Android :: Include Large Videos Files In Droid Applications?

Jul 2, 2010

I was wondering if the Android had any limitations that would prevent 300+ MB's worth of videos to be included in the application?

Currently, I have several iPhone apps that do this, and due to demand, I am looking at the possibility of porting them over to the Android.

Android :: Include large videos files in droid applications?

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Oct 23, 2009

I want make it support multiple screens(small,normal and large).I am 100% sure the all of layouts are working perfectly now, but large screen,the problem is that all XML files of layouts in layout-large can't load,The platform always load default XML file(these are under layout folder) at large screen environment.

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Jan 29, 2010

How to include .jar files in android for a particular application in which KSOAP is implemented?

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Oct 5, 2010

I have done some searching on this problem and the consensus is that there is some sort of a cap on uploading videos to Youtube that are larger than about 10 mb. If you try to upload a larger video Evo then says it is waiting to use WiFi to do the upload. This seems like a Sprint cap to me to prevent their network from having to handle the bandwidth of uploading anything but small videos. (what do we pay the extra $10 for? That's for another discussion.).SO, now that I am rooted, does anyone know how to change the settings and remove the cap so that I can upload larger videos via 3G or 4G without having to use a WiFi connection? I am rooted and on stock 3.29.651.5 Android 2.2. I do not want to use flash a custom ROM just for this ability.

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Nov 3, 2010

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Nov 3, 2010

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Jul 7, 2010

More specifically, have the files show up: /data/data/
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Jul 22, 2010

I have taken a few videos on my phone and would like to upload them to share with people. I get an error message when trying to send to Youtube, Gmail or text msg that the file is too large. Any ideas (maybe through a downloadable app??) for how to get these off my phone and onto a computer?

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Jul 31, 2009

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My is like this:


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Oct 16, 2010

Well, I am sure that at some point in time you all have sent a video but I am trying to figure out why I can't send videos. Last night, I was performing at a night club and I wanted to send the videos to friends and what not so they can hear our singing. However, the video clips are anywhere from 8-20 seconds long and they are not in HD quality but 3gp. Yet it tells me the message can't be attached because it's too large.

Today I had a show, and my brother recorded me and I wanted to send the video out and it still says the same thing. Is there anything I can do? I love At & T but I am wondering does this have anything to do with their Data cap because when I had my Droid X and Incredible on Verizon. I was able to send videos up to 30 seconds long to phones via MMS but I can't send videos on my Captivate. I couldn't send videos either on the Xperia X10, I had, the aria I had, and now the backflip. (I am just using it because I love motoblur for the social networking, not the phone).

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Sep 3, 2010

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Nov 14, 2009

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Can someone confirm whether this is all part of the internal memory? In other words, can /data/data/com.mypackage fill this memory (potentially). If so, does this mean there is a good chance that getExternalStorageDirectory() will quite often return null? Because people will have less need to use an external SD card.

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Nov 14, 2012

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Jul 20, 2010

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Sep 29, 2010

Apparently you can't have a file in "assets" larger than 1MB (except for certain file types) because it's considered too large to uncompress. But I'm finding mixed info about how to circumvent this limitation. Some say that you can put the files in "raw" and avoid the limitation but others say that files in "raw" are compressed too.And there's the -0 aapt option that can be used to turn off compression for certain file types, but there's no way to specify aapt options in Carbide. I realize that I can break the file into pieces, but that's error- prone on both ends.And using one of the known uncompressed file types not only confuses things but also runs the risk that the Android PTB will decide to start compressing that file type.

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Jul 30, 2010

I want to upload files on a web server in my android app.Currently i am able to upload files around 5mb from the device but more than this gives a outofmemory exception and also makes app very unstable.i am looking for a method using which we can upload the data in the app background plus of bigger size.

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May 1, 2010

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Is there a better image viewer app out there that is good for zooming and scrolling large JPG images?

