General :: How To Edit Default Values Of Memory Min-free Values Of Rom Reside

Apr 9, 2014

I want to ask where does the defaults values of memory min-free values of a Rom reside? I mean what file I would have to edit to edit those values?

General :: how to edit default values of memory min-free values of Rom reside


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General :: Change Default Values In Settings For Android ROM

Oct 27, 2010

I'm starting to make my own android roms and i was wondering if it was possible to change the default android settings you get when you flash a rom. For example, when you first boot, animations are already turned on and orientation is turned off (unchecked) by default.

I've got an .apk manager so i've had a feeble attempt at going through .xml files in the decompiled Settings.apk. "res/xml/ sound_and_ display_ settings. xml" had the most potential but i couldn't see any "enable/disable" options.

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Sep 2, 2010

I want to store a time value and need to retrieve and edit it. Can somebody guide me here with a sample code/project please?

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Jul 27, 2010

How can I add/delete/modify values in "default.properties" for Android.

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Jul 7, 2009

Prefs are defined in preferences.xml, arrays.xml, and strings.xml. Default values are defined in strings.xml.

For example:

CODE:................

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Jun 24, 2009

I have a listview that is populated by a couple threads that pull in data from the network. Before that data comes in, there are some default values displayed. When the screen loads, there are 6 items displayed, each with the default data. The 1st (index 0) loads and is updated on the screen, and then number 6 (index 5) is updated with that same info. Then, item 2 (index 1) loads, and then item 5 (index 4) mirrors that data. Then item 3 loads, then item 4 reloads with the correct data, then then item 5 with the correct data, then item 6. Why are items 5 and 6 briefly showing the data from other elements in the list? I can't figure out what in the world could be causing this.

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Android :: Preferences - How To Load The Default Values When User Hasnt Used Preferences-screen

Apr 22, 2010

I am using a PreferenceActivity to let the user set some values. I am feeding it the xml file with the defined preferences.

I have set all the android:defaultValue="" for them.

When I start my application, I need the preferences, or if they are not set yet manually, I want the default values:

CODE:.................

However, when android:defaultValue="true" I still get false. So, it looks like the defaultValues set in the XML are not used anywhere but when initializing the preferences-screen.

I don't want to hardcode the default values in the getBoolean() method. So, is there a way get the default-values with only defining these in 1 place?

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How to make a module which sets the auto brightness to custom values like on cm or codename?

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General :: Android Resetting User Values And Updating Software Constantly

Jun 14, 2012

The device in question is a Dynavin car stereo that runs the Android platform.

I have updated the ROMS and even roll backed to older versions but this issue persists. I am now using a totally modified ROM created by a user on here for my device.

My issue is, every 5 or 6 boot ups of my device all my settings seem to revert to default. Well not "all" but I will explain in further detail.

When my issue arises, google maps/navigation/mail will not load, it will crash and go back to the home screen.Google PLAY will revert to Google Market, when I log into market, it will update all google programs.Once updated, maps/navigation/mail all work perfectly fine.

My installed programs are unaffected to the extent that they do not need updating, however, all their settings which I adjust, revert back to normal, all the dialogue boxes return, its like as if I'm running the program for the first time again.

When there is no issue, the system works fine and requires no updates etc.I feel it may be something to do with the ROM? Should files be moved to the memory card to preserve certain settings? But if I do that, how will Android know where to find these files?

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General :: Xolo A1000 - Entered Incorrect Hex Values In SP Flash Tool

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I entered incorrect hex in SP Flash Tool and process was done. (While rooting my phone). But now when i am trying to turn my phone on, it hangs on startup screen...

My Fon is: Xolo A1000

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Dec 27, 2013

my problem is this, i have my main class and a second class that displays the values of the accelerometer on a textview.. however if i call my accelerometer class this is what happens, my application starts with no problems however no buttons work from my main class.. it seems to me that the accelerometer class runs above my main class thats why i have this problem.. what i did is i created a new activity on my manifest and called my accelerometer class from my main class using->

Intent i = new Intent(this, AccelerometerClass.class);
startActivity(i);

Maybe there is a way to just take the values from the accelerometer class,wihout calling the class itself ???? what i mean is take the x,y,z(int) values from accelerometer class and set them on a text from the main class..

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Android :: Getting Values From Array

Apr 16, 2010

I have a collection of strings and declared the strings individually as arrays using ArrayList<String> al=new ArrayList<String>(); and called the arrays in the program by using al=getIntent().getStringArrayListExtra("titles");

Now, instead of declaring each of the arrays i have created SongsArray.java like below...

public class SongsArray {
private String title;
private String movieName;
private String singerName;
private String imagePath;
private String mediaPath;

public String gettitle()
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}
public void settitle(String title) {.................

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Android :: Getting Values From XML - API Level 3

Jun 24, 2010

I have a string that contains a xml structure and there are two pieces of data in separate tags that I am after.

xpath has been added since API level 8, and with me being stuck with API level 3 (old phone for you ;-)) I need a way to get the data.

