Android :: SIP Protocol Stack

Oct 12, 2010

How can i implement SIP protocol in android.I want to make video conferencing application using SIP protocol.So is it feasible using SIP protocol and how to start.

Android :: SIP protocol stack

Android :: Which Is Best Protocol TCP Or UDP?

Nov 3, 2010

Im going to develop one android application which transfer music file, contact exchange, voice chat, text chat etc.through WiFi. Which protocol will suit my application UDP or TCP. Because both protocol having some merits and demerits. Can u give me some suggestion, it will helpful for me.

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Android :: Need MMSH Protocol Library

Apr 27, 2010

Do you know any way on how to play a stream using mmsh protocol? It seems android at default cannot play mmsh streams. Any idea or inputs on how to start?-- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Android Developers" group. To post to this group, send email to To unsubscribe from this group, send email to android-developers+unsubscribe For more options, visit this group at

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Android :: Custom Protocol Handler

Nov 11, 2009

i want to do the following thing - when a user navigates to a web page, I want to have a link in there that looks like this: <p><a href="myprotocol://blah=42">Click here for fun.</a></p> Then when the user clicks on that from the phone browser, I want it to launch my intent with that full url. In my AndroidManifest.xml file, I have the following info: <activity android:name="com.test.MyActivity" style="@style/ MyStyle"> <!-- custom protocol association --><intent-filter><action android:name="android.intent.action.VIEW"></action> <category android:name="android.intent.category.DEFAULT"></category><category android:name="android.intent. category. BROWSABLE"> </category><data android:scheme="myprotocol"/></intent-filter></activity>When I try this, when I click on the link on the web page from the phone browser, it says -- Web page not available The Web page at myprotocol://blah=42 might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.

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Android :: Protocol Buffers (protobuf)

Jul 21, 2009

When using Protocol Buffers with Android (running in the Windows VM) I'm noticing that the first time I instantiate a protocol buffer based class Android lags for some time. When I step through it looks like it's spending a lot of time dynamically loading the protocol buffer classes. Is there something I can do to speed up this process? I haven't tested yet on a physical device, so the delay might not be as bad but in the VM it takes about 30 - 45 seconds to load all the classes and get past that first message instantiation. What I did was downloaded the Protocol Buffers source code. Compiled files. Stuffed them into a .jar. Added the .jar as an external library to my Eclipse project. Generated the .java classes from the .proto files. Added the generated .java files to my project. Ran my project. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong it terms of how to reference external libraries with an Android project, but 30-45 seconds seems like a very long time to wait on a 2.6GHz machine. Also, I recently learned that android uses Protocol Buffers internally. Will this cause any sort of conflicts with my included .jar that could be the problem? I *think* the namespace is different but I'm not entirely sure. Lastly. Why did Google use Protocol Buffers internally and not make it available to SDK developers. This makes me very sad knowing that it's all right there and I can't use it.

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Android :: ICAP Protocol Error

Jul 20, 2010

For some reason, my Desire won't access any internet pages this morning. When I select any of my favourites it tries hard, but then flicks to a page that says:ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved.The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: ICAP Protocol error The system returned: [No error]This means that some aspect of the ICAP communication failed.Some possible problems are:The ICAP server is not reachable.An illegal response was received from the ICAP server.I've cleared the cache, cookies and history. I'm with Orange if that helps! I've checked a number of sites. I've tried going via favourites and typing URL directly into the address bar. I use the standard Android browser.

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Android :: Playing Video Using Mms Protocol

Mar 27, 2010

Using the Android SDK, is it possible to play a video stream using the MMS protocol I am streaming video from a PC using windows media. I can use Windows Media Player to play the stream by just inputting the following URL in Windows Media Player mms:// Is it possible to play the same stream using the Android SDK?

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Android :: Can't Decide Between SOAP Or XML-RPC Protocol

Apr 7, 2010

We are designing an internal system that will have a .NET PC base station and many Android mobiles, communicating over WiFi. Can't decide between SOAP or XML-RPC protocol. Primary concerns are maturity, compatibility, and the minimizing of coding/integration, in that order. Which is best?

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Protocol For Google Talk On Android?

