Android :: Pass User Define Object Between Service And Activity?

Aug 21, 2009

I define a class Rect and a aidl file as below. code...

Android :: Pass user define object between service and activity?


Android :: Pass An Object From One Activity To Another?

Aug 28, 2009

I have an activity which implements an OnItemClickListener.code...

However, I need to pass some objects from MyActivity1 to MyActivity2 --

I see there is an Intent.putExtra() for all the basic types, and I even see a Bundle which is a collection of basic types, but how can I pass a generic "Object" to MyActivity2 ?

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Android : How To Pass Object From An Activity To Another

Oct 15, 2009

There is an activity which has an object. This activity(say A) starts another activity(say B). Can B use some object in A?

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Android :: How To Pass A Bitmap Object From 1 Activity To Another

Mar 17, 2010

In my activity , I create a Bitmap object, and I need to launch another activity,
How can I pass this Bitmap object from the sub-activity (the one which is going to be launched)?

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Android :: Way To Pass An Object Array To An Activity

Nov 15, 2010

I have read posts on passing arrays from and to activities, but I am confused as to how I would do it for my specific case.

I have an array of objects called DaysWeather (a DaysWeather[] array) where the objects have several String attributes as well as a bitmap attribute. I read somewhere that you have to make it serializable or parceable or something, but it seems messy at first glance.

Could someone lead me in the right direction?

Is there a simple way to do this?

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Android :: How To Pass An Object To An Activity Via Intent.putExtra?

Aug 7, 2009

I am developing an app that connects to a server. For that connection I created a class Client that maintains info about the connection . My app consists of several Activities and each of that Activity needs access to the Client object to communicate to the server. 1) Can I put somewhere the Client object so that all Acitvities have an access to it? 2) If not I would probably need to pass the object to each Activity via Intent.putExtra(). But putExtra doesn't accept Object as an argument. It only accepts several types like int, long, String etc. So how can I pass an object to another Activity?

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Android :: Getting Error / Pass Activity Object To My New Class?

Mar 26, 2010

I want to show messageBox or notification when connection lost in Static DB class but i cant use getApplicationContext() because its a static class and i tried to call other class called notification but i have error so how i could pass activity object to my new class .

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Android :: How To Pass String From Activity To Service?

Aug 30, 2010

On Sat, Aug 28, 2010 at 3:53 AM, Ravi Grandhi <grk.r...@gmail.com> wrote: > How to pass a String from an activity to a service?

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Android :: Pass Data From Activity To Service Using An Intent

Jul 20, 2010

How do I get data within an Android Service that was passed from an invoking Activity?

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Android :: Share An Object Between A Running Service And Activity?

Aug 8, 2010

I have an API Object that I made, and I would like to share it between a running Service and various Activities in my app, almost like if I was to make the class static. How could I go about sharing the created object between the two?

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How To Pass Variables From Service To Activity

Aug 30, 2012

how can I pass variables from service to activity and vice versa?

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Android :: Unable To Get Data From Activity To Service / How Intents Could Pass That?

Nov 24, 2010

I am pretty new to this but I was told I could get good help here. A friend and myself are playing around with creating Android apps (using ADT)

Here is how we are trying to make the program: in activity, user sets threshold values for the X and Y axis on accelerometer. When user hits button "Start", startService is invoked and starts TiltService.

TiltService is designed to run in the background always on the phone without user interaction. TiltService constantly compares the threshold with the accelerometer values and will vibrate if they are off.

My problem is I can't seem to get the putExtra() data correctly. I have overridden the onStartCommand in my service but I get the message "unreachable code" when I save the getExtras() to a bundle.

Here is the relevant code (I can post the whole thing, just do not want to clog up page) code...

I thought I understood the basic of how Intents could pass data, but I guess I don't. Is it obvious what I am missing?

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Android :: How Can I Get Current Activity Object In Instrumentation Object?

Sep 9, 2009

I want to do some automated testcase with Instrumentation . Suggest that my AUT has 2 Activity. After clicking the button in ther first Activity, the second one will be shown with new content base on what we enter in the first Activity.) Instrumentation provides us the function called startActivitySync() and return the Activity object for processing. My question is how we can get the pointer of the second Activity after the it is shown by clicking the button on the first activity.?

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Android : Way To Pass Object In Intent

Jun 25, 2009

Is it possible to pass an object to the intent so i can access that object in my new activity?

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Android : How To Pass Object In Parcel

Apr 8, 2009

I have two class, class A and B, B include class A, like this..

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Android : Get Activity Object From Intent Object

Sep 21, 2009

I have an Activity that running on system. I can get the Intent that is used to start the activity. But i don't know how to get the Activity object from the Intent object or something else. Can anyone tell me how to do this??? Note that, I don't use Instrumentation object.

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Android :: Pass Unparcelable Object Between Activities

Nov 17, 2010

I have an Object that I need to be able to pass between Activites. It implements Parcelable and I've written all the code related to that. The problem is that one of the properties of the Object is a Drawable - and really needs to be. Unfortunately, Drawable is neither Parcelable or Serializable. I don't understand how to pass it. The reason for having the Drawable is that I need to cache an Image that I've downloaded from the internet at runtime. I don't want to cache the images on the filesystem, since this would potentially end up using up a lot of space over time. I'm putting the image into a Drawable so that I can easily put it into an ImageView.