Would using a regular expression commit a huge sin? ;-) The xml isn't that big...

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Android :: How To Get Custom Xml Values

Nov 17, 2010

I want to get the number of launcher:cellWidth in xml:

CODE:.........

I know that I can get it in a Custom view by:

CODE:....................

But how Can I get it in a Activity? not a Custom view.

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Android : Way To Add Values From Database?

Jul 26, 2010

One of the Preferences in my PreferenceActivity needs to get its values from a database. How do I add these values?

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Android : How To Get Location Values?

Sep 13, 2010

I am new to android development, My new requirement is find Latitude and longitude for current position where device is present. how I get this.

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Android : Way To Store Values?

Apr 6, 2010

That's a lot of code... no time to read it over now.. but off the top of my head: look into either using a database, an Application class (that will run the whole time your app is alive), or adding extras to the Intent bundle before starting your subactivity. These are all methods to pass data around between activities.

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Android : How To Get Response Url Values.

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Jul 5, 2010

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Nov 30, 2011

I'm building an app which connects to various web services via ksoap2. Most of the services provide some sort of response in the form of a string which I use in the app, however one of the services doesn't actually provide a response to be used it simply takes the inputted vales and the .net service updates the relevant DB tables.Would the set up and call to the service be the same as to the other services that I get information back from? My code is as follows;

SoapObject Request =
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Request.addProperty(
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Dec 29, 2012

I am developing an app that will use bluetooth and return values to an app. I am having some problems using my Arduino (Uno rev3) Development board to send data to the board from my arduino program. I am using a sample code to test with turning on and off an LED. So far I have tested the Arduino code with its serial monitor to send data and it seems that it accepts sending the "D" letter value. I believe it is accepting its command because it is used to its own protocol of bytes or something similar. I am not sure if I am using the correct command to send data from my android to the arduino here is a snippet of the command to send a capital "D" to turn on a LED:

public class LEDtest extends Activity{

@Override
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub[code]....

I want to know if there's a command that will change it to to a universal protocol of bytes or if there's something I'm missing.

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Android :: Passing Values With Intents

Nov 17, 2010

I have searched and searched and I just can't get this code to work. I have a main.xml layout and a setting.xml. I have some values I would like the Settings.class to change in my main apps class.Three string to be exact. I have tried this simple test code in my main app class.

settings.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener(){
@Override
public void onClick(View v) {
Intent intent = new Intent(v.getContext(), Settings.class);
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//Then a function
@Override
protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent intent){
super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, intent);
Bundle extras = intent.getExtras();
String value = extras.getString("myKey");
if(value!=null){
Log.d("hmmm",value);}}}

In my settings.class I have the following
returnHome.setOnClickListener(new OnClickListener(){
@Override
public void onClick(View v) {
Intent intent = new Intent();
intent.putExtra("myKey", "YEAH");
setResult(RESULT_OK, intent);
finish();}});

Back in main app class it is not getting logged. Like I said I have three string in the main class that I want settings class to change and send back.

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Android :: Passing Values From One Activity To Another

Feb 11, 2010

I have an app which makes use of several layout-views. Every layout - view also got a class for it, which extend the Activity class. One class for example retrieves some database values whilst offering a search form to the user. Afterwards the user can select one of those values and he gets presented with another screen which gives similar options as the one selected. Anyways, I'd like for the first Activity to be able to send an array with data (Strings for example) to the second one. Right now I show an activity by using:

Intent i = new Intent(this, activitysName.class); startActivity(i);

I have no idea whilst using this construction how I can "initialize" the new object with the String array I want to pass to it. So how should this be achieved ? Should I be using something else instead of an Intent-Activity combination ?

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Android :: Why Getting Same Values Of Different JSON Date?

Apr 16, 2010

I do not know the reason why am i getting same values of different JSON date values. Here is my code for parsing date values in JSON date format:

package com.jsondate.parsing;
import java.text.SimpleDateFormat; import java.util.Date;
import android.app.Activity; import android.os.Bundle; import android.util.Log; import android.widget.TextView;
public class JSONDateParsing extends Activity {/** Called when the activity is first created. */String myString;
@Override public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
setContentView(R.layout.main);
TextView tv = new TextView(this);
//Date d = (new Date(1266029455L));
//Date d = (new Date(1266312467L));
Date d = (new Date(1266036226L));
//String s = d.getDate() + "-" + d.getMonth() + "-" + d.getYear() + d.getHours() +
d.getMinutes() + d.getSeconds();
// SimpleDateFormat sdf=new SimpleDateFormat("yyyy MMM dd @ hh:mm aa"); //Toast.makeText(this, d.toString(), Toast.LENGTH_SHORT);
Log.e("Value:", d.toString());
myString = d.toString();
String []words = myString.split(" ");
for(int i = 0;i < words.length; i++)
Log.e("Value:", words[i]);
myString = words[2] + "-" + words[1] + "-" + words[5] + " " + words[3];
tv.setText(myString);
setContentView(tv);
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Android :: Updating TextView Values

Apr 9, 2009

Hello everyone, and thanks in advance for the help. What I'm trying to do is a relatively simple task, but one that doesn't seem to be working. What I'm trying to do is display the Orientation X,Y,Z coordinates on the screen in basic TextView boxes. The sensors are constantly updating my Global.myOrientation float array, and then I'm running a Timed thread (I'm very new to threading, so forgive me if it's ugly, but it gets the job done almost). In this thread I just set the value of each TextView's text to the desired value. The problem is that it only seems to work the first time.

