Android :: File's Chinese Characters Can't Be Displayed / Droid Support ANSI Encoding These?

Aug 26, 2009

I have two text file, both of them contains Chinese characters, one text file is saved using ANSI encoding, but this file's Chinese characters can not be displayed by htmlviewer on the phone. The Chinese characters in another txt file saved using unicode can be displayed ok by htmlviewer. Do you have any suggestions on this, does Chinese characters using ANSI encoding supported?

Android :: File's Chinese characters can't be displayed / Droid support ANSI encoding these?


Android :: Read Text File / Can't Make Chinese Characters Display Correctly - Fix It

Jun 1, 2010

I have a text file which contains many Chinese characters, and the text file is in the directory res/raw/test.text. I want to read the file but somehow i can't make the Chinese characters display correctly. Here is my code...

What can i do to fix this problem?

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Motorola Droid X :: How To Use Chinese Characters In SMS?

Aug 22, 2010

So, for a lark, I downloaded the Google Pinyin IME, which allows me to enter Chinese characters on my Droid X. It works handily. But when I put the characters in an SMS using hand-cent, it never arrives at its destination. It's not that it arrives as gibberish, it just doesn't arrive. My friend, in a trouble shooting attempt, installed it on his Droid Incredible, also using hand-cent. I receive his SMS's with the Chinese characters in them perfectly fine, but he never receives mine. When I use my goggle voice account to send myself an SMS with Chinese characters in it, it arrives as little squares. Is this a Verizon problem, a hand cent problem, or something else entirely.

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General :: Mail Characters Encoding?

Jun 3, 2012

I don't know why but some emails I sent aren't showing properly. If I write something like: "hey, what have you planned for tomorrow"?

It's delivered like this:

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MIME-Version: 1.0
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At first I thought it was because of some ROM so I made a clean install of Gingerbread.This didn't fix it so I updated to ICS. Not even changing my written language from Chinese to English worked.

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Android :: Want Characters Chinese / Korean?

Jan 30, 2010

How do can have in my string.xml, characters Chinese or Korean. Is it possible?

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Android :: Get Rid Of Chinese And Japanese Characters On AVD 2.1 / 2.2 Keyboard?

Jun 22, 2010

Can anyone tell me how to change the Language & Keyboard start-up settings?

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Android :: Unable To Display Chinese Characters In LogCat / Way To Do

May 11, 2009

I have a statement like:

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However in the LogCat (Eclipse Plugin) the Chinese characters appear as some junk chars:

05-11 22:14:11.182: INFO/System.out(31582): My simplified Chinese characters: ååƒ

First, I thought it was a LogCat font issue but I tried a whole bunch of Chinese fonts and all gave the same result.

The Chinese characters display fine in my Java source code (UTF-8 encoded).

Also the chars appear fine in the Emulator. Any thoughts?

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Android :: Typing English Text Results In Chinese Characters

Apr 28, 2010

I've written this small app, nothing special it just contains an edittextview control and the strange thing is that when I type text on this textbox it converts English characters into Chinese (or Japanese, I can't tell) characters.

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Android : Way To Update SDK / Support Encoding Qcelp

Apr 8, 2009

I've added one new feature to Opencore & Framework to let them support encoding qcelp. But I found that Eclipse cannot figure out this new feature, e.g.

recorder.setOutputFormat(MediaRecorder.OutputFormat.RAW_QCELP);recorder.setAudioEncoder(MediaRecorder.AudioEncoder.QCELP);

Eclipse now does not think RAW_QCELP & QCELP as legal symbols. So, what should I do to update the SDK to pass though this issue? Overwrite its system.img, boot.img or some *.jar packages?

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Motorola Droid X :: No Chinese / Japanese Locale Support In FlyX - Add It Back?

Sep 8, 2010

Any idea how to add it back? I'm not taking about IME. All the foreign text shows up a blocks.

Not looking forward to going back to 2.1 and then 2.2 just for language support.

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Android : What Characters Allowed In File Names On Droid?

Apr 21, 2010

What special characters are allowed for file names on Android?

