I have a content provider that is custom to my set of Android applications, and one of the things it needs to expose is a small (20-30k) byte array. The uri for these blobs looks like content://my.authority/blob/# where # is the row number; the resulting cursor has the standard _id column and a data column.
I have a BLU Quattro 4.5 android device and when I try to connect via USB Debug mode and run ADB Device it will not find my phone. I have searched high and low in order to locate the driver with no luck. The generic USB driver from google won't even work. I have even run emulator from the phone and when I type: pm set-install-location 2, it comes back with Killed and then back to command prompt. When I type: pm get-install-location it comes back as 0[auto]. My phones main memory is 1 gb and 1.5 internal usb memory. With all of the main system apps updated on the main drive, the phone cannot handle ANY other apps, even when I put apps on the usb memory it is very sluggish. I am trying to install and run all of the apps from the external sd card and just have the system apps running on the main disk. I would also like finding the driver needed to access the phone in ADB.
BLU Quattro 4.5" 4 GB Internal Memory( Broken up to 1 GB Main, 1.5 GB USB Storage, and not sure where the other .5 GB went.) 1 GB Ram NVIDIA Tegra 1.5 GHZ Quad Core 16 GB Class 10 Micro SD Card Android 4.0.4 ICS Unlocked Running Straight Talk/T-Mobile Sim
I've already installed the drivers and adb,but adb shell shows no device.The 2nd LG USB Modem installed as an Android Phone.I'm using winXP,SP2 PRO, these are my steps.enable USB Debugging mode,dial 3845....and enable root permission,restart my phone,connect my phone to PC,install the drivers.win+R TO open CMD window,cd to the sdk tools directory,adb shell,shows device not found in my device manager,there's an android phone class,under it is an android Adb.
I have a new Captivate and am attempting to establish a USB connection with Windows XP sp2.
I have downloaded setup two different USB drivers, (1) from Samsung--I assume it's the official driver, and (2) from the Android SDK. Both installations ran without error. But when I attempt to install either driver, Windows complains that it cannot locate the driver. I'm at a loss.
Windows is finds the Captivate when connected but only intermittently. Sometimes it identifies it and sometimes it doesn't.
Not that it might matter, but I have a galaxy S4. Had it for awhile and pretty much run the standard apps I always have even on my old bionic without issues. In the last few weeks I started noticing a sort of pop up ad. It only shows a few times during the day and only right after I unlock my screen.
So far I have uninstalled the last few apps I put on and no luck. Even though these apps are ones I have used in the past with no issues. All my apps are from the google play store too.
I put Avast on it and it reports no viruses. I installed Lookout Ad Network Detector and it doesn't find anything.
This is a full screen ad, not in the notification panel. Most of the time it shows a Kindle Fire ad. I just hit the back button and it goes away.
I did visit winrar.com using firefox which might be a fake site for the real rarlabs.com which make winrar. Other than that I can't really think of anything I might have done to cause this.
I have gone through most of my apps looking at settings to see if any have options for ads and no luck.
I'm new to android phone. When I bought my phone, the mobile store gave me some apps including paid for a deal price from dealers. But I found some apps having a prefix in their file name which on googling I found they are piracy developers. But many of other apps provided by them are already free apps from google play. But some are paid apps, for example, AVG mobile antivirus pro. The file is doesn't have any prefix. Is there any way to find if its genuine or not?
My Verizon Galaxy Nexus has been running very very slow lately. I'm running AOKP last stable JB build and the RAM bar at the 'recent apps' screen show "665MB used - 30MB Free" most of the times. Even if I 'Kill all apps" from that screen, Free memory doesn't go higher than 42MB ever. I did google search with different keywords but all of them are returning only 'task killer' apps, which I believe don't actually do much good. In theory, Android does memory management on its own and release required memory automatically when a new app needs it. But I'm guessing there's some rouge app in my device which is always reporting "hey, I'm using this memory" and not letting Android reclaim it.
