Android :: Launch Activity At End Of Phone Call

Nov 21, 2009

I would like to launch an activity at the end of a phone call. Could not find any reference to that. How can I do it?

Android :: Launch activity at end of phone call


Android :: Launch Activity Like Phone Call?

Sep 27, 2009

1. i have a service that will launch an activity. How to make the activity launched like a phone call? i mean when the phone screen is locked, it will awaken.

2. how to start a service right after downloaded and installed from android market?

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Android :: Launch Activity Call Without Screen Change

Sep 28, 2009

It is possibile to start an outcoming call without change screen? I've a widget that perform a call for get remaining credit, but I don't want to change screen... If this isn't possibile, is possibile to return to the home screen when the call is terminated? Now the screen remain on last call log.

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Android :: Way To Launch Phone Activity?

May 5, 2009

How can I launch an android activity, defined with.* public class MyActivity extends Activity {...}.from a Java method ?

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Android :: How To Launch External Activity In Current Activity's Process?

Aug 27, 2010

My app is comprised of a set of reusable Activities that other apps can reuse. For various reasons, I would like my Activities to be launched in context of the invoking Activity's process, instead of always being launched in my Activity's process (default behavior on Android). How can I achieve this?

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Android :: How To Launch An Activity Directly From Activity?

Aug 31, 2009

In my android project, I have 2 Activities. How can I launch an Activity from an Activity. I know I can do 'startActivity', but my activity has NOT registered for any Intent, is there anyway I can still launch it from my activity?

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Android :: How To Call Activity From A Menu Item In Phone?

Nov 12, 2010

I'm attempting to call start Activity(myIntent) from the click of a menu button but my application crashes at that point. The same start Activity call works fine from a regular button click, so, I assume the menu button is missing information about the context? Or maybe I'm totally off the mark here. So what's the correct way to have a menu item take me to a specific Activity? I've revised my code based on the initial set of advice. Still crashing in the same place. The debugger doesn't enter the exception clause, the app just dies. Code...

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Android :: Activity In Case Of Incoming Phone Call?

Mar 12, 2010

I want to know that what will happen to my activity incase of an incoming phone call? Will the state of my activity be saved or I have to explicitly save it? Another question is that will the activity resume after the call is disconnected?

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Android :: How To Launch An Activity In Another Apk?

Nov 30, 2009

I have 2 projects (each has its own apk). Can you please tell me how can I launch an activity which is in another apk that I created? I have this activity which I want to launch from another project: what should I put in here so that I can launch this from another activity in another project?

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Android :: Launch Activity Without UI?

Apr 24, 2010

Is it in any way possible to launch an activity from the main function without having a UI? i.e. is there a way to create a sort of "wrapper" around another activity, i.e. by launching the main activity, it takes you to another activity automatically. If that is not possible, is there a way to remove the main activity from the stack so that clicking the back button does not take you to a blank UI?
Here's an example of what I'm trying to do:

public class WrapperActivity extends Activity {

/** Called when the activity is first created. */
@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
final Intent intent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_DIAL, Uri.parse("tel:555-1212"));
startActivity(intent);
}
}

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Android :: Void Activity Destruction (orientation Or During Incoming Phone Call)

Aug 3, 2009

I have a requirement where I have to read/parse some data from the server(using HTTPConnection) and then display it on to the screen. To avoid ANR issue I used AsyncTask to perform the above. Now in order to avoid application crash in case the activity gets destroyed(either by OS or if orientation changes or say on any incoming call-->where user stays on the phone for long and for some reason OS destroys/recreates the activity). Currently, I hols the reference of AsyncTask in my activity and then provide a callback(the activity itself) to AsyncTask so that I can pos back message to activity(like closing progress dialog box).In order to avoid memory leaks on onPause I nullify this activity reference in AsyncTask.Before onPause I save the AsyncTask instance using onSaveInstanceState method but I have to use putSerializable for that. I have read on the forums that serialization method is slow, so my question is should I use parcelable approach(and whether the converting AsyncTask to parcelable will be same as creating any other object parcelable). or both these approaches are totally wrong i.e...............

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Android :: Launch An Activity On Certain Key Sequence?

Feb 18, 2010

For example, typing "321" launches my application.

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Android :: How To Launch Activity From Browser?

Mar 6, 2010

I can launch several activities by clicking on link. These Activities are - phone dialing, web browser and probably couple more. My question is how to extend this list? How to make new Activity launch-able by link clicking? Let's say if someone receives email with link myapp://something.here?par1=val1 and clicks on this link my Activity starts. Is it doable?

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Android :: Way To Launch Activity From Web Browser?

Mar 4, 2009

Is there a way to launch an activity from the web page? Like <a href="dialer:123456">Call me </a>?

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Android :: How To Set A Shortcut Key To Launch An Activity?

Oct 21, 2009

How to set a shortcut key to launch an activity ? Lets say I have an app "TestApp". I want to set a shortcut key (e.g alt + T ) to launch activity of TestApp. Is there any way to set such shortcuts to android apps?

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Android :: Launch Activity At Certain Time

Dec 28, 2009

I'm new to Android development, so I might be missing something obvious. I want to launch an activity when the user's phone clock hits a specified time (similar to an alarm). However, I'm not sure how I would go about doing this as constant polling of the clock seems inefficient and a waste of resources. Do I need to capture broadcast events from the lclock, or use PendingIntents?