~!@#$%^&*()_+/.,

Also, can I save file with Unicode name?

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Android :: Language Support / Unicode Characters

Nov 2, 2010

My HTC Wildfire does not support Arabic and Hindi Unicode characters, however it supports Chinese. Arabic and Hindi characters are displayed as boxes. I have written an application that uses Google's translation service.

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Android :: Support For German / Polish Characters

Jul 27, 2009

I have an RSS Reader widget and I cannot seem to figure out how to set the encoding of the RemoteViews text view to unicode so that it can support German / Pol Characters pulled from the web. How should I implement this?

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Motorola Droid X :: Error - File Cannot Be Displayed Or Played

Nov 2, 2010

I've had the phone for a out a month now and everythings been amazing. However,starting yesterday I haven't been able to play any of my music, videos, online videos, nothing. The error I get mainly is "file cannot be displayed or played" or something like "audio file not supported" when I try to play music.

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Motorola Droid X :: Video Playback Error - File Cannot Be Displayed Or Played

Aug 22, 2010

Anybody getting this when they try view recorded videos? Worked well in 2.1, but I get this error in 2.2

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Android :: Android Language Support / How To Get Unicode Characters To Work?

Sep 23, 2010

Does anyone know how to get Unicode characters to work in an android app.
e.g Unicode U+00C1 HTML

I currently get these characters by holding down AltGr key on my PC keyboard and hitting the appropriate letter. (my Language is set to UK). I have used these characters in a custom Android App but when I call the application the characters appear as a Square with question mark in the middle?

I can add words to my dictionary in Android by holding down the letters required and adding them to my Android Dictionary. but when the same words are called from my custom App they appear as a Square with question mark in the middle?

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Android :: Show Escape Characters Of Xml File In App?

Apr 2, 2009

I am writing an application which reads the xml data and just prints it.The xml data consists of some escape sequence characters like &,"When trying to print the data, I am not able to get the original data.

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Android :: File System Root - Name Has Extra Characters

Jun 13, 2009

First I found the problem, then I found this truly ancient post:

http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/browse_thread/threa...

...with no responses. To browse the file system from the top down I suppose I can simply hardcode the root as a single slash, but I would rather "do it right". Can anyone explain why listRoots returns a root named "/XX" where X is a junk char? It's problematic because that file cannot subsequently be queried for further file system exploration.

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Android :: Does The Dalvik File Format - .dx - Support More Instructions Than Java .class File

Apr 17, 2010

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?

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General :: Droid Does Not Support Any File Format?

Aug 30, 2011

I am using a Samsung Galaxy 3 with android 2.2 and I want to install some application what is downloadad from many different sources. So now here is my problem:

1. I copy the choosen .apk file on my SD card.

2. I have downloaded ASTRO file manager.

3. I have ticked the option installing non-android applications.

4. I want to open the apk file from there but when I click on app installer I onyle get a blank screen and under the details I receive the following error message:

Could not open xy.apk as APK file.

In the meantime I have also copied some music files on my mobile, these are all MP3, works fine on my comp however when I wanted to play it on my mobile with several music players it said the file format is not supported...

The phone used to have 2.1 and I made the update manually but after the update...

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 : Write Chinese Message / Unable To Change Chinese Input

Aug 30, 2010

i was trying to reply to my friend in chinese but was not able to change to chinese input. How do I do it?

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Motorola Droid X :: Video Recording / Options For Encoding (MPEG4 Or H.263)

Sep 23, 2010

I have two questions regarding video recording on the Droid X.

1. What options are there for encoding? On my HTC Hero I can encode in MPEG4 or H.263. What about the Droid X?

2. My friend sent me a video from her Droid X, but I can't hear anything as far as audio in a normal setting. The only way I can pick up anything she's saying is if I max out the Media volume and hold the speaker directly up to my ear. Is there something she's doing wrong when she's recording the video? This has happened twice now.

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Android :: Widget Not Displayed In Android 2.0 - Initial Layout Displayed Only

Nov 1, 2009

Our application displays widgets that update every minute through Alarm. It works fine under 1.5 and 1.6 but since 2.0, widget is not displayed at all. Only initial layout is displayed.

