Android :: Definitive Ad Mob

Nov 16, 2009

After searching their website, all of the message boards and googling it to death - I have formed only somewhat of an answer to the following...

1. How much does Ad Mob pull if a user simply loads your app

2. How much does it pay if they click an ad

3. What is an average Ad Mob income in a given month (for a single app)

4. Preferred method : (a) Ad Mob (b) Make it a paid app

Fully aware that Android apps aren't exactly cash-cows, but a little extra income never hurt anyone, trying to figure out a planned implementation to acquire such.

Android :: Definitive Ad Mob


Android :: Looking For Definitive Location Finding Logic

Mar 31, 2010

I am looking for a tutorial that explains the logic for fast, robust location finding.Basically I am sick of Google Maps finding my location so incredibly fast and accurately while my own application struggles to get a location.I would be fine with pseudo code responses and I will explain what I am doing so maybe I can be shown what I am doing wrong.

1. Get the locationManager object.

2. Do a 'get best provider' call.

3. Get a list of all available providers.

4. lm.requestLocationUpdates(bestProvider, 0, 0, this); hit the location provider as much as I can to get my first signal

5. Send a delayed message.If a location cannot be found in 10 seconds, switch to a different provider and try again with lm.requestLocationUpdates(nextProvider, 0, 0, this);

6. Repeat step 5 until I have a location.

7. Once a location is found determine if it is the most accurate provider.If it is not try again with the most accurate provider on an 8 second delay.If it is the most accurate provider then set lm.requestLocationUpdates(currentProvider, 30000, 0, this); to conserve battery

8. Make sure to lm.removeUpdates(this); before changing the requestLocationUpdates

Now it occurs to me that it may be possible to iterate through my list of providers and do requestLocationUpdates for all providers at once.Is this a viable option or can you only listen to one provider at a time?I have seen that location from onLocationChanged has getProvider()to let you know who provided the location information so that I can know which provider is actually finding a signal and turn off the others.

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Android :: Modal Dialogs Definitive Solution

Feb 8, 2010

I decided to share the solution i found to the problem of Android not supporting real modal dialogs.The solution was to draw the dialog by myself. :-( Well, at least worked fine, besides the problem that its a bit ugly.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Is There A Definitive Way To Prevent OTA Updates?

Nov 17, 2010

This is my first post on this board and I wanted to express a great deal of thanks to everyone for the wealth of information avaiable.I recently rooted my EVO and installed Myn's 2.2 ROM which I am extremely happy with.There is NO CHANCE I would have done this without all the great info here.I have looked for this information and am a bit overwhelmed - this is the first phone I've rooted, so I am proceeding extremely carefully with all the things I do with it.I can't seem to find a definitive answer how to prevent OTA updates entirely.I'm not even sure I have to worry about it since I have a new ROM installed.The last thing I want to have happen is to wake up some morning and suddenly my phone is unrooted with a new version of Sprint's ROM. I am perfectly happy waiting for custom ROMs to come out with feature changes (for example, Gingerbread). If I never see an OTA update prompt again, and I can be sure it won't apply itself without my intervention, I'll be happy as a clam.

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Android :: Definitive Android Folder Structure

Jun 11, 2009

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Samsung Galaxy S :: Definitive Guide To Save An "image" Of Phone?

Oct 6, 2010

I have had my Samsung Galaxy S for about a month now, and have just recently took the plunge and rooted it. I am now seeking a means of backing up my entire phone using a method that will essentially "freeze" my phone's current state, allowing me to restore to this exact state in the future, like an image of my phone. I want all apps, SMS messages, contacts, all settings, everything to be frozen in time as a backup.

I have searched these forums and through Google search results extensively and found a lot of information, most of it regarding Nandroid, Titanium Backup, SPRecovery, ClockworkMod Recovery etc. My understanding is this:

Titanium backup is more of a soft backup, it backs up your apps and settings and allows them to be reapplied.

Nandroid requires the recovery mode to be flashed using ClockworkMod Recovery

SPRecovery can be used instead of ClockworkMod Recovery, but they both have their own pros/cons.

Is there a definitive guide to achieve what I want?

Most of the guides I have read have been tailored to other devices such as the G1, HTC Hero, Droid etc.

TL;DR: I want to make a complete backup of everything on my phone, save it as an image, and be able to restore it later.

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Nov 29, 2009

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Android :: Android How To Send Data From Server To Android With No Request From Android?

Oct 19, 2010

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Apr 14, 2010

I'm trying to open a dialog window, but every time I try to open it it throws this exception:

CODE:.................

I'm creating it by calling showDialog with the display's id. The onCreateDialog handler logs fine and I can step through it without an issue, but I've attached it since it seems like I'm missing something:

CODE:............

Is there something missing from this? Some questions have talked about having this problem when creating a dialog from onCreate, which happen because the activity isn't created yet, but this is coming from a call from a menu object, and the appContext variable seems like it is correctly populated in the debugger.