Nov 1, 2011

which protocol Google Talk on Android uses? I know that for the Talk application on Gmail uses the Jabber/XMPP protocol. I need to know what protocol (or if it's the same protocol) that's the protocol being used on port 5228.

The reason being, my organization will open the port to the Android sync and push services but only for that specific protocol (for security purposes obviously).

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Android :: How Can I Create Protocol Similar To Gmail?

Feb 11, 2010

I would like to explain me better. In android once you receive an email on gmail you would get notified almost in realtime. How does it work? Thinking about an answer i had 1 idea: Android is connected to a gmail server which does not send anything untill it has new mails This solution , which is the only one i can think about, is a little bit expensive, in term of battery consumption. Do you have further ideas? If not do you know some opensource server that will accomplish my idea?

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Android :: SDK Support For Yahoo Messenger Protocol

Sep 21, 2010

Does Android Support OpenYmsg Api?

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Android :: Intent Filter By Protocol Specifier

Oct 12, 2010

are there any docs covering the filtering of the protocol specifier? Something like the market application does with "market://", i'd like to make with my application.

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Android :: Accessing Google Calendar Through Using Given Protocol

Jan 21, 2010

I need to insert,update,delete events in google calendar using android. I tried using the protocol given at /apis/calendar/data/2.0/developers_guide_protoc but I was unable to go beyond authenticating the user. I was able to authenticate the user and I extracted the Auth code using:- temp1 = EntityUtils.toString (response. getEntity ()); if(response.getStatusLine().getStatusCode()==200) auth = temp1. substring (temp1. indexOf ("Auth=")+5).trim (); After this I tried inserting an event which did not work. I was getting status code 200 in response and I am not sure even if I did get a proper response, how can I extract the cookie s and gsessionid for my next request. I tried creating a calendar instead and I received the same status code 200. I used the following code:- String messageBody="<entry xmlns= 'http://www. /2005/Atom'"+ " xmlns: gd='http:// schemas. /g/2005'"+ " xmlns:gCal=' /gCal/2005'>"+" <title type='text'>ABC Project Schedule</title>"+ " <summary type='text'>This calendar Type as otherwise I would get a ClientProtocol Exception (content- length was causing the exception, didn't put content-type since it is already mentioned in the entity not sure where it should be defined). I am sorry that I don't understand the basics correctly.

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Android : Need A Wireless IP Protocol Using Just Cell Phone

Feb 11, 2009

How does Android provide support for traditional TCP or UDP sockets? Is there a wireless IP protocol using just the cell phone? If so, how does this work? Or, do I need an 802.11 chipset in the handset (assuming this isn't standard)?

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Android :: Stack Of Activity From Activity Stack

Nov 2, 2009

There is a stack of activity i want to call the activity from that stack , My question is that is it possible to check from that stack and call that intent.When i press home button and again when i press the executable it should start the activity where i have left .Is it possible?Any example related to the same would be great help

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Android :: Naming Phone - Natural Voice Protocol

Dec 21, 2009

I was wondering if there is an app that allows you to name your phone. For example lets say i named my Droid. Optimus Prime And then i could use voice protocol after saying my phone's name For example Optimus Prime please text autobots (contact group), "Autobots Transform and roll out!" After saying its name the phone would automatically know that Autobots is a contact group and that the message i want texted is "Autobots Assemble!" Is there an app like this already? If there isn't it would be a great idea for one.

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Android :: Custom Protocol Handler For Urls In Webview

Nov 6, 2010

I am hoping to create my own protocol handler for urls in a webview. I have tried two approaches already. The first was to attempt something similar to the approach defined here to create a customer protocol handler. /onlineTraining/ protocol handlers / This works in a command-line Java program if I correctly set the system property java.protocol.handler.pkgs, but it does not work in Android, probably because I cannot figure out where to define this system property. Defining the system property in the code does not work. I assume this is because it needs to be loaded when the application first starts. I have also attempted to use URL.setURLStreamHandlerFactory. This works for creating URL objects within the code, but it does not seem to be associated with the WebView. Any ideas on how to get this working?

