Currently creating a VOIP application for Android and I was wondering is there any possible way to supress the In Call Dialog when sending a call over GSM and use our own 3rd party In Call Dialog or screen instead?At the minute when we switch from our VOIP call and send it over GSM via the ACTION_CALL intent it does everything we want except it brings up the native In Call screen whereas we want our own In Call screen to display here.So I was wondering what kind of options we would have on this?
My MID mini-tablet (Android OS 4.0.3) has a mini-HDMI port. I have the mini-HDMI to female HDMI adapter and HDMI cable. Can I output music from the supplied music app to an audio system using HDMI? (Using the headphone jack is not practical due to the low volume output by the device.)
I've just moved into as SG Mega. But have a problem with contacts. All my contacts have safely come down from Google and appear to all be there and fine, however my third-party apps aren't seeing them. If I start a text message in "Messaging", it reads the contacts and offers me choices. But if I do the same in "Handsent", my messaging app of choice, it does not. Likewise, "Gmail" sees the email addresses in my contacts fine, whereas my regular email app, K9, does not.
I've got an HTC Wildfire, and I've started using Handcent for SMS messages. After a forum search I was able to get rid of the notifications from the default messaging app, so thanks to the forum for that. Is there any way to replace the default messaging app's screen with Hand cent? I'm talking about the messaging screen you get to if you swipe twice to the right from the home screen, i.e. Home > Mail > Messaging
I have a Sprint HTC One. I recently flashed a new ROM. VENOM 5.0 which supports my PDA.
So, after installing it I downloaded all the required apps and they worked fine.
Later the next morning when I switched on my data connection, all the apps ran on data and everything went on well. Then I installed Root Firewall PRO and set all my required settings, after that none of the third party apps didn't receive any data connection. Neither Whatsapp nor Facebook Messenger received data. Even though they are only messaging apps, they also did not receive any Data Connection.
I've noticed something since I updated my phone to kitkat 4.4.2 (it's a Z1 compact).
Whenever I use another app than my default app to send SMS, eg. I'm using SMSPopup, Glowfly or event another "real" SMS app along with my default one (let's say hangouts or Handcent), I have duplicate sent SMS, that means I have twice my sent messages in my list. I didn't have this issue on JB.
I tried to tweak access/read/write permissions via AppOps but the result is still the same. I now have to use the same app for popups/Notifications and SMS. Other SMS apps are useless because they duplicate the text messages.
I'm engineer but more from a chip/assembler x86 level. I'm new to Android. Still figuring some general things out. I have written some apps, but have a general question. If I were to write an improved version of - let's say - TextView. Is it possible to make all app's on the system using this class, basically replace TextView? How are the java classes on the Android system, are they compiled, can I replace the library? Is this protected?
after i got my application ready, i put it on my web server, then i got a big problem. i played around and finally find out couple facts between using edge (not 3g) and wifi to download my file 1. the size different. if i use wifi, the downloaded file is 59k which is correct, the one from edge is only 53k. 2. when i try to install them, the wifi one is just fine. but the edge one shows it is trying to replace Android System. and of course, the installation failed.
I don't really know much about this but I have the leaked 2.2 update, rooted, Droid X and I would like to know if it's possible to change the system font (Droid Sans) with a different one, and/or the consequences of doing so. Something leads me to believe it's not possible/easy to do because I haven't seen too much of this but if it is possible, a link to a tutorial would be much appreciated. Although a confirmation of the possibility of this would also be nice!
I have contact groups that I use in the desktop gmail client to send messages to distribution lists without any issues. Those groups get synced to my android contacts and I can see them in the groups tab. However, neither gmail nor any sms app that I have tried actually use these contact groups for anything.
Am I missing some setting for this to work or is this not implemented in android?
In telephony API what are the access levels, can i change certain methods? in other terms i wanted to run my application on top of telephony API. When a call comes or when dialing a certain number i want to access my application and need to display my application output as well. so will i be able to run third party applications on top of API??? can i be able to change native methods?
How to Install 3rd Party Apps(does not require root).Google Android Tethering SolutionTethering (does not require root)to download remove AT&T sim card and download from market over wifi (this method works for getting all non AT&T approved apps).Live Wallpapers (requires root).
I just learned how to root my Droid X tonight and was going through the "pre-approved' list of "deletable file" and ended up deleting my Text Messages icon and have been unable to open texting and this sucks. HOw can I get it back on my phone so I can send/receive text?
About a week ago when I booted my phone everything forced closed while the desktop loaded up (phone, gps, settings, etc...) and nothing worked except third party apps (thank god.) Well I rebooted and everything worked fine after that... Fast forward to today and it started happening again except this time no matter what I did nothing would work. I even dropped the phone off with a Sprint service center (my device is a Sprint Hero) and they just ordered me a new phone because nothing they did worked. After I left Sprint I went out to eat and while eating I kept messing with my phone more and more until I admitted defeat and started backing up all my apps with Astro . Welllll apparently somewhere along the way I got this effing awesome idea to uninstall via Astro all the applications I've downloaded in the last week and freaking bam; phone works again. Here's a list of applications I deleted and I've starred the ones.
Audio Manager Widget Smart Android Apps, LLC
My Coupons - Eat Free Most Popular Download
3D Level Igor Fischer
Icon Pack - Mario Better Android
Calendar Widget 2 Bitartist
Minutes Widget (Miku Version) Maya Takao
*Internal Memory Widget G3
*SD Card Memory Widget G3
S2 Calendar Widget Futaba
*Powertime Widget Weaverfish Designs
The starred ones raise more flags as I downloaded them before any of the others but not knowing which did this I figured I'd put all that I uninstalled to fix my phone.
I want to back up all the free and paid apps in my Moto Droid, but can't seem to find where they're located using Astro. Are they in the phone memory? On the SD card? Regardless, I can't find any of them.