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Android :: Android WebView Not Loading A JavaScript File But Android Browser Loads It Fine

Jun 3, 2010

I'm writing an application which connects to a back office site. The backoffice site contains a whole slew of JavaScript functions, at least 100 times the average site. Unfortunately it does not load them, and causes much of the functionality to not work properly. So I am running a test. I put a page out on my server which loads the FireBugLite javascript text. Its a lot of javascript and perfect to test and see if the Android WebView will load it. The WebView loads nothing, but the browser loads the Firebug Icon. What on earth would make the difference, why can it run in the browser and not in my WebView? Any suggestions.
More background information, in order to get the stinking backoffice application available on a Droid (or any other platform except windows) I needed to trick the bakcoffice application to believe what's accessing the website is Internet Explorer. I do this by modifying the WebView User Agent.Also for this application I've slimmed my landing page, so I could give you the source to offer me aid. package ksc.myKMB;
import android.app.Activity;
import android.app.AlertDialog;
import android.app.Dialog;
import android.app.ProgressDialog;
import android.content.DialogInterface;
import android.graphics.Bitmap;
import android.os.Bundle;
import android.view.Menu;
import android.view.MenuInflater;
import android.view.MenuItem;
import android.view.Window;
import android.webkit.WebChromeClient;
import android.webkit.WebView;
import android.webkit.WebSettings;
import android.webkit.WebViewClient;
import android.widget.Toast;
public class myKMB extends Activity {
I already have JavaScript on the web browser on, the problem is the web view is acting to different from the web browser.

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Aug 15, 2010

I want to implement my own Tokenizer base on the file
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but I encounter an error "com.android.internal.R cannot be resolved" when I try to

import "MultiAutoCompleteTextView.java" to my project.

code:.................

I haven't research any solutions to resolve this problem.How to correct "com.android.internal.R.attr.autoCompleteTextViewStyle" my own attr?

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Android :: Does Android Eclair Code Base Support Plugins In Android Browser?

Jan 11, 2010

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2- Why "Google Gears" support is removed from the clair code base?

I searched the forum and came to know that earlier version of the Android does not support it at all? Here is the link for that, but this query asked in Dec'2008.

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Android :: Android How To Edit Specific Record From Database In Android Programming

Jan 5, 2010

At first,I have a database created by using Ruby on rails.I just already implement insert function(HTTPPost) in my Android Application and it's work.But I don't know how to retrieve specific record from my databases and insert it back to specific record in Android (Like edit function in RoR)This is my insert code :
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// Configure the form parameters
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Sep 17, 2010

I am doing some android development, and now I need to send some android application generated data onto a remote server (a database)?How can I do that? can I use direct JDBC connection and sql?

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Android :: Sending Info From Android Phone To An Computer IP With Android Emulator

Oct 9, 2010

So i am making a android app, and i want it to be so if i call lets say 911 it sends my GPS coordinents to a certain IP, i know everything but how i make it so if i call 911 it sends the info and how i can make it send the info to the IP via 3g,

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Android :: Android Market Hiding Apps With Bluetooth Permissions From Android 1.5 And 1.6

Jul 10, 2010

I released updates of my apps yesterday and they are being hidden from android 1.5 and 1.6 phones.

This is due to a Market bug which hides apps with bluetooth permissions from android 1.5 and 1.6.

Come on Google fix the market. We spend countless hours making are apps work on ALL android versions and now you do this...

This issue has been raised since June, but has only affected me since i made an update to the market yesterday.

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Android :: Mock And Performance Tests Available In Android For Testing Android Application

Dec 23, 2009

What exactly are mock tests... I need to know the mock and performance tests available in android for testing android apps..what is the best tool for testing android apps and how..

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Android :: Android - Add Menu Item To Android's Built-in Apps

Aug 17, 2009

I'd like to add a menu option to the Android camera app. Is this possible to do using the current SDK? I know I need to add an intent-filter tag in my activity. But I don't know what I should put in the mime type. I want to be able to process the live camera previews if the user selects the menu option. So what do I put into the type tag of the intent-filter? Also I suppose I won't be using ALTERNATIVE or SELECTED-ALTERNATIVE for the category as I want to deal with the whole intent?

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Android :: Does The Android Market Check Installed Android's Version ?

Jan 21, 2010

I was wondering if the market checks if the application can be installed on the device. For example, if I have an Android 1.6 and if I try to install an application with :"<uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="7" />" on its manifest. What will happend ?

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Android :: Android IRC Office Hours - Android Bluetooth RSSI

Jan 27, 2010

I have a question about bluetooth RSSI functionality on the Android (either 2.0 or 2.1):

It's easy enough to get the RSSI value when a bluetooth connection is created, but how can you repeatedly get the RSSI value of a connection that is already active? It's really important to be able to do this, because this lets you determine if bluetooth devices are close to each other or far away, but I can't find any appropriate function calls in the Android API.