I would like to use Google maps, but the bicycle route mode still does not work in the Android app.

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Jul 14, 2010

I've tried downloading/transferring several files to my incredible over 3g. Tried downloading a couple times through the stock browser and also i've tried downloading through dropbox but every time the download gets randomly interrupted sometime between when 20mb - 100mb is done. I am not getting any calls or texts or anything that would interrupt it - it seems like the phone is going to sleep in the middle of the download or something. The files I am trying to transfer are approx 200mb .MP4 files and .MP3 files. Anyone know how to fix this problem and/or know of an app that will let you download or transfer large files from my home computer or from HTTP through my web host? On my BB Storm I had to use opera browser to download large files so maybe a different browser would work?

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Android :: Enabling Normal Applications And Handling Large Screens Such As Tablets

Sep 14, 2010

I've been studying the screen support of Android and yes, while it is flexible, I still don't see how you can support a "really large" screen like the Samsung tablet is going to have. I think no matter what you end up with lots of wasted real estate. The problem is the Android doesn't automatically "scale up" your application if you run in compatibility mode - rather, it fits it into a postage stamp instead. Because of this, how can you really make an app that will "never" have some postage stamping at all, unless you use all 9patch drawables and Absolute Layouts? (Well, you could draw the GUI yourself, which is what my Reloop Sequencer does). As an example, my drum machine app, Electrum Drum, has a certain layout for the buttons and pads. Now, on a larger screen, it would be nice to just make all the buttons and pads bigger. I need the same layout relationships between all the elements though. Basically I just want a "scaled" up version of the UI. Maybe I can achieve this with 9patch drawables and relative layouts? The issue is I could certainly make "large" graphical elements (if not use a 9patch drawable) but there is no way for something, for example, to know that hey, I have LOTS of space I can use.

Let's say for example, that you want a completely different layout on a tablet - say you want more buttons, etc, on your layout now. You can't do it because there is no way for the android app to "know" that this "large" screen is actually larger than "large". A Droid X probably reports itself as large, although the screen is only 4.x inches or so, where you would not have room for those extra buttons. This is no where near as large as 7" or 10", even at a pixel density of 170 or 240. I think the default behavior would have been better to scale up images in compatibility mode, and if the dev could provide higher res images then it would use them of course (put them in the large high dpi folders), but I don't see how a layout itself can scale correctly in really large cases like a tablet. We need some better explanation of how to handle these cases. I still don't understand how a normal app is going to be enabled to scale up easily. It would have been easy if Android would have just "magnified" the view, but it doesn't.

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Jun 10, 2009

I am working on an android app that needs to act on a few data files totaling around 30MB. I put together a test and the emulator failed with OutOfDiskSpace. Debugging on a device failed with even a smaller data size. After reading through the google groups, it appears that the application size limit isn't stated anywhere and nobody from google has been forthcoming with specifics about this. Given that there are iPhone apps that are over 100MB in size, putting such a small limit on Android apps seems weird, except just for the fact that you have a relatively small amount of total available app storage space (< 100MB).What techniques do you use to deal with this limit? If you have an app that needs more than 10MB, do you put it on a web server and deal with downloading it the first time? If so, how do you handle access control so that only your app can get the data?

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Aug 15, 2010

I'm looking for large home screens applications/widgets to make the use of my HTC Wildfire home screens - like the original ones.

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Android :: Eclipse Fails To Build Workspace On Large Files?

