Android :: Request For Shake Functionality

Nov 21, 2009

The things that sometimes a brute force shake would be most helpful for and that I would pay money to have my phone do:

1. Shake to full brightness. When it's too bright to see the screen, it's a PITA to try to get the brightness turned up.

2. Shake to current phone call. Occasionally, I exit the phone app and it's frustrating not to be able to hop back over there quickly.

3. Shake to unlock. It's annoying to always be swiping when I just want to quickly check something on my phone. A quick shake would be much easier as an option.

Android :: Request for shake functionality

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Jul 8, 2010

this Android code worked fine before, but i'm having problems for some reason. here is the request i'm trying to make: i'm getting 400:Bad Request as a response, and i'm not sure why. isn't this the correct URL for requesting a token? the auth token is being passed as a header in all requests now, and i can request feed list, and it works just fine, so there's nothing wrong with the auth code. what gives? in addition, i can request a token in a normal browser, like Chrome, and get a token as a response body. so the request itself is not the problem. i just can't figure out what is wrong with my requests in code...

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Aug 21, 2013

I own a Xiaomi MI2S, running MIUI-3.8.16 @ Android version 4.1.1.JRO03L with Baseband version CEFWMAZM-2.0.128 017.

From my phone provider (Tele2) i have to dial a 1 (one) before my PIN-code when traveling abroad.

The code is accepted, I can be called and i can send and receive SMS messages.

However i cannot make phone-calls...

The error (?) is "DIAL request modified to SS request" and (very short) "not connected"

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Mar 1, 2009

Is there any Listener able to listen for shake movement. when someone shakes the phone an event should be triggered ,how I'm supposed to do that ,any idea on this topic is appreciable.

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Apr 8, 2010

I've been playing with the data given by the accelerometer,trying to work out how I can gauge a shake from front to back or side to side. This all seems straightforward enough.But I'd love to know the direction of the shake. So, if the user is shaking backwards and forwards, I want to know if the device is moving away from the user, or back towards him/her. I can't find any way of telling this.

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Sep 30, 2009

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Apr 30, 2010

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Feb 23, 2010

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May 13, 2010

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Sep 10, 2009

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Jul 16, 2010

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Jan 15, 2010

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Jun 21, 2010

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Motorola Droid :: Any Good Shake Apps Out There?

Dec 21, 2009

im privileged to be one of the few people in my circle of friends that own a droid and i blow them away in many feature comparisons as they all have iphones or blackberries but i noticed through the apple app store there were many cool apps where you can just shake the phone for certain features like wake-ups notifications and even being used in popular games just wondering what Android has that has that kinda cool "shake" feature i think it would be sweet.

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Jul 12, 2010

Anyone found a good shake to wake app.I read in one review that the Incredible has one built in but I can't find it.

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HTC Hero :: Why Is Shake Awake Not Secure For Incoming Calls?

Feb 8, 2010

I just downloaded Shake Awake thinking I'd give it another shot.In the settings, it says that enabling it for incoming calls may not be secure.Why is that?

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Android :: Implemented An Android Shake Detector That Works Well On Most Phones?

Jul 11, 2010

Has anyone implemented an Android Shake Detector that works well on most phones?I thought it would be fairly simple to implement but I keep getting false results. Basically, what I'm doing is setting up a sensor Listener, checking to make sure it is a SensorManager.SENSOR_ACCELEROMETER event, then only checking the event if the last event I received was more than 50 milliseconds ago (to try to reduce the amount of checking I do).Then I look for 3 "Shakes" within 4 seconds.A "Shake" to me being a speed reading of over 1000 followed by a speed reading of less than 400 within 1 second. If I don't get three "Shakes" within 4 seconds then the counter is reset to zero.At times it seems to work well but I continue to have instances where I just pick up the phone, and it triggers all three shakes, which makes very little sense to me because at other times, I can physically shake the phone quite hard, and not trigger all three shakes.As I said.. it works about 90% of the time correctly, but a 10% error rate is making the feature I want to implement useless.

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Aug 26, 2010

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Jul 31, 2009

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Nov 22, 2010

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Sep 10, 2010

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Oct 28, 2010

First, I'm new to Java and Android Development so I hope you're patient with me :)

My aim in my first app is to establish an ssh-connection to my linux machine running openssh and sending commands to it on the one hand and receiving stdout on the other hand.

Since there is an app for doing all the ssh that absolutely benefit to my needs, (connectbot) I thought it would be the best not reinventing the wheel and using connectbot for sending commands.

As I read there is a general mechanism in android to do so called intents. And I found that connectbot seems to offer such intents, but I don't feel able to use them at the moment and I'm not quite sure if it it works that way in general:

As I said I'm new to Java and android and only did a few hello world examples using these great xtensivearts video tutorials:
So its a bit hard for me to get started the right way. What do I want to do exactly?

Simply onpressbutton in my app -> sending a certain command in the background to the ssh-connected machine via connectbot or anything that can provide that.

In further development I would like to get data from the ssh-connected machine (stdout would be enough due to I could handle the output server-sided)

All this has to take place in the activity of my app. Even username and password should be configured via the settings of my app.

It simply should use the basic features of ssh via connectbot.

I would be really happy if you could help me getting started right with this issue. I know it sounds a bit hard for the first app but I really need ssh in my app cause it would greatly facilitate the server sided development.

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Jun 5, 2010

My first smartphone was the first generation iPhone which I still use to this day. With the release of the EVO 4G and the coming release of the 4th generation iPhone, I am excited by the choices I have.

Let me explain: I love how the GPS works on my friends 3GS iPhone. I love the way you can find yourself on the map and the little dot moves along the street with you.


1.) Does the EVO 4G have a function like that?

2.) The only Youtube videos I can find regarding the EVO 4G's GPS function are all related to driving. Can anyone link me to a video of a person using GPS while walking around?

3.) I would like your opinions regarding the EVO 4G's GPS functionality.

In closing: I will be honest here, if the GPS experience on the EVO 4G is not as sexy as on the iPhone, I probably will end up purchasing the iPhone. I will admit though, the EVO 4G sure is a powerhouse of a smart-phone.

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Jul 11, 2010

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Jul 2, 2010

how to achieve the "scroll past top" functionality that you see in some apps (like the HTC Sense email app for example) where when you scroll up to the top of the list and try to scroll up past that, it appears to pull down, and when you release it springs back up?

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Android :: Missing Network Functionality / Way To Fix?

Jul 31, 2010

Can any version of Android support simultaneous connections on both a mobile network (e.g. 3G) and a WiFi network? Here's the requirement: I want to connect to a local Wifi network of sensors/devices that is not connected to the Internet, and be able to transmit data to an Internet-connected web server. Obviously quite easy to do on virtually any platform in Java, but it seems that Android does not allow multiple networks/radios to be active at a time. Big flaw, IMO. Should be a configurable option to allow that. With Froyo and mobile hot spot functionality, clearly it is *technically* possible to do, but I don't want to be the Wifi "host", but rather, a "connected client" to another Wifi network, and then do web requests over the 3G network.

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Feb 20, 2009

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Jul 24, 2009

Are the following actions possible using the latest version of the Android API?:

Temporarily disable sending text messages
Temporarily disable receiving text messages

*Ideally, I would intercept them and queue them up for later delivery.
Temporarily disable incoming calls except from certain phone numbers
Temporarily disable outgoing calls except to certain phone numbers

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Oct 14, 2009

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