Android :: Animations Between Intents

Mar 9, 2010

I've a succession of 2 Intent: Intent intent = new Intent(); intent.setClass(EntryPoint.this, MainClass.class); startActivity(intent);

And I'd like an animation (which is present in res/anim) occurs during the transition between these 2 Intents...

Android :: Animations between Intents

Android :: Possible Bug With Intents / Pending Intents

Nov 7, 2009

I have some code that is creating and removing alarms, and which works great in Android 1.5 and 1.6 but breaks on the Android 2.0 AVD.The code that's giving this exception is: Code...

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Android :: CSS 3d Animations

Apr 25, 2010

I want develop a HTML, CSS , Javascript application that has pages that flip animate the same as on the iphone. I have tried JQTouch but the animations do not work. how to flip a page in the Android 2.1 browser?

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Android :: How Different Do Broadcast Intents Need To Be?

Oct 30, 2010

I have an IntentService that broadcasts an Intent each time if finishes some work. Each broadcast Intent is identical except that it contains a Bundle with some result information from the IntentService. Evidently, having different data in the Bundle is not enough for Android to think it's a different Intent. If the IntentService broadcasts two of these Intents back-to-back, the second one is dropped as a duplicate.

I know I've read about this behavior in this forum in the past but I can't find in the documentation where this duplicate elimination logic is described in detail. Mostly, I just want to differentiate the Intents enough that they are not considered duplicates. Any pointers would be appreciated.

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Android :: Can't Get Animations Working

Apr 5, 2010

I am trying to create a menu that slides in when it is drawn. I created an animation in res/anim called map_toolbar_in.xml:


Then I have a linearLayout which I attempt to use it in:


When I run the program I get a bunch of errors, starting with:


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Android :: Clone Animations

Jun 26, 2009

I defined some complex AnimationSet in xml and would like to run it on several Views (View.startAnimation()). i cannot just create one instance of this AnimationSet (using AnimationUtils.loadAnimation()) and use it as parameter of View.startAnimation(), so i have to create several instances of this AnimationSet. since loading it from xml is rather slow operation, is there a way to load it once and then clone it when needed?

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Android :: Popupwindows Animations

Feb 28, 2009

How to use Popupwindow's animation? i tried setAnimationStyle() but couldn't get it working... i assume i need to pass style id ( defining windowEnterAnimation & windowExitAnimation but as i said it didn't work

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Android :: Tabs And Intents

Aug 15, 2010

I have a auto-complete textbox in which the user makes a selection. From here I want to load a tabbed layout which is based on the user selection. The problem is I cant figure out a clean way to pass that selection to each of the tabs. At the moment I can pass an intent to the 'tabhost' activity and then pass to each child activity explicitly, however this just seems like messy iterative code to me! So basically how can I pass my intent data bundles to the tabs activities cleanly & efficiently! Psuedo code is also very welcome.

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Android :: Intents Alarmmanager

Aug 7, 2010

I am trying to create intents that will be set using alarmmanager. Currently, I can do this with one intent, add extra data to it (strings, but i send them as one string with a seperator), and everything works fine and goes off at the correct time. However, when I try to send multiple intents like this, they are overwritten and only one goes off at the correct time. How can i structure my intents so that they appear different to the alarmmanager (i think they are getting deleted when filterIntent() is run).

long story short- putExtra() makes all the intents look the same still... how can i make them look different so they wont get deleted (and keep track of them in case i want to delete a specific one)

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Android :: How To Put In Animation Set - More Than Two Or Three Animations

Jul 20, 2010

Actually i m little bit confused in animation set? i have more than two or three animations how can i put them in animation set? and one more thing this is very important..that my image is moving from one place to another through translate animation. but it is not showing the motion and looking like that the image was invisible there and after clicking its visible.. how can i show motion that image is moving from one place to another in translate animation.

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Android :: List Of All Intents?

Oct 27, 2010

I want to received the Android broadcast, is there a list of all intents?

