Android :: Toast Be Longer Than Toast.LENGTH_LONG?

Feb 8, 2010

When using setDuration for a Toast is it possible to set a custom length or at least something longer than Toast.LENGTH_LONG?

Android :: Toast be longer than Toast.LENGTH_LONG?


Android :: Make Toast Last For Longer Time?

Jul 23, 2009

Is there a way to make the Toast last for longer time? I have tried this code

Toast t = new Toast(this); View v = View.inflate(this, R.toast_layout, null); t.setView(v); t.setDuration(Toast.LENGTH_LONG); t.show(); t.show(); t.show();

By calling show() method more than once, I hoped this would give a similar effect to lasting for longer time with some flickering, but I didn't see any difference. Is there some limit to the number of times that show() method can be called on the same Toast? e.g. just once per toast instance and further calling has no effect?

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Android :: Way To Get Toast?

Sep 11, 2010

By the above code i am able to get the Toast. Instead of Toast I want the Dialog to be appear after the alarm is set. Also I want to play the sound.

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Android :: Pop-up Without Using Toast

Jan 11, 2010

I have a service that runs in the background. Id like to be able to show a message to the user when there is an incomming call. Atm im using a Toast, because as far as I know it is the only way to display something regardless of the current activity the user is running. But I have seen apps that can show entire views on top of others activities. How can this be done?

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Android :: Set Toast Appear Length

Sep 23, 2010

Is there anyway I can tell a Toast Notification to show up only for a specified amount of time. Generally shorter then a regular toast message.

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Android :: Toast On Top Of ListView?

May 5, 2010

I have a listview in my Android Application. Now, when the user presses Next Button other contents will be loaded into the listview. What I want is that if there are no more contents available then there should be a toast displayed indicating that there are no more data available.

Say, for example I have a total of 55 data available and I am displaying only 30 of them in one listview. So, when the user presses Next for the first time next 25 records will be visible. If the user again presses the Next button then a toast should be displayed on top of the last listview that had last 25 records.

Currently I get an error as IndexOutOfBoundException : Invalid location 15 size is 1.

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Android :: How To Add A Layout To Toast

Oct 30, 2010

I create a user-defined toast,and i want to get the xml of layout from the layout package,but if i used the code below,there comes a problem:InflateException,i had used many ways to get the layout but fail.the code is below.

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

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Android :: Popping Up Toast From A Thread

Aug 28, 2010

My user hits a button and kicks off a process that takes 3 steps in about 10 seconds total. I'd like to pop up Toast messages "Step 1", "Step 2", "Step 3", "Finished!" as the process progresses. I'm using the standard Java Thread interface to run the process in a thread and I've found that trying to pop up Toast from the thread causes an FC. What is the best way to report this kind of progress - step by step messages?

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Android :: Toast Will Not Display In Emulator / How To Fix?

Aug 6, 2010

Ok, I've tried two examples of AlarmManager- one from the commonsware website, and one from the manning website. The code I am currently working with is from the manning website : [http://unlocking-android.googlecode.com/svn/chapter8/trunk/SimpleAlarm/][1] There are two classes, AlarmReceiver and GenerateAlarm. Anyone have any idea why the toast will not display in the emulator? I was thinking that it was because I am located in the Eastern Time Zone and it uses UTC, but I have fiddled with different things and none of them seem to work.

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Android :: Cannot Display Toast From An Activity

Aug 12, 2010

I have a Activity called main. If I call Toast.makeText(this, "Hello World from main", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT); this works fine. However, for every other activity in my application, I cannot display a Toast. No exception, nothing in the Log but I don't see the Toast. Code...

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Android :: Delete SMS After Displaying Of Toast?

Sep 24, 2010

I am writing my own SMS application that will display a toast of my message once it arrive. Now is it possible to delete the message after the display of the toast, so that it will not go into the native SMS application?

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Android :: How To Creat Toast Like View

Mar 11, 2009

Using android.widget.Toast one can created floating view over the application. I would like to created similar view which will float on top of all running applications at a specified location.

I tried to created activity by setting android:windowIsFloating ="true" , but didn't worked out.

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Android :: How To Use Toast.makeText In Service

Aug 11, 2010

I run service in the background I want to use Toast.makeText display message to run Activity.but I don't know Activity context I know Activity packageName and className.What should I do?

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Android :: Toast Message Not Displayed

Aug 5, 2010

I have a service class written which gives notification(Toast dialog) on every life cycle method call back. when i run my application all works well. but when run this service class from my test project the toast message are not displayed.

It give the following log for the toast message

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

I want that the toast message should also be displayed on subsequent calls to life cycle methods

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Android :: Toast Not Changing On Mapactivity

Sep 14, 2010

I tried to update my mapactivity with toast as the sensor data changes.

However, my first Toast appears and it never change despite detecting changes in sensor values.

What could be the reason?