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Android : Way To Pass A JavaScript Object On Droid?

Feb 12, 2010

Is it possible to pass a JavaScript object from JavaScript to Java using addJavascriptInterface()? Something along these lines: var javaScriptObject = {"field1":"string1", "field2":"string2"}; JavaScriptInterface.passObject(javaScriptObject); How would such a call be captured on the Java side? I have no problem setting up the interface to send a string, but when I send an object, I receive null on the Java end.

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Android : Way To Define Two Intent In An Activity?

Jul 6, 2010

I need to start an Activity with two different Intent, can I define two Intents In an Activity node?

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Android :: Can We Pass Singleton Class's Object Via Intent?

Sep 3, 2010

Can I pass a singleton class's object from one activity to another activity using intent? I am using singleton class as image class img = image class.get Instance();, so i need the img instance for another activity, how can i pass an object instance in Android.

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Android :: How Can I Pass A Context Object To A Thread On Call?

May 12, 2010

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Android :: Pass Object Between ListView And Webservices Class?

Oct 3, 2010

I have a class A which is responsible for fetching data from web services in android and i have a class B which is responsible for creating and rendering List View in android

Now how can i populate data on List View once the data is fetched successfully.
well i have following options but which one is better .. (if someone has anyother then i don't mind)

1) Create an intent of Class B and
pass the data that need to be
populated

2) Creating a static method int Class
B which will accept the data as an
argument and call setListAdapter

in class B i have used Holder Patter to create ListActivity. ( for reference List14.java in samples of Android )

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Android :: Safely Pass Object References To New Activities?

Dec 8, 2009

I'm working on an application that requires non-serializable objects to be passed between Activities. The following page suggests using a HashMap of WeakReferences to accomplish this:

http://developer.android.com/guide/appendix/faq/framework.html

Is this solution safe? I know Activities are completely destroyed and recreated when the screen orientation changes. Couldn't those weakly referenced objects get GCed in the split second when the screen is rotated, since they wouldn't be referenced elsewhere at that point?

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Android :: How To Define An Activity For The Search Button

Sep 24, 2010

I am not using a SearchManager, but I have built my own custom search activity. I want this to be shown when the user clicks on the Search button. How can I do this?

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Android :: Pass In Object Java Class Embedded In As Parameter

Apr 19, 2010

I'm building an android application, which has a list view, and in the list view, a click listener, containing an onItemClick method. So I have something like this:

public class myList extends ListActivity {
@Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
getListView().setOnItemClickListener(new OnItemClickListener() {
public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view,
int position, long id) {
/* Do something*/
}
}
}

Normally, this works fine. However, many times I find myself needing too preform an application using the outer class as a context. thusfar, I've used: parent.getContext(); to do this, but I would like to know, is that a bad idea? I can't really call: because it's not really a subclass, just an embedded one. So is there any better way, or is that considered cosure? Also, if it is the right way, what should I do if the embedded method doesn't have a parameter to get the outside class?

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Android :: How Can We Pass Two String Values Of One Activity To Another Activity

Jun 2, 2010

first.java String[] items={"one","two"}; Bundle map = new Bundle(); map.putStringArray ("link",items); Intent myintent = new Intent(view.getContext(),two.class); myintent. put Extras (map) ;startActivityForResult(myintent,0); second.java Bundle map=this. get Intent() .getExtras(); String links=map.getString("link"); tell me that how can i get the two string values from one activity to another one. such as links[0]="one"; and links[1] ="two";

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Android :: Pass User Defined Intend Actions / Can I Create Own And Use In Code

Oct 5, 2009

Is it possible to pass user defined Intend actions?

That is instead of using predefined Intend actions like "ACTION_MAIN" can I create my own action and use it in my code?

If so how do I do that?

I have been surfing for this detail for long but dint find anything useful. Can any of u help me regarding this?

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Android :: Service Object Availability Between Activities

Apr 3, 2010

I currently have a service called ConnectionService. It instantiates a Connection object that gives me access to a controller of TCP.

I start the service from a splash screen activity, which sends and intent and starts my "main" activity once a connection has been established. In the "main" activity, I can access my Connection object and communicate with the controller. However, when I start a new activity from the "main" activity and bind to the service, I get a NullPointerException when I try to call methods in the ConnectionService.

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Android :: Service Connection Object Is Never Triggered

May 26, 2010

I have followed the Local Service example provided by Google, but my Context::bindService(...) always returns false and there is Service Connection::onServiceConnected is also never called. I understand that Context::bind Service() returns immediately, but my Service Connection object is never triggered. I don't know if these apply My activity is running inside a tabHost and I was wondering if that can affect service binding in any way. The Service itself may have a problem, but I can call start service to the same service with the same Intent and it works as expected. Does anyone have experience with this? Please help me out.

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Android :: Want To Get Current Focus View Object In Service?

Nov 18, 2010

I want to get the current focus view in my Service to check the view is a EditText and append some texts in it (for all EditTexts, not only in my application).

I found some methods to do this, like Activity.getCurrentFocus() and Windows.getCurrentFocus(). But these methods are used in a Activity.

How can I use these methods in a Service? Or is there another way to do?

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