Android :: Register Receiver For Events In Separate Thread

Aug 14, 2009

I want a separate thread from a service to register a receiver for wifi events. However as I need a context for doing that (and I'm using service one) I'm receiving the intents on the main thread. Is there any possibility to register a receiver for executing in other thread than main?

Android :: Register Receiver for events in separate thread


Android :: Use Thread With SurfaceView - Ie Draw In Separate Thread?

Jul 22, 2009

I want to do the drawing in another thread to speed up the game(it is way to slow right now). I was told to do this but don't quite understand why that would speed things up. Is it GameView that should implement Runnable? Should I make the thread sleep when not drawing? where should I start the thread? package com.android.WWS;

import android.app.Activity; import android.content.Context; import android.graphics.*; import android.os.Bundle; import android.view.SurfaceView; import android.view.KeyEvent; import android.view.View; import android.view.View.OnKeyListener; import java.lang.Runnable; import java.lang.Thread;...................

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Android :: How To Register For SMS Receiver Action?

Aug 14, 2009

Can you please tell me how to register SMS received action? I tried the following, but when I set up a breakpoint in onReceive() never get called. Please help if you have any idea.

import android.provider.Telephony.Sms.Intents;
registerReceiver(new MyReceiver, new IntentFilter(Intents.SMS_RECEIVED_ACTION));
private class MyReceiver extends BroadcastReceiver {
@Override public void onReceive(Context context, Intent intent) {
}
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Android :: Broadcast Receiver - Create A Broadcast Receiver Which Responds To System Events

Sep 28, 2009

trying to create a broadcast receiver which responds to system events and change system settings. I don't need any interaction from the user so I don't need an activity and have been trying to do everything through the manifest file. I've put a log event into my onReceive method but it never logs anything so I'm presuming my method is never called. I've tried this with both the 1.5 and 1.6 SDKs. I was hoping somebody could have a look at my code please and let me know if there are any problems.

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Android :: Register Receiver To Listen For Application Update

Jul 1, 2009

I'd like to add a Broadcast Action to my Intent Filter that listens for when my application is successfully updated(replaced).A new version of an application package has been installed, replacing an existing version that was previously installed. The data contains the name of the package."

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Android :: To Unregister A Broadcast Receiver Register Registered In Manifest File

Mar 19, 2010

I have been able to register and unregister a broadcast receiver from the java code and know that a broadcast receiver is unregistered (even if it is not done explicitly) on its own as the process that registered it is killed. Now I have a broadcast receiver which has been registered through manifest file and not through the java code, and need to unregister the broadcast receiver from the java code. Since this, i think would need a reference to System context that instantiates the broadcast receiver.

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Android :: Re-register AlarmManager Events On Upgrades

Mar 17, 2009

I read that the AlarmManager looses all registered intents if case the application that registered those intents is upgraded.What is the correct approach to re-register those intents considering the user does NOT start the application after upgrading it?

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Android :: Register To Internet Browser URL Change Events

Mar 20, 2010

I tried to register to Internet browser URL changes but no succes so far, I tried different ways:

1. Start the browser as intent, for example: Intent myIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse("http:// m.cnn.com/")); myContext.startActivity(myIntent); this.registerReceiver(intentReceiver, intentFilter);

2. Start browser using: myWebView.setWebChromeClient(..) Then override each and every onXYZ method ...

Now, I know I can start using: myWebView.setWebViewClient(..) and then override shouldOverrideUrlLoading(..), but the WebViewClient is way too simple internet browser, and would require me tons of additions to make it anything close to the WebChromeClient.

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How To Separate Recurring Events

Apr 24, 2014

i got many recurring events in my calendar.Now i want to separate those recurring events programmatically.

I do not mean how to get those events!!! I mean how to separate those events by adding an 'exception' or something.

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Android :: Starting Service In Separate Thread

Jul 27, 2009

i have a little frontend showing a list of items that it will retrieve from a service. I want that service to be started in a separate thread.so the UI is still responding to user interaction while waiting for that service to call a callback method. What is the best way to start the service in a detached thread?

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Android :: Separate Thread Within Application For Bluetooth Connection?

Aug 4, 2010

I want to write a separate Thread within my application (to do Bluetooth connection). Any idea where I can find any reference for help to write Threads in Android? I searched online but could not find any proper reference.

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Android :: How To Use Separate Thread To Perform Http Requests?

Aug 2, 2010

I have an application that is performing HTTP Requests (specifically calling the FogBugz API) when the user clicks certain buttons. Right now, I am just creating a service when the application starts, and then calling different methods in that service to complete requests. However, when I do this, there is the usual hang in the UI thread. I have looked at AsyncTask, but am not sure it will do what I want to accomplish. Because I need to instantly parse the XML that the HTTP Request returns, I need to have a process that is able to return this data to the UI thread. Will ASyncTask be able to accomplish this, or is there some other way.

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How To Change UI From A Separate Thread

Aug 27, 2013

Doing some simple android networking. My problem is as stated above, i would like to change the UI from a separate thread.