So, I'm looking for an app that can identify which app is using how much of ram at any given time. And maybe how much of CPU time etc... so that I can identify which app is bringing my device to its knees.
we already got a battery meter in android 4.2.2, and it can tell if something is keeping the phone awake.For example, it shows that the "Android OS" is keep the system awake for 10 hours, but it can not tell me which app is holding some wake locks or wakes the phone frequently.I also installed Better BatteryStats, under Kernel Wakelock, it shows that the gps_lock is holding for 10 hours, but also not related to any app.
In case anyone else is having problems getting their Incredible to connect, the easiest way I found to install the USB drivers are with the HTC sync program here: http://member.america.htc.com/download/Driver/DROID_INCREDIBLE_Verizon/HTC_Sync_2.0.33.exe The google SDK driver doesn't yet work with the Incredible, and though it can be hacked - this download might be easier for some.
I am currently trying to store an image into the sqlite database as a blob and retrieve it back.I am not sure if this is the correct approach since i dint find much of sample codes related to inserting images in sqlite. I am able to insert values but when i try retrieving them as byte using decodeByteArray it gives me the following error. DEBUG/skia(13003): xxxxxxxxxxx jpeg error 53 Not a JPEG file: starts with 0x%02x 0x%02x.The image retrieving query works fine as i have checked retrieving an image previously stored as blob in a sample database.I have tried storing and retrieving different image files but i am getting the same error.Could any one tell me as how to solve this problem
I'm caching image files as a blob in a SQLite database. I have a similar application on another platform that does the same thing with the same image files. The databases on both platforms report the exact same size for the same images. So I think, but can't guarantee, that the image data is getting into the database intact.But when I try to create a Drawable, the console prints out "DEBUG/skia(267):decoder->decode returned false".
I have a LG L45C and I am trying to root it and get Superuser to run, but without any luck after 2 days. I am very new to adroids and cannot figure out how to do it. It all started with Titanum Backup and the message "ROOM is not rooted" and "attempted was made using su command".
so I'm trying to write in "Update-Binary" in a Zip File .
In The Zip The Update-Binary is Located : META-INF < COM < GOOGLE < ANDROID < (Here)
I'm trying to write and edit some things into the file , which I have tried with NotePad++ and Notepad and WordPad . None will work ... When I go to Flash I have a Error right away since The Update binary is the system to start the Flash it won't work .
I am in the need of the Info-zip unzip (and zip) binary for bash scripts, compiled for Android.The unzip included in busybox does not have the features that I need and the 7za and unrar binaries that I have do not have features needed also.
I have a generic tablet thats rooted , this is confirmed by root checker & validator , but i have no Su binary ?
All i want to to is make one directory writable so i can add the media line to permissions for external storage , as this has been a pain not being able to use , but whatever i try doesnt work , Su & super dont work as they state no Su binary , so im at loss as to what to attempt next ?
ANDROID VERSION 4.2.2 KERNEL VERSION 3.3.0+ (WED JULY 31ST 2013) SOC CHIP = SUPER DOULCORE A20[code]......
I've heard that Samsung has a custom binary download counter, so my question is; does SONY have that too?
The reason is that i flashed many custom roms on my phone and now I have some dead pixels on my camera and i can't send it back to Sony cause I already destroyed my warranty and I heard if I reset a custom binary download counter i will be able to restore my warranty?
As the title, I create a ByteArray to store the file in blob like this: byte red_buf = myCursor.getBlob(1);And I wanna use FileOutputStream to open.But I don't know how to do. Can anyone give me a example or website please?
I uninstalled my SuperSU app off of my rooted Galaxy S4; it happen of off a mistake I did playing around with my phone and now it says
" There is no SU binary installed, and SuperSU cannot install it. This is a problem! If you just upgraded to Android 4.3(But im already updated to 4.3), you need to manually re-root - consult the relevant forums for your device! ".
( I have the picture as an attachment). Now my device cannot un-root when I tried to but I want to get my old rooted device back I've been trying to root it again with my rooting program but nothing is working trying methods that I've seen on Youtube and various websites and now im just done. I really want my device to be fully rooted again but it just keeps giving me the same message even when I uninstall it and install it again, rebooting the device its hopeless...
Here is my device info. Model #: SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 ( its AT&T) Version: 4.3 Baseband version: 4.3 And to root my device I used the Saferoot program.