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HTC Incredible :: WAV File Player - Player Does Not Support This Type Of Audio File

May 19, 2010

Every time someone leaves me a voicemail on my home phone number, VOIP home phone voice mail box sends me the voicemail as a .wav file attachment. When I try to play this .wav file the phone refuses, saying "Sorry, the player does not support this type of audio file".

So, I take it the .wav files cannot be played on Android phones. Has anyone found a workable and simple workaround to this yet?

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General :: Why Android Not Support NTFS File System

May 14, 2012

why android not support NTFS file system. I think NTFS more speeder than FAT and FAT 32 and other file systems. So is it technical or patent issue? I think NTFS file system developed by Microsoft

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Android :: Create BKS Keystore File For SSL Support Of Web Server And Handshake Process

Nov 9, 2009

I'm working on a litte HTTP server application for the Android. Now I like to secure the communication by using SSL. But I got stuck by creating a suitable keystore file. Searching the archives I came to the conclusion that it will be best to use a BKS type keystore since all other keystore types (like JKS) are not supported on the android.

Unfortunately I can't figure out a way to setup the keystore file. I tried OpenSSL - wrong keystore format. I tried the keytool from JDK - right keystore format but it doesn't support BKS keystores. I tried the Keytool IUI - I could create a BKS type keystore but it alwais ends up in an InvalidKeyException "Illegal key size". No matter if I try to create a new certificate or import it from a JKS keystore. (I tried to create the RSA ver.3 certificate with a key size of 2048 and 1024 bits.) How do you create BKS keystores?

For completeness here's the code I trying to use for loading the keystore:..............................

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General :: Android Music App - Player Does Not Support This Type Of Audio File

Mar 8, 2010

Music101 question: Im new to Android and I have a CLIQ.

I just copyied music files from my Windows-based pc the they all copied with no problem. The issue is when I go to play the music I have to force close the app repeatedly then I get an error message saying "sorry player does not support this type of audio file".

Is there an app available to convert files or did I mess up the path in someway that the songs, all mp3's btw, just aren't being located properly?

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Android :: Droid Phones Limited To 160 Characters On Sms / Why Is So?

Sep 11, 2010

Are Android phones limited to 160 characters on sms? If so why?

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Android :: Display Greek Characters In Droid?

Oct 15, 2010

How to display Greek characters in android? any example.

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Android :: Web View Encoding? Why?

May 28, 2010

I have started to work with the WebView component of Android Platform, but the API to load data to the component is confusing me, because it includes a parameter with a encoding. In both methods: public void loadData (String data, String mimeType, String encoding); public void loadDataWithBaseURL (String baseUrl, String data, String mimeType, String encoding, String historyUrl); you have to specify an encoding. In both cases, the API documentation says that is is the encodign of the data (data parameter). Well, as know, if you provide data as a String object, the String is internally stored in UTF-16 (unicode). To get a String object from a external source, you need to specify the external source encoding to convert it to UTF-16 and get the String internal representation (String(byte[] data, String encoding)). So, at this moment, when you have an String instance, everything from the original source has been converted to UTF-16. So, why do you need to specify an encoding if you are providing the data as a String object?

I don't know the internal implementation of WebKit, but let's suppose that, WebKit has a method, to render a source, providing as content an InputStream and a default encoding. Well, as I know, when you process a HTML page, you use the default encoding to read the HTML characters, and if you find a <meta> tag specifing a different encoding, from that moment, you have to use the new encoding to decode the characters of the HTML page. But what happens if you supply a HTML page that contains this <meta> tag: <meta HTTP-EQUIV="content-type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"/> using one of the methods specified at the top of this post, how are you going to read ISO-8859-1 encoding from a String that it is in UTF-16 encoding? if the WebKit filtering this <meta> tags, and doesn't taking in account the encoding specified in this tag? Well, all of this is very confusing for me, because I don't understand why the API includes this encoding parameter. I also don't know if the <meta> encoding tags are filtered when the source is provided as a String? Can anyone solve my doubts?

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