What i would like to do is add "Client successfully connected" to the EditText i have. The connection to the server is handled by a separate thread, and that is why i would like to do this. Another reason is, i have a different thread always listening for to what the server says, and what ever the server does say i would like to show it in the EditText.

I always get the following error:

Only the original thread that created a view hierarchy can touch its views

Ran into another problem. My code involves socket connections. It works just fine on the emulator. How ever it doesn't work on my phone. It was working a day or two ago, then just magically stopped. LogCat simply says permission denied.

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Android :: Remote Callback List Register Called On One Thread Broadcast Initiated

Feb 12, 2009

I'm an experienced C++/Java dev who has been truly enjoying that past two days of getting neck deep into the Android SDK. I can foresee a lot of sleepless nights ahead Now, being arrogant due to experience (lol) I basically wrote a hello world Activity, got it to work and promptly decided to write an out of process service with accompanying client for project #2. Android is so well thought out (if not exactly documented although that's an 'over time' issue inmho) that I had basically implented everything but callbacks into the client before realizing (and feeling like a total idiot) that there's a very nice example called RemoteService (lol @ me - again) Basically, this validated everything I'd been doing, although I did notice that because my client is in its own project and namespace and my service is in another project and namespace (but the same Eclipse workspace) that I had to have the service entry in my service's manifest AND my client's manifest (that one took me a while to figure out) in order to bind on the service. Anyhow, everything's great, I am starting to love on Android (figuratively) but I've run into <BRITISH-NESS>a bit of a sticky wicket, eh, wot?</BRITISH-NESS>.

When my client Activity binds on my service (which is running in its own process) and calls the equivalent of 'registerCallback', the interface is added perfectly to the RemoteCallbackList object and I can immediately (right on the next line of code) use the interface to send a notification to the client. Now, my problem is that when my main service thread tries to pull the interface out of the RemoteCallbackList via the broadcast methods, the RemoteCallbackList is always 'empty' - it returns 0 from beginBroadcast. After double checking ensure that I AM actually adding it to the list (because I've been a collossal idiot before) and that I am getting success back from 'register', I immediately think it's a threading issue, so: I add logging code to the service in key places to log what the thread id is repeatedly, and I think "uh, I think I need to use a handler of some sort to make the call back in the thread that handled the registration" and to double check I call beginBroadcast right after 'register' and find that it always returns back the correct number of callback interfaces. So it VERY much appears to be a threading issue (to me) so now I'm a bit stuck I've written a handler so that my main service thread can request the correct thread to actually call 'beginBroadcast' and then thought 'how is it going to know what thread that is...?' and instead am now thinking I need to pass, via a handler or something, the incoming interface from the thread that runs when the client calls the equivalent of 'registerCallback' to my main service thread. What part of the proper paradigm am I missing? BTW, as an example of the thread IDs, my main service thread is #1, the runnable I use for tasks in the main service thread shows an ID of #1, the message handler I was thinking I could use, shows an ID of #1, but the thread ID I get in my code in the service that runs when the user registers their callback is #7.

If I plan to notify clients when the service notices something it thinks they need to know, do I need to notify (somehow) the clients via the thread with ID #7 or do I need to pass the interface I get when the user registers their callback from thread #7 to thread #1 and call 'register' on the RemoteCallbackList from thread #1? Sorry for the verbosity but I figured more is better than less. Again, everything works great except this one little part.

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Android :: Broadcast Receiver / Service & Thread

Jun 23, 2010

I am starting to develop a new app and I am a bit confused about the structure I need to give it.I need to react to broadcast intents, so I placed a broadcast received in the manifest. Every single intent produces an action to be performed. Now the first question: should I start a service (maybe with non_sticky option?) or should I start a thread (or an async task) directly from the broadcast receiver? If I start a service, should I do all the stuff in its body, or should it start a thread. I should do the heavy job in a thread if there are time consuming operations, but what if the gui of my application is just an activity with the options and a button to start the service. What is the point in keeping the main thread busy? Do I risk to be killed for not being responsive? I read here and there that I can update the gui from a background thread. Can I do that even if it is started from a service? The AsyncTask's onProgressUpdate is said to run in the application main thread, but if the application is made of different activities, who tells me which activity is the user looking at while the thread is doing all its long work? The user could change activity in the meanwhile and then the update would be unuseful.I know it's (quite) a lot of questions, but I need to get some clarifications before taking the wrong path.

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Android :: Http Post Abort Not Returning Immediately When Called From Separate Thread

Mar 24, 2010

I am using a DefaultHttpClient and a ThreadSafeClientConnManager to share the httpClient across threads. That part is working well. However, when I execute an HttpPost in one thread, and call httpPost.abort() from another. It does not return immediately and continues blocking until the socket timeout is reached in most cases. Am I missing something else? I've tried using: connectionManager.closeIdleConnections(30, TimeUnit.SECONDS); connectionManager.closeExpiredConnections();

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Android :: Thread Class In SDK LunarLander And JetBoy Examples Not Each In Separate Java File / Why Is So?

