one big TableLayout, but how would I get the header to be outside of the scrollview yet also stay uniform and inline with the data columns?
I am trying to implement a TextView that is serving as a header for a ListView.I want to format it so that I have basically a title centered on the first line and then additional information on the lines following. How can I format the text/string to create this kind of formatting?
I am Working on develop an application .In my application I want to Put application header as it look like "Android Market Application". I need help on following issues. 1)How to put all header same for all activities in the application. 2)How to put the common header like in android market application. 3)How to put a common footer for all activities in application. If possible send source code for my understanding.
I have a list view , where i am adding headerview to that list . every thing fine , but when am scrolling list headerview also moving with list, so i want to avoid headerview scrolling , i mean i have to scroll only list when i list reached to topview (titlebar),headerview has to remain bottom of titlebar .
Is it possible to control the height of a ListView's header view(s)? If I try containing my header view in a layout and set the height to say, 50 or 100, the height in the view seems to stay around 30.
In my ListActivity, I need header and footer views (on the top and bottom of the list) to be used as previous page and next page buttons on my list, respectively, because I want to display only 20 items at a time.
I set my header and foot views by doing:
This works fine, but I need to dynamically remove and add these header and footer views, because some pages of my list may not have a next page button or a previous page button.
The problem is, I cannot call addHeaderView or addFooterView after I have called setListAdapter.
I am using Sygic Navigation on my HTC Hero. I can start it by calling the correct intent as I described here. Now, Sygic starts in fullscreen-mode and I cannot use the BACK-button to go back to my previous Activity (dont ask me why).
The question is: is there some trick or way so I can control how that Sygic Activity is started? I want to add my own "header" on top; the header contains my buttons for navigation. It would be great if I could add that header, then have Sygic below that (as the "content" then, as shown here).