im trying to go back to stock gingerbread from ics. Waiting for the official release. I found an official stock gingerbread file but its a meT format? Can i still just put that in odin pdf and hit start and it will flash back to stock or do i need to convert? Samsung galaxy s2 skyrocket att
Is there any kind of "journal" app?What I meant, is an app that I can write something, then add photos, videos, record audios. Some kind like diary.In Windows Mobile, there is OneNote for this more or less.
Looking the doc with class SurfaceHolder is possible set the kind of surface format. I need to show images YCbCr_420_SP format. If I set YCbCr_420_SP format is not clear after how I can set the data. With Canvas object I can draw only bitmap format and not YCbCr_420_SP. Then my question is : can I draw directly on surface using YCbCr_420_SP data ? how ?
I have created a listview with simple list items.When i click on any of the list item a new activity is launched and therefore a new screen opens. But now i want that when i click on the list item i should have a kind of popup which has three options and depending on the option i click a new activity should be launched. Therefore in place of one activity i want an option of choosing one of the three activities depending upon what i chose in the pop up box. I should also have the flexibilty to design the pop up box the way i want.
When I get my activity chooser for my ACTION_GET_CONTENT Intent there is applications I don't want to be there, like the ones who will first create content and then pass the URI to me, like the Voice Recorder. When you use Gmail and try to attach a file you will only see the applications/activities that picks data from your SDCard like Gallery, and in my case Astro (file manager application).
So my question is, what kind of Intent does Gmail use for their Attach? Here is my code, something must be missing since I get applications like Voice Recorder and so on. Intent action = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_GET_CONTENT); action = action.setType("*/*").addCategory(Intent.CATEGORY_OPENABLE); startActivityForResult(Intent.createChooser(action, "Upload file from..."), 1);
its not that bad but in all honesty, I found it to be pretty bland and boring (almost ugly). It also lacks many nice features found on other phones with manufactuer overlays, (This is probably the biggest reason why they put those overlays on top of stock android). Obviously the best thing about it of course is the quicker updates (in most cases). But other than that, my experience with stock was not too fun compared to using now Launcher Pro overtop of just plain stock and even now over TW (I know, i know, people hate TW).
recently bought a car in CHINA and it came with a Android powered dvd/navigation/fm/player/etc. I have it already connected to a Mobile WiFi over the China Mobile via a USB WiFi Dongle and downloaded some apps. Some apps I use are blocked in china (TuneIn Radio, Pandora, etc), and i'm looking for a way to have a VPN on it.
The thing is that the manufacturer of the device removed the VPN network settings, so I can't connect (or it is absent on the Android 2.3.4 ). is there a way to install some kind of VPN Client on this android? I already have a paid VPN Account and use on my apple devices.
I am trying to display a SpreadSheet in the Android application with auot adjustable columns and each columns should surrounded by lines.I used the Table Layout the data are displayed in the Table format but i don't know how to surround each column with lines, auto adjustment.
I'm in the mood for a Good RPG or another kind of game like the old pokemon GameBoy games that you can play over an extended period. I just can't find any in the Android marketplace. Does anyone know of any good games like this?
From the Cnet review, it looks like the unit doesn't come with a screen protector. What kind works good with a capacitive screen? I have a Hero now, but no protector on it. But with the Droid X's monster screen, I will need one.
I have a simple app I coded for android that I want to go on Blackberry too - How easy is it to get the code over to their SDK and run it working as intended? I was only wondering if anyone knew from experience. The only API's on Droid I really use are camera and face detect.
I have been looking around alot for cases and I cant seem to find one I like. I like the hard rubber kind and I saw one but the guy mentioned he got it with his window mount from verizon. I looked around and didn't seem like that mount came with a case. can anyone throw me some ideas?
Could someone tell me about the Galaxy Camera. I'm about to load the Galaxy rom on my Behold 2 and I'm just curious about the camera on the Galaxy. What kind of features does it have and does the flash still work? Is it working okay with the Behold hardware?
I have a question for those in the know. I am interested in purchasing an android-capable phone in the near future..I really like what it offers. My brother has a G1 (Mobile USA), which has piqued my interest in the Android platform. My question is: Is the app store synced with every kind of Android-capable phone, or just that specific phone? If I was to buy a HTC Magic, would it use the same app store as the G1? AFAIK, some other major platforms, such as Symbian do not sync, and it's 'every phone for itself', but I was thinking that Android was more synergic.
I wrote a View class based on ViewSwitcher and now I want to write helper classes for the view like known form the ListView: ListAdapter, ListActivity and so on..
Regarding the activity class I ran into a problem. The ListActivity forces you to add a ListView to your activity with a fixed id: @id/android:list. In my base activity class i want to archive the same, forcing a special id so that my helper classes can access the view object.
As I'm writing a general lib that could be used in various projects I can't use R.id.foobar to get the view as there's no R class. The specific project will an own R.java.
So I peeked at the source code ...
Ok, I could write my on R class, put it directly into my package and try to access it in the same way but I've no clue what value the id should have or need?
Also I couldn't find any R class at android_frameworks_base/core/java/com/android/internal
And even if this problem is solved: How can the user of my lib access "my id" from his layout XML?
Is there anything the Dalvik VM supports (in terms of bytecode) which is not used currently because the .class files don't have it?
As an example, if people would write their own Source-to-DX converter for their functional language XYZ, would they be able to implement e. g. full tail calls although the .class file does support tail calls only under certain circumstances?