Sep 9, 2010

Is there a reason why the Thread class in the SDK LunarLander and JetBoy examples are not each in a separate java file, rather than being inside the View file?

It would make things a bit clearer, IMHO. Am I missing something?

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Android :: Making Broadcast Receiver Post Of UI / Main Thread

Jun 10, 2010

Are we guaranteed that Application.onCreate() runs in the UI/main thread? I want to assume so but I can't find any information to make me 100 % sure. When I receive a broadcast I want to post a message onto the UI/main thread. Currently I've added a function in my Application class to return a handler (created in it's onCreate), is this a good solution? If not, what would be a better solution?

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Android :: Making Separate Service App And Separate Activity App

Sep 2, 2009

Making separate service app and separate activity app. swapnil kamble

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Android : Java - Implement A Run Method Of Thread If Create A Thread Global

Sep 7, 2010

How can I implement a run() method of thread if I create a Thread Global?

I mean If I create a Thread Globally then can I implement its run() method {" public void run()"} anywhere in my Application?

In the run() method I have to write the code to perform some action.

IF I can do it then please can anyone show me briefly how to do it particularly.

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Android : Handle Messages Between The Main Thread(the Deafult UI Related Thread) And The User Created Gamethread

May 21, 2009

I am writing an application in which i need to handle messages between the main thread(the deafult UI related thread) and the user created Gamethread.

The requirement is like this.

An activity(say "Activity_X") is setting the view by "setContentView(some "View_Y")". In "Activity_X" i have implemeted "onCreateOptionsMenu()" and "onOptionsItemSelected()" fucntions for creating menus & a switch case for action to be taken on selecting those menus.Menu has items like "resume/pause/zoom/" .

All action to be take on selecting these menus are implemented in "View_Y" in a separate Gamethread by extending "Thread" class.

So whenever a menu is selected in "Activity_X" i need to send a message to "View_Y". And on receiving this ,a particular action/method should be called in View_Y(GameThread).

How can i achieve this using Handlers?Is there any other way of doing this? Please do share with me some code snippets for these.

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Android :: Update ListView In Main Thread From Another Thread

May 27, 2010

I have a separate thread running to get data from the internet. After that, I would like to update the ListView in the main thread by calling adapter.notifyDataSetChanged(). But it does not work. Any workaround for that?

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Android :: Suspend / Resume Thread From Another Thread In Same App

Feb 20, 2009

I need to suspend/resume a thread from another thread in the same process. I tried to look into thread apis,but I couldn't figured out a way to achieve this.Can anyone pls point me some references to look or give a tip to do this.

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HTC Droid Eris :: Remove Certain Texts From Thread In Easily Instead Of Whole Thread?

Dec 28, 2009

Does anyone know how to delete certain texts from a thread in an easy manner instead of having to delete a whole thread??

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Android :: Main Thread The Same As UI Thread?

Jul 16, 2010

The Android doc says "Like activities and the other components, services run in the main thread of the application process." Is the main thread here the same thing as UI thread?

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Android :: Register App With C2DM

Sep 21, 2010

I am using the Emulator of version 8. and when i am trying to register the Android Application then it will gives the null registration ID. Please help me to resolve this issue. How can i register the Android Application with C2DM.My code is to register the App.

Intent registrationIntent = new Intent("com.google.android.c2dm.intent.REGISTER");
registrationIntent.putExtra("app", PendingIntent.getBroadcast(startCode.this, 0, new Intent(), 0)); // boilerplate
registrationIntent.putExtra("sender", "12786@gmail.com");
startService(registrationIntent);
handleRegistration(getApplicationContext(), registrationIntent);...............

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Android :: How To Register For SMS Database Changes?

Aug 17, 2009

How can I register for SMS database changes? I tried:
mCursor = mActivity.getContentResolver().query(Sms.CONTENT_URI, new String[] { Sms.ADDRESS }, null, null, null);
mCursor.registerDataSetObserver(mydataSetObserver);
where mydataSetObserver is implemented like this:
private class MyDataSetObserver extends DataSetObserver {
public void onChanged() { System.out.println ("1");
} public void onInvalidated() { System.out.println ("2");
} }
But when I tried sending a SMS message in the emulator, MyDataSetObserver never get called.

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Android :: Wanna Register For Google IO?

Apr 6, 2010

I tried to register too late for Google IO and its already sold out. I really wanted to go this year and don't care about getting a free phone. Anyone know if there is a way to still register? What about taking the place of those who cancel their registrations? Next year I will register the day it opens.

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Android :: How To Register An Application For ADC2?

Aug 18, 2009

Can you explain to me how to registred a project for the ADC2. Can i publish now or i need to waiting update the ADC official site?

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Android :: Register As A Team - ADC2

Aug 31, 2009

Does anyone knows how to register in the ADC2 as a team? Where can I asign the team members for an aplication?

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