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Android :: Uploading Bitmap To Server With Http Protocol

Jul 8, 2010

i have a camera Activity after which i take a picture and saving it to gallery and uploading to the server My upload code is not working, i need help on this? // image capture
Intent intent = new Intent("");
startActivityForResult(intent, 0);
//image Saving
if (requestCode == 0 && resultCode == RESULT_OK)
{ Bundle extras = data.getExtras();
Bitmap b = (Bitmap) extras.get("data");
ImageView mImg;
mImg = (ImageView) findViewById(;
// save image to gallery
Shot = "HeadShot"; //Long.toString(System.currentTimeMillis());
MediaStore.Images.Media.insertImage(getContentResolver(), b, Shot, NAME);
//Upload to the server public void Upload(String url, HttpEntity imgdata) throws Exception, Exception {
DefaultHttpClient client = new DefaultHttpClient();
HttpPost post = new HttpPost(url);
post.setHeader("Content-Type", "bitmap; charset=utf-8");
post.setURI(new URI(url));
HttpUriRequest request = post;
HttpResponse response = client.execute(request);
HttpEntity entity = response.getEntity();
return entity.getContent();

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Android :: Google Spreadsheet API Update Edit With Protocol

Jul 15, 2010

I'm trying to implement some basic functionality for Google Spreadsheets,using the protocol specification with requests.The reason i'm doing this because it is for Android, and gdata-java library doesn't really work and the alpha android one doesn't really cut it.I managed to implement authentication, and get for lists, and delete, but for editing updating a row i can't really wrap my mind around it.For example i want to change the contents of a cell here is the specification for the protocol From my understanding of it, i have to send some sort of atom or xml formatted request to the edit URL. I never sent such type of requests. I also found this, which gives a clue on how it should be done (also an unanswered question on a forum), but didn't really managed it.Here is my authentication function if you need it, so you don't implement it again, if you want to try and code it.

/*** Logs in to the Google service using the ClientLogin HttpRequest API and returns an authentication token */ private String getAuthToken() {HttpClient httpclient = new DefaultHttpClient();HttpPost httppost = new HttpPost(CLIENT_LOGIN_ADDRESS);
List<NameValuePair> nameValuePairs = new ArrayList<NameValuePair>();
nameValuePairs.add(new BasicNameValuePair("accountType", "GOOGLE"));
nameValuePairs.add(new BasicNameValuePair("Email", ""));
nameValuePairs.add(new BasicNameValuePair("Passwd", "password"));
nameValuePairs.add(new BasicNameValuePair("service", "wise"));
nameValuePairs.add(new BasicNameValuePair("source", SERVICE_NAME));
try {httppost.setEntity(new UrlEncodedFormEntity(nameValuePairs));This currently gives a 400 Bad request.Also I'm trying to achieve this using Apache HttpClient. Does anyone have any idea on how this might be achieved implemented how what request i should send?

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Android :: Supprort For Bluetooth SCO Protocol Media Routing

Mar 22, 2010

I'm not sure on the status of routing audio to SCO based earphones. Does the 2.1 SDK support this already ? And if not, did anyone succeded in applying the work around with AudioManager.setBluetoothScoOn(true) ;

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L2TP / PPTP Protocol Implementation For Android Application?

May 16, 2012

If exists a L2TP or PPTP or even OpenVPN protocol implementation (C or Java) which can be used in an Android application?

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Android :: Protocol To Secure A Connection Between A Mobile Device / A Web Service?

Jun 30, 2009

I'm looking for a protocol to secure a connection between a mobile device and a web service. I want to ensure that only the mobile device can perform actions on the web service and vice versa. Data doesn't need to be encrypted. I know Oauth, but it seems that it's more used to secure connections when you got 3 different entities (Server, Consumer and Auth). Here, the Consumer and the User would be the same person. Is there a simple protocol to do that (without requiring the user to login and then authorize the access token like it is the case for Oauth)? I need to use it on different plateforms, so the protocol needs to be available at least on iPhone and PHP.

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Android :: API Responsable To Make Transfer Download Upload With Ftp Ou 3G Protocol

Oct 1, 2009

please someone know wich APIs it's are responsable to transfer data on ftp ,download or upload. I want use this APIs to create application.