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Android :: Moto Android Stuck On Android Splash Screen

Feb 5, 2010

I am having a bit of a problem with my Android. So what happened was I downloaded "DroidRootPro" from the market. I rooted my phone with this, installed the 800MHZ ROM image, rebooted and the phone came up great. I was actually surprised on how fast it became. Once the phone came back up, I tried installing one of the custom themes that came with that app (I know I should have left it alone). The phone than rebooted and I was never able to bring it back up. It gets stuck in this endless loop where it tries to boot but doesn�t get past the "Droid" splash screen, it just keeps rebooting every time.

Things I have tried:

-Wipe data/factory reset (in recovery mode), no go.
-Wipe cach partition, no go
-Restore from a "nandroid" backup, no go. I tried pretty much every combination of restores and am unable to bring the phone up.

Is there anyway I can download the factory image that comes with the phone, put it on an SD card and restore to that? I have looked all over but cant find any information on this.

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Android :: How To Reference R.java Of Other Apps In Android - Like Com.android.music

Sep 29, 2010

I am trying to develop an app to supplement the built-in music player. I've used git to download the com.android.music package and looked around at its code. I can launch the music player by copying some of its code and launching activities with intents.

Now what I need to do is get a handle to its current view. In the MusicUtils.java file, I see a line that says

View nowPlayingView = a.findViewById(R.id.nowplaying);

I'd like to do the same thing. Only I don't have access to the R.java file, so I can't write e.g. R.id.nowplaying. How do I do this? How do I reference the music players R.java? I do know the R.java stuff is declared public so that shouldn't be a problem. Right?

Is it even possible? I saw this related question and am now wondering: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2437271/how-to-load-com-android-music-code-into-eclipse-and-compile

I'm working against the Android 2.2 SDK, but it'd be helpful to know if the answer is different for older versions such as 1.5.

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Android :: How To Write Android.mk For An Application Using Com.google.android.maps.jar

Aug 26, 2010

I am developing an application using com.google.android.maps.jar It is OK to develop it with Eclipse SDK. but an build-error happens when building system.img with GMS licence (com.google.android.maps.jar is already installed at out/target/common/ obj/JAVA_LIBRARIES/com.google.android.maps.jar_intermediates/ com.google.android.maps.jar)

make: *** No rule to make target `out/target/common/obj/JAVA_LIBRARIES/ com.google.android.maps.jar_intermediates/javalib.jar', needed by `out/ target/common/obj/APPS/LifeStory_intermediates/classes-full- debug.jar'. Stop.

Here is my Android.mk

CODE:.............

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Android :: Android AsyncTask Testing With Android Test Framework

Feb 23, 2010

I have a very simple AsyncTask implementation example and have problem to test it using Android JUnit framework. It works just fine when I instantiate and execute it in normal application. However when it's executed from any of Android Testing framework classes (i.e. AndroidTestCase, ActivityUnitTestCase, ActivityInstrumentationTestCase2 etc) it behaves sarngely:

- It executes doInBackground() method correctly
- However it doesn't invokes any of its notification methods (onPostExecute(), onProgressUpdate(), etc) --
just silently ignores them whitout showing any errors. This is very simple AsyncTask example................................

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Android :: Android WiFi With Out An Android Mobile Data Plan

Nov 26, 2010

I was woundering if i bought a Cell Phone with out a Data Plan that had Android WiFi that i could still access the Android Network when I was in a WiFi area?Is Android WiFi Apps the same as Android Mobile Apps?

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Android :: Signed Android APK-File Running On X86 - And ARM - Android Devices

Dec 28, 2009

Android APK-Files are not binaries but byte-code-files. So is it possible to install the same APK-File on both - on x86-Android-Devices and ARM-Android-Devices? There are some x86-Netbooks with Android installed planned and I wonder if it is possible to run the APK-Files on both kinds of devices?

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Android :: Do I Need A Android Phone For Creating Android Applications?

Jun 17, 2010

I started developing android applications. And am testing with the android emulator. Do I really need android phone before releasing it for public usage?

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Android :: Get Started With Developing For Android Without An Android Phone?

Jul 29, 2009

More or less as it says on the tin. Before I even contemplate downloading the SDK, I was wondering if there was any way of testing Android apps that I'd write without an Android phone available to me? I'm unsure as to whether or not the tools that come with the SDK come with an emulator like VS does for Windows Mobile.Sorry if this is a stupid question, but maybe I'm searching for the wrong thing.Edit I don't suppose there's anything that'll let me write widgets on/for an emulated version of the interface HTC use on the Hero/G2 either is there? Not that it would matter that much.

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Android :: Sending Email In Android Using JavaMail API Without Using Default Android App - Builtin Email Application

Jan 7, 2010

I am trying to create a mail sending application in android, If I use

`Intent emailIntent = new Intent(android.content.Intent.ACTION_SEND`);

This will launch the builtin application of android, I'm trying to send the mail on button click directly without using this app.

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Android :: Accessing Https://dl-ssl.google.com - Android - Eclipse - Ie The Eclipse - Android Integration Plugin

Jan 30, 2009

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