HTC Desire :: Market Doesn't Display All Downloaded Items
Oct 10, 2010
I'm referring to the "Downloads" tab in the Market app.
I've been noticing of late that it isn't listing the apps that I have been downloaded thus far. It displays one/two/three items that 've been downloaded (no specific time line, either). Furthermore, sometimes, it also tends to display an app which has already been removed.
When I try to set the Alert using ArrayAdaptor to display a set of items, the list is displayed but the items' characters are invisible. If the item is selected, then the characters are visible. Scratching my head on why. Appreciate any advice.
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My music player is acts very strange, I had 30 songs on my desire and i have just added 9 more. Now all the songs have gone onto the memory card as i have checked on Astro file manager, I saved the songs into the same file as i did previously (My Documents - Music). When i open up music it displayer's 1/39 songs at the top but as i move along it skips a number a couple of times like 2/39 to 5/39 then 7/39 to 9/39 then 30/39 to 32/39 then 34/39 to 38/39, So it is only displaying 30/39 songs. Now i can see all the songs by clicking the bottom left in the music player (Three horizontal lines) then going to "songs" and say i select a song that isn't being displayed i click on it, it starts playing then i simply slide one song then if i slide back the song has dissapeared... for some reason i dont now why some songs are appearing and some arnt, What could be the problem?
I am implemented to kids application I am implemented spinner in added array category list these are array text list now I am implement these text array list replace in drawable images in spinner how can implemented:
The items in the ListView comes from an AsyncTask. When the AsyncTask is running I want it to stop adding non-matching items. For now, if it had loaded 5 items and I search with a specified String, then when the AsyncTask continues loading items it adds automatically Orders to the ListView, even if there isn't a match.
I'm trying to place a set of Checkboxes within the same RadioGroup in a tabular fashion.I tried to have a couple of TableRow objects within the RadioGroup, but that removes the "group behaviour" and allows more than one Checkbox can be selected at the same time.I am able to put all the items on a single line (by setting the RadioGroup's "orientation" to "horizontal") but not in a grid like style.
I am displaying items according to different categories using Expandable Listview.Now I want to display only items ,No need of parent name or parent indicator.is there any solution from expandable list view to display only child items .I don't have time Thats y i am displaying items from expandable list view(I am already developed this one) .So please give me some suggestions.It is very urgent.
I'm having a little difficulties while trying to get a certain layout to work: I want to have list. List does not have to be scrollable, but should be shown completely. But the page itself should be able to scroll (with the lists in it), if the total content ist higher than the screen.
It only uses a small part of the screen (about 2 lines per list), instead of filling the available height, and the lists themselves can be scrolled. How can I change the layout to always show the whole lists but have the screen be scrollalbe?
There are some others applications doing this, like Twitter, Facebook, or even native applications such as Android Market. When you want to display a list of items retrieved from the internet, this looks like a standard way for displaying the user some notification about action in progress. This is a white background screen with an animated spinning wheel and a "Loading..." text. Does somebody know how to do this?. I've been able to do something similar with this code, but i don't like it too much yet.
Is there a way for an application to know whether it has been downloaded from Market? I'm thinking of distributing an application through Android Market as well as through a private web site, that contains both a free basic version and a paid Pro version. For simplicity of maintenance, I would like to distribute the exactly same apk both through Market and on my web site. After the user has downloaded the free basic application, and they want to upgrade to the Pro version, they should be presented one of the following: A) Present a link to Market to pay for and download a license apk to unlock Pro features. - or - B) Present a link to our homepage to purchase a license key to unlock Pro features. If the free basic application had been downloaded from Market, the user should be presented option A, otherwise they should be presented option B. Does anyone see a way how to achieve this?
I have an Android ListView, backed by an ArrayAdapter. When the user clicks on an item in the list, that item is removed. This all appears to work fine, you can click on each item until there are no items left.
However, it all goes wrong once text filtering occurs. Once the list has been filtered once, even if that filter is cleared, all subsequent calls to remove(Object) on the adapter fail to remove the item from the visible list. I've tried calling ListView.clearTextFilter() before removing the item, calling it after removing the item, and not calling it all. There's no difference.
I've looked through the source for ArrayAdapter.java and it seems that once filtering is set, the adapter uses one collection to respond to queries but updates a different one. I can see no obvious way to get it to revert its behaviour. Is this a bug or am I missing something?
I had to get my Evo replaced today and I used ASTRO and MyBackup Pro to backup my apps to my SD Card. After installing them onto my new Evo, I went to the Market and then to Downloads, and they don't show up there. How am I suppose to know when I will have an update?
Right so heres the story, my phone has been severely acting up, freezing, unable to delete items etc. so i thought upgrading to the newest Orange ROM.After all that has been done i needed to Download My Back Up Pro to restore and also Filecover, these are both apps ive downloaded and paid for before, so ive tried looking for them in the market to redownload (as it shouldnt charge me twice over) but they arent turning up in the Market.has anybody got any advice as to being able to redownload them.
Is there a way to update apps that weren't directly downloaded from the Market?A friend gave me the Weather channel app without the ads. He gave me the .apk installer file.Now that I have the Weather channel app that I didnt get from the store, therefore not in "My Downloads" section of the market, how do I update it?There must be a simple fix, but i could seem to track it down on the forums.
Does anyone know if there's a way to retrieve a list of apps currently installed on the phone?Perhaps through an Android service, or system content provider?And once this list is retrieved, is there a way to filter down the list to only apps that have been downloaded via the market? I suppose another way to phrase that last question is:Can my app access the Downloads list that's in the Android Market app?
I have an Android library that uploads data to a test server and production server. I'd like developers using this library to use the test server when developing, and production server when the app is downloaded from Android Market.
Is this possible for an app to tell where it came from (Market or non-Market?) I would imagine one could detect the presence of the signed JAR file.