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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(){
public void onClick(View v) {
Intent intent = new Intent(v.getContext(), Settings.class);
startActivityForResult(intent, 0);}});

//Then a function
protected void onActivityResult(int requestCode, int resultCode, Intent intent){
super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, intent);
Bundle extras = intent.getExtras();
String value = extras.getString("myKey");

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

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 :: Blocking Intents From Launching?

Apr 6, 2010

On the market, there's an application called App Protector, which seems to effectively block the launching of configured activities until a password is correctly provided. By default, it blocks access to itself (not very interesting), Settings, and a few others. I wrote my own app to launch settings (rather than doing so through the home screen) and App Protector continued to do the job it claims to do.
When an activity that is protected is started, App Protector's password input activity is shown instead. Once the correct password is provided, the activity that was started comes to the front.
First -- does anyone know how this app is able to get between the rest of the system and the activities it protects? I would like to do something along these lines in my own application as well. Perhaps this app is receiving a broadcast about other activities coming to the foreground, and when the foreground activity is protected, it forces itself to the foreground?
Second -- does anyone know how well this technique will stand up to attack? Are there other ways to circumvent, where start Activity(...) fails to? It seems that one could use adb to un install it, thus removing its protection easily, but if I pursue my plans here, the app will be a part of a device's firmware (which, I assume, offers some protection against its apps being installed?)

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Android :: Run Instructions At End Of Six Animations Played Together

Nov 14, 2010

I need to run six animations simultaneously (each animation simulates a roll of dice, each dice is a custom text view) and at the end of those animations, I need to get back the number of each roll. As each animation changes the number of each dice five times (to simulate the roll), I want to wait that each animation has ended to calculate the sum of each roll. I tried to regroup in one the six animations (so that with an animation listener, I would have been able to wait the end of the animation) but I didn't manage it.

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Android :: How Animations Work - Implemented

Jun 16, 2009

I've been looking around in the framework source and I can get my head around some things. For instance, in the ScrollView, the animated scrolling is done by using computeScroll(). To make the screen redraw (and thus call computeScroll() again), postInvalidate() is used. Why is that one used, instead of a regular invalidate-call?

Secondly, I wonder some things about the Animation framework. I know how a ViewGroup is responsible for animating the children (modifying the Canvas and so on), but what drives the animation, i.e. what makes the screen redraw over and over again? In the case of the ScrollView, it's the call to postInvalidate() made from computeScroll(), but what is it in the case of an Animation?

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Android :: Animations In Chess Game

Mar 13, 2010

I'm developing chess game for Android ( If I want to add animations, should I use custom View extending Canvas (I do this now), or custom View extending SurfaceView?

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Android :: Messaging And Email Intents

Aug 10, 2010

Found similar examples--not exactly what I need. I simply need to start messaging (SMS) and email intents from my app with their "to" fields already populated. So I need to send a number with the sms intent and an email address with the email intent.

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Android :: Activity / Intents InTabs

Sep 19, 2010

Developers. I am a newbie to Android but a seasoned developer in UI, Java , and ECLIPSE. I am trying to do something I believe is very simple yet I am struggling. I have two tabs, A & B. I want to put an Activity in each tab. I want to have the 'B' Activity live inside 'A' so I can access it within 'A'. 'A' has a clock and every second that passes I need to update information in 'B', even if 'A' is not currently shown. I put 'B' into the 2nd tab as follows:TabSpec mapInfo=tabs.newTabSpec("tag3"); Intent intent = new Intent(this, MathleteMapActivity.class)mapInfo.setContent(intent); mapInfo.setIndicator("Course Map");tabs.addTab(mapInfo); I am totally confused on how to get the "MathleteMapActivity" Activity from the Intent 'intent'. There appears no way to do this. Can anyone please recommend a cleaner way to do this knowing what I am trying to do?