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Android :: Launch Activity For Certain Record

Jun 2, 2010

I have an screen that displays all the names in the Contacts in a ListView. When the user clicks on a name, I want to launch another Activity which display the details of the selected Contact (Phone number/ email) in another screen. How do I display details for the selected row. (i.e When starting the intent how do I send over the row_id of the item selected)?

I've tried the following code:
Intent i = new Intent(this, ContactDetails.class);
startActivity(i);

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Android :: Launch An Activity In A New Process

Jul 29, 2010

In order to keep some native code happy, I need to launch an activity in a new process. Does anyone know how to do this?

I can set the activity's process attribute in the manifest, but this will cause *all* instances of the activity to appear in the *same* process, which I can't have.

I'm willing to use internal APIs for this, and I've found Process.start(), but it's not at all clear how this is supposed to be used.

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Android :: Kill Or Wait Phone Activity (incoming Call) Between Running Application?

Jun 30, 2010

Is it possible if my application is running and that time if any incoming call arrives then i want to kill or wait that call (phone activity). any one achieve this type of work in android. i have a no idea how to do this.

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Android :: App To Launch Screen Lock While In Call?

Oct 26, 2010

Anytime I get in a call and hold the phone to my ear with my should, I start hitting buttons like Mute, Add Call, End Call, etc. I've already been through 3 replacement devices, and all 3 have the issue.

I learned last night (after fighting with a tech at version for 2 hours) that the issue is really just a design flaw by Motorola. If you make an out going call, and then cover the light sensor with your hand (while the phone is vertical), all works great. If you keep the sensor covered and start laying the phone on it's back, eventually the screen will unlock. Doesn't happen every time, only about 80% of the time.

Needless to say, Verzion told me that because that's how Motorola designed it I'm stuck having to deal with it. So now I'm trying to find an app that can lock my screen while I'm in a call. I have bought Screen Suite but it really does way too much for me (plus, I hate the lock screen on it). I much prefer the default lock screen.

Does an app exist that can launch the stock lock screen while in a call? If not does anyone know if the SDK even provides the means to launch the lock screen? Because if so I may have to resort to writing my own app for it.

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Android :: How To Update App's Icon Launch Activity?

Jul 14, 2010

I'm currently running into an issue that makes sense but I'm not too sure how to resolve it... Here is the scenario: App v1 icon LAUNCH is set to Activity Main from the manifest file. App v2 icon LAUNCH is set to Activity All from the manifest file and Activity Main no longer exists. After updating to App v2 the app icon fails to launch the application saying it doesn't exist! After a restart of the phone things work. So how can I refresh the applications package or better the launch icon and shortcut icons so that my users don't experience this after an upgrade of my newest app version?

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Android :: How To Show Up Animation At Activity Launch

Jun 22, 2010

i have a launcher activity which shows up the blank screen at the start up..i want to show up some animation using an animatd.gif...i initialize my layouts viz home etc when the oncreate of launcher is called, but how do i add some animated image until my first layout is shown..i also doubt whether android supports animated gifs or i have to do a workaround.

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Android :: Activity Launch Timeout Even With Wakelock

Oct 20, 2009

I have the following code in Oncreate of my activity:

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

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Android :: RatingBar OnClick To Launch New Activity

Aug 9, 2010

I have a ListView that uses different XML files to create Views and make items out of. One of these XML files contains a RatingBar. Everything displays and looks excellent. I'm trying to attach an onClick handler to the RatingBar to launch a new Activity. My RatingBar is of style ?android:attr/ratingBarStyleSmall; so it's just an indicator (I want the small RatingBar click to take the user to an Activity where they can do various ratings).

My problem is the onClick handler for the RatingBar never gets executed. What makes it more interesting is that I've used the same code to make a LinearLayout clickable and it works fine. My Adapter's getView looks as such:...............

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Android :: How To Launch Internal Activity From PreferenceScreen?

Jun 9, 2009

Using PreferenceScreen in xml format we can launch activity by specifying Intent as shown in sample application.This will launch Browser activity which is registered to handle http protocol. But this is not working. Getting exception of ActivityNotFound.

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Android :: Opening A Second Activity And Fails To Launch?

Apr 12, 2010

What i'm trying to do is to open an Activity when i click on a button.

This is my code in my main activity.

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

The program launches no problem when i just implement the first button (restuarant).

But when i try to implement the button that i have commented out it fails to launch. and yes i have added the activity to the manifest file.

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Android : Way To Launch An Activity Form A Service?

Jul 13, 2010

i'd like to Launch an Activity Form a Service. I know that this is not best practice for android however i am creating an application that is just a service and the first time it runs the user needs to accept some terms and conditions (this is the activity i need to launch). Can any one help me some code to do this? Is it possible?

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Android : How Can I Change Main / Launch Activity?

Jul 13, 2010

I think I already know the answer to this, but I just wanted to confirm (I think no horrible ramifications)...

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Android : Can App's Main Activity Be Bypassed On Launch?

May 9, 2010

Are there any scenarios on Android where a process can be instantiated (classes loaded, etc.) and a non-main activity launched without going through the main activity? Background: my app has a single main activity (android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" and android:name="android.intent.category.LAUNCHER"), some secondary activities, and a preferences class providing static methods meant to be called from anywhere. These static methods' implementations require a Context, and so the class has a static Context member s_context; the static methods assert that s_context is non-null before using it. The very first thing I do in my main activity's onCreate() method is pass getApplicationContext() into the preferences class so it can set s_context.

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Android : How Can I Launch Droid Activity Via A Class Name?

Oct 5, 2009

How can i launch an android activity via a specified class name of an activity?

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