Android :: Cannot Manage To Get ADB Working

May 25, 2010

I want to start developing for android and for some reason whatever I do I can not make ADB show up my Nexus One. Both on and off in development mode. Both SD Mount and without SD Mount Both With USB tethering on and off for all "ADB devices"(windows XP64bit) show no device (service started successfully, device recognized in Device Manager correctly).

Tried reinstalling drivers, tried uninstalling drivers completely(using 3rd party software) and reinstalling, tried different versions of USB driver (up to the one before the last - that came with the 2.1 SDK). It seems online that this issue reoccurs on different devices, but all of them seemed to solve with one of the above solutions, Which none worked for me. It does not look like a hardware problem, because everything else that is USB'ed works correctly.

Android :: Cannot Manage to get ADB Working

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I just wondered if anyone had managed to radio 5 live working on the htc hero?

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Jul 10, 2010

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2) In other approach, Is it possible to handle one event by 2 widgets? If so, I could overlap the Gallery above a jog. The Gallery will scroll as he knows, and I will scroll as I want.
3) If those approachs are bad, what will you recommend ?

I don't get why the Gallery does not have this nice feature I want to implement, kind of: setBorders(left, right) and etc. The problem on extending Gallery, is that when you add a View (for instance, the "jog"), you specify a position. Gallery fills the gallery getting the Views of it container with: getChildAt(0) and getChildAt(numChildren -1) when filling to right and left, respectively. Then, it gathers the 'unseen' Views from the Adapter. So the added view (the 'jog') will be scrolled by Gallery, but when the view is no longer visible, the Gallery itself has no way to get back that view, as it's not in the Adapter.

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Android :: Ways To Manage Project?

Nov 5, 2010

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Android :: How To Manage Background Task

Nov 9, 2010

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Feb 1, 2010

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I know for a fact it works, and you can see that in this code I consumeContent() but adding that to the top code didn't seem to make a difference so I left it out.

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Plus, I would need to access the UI (changes, dialogs, ...). Maybe the application class isn't that a good idea ... ?

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Mar 10, 2009

I have an app that plays intermittent sounds while its activity is open, and the user is always expecting it to make these noises, but unfortunately it is constrained by the music stream volume. The options I have discovered are thus:

Adjust the music stream's volume, possibly deafening the user if they happen to be playing music at the time.
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Jul 25, 2009

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