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Android :: Launching Activity Through Intents

Aug 9, 2010

I am implementing a simple app. I need to start an activity based on the state of the Activity. Lets take i am using a button to start the activity.
1. If the activity is not started, I need to start XYZ activity.
2. If the XYZ activity is on focus, then i need to close the activity on the button press.
3. If the XYZ activity is not in focus (like onPause) state then, I need to change the button state.Can you please help me in the flags that i need to use for starting the intent. Is it possible to get the state of activity before I start that activity?

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Android :: Implicit Vs Explicit Intents

May 26, 2010

Working with android I realized that implicit intents are good choice in most of cases due to their's flexibility. But what's about explicit intents? What are benefits of using them? What are common cases when it's a good practice to use them?

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Android :: Methods Of Intents Activity?

Jan 8, 2010

I have two applications A and B (in different packages,but it doesn't matter).Application B is an sms application that i have made and contains one activity.This activity has a method called sendSMS(String number,String text).I want to call this method from application A and send an SMS without opening the activity(the GUI) of application B but just send an SMS in the background by calling just the method of the activity.Any ideas?

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Android :: Instantiate AIR Application Regarding Intents

Jul 14, 2010

I have few intents in my manifest file and an AIR application. How can I instantiate AIR application from android.

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Android :: Separate Intents For Email & SMS

Jun 28, 2010

I have an app that has two buttons one for email & one for SMS. Depending on the button pressed I want to email or else SMS a certain text. I have coded the email button and it is working fine. The problem is that the dialog box that pops-up gives an option of e-mail or Messaging the text. I want to separate out the two, so that when the user presses email, only the options of email is there, and when the user presses SMS, only the option of Messaging is there.

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Android :: Need Widget / Pending Intents

Apr 26, 2010

I've asked here a question about Task Killers and widgets stop working (SO Question) but now, I have reports of user that they don't use any Task Killer and the widgets didn't work after a while. I have a Nexus One and I don't have this problem.I don't know if this is a problem of memory or something. Based on the API: So, I don't know why widget stop working, if Android doesn't kill the Pending Intent by itself, what's the problem? Code...

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Android :: Pending Intents In Notifications

May 13, 2010

I would like to show a notification that displays the progress of an ongoing operation. That works well for me. But at the same time the remote view should contain cancel button to stop the ongoing operation. The usual content intent should still do something else, i.e. not cancel the ongoing operation. It seems though that I can only have one intent. Code...

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Android :: Finding All Supported Intents

Dec 22, 2009

How do I LIST all the INTENTS supported by all the activities(all applications as well) in the Phone.

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Android :: Sample Program To Use Intents?

Oct 18, 2010

I am new to android. i want sample program how to use intent

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Android :: Discover Intents That An App Supports?

Jan 26, 2009

Is there any way to discover which intents a given app supports? An old post indicated that PackageManager.GET_INTENT_FILTERS isn't supported, might there be some other way to do this?

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Android :: Saving Animations In Gif Format

Mar 10, 2009

I want to save an animation that I wrote in android in gif format. I know how to take screenshot but is there any possibility to capture an anmation?

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Android :: What Is The Starting Point For Animations

Jul 19, 2010

I am at a stage where I can understand and write a decent Android application. At this stage, I am still not comfortable with SurfaceHolder, Canvas, View invalidate() etc. I don't have a CS background so I must've missed these from a CS Graphics course or something.

Starting directly with Android seemed like a bad idea because there are not many examples out there. And sometimes I am getting things done, but I don't understand what the heck is going on. For instance, there are a few dangling observations. Calling invalidate() from within a view calls its onDraw method but from outside it doesn't do anything and I don't know why this is happening. I know SurfaceHolder can be a powerful thing but I don't know how to use it.

For an absolute beginner to be able to handle this stuff, what are the resources one should follow? Is it animation basics or screen rendering or something else altogether? I mean, it cannot be the case that Android guys invented these concepts right? They must be similar to something out there which has some tutorials already. My end goal is to put myself in a position where I can write some simple custom views that can animate themselves and use some basic physics to react to touch events.

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