It correctly displays whatever my initial data is, but then subsequent runs of the thread do nothign to update the onscreen values when I change the orientation of the phone. LogCat output shows me that inside the run() method, the values of Global.getOrientationX,Y,Z are being updated correctly, and that the right data is being passed to TextView. How can I get around this limitation of TextView being initialized once and then immutable?

Any assistance in fixing this, or providing an alternate solution would be greatly appreciated. Code posted below:

CODE:...............

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Android :: Extending Themes - How To Put New Values?

May 8, 2010

I have trouble (example<http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/browse_thread/threa...>) wrapping my head around styles/themes. Can somebody help me or point me to actual documentation?

Let's say I have a drawable that I want to use as the background of a layout:
<shape xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:shape="rectangle>
<gradient android:startColor="#9F9FA4" android:endColor="#66FFFFFF" android:angle="270" /> </shape>

Now I want to have a dark and a light theme. Depending on the chosen theme I want to have a different value for startColor and endColor. How do I do that? I am aware of extending themes, but what do I put into the items? How do I reference those new values then?

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Android :: What Are Units Of Event.values?

Aug 23, 2009

I am experimenting with orientation sensor, register it like this: SesnorManager sensor_manager = (SensorManager)getSystemService (Context.SENSOR_SERVICE); Sensor sensor_orientation = sensor_manager.getSensorList (SensorManager.SENSOR_ORIENTATION).get(0); sensor_manager.register Listener(sensor_listener, sensor_orientation, SensorManager.SENSOR_DELAY_UI); and then read the orientation values in the sensor event listener: private final SensorEventListener sensor_listener = new SensorEventListener() { ... float sensor_data_x = event.values[SensorManager.DATA_X];}

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Android :: Getting Values From Database And Display In App

Nov 21, 2010

I am creating a Quiz application. Questions are added thru web form.I am using Mysql and ruby on rails for doing so. I would like to display the questions and its options in android application with next and previous options.I am very new to android.Can somebody please tell me how do i do this?

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Android :: Multiple Alarms With Different Values Of ID

May 16, 2010

I am setting multiple alarms like this, with different values of id. Multiple calls to AlarmManager.setRepeating deliver the same Intent/PendingIntent extra values, but I supplied different ones.

AlarmManager alarms = (AlarmManager)context.getSystemService(
Context.ALARM_SERVICE); Intent i = new Intent(MyReceiver.ACTION_ALARM);
// "com.example.ALARM" i.putExtra(MyReceiver.EXTRA_ID, id);
// "com.example.ID", 2 PendingIntent p = PendingIntent.getBroadcast(context, 0, i, 0);
alarms.setRepeating(AlarmManager.RTC_WAKEUP, nextMillis, 300000, p); // 5 mins

And receiving them like this:
public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
if (intent.getAction().equals(ACTION_ALARM)) {
// It's time to sound/show an alarm
final long id = intent.getLongExtra(EXTRA_ID, -1);
The alarm is delivered to my receiver at the right times, but often with EXTRA_ID set to the wrong value: it's a value that I have used at some point, just not the one that I wanted delivered at that particular time.

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Android :: Getting Compass Values And Use It On Map Overlay

Sep 13, 2010

I have a marker on the map using an Overlay. I also have access to the compass sensor which I'm able to show a textView with the orientation values (0 to 359). How can I apply this values to the marker? (which is a drawable). I already have a MAtrix created but when I insert the orientation value gives me an error, here it is:

GeoPoint geopoint = new GeoPoint((int) (newLocation.getLatitude() * 1E6),
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Point pt = new Point(); mapView.getProjection().toPixels(geopoint, pt);
Bitmap bmp = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(),R.drawable.user2);
Matrix matrix = new Matrix(); matrix.postTranslate(-25, -25);
matrix.postRotate(direction); matrix.postTranslate(pt.x, pt.y);
paint.setAntiAlias(true); paint.setFilterBitmap(true);
int width = bmp.getWidth(); int height = bmp.getHeight();
Bitmap changedBitmap = Bitmap.createBitmap(bmp, 0, 0, width, height, matrix, true);
BitmapDrawable icon = new BitmapDrawable(changedBitmap);
icon.setBounds(0, 0, icon.getIntrinsicWidth(), icon.getIntrinsicHeight());
userOverlay useroverlay = new userOverlay(icon); useroverlay.addItem(item);
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I used the value retrieved from the sensor on "direction" but it doesn't work.

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