Below is the snippet of my SensorListener:

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

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Android :: Display A Toast From An IntentService?

Jun 11, 2010

I have an IntentService that handles button callbacks from a widget. When the user presses a certain button, I want to display a Toast. I return from onHandleIntent almost immediately after doing Toast.show(), which in turn stops the service and kills its thread, which keeps the Toast from actually being displayed.

Can anyone suggest an easy way to get the Toast (or something similar) to display from an IntentService?

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Android :: Toast - Can't Get It To Work In Eclipse?

Nov 4, 2009

I am slowly trying to figure out maps... I want to be able to click on a point and pop up a message. Toast seemed the way to go. So I added an "onTap" handler in my class that extends ItemizedOverlay (the class is called HelloItemizedOverlay) and then tried to grab the Toast example... But I am seeing Eclipse tell me that the line is in error no matter what I do...

My code is below:

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

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Android :: OnItemClick - Toast Bookmark Id

Sep 14, 2010

Been trying to find out what is the bookmark id the user clicked on...Tried everything, many force closes... and now an empty toast (no error marks in eclipse):

CODE:......

ImageCursorAdapter is another class showing bookmarks favicon and title (it works).

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Android :: Toast Crashes Application / What To Do?

Nov 19, 2010

In my application I've implemented such that pressing the hardware volume keys displays a Toast with the current volume. Things go well most of the times. However long presses of the volume keys do succeed in crashing my application. The Log generated on crash is the following...

The approach I follow:
I have a toast Object and for every key press event detected I inflate a view ,set the view elements within, set it to the toast and then show the toast.

Any idea what is going wrong ? code...

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Android :: Center Text In A Toast ?

Aug 19, 2010

If there was a way to display all text in a toast to be centered. For instance, I have a toast that has 2 lines of text in it. For purely aesthetic reasons, I would like the text to center-aligned instead of left-aligned. I've looked through the documentation and can't find anything about it. Is there a simple way to do this that I have missed?

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Android : How To Show Toast Without Light Up?

May 29, 2009

If I am running a service, and I want to sent a toast, the phone lights up. Is there a way to show the Toast without turning on the light?

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Android : Way To Change Toast Font?

May 30, 2010

Currently, I'm trying to develop an app. and I don't know how to change the Toast font...

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Android :: How To Create Toast From Background Operation?

May 1, 2009

what is a good way to signal an error from a thread that is not the UI thread and you don't know which activity/handler is currently active? Can I somehow get eleto the current UI thread? Can I somehow use the MainLooper from the application context? I use notification for serious events where the user needs to take action, e.g. a login failed, but here I am looking for a transient notification with a toast and it would be ok if the toast is not seen in some cases.

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Android :: Replacing Default Volume Toast

May 11, 2010

Is there any way to replace the default volume toast (which is displayed when the volume up or down keys are pressed) with a custom- built toast? Couldn't find any method of doing this.

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Android :: Radio Button Selection Changes Toast

Apr 29, 2010

I was writing a simple test application. There are two radio buttons within the app. There id's are "radio_red" and "radio_blue". I wanted to create an onClickListener event that read the text associated to the button and then returned a basic "Right" or "Wrong" toast.So far no joy. Here is my code snippet. I've checked my "main.xml" and the text associated to the buttons are referneced correctly. I added trim to make sure of that. However, all that is ever returned in the toast is "none." What am I missing? Thanks in advance for any help.

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Android :: Posting Toast From Worker To UI Thread

Aug 8, 2010

I was trying to post a toast notification in case something goes wrong in a worker thread. I do this by putting a handler.post(funcFailed) in the catch block where funcFailed it a runnable and simply called a function funcFailedshow()

funcFailedshow() is defined to be Toast.makeText(App.this,"Error in funcfailed", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();

For some reason i cannot see the toast notification. Even if i replace App.this (app is the applications name) with a getApplicationContext() it does not work.

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Android :: Programmatically Prevent Toast From Appearing?

Jul 12, 2009

Is there a way to intercept a certain Toast and prevent it from showing up?

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Android :: Posting Toast Message From A Thread

Nov 17, 2010

My application launches a thread to query the web for some data. I want to display a Toast message when nothing is found, but my application always crashes. I've tried using the application Context from within the thread, like so: Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(), "testttt", Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show(); I've also tried creating a Runnable with the Toast call and calling runOnUiThread(runnable) from the Thread (the Toast call in this runnable uses the Activity as the first parameter). Does anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish this?

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Android :: Show Toast After Finishing App / Activity?

Sep 13, 2010

I want to show a simple toast, when exiting an application. The problem is, that the toast is not shown. I assume it is because the acitivity is finished or because of System.exit(0), but I don't know how to solve it. Does anyone have a tip?

In my activity I have the following code...

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Android :: Keep Toast From Building Up A Queue Of Messages?

Nov 27, 2009

How can I keep Toast from building up a queue of messages