Jul 9, 2010

i have a severe problem with eclipse, where i need to compile a somewhat larger class. by "larger" i mean, the class has about 5000 lines of code... problem is that on saving this project, eclipse takes several seconds (30-40) to "build the workspace". to be exact, it says "50%" and keeps saying that for 30-40 seconds. then, it breaks with the following error:

[2010-07-09 15:28:39 - Dex Loader] Unable to execute dex: null
[2010-07-09 15:28:39 - myProject] Conversion to Dalvik format failed: Unable to execute dex: null
[problems window]:

Conversion to Dalvik format failed: Unable to execute dex: null this error is reproducible and keeps popping up until i comment out several thousands LOC, so that the file still has this 5k LOC, but ~2000 of them are comments. THEN it works...

i know that 5000 LOC are no really good programming style, but i need to do it this way for now ... (i have to write this much records to a sqlite database and since sqlite doesnt feature multiple sql-queries in one rawQuery-command i have to execute a single rawQuery() for each and every data record i need to push into the db.... - until i write a file reader to read this data from a file (that needs verification etc)), i'm stuck with this solution...)

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Apr 8, 2010

Please could anyone suggest an approach for transferring a >2MB video from a ContentResolver into a Bytestream, without running out of memory?
See question:

Here's the current code, which throws an OutOfMemoryError on the byteBuffer.write(buffer, 0, len) line when transferring large videos:

// get bytestream to upload videoByteArray = getBytesFromFile(cR, fileUriString);
public static byte[] getBytesFromFile(ContentResolver cR, String fileUriString) throws IOException { Uri tempuri = Uri.parse(fileUriString);
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Jun 21, 2012

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Can this be done by a simple RSS reader?

I don't want the files available to anyone without the app installed. It would only be a text list of the files, clickable to download.

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May 12, 2012

How to download large files over 100MB by phone.

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Dec 22, 2009

I've been havng trouble emailing pictures with my HTC hero ("unable to send mail" notices) and wonder if others have had similar experiences. The problem seems to be worse with anything greater than the lowest resolution. Even 400kbyte pictures are a problem. I assume this is just a file transfer problem, not a camera app problem (the app from which the file is mailed). Mails w/o attachments go thru 100% of the time.

I spoke with someone at sprint today, and the first thing they told me was that I need to have at least three bars of signal strength, then I was told that higher resolution pictures can't be sent from the hero.

Given that Sprint does not have more that two bars in most of northern new jersey, this is a bit of a problem. If this is true, I don't think they should be calling this a data service.

For the most part, internet browsing and even video like youtube and TED work fine, and most the time I can get an EVDO connection.

Playing with it a bit, it looks to me like the issue is maintaining a solid data link to upload the file. I'd expect better with a TCP/IP connection, as I've had some experience designing that sort of thing. Late at night, if I get two bars and set the phone down so the signal strength does not waver, I can generally send even a 5 mpixel picture that's nearly 1000k.

I've tried this with the mail set to allow up to 1000k transfers and with no limit on transfer size, and that has no effect.

Some specific questions I have are:

1) Are others having this problem?

2) Anybody have a solution?

3) Anybody notice if it's network congestion related?

4) Anybody know anything about messing with the TCP/IP settings like timeouts and retrys to hold a connection on a spotty rf network?

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Jul 26, 2010

I want to be able to upload my large 100mb recorded hd video to youtube via carrier's 3g connection instead of wifi when I don't have wifi available. It pops up with a message saying you must be connected to wifi in order to upload large files. Anybody know how to enable this feature?

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Mar 23, 2012

I've been watching my battery life recently as I hate my phone dying during the middle of the day and was wondering if battery life would be affected by playing large music files?

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Aug 29, 2010

I have a rooted Droid X running the 2.2 leak. I want to remove apps by renaming them to .bak files but I can't seem to do it with root explorer. Can someone help me manually rename the files by providing a list of comment prompt inputs?

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Oct 2, 2010

I've had a look at the existing PDF readers,

I've tried Repligo which amazingly doesn't seem to allow full screen, and also seems a little - blurry? At least it remembers what page I'm at.

The Adobe reader seems to render oddly when I zoom in - doesn't remember where I am in huge files when I close the program, and is generally really short on options.

I'm used to Goodreader on the iphone - that had cropping, you could lock your zoom level so you could freely scroll around without having to readjust for columns - it was just really good. Is there anything like that?

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