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Android :: Buffering While Reading H264 Video (Using HTTP Protocol)

Oct 13, 2010

I'm developing an application on Android 2.2. This application have to read some h264 videos using HTTP protocol. To read a video, I'm using following methods :

// INIT PART mMediaPlayer = new MediaPlayer(); mMediaPlayer.reset();
mMediaPlayer.setOnErrorListener(this); mMediaPlayer.setOnBufferingUpdateListener(this);
mMediaPlayer.setOnCompletionListener(this); mMediaPlayer.setOnPreparedListener(this);

// SET DATASOURCE mMediaPlayer.reset(); mMediaPlayer.setDataSource(url);
In prepareAsync callback : public void onPrepared(MediaPlayer mediaplayer) { mMediaPlayer.start();

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Android :: Unserializing Objects Via The Hessian Web Protocol Leads To ClassNotFoundException

Aug 24, 2010

I am using the Hessian web protocol[1] or rather more the Android port Hessdroid[2] to fetch and unserialize objects from a web server. It works quite well but unfortunately I get this message:


When actually unserializing an object. The code within the library that throws the warning is:


I guess the problem is that the class NewsSetCategory resides in a package and so cannot be loaded without the whole package name by the ClassLoader but this is a bling guess.

Is there a way to adapt the class path or to easily create a new PathClassLoader that will load classes directly from the package? Or does anybody else have any experience with Hessian on Android?

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Android :: Media Player Application - Video Streaming Through RTSP Protocol

Feb 16, 2010

I am writing a media player application in Android when I calling a mp.prepare() it is giving a IllegalStateException. The same RTSP URL working with VLC or quick time Media Player.

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Samsung Moment :: Multi Protocol IM App That Does Not Suck?

Apr 14, 2010

Are there any decent apps out there that support multiple IM protocols (AIM, Yahoo, MSN, GTalk, Facebook, ICQ) that don't suck? eBuddy crashes almost anytime I change orientation or slide the keyboard in.Meebo just plain crashes or doesn't stay connected.AIM crashes a lot for the same reasons as eBuddy.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia X1/X2 :: Support Sim Access Protocol

Aug 24, 2010

Do the X2 support the sim access protocol.

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HTC Incredible :: Periodic Activesync Mail Protocol Errors

May 27, 2010

On several occasions I have had the HTC Mail app stop syncing my work email from Exchange via ActiveSync. The calendar and contacts sync still appear to work, but mail stops flowing. If I look at the sync settings I see that when it tries to process mail a protocol error is reported and the sync fails. This has happened twice so far (about 7 - 10 days apart) and each time I've tried for more than a day to get the sync to work again with no luck. I've done things like deleting mail from the server around the time the sync stopped working, changing settings to get smaller amounts of email, cut out attachments, etc none of that fixed the probelm. What has worked both times is to delete the exchange account and then re-add it. As soon as I do this, it starts working again. For a while. I expect I will be back in this situation in another week or two. Clearly it's not a problem on the server side or a delete/add of the account on my device would not fix it. Has anyone else run into this and found a better solution than wiping out the account?

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Android :: Android Platform - Efficiently Sending Protocol Buffer Messages With Http

Mar 16, 2010

I'm trying to send messages generated by Google Protocol Buffer code via a simple HTTP scheme to a server. What I have currently have implemented is here (forgive the obvious incompletion):
HttpClient client = new DefaultHttpClient();
String url = "";
HttpPost postRequest = new HttpPost(url);
String proto =;
List<NameValuePair> nameValuePairs = new ArrayList<NameValuePair>(1);
nameValuePairs.add(new BasicNameValuePair("sdroidmsg", proto));
postRequest.setEntity(new UrlEncodedFormEntity(nameValuePairs)); try { ResponseHandler<String> responseHandler = new BasicResponseHandler(); String responseBody = client.execute(postRequest, responseHandler);} catch (Throwable t) { }I'm not that experienced with communications over the internet and no more so with HTTP - while I do understand the basics... So my question, before I blindly develop the rest of the application around this, is whether or not this is particularly efficient? I ideally would like to keep messages small and I assume toString() adds some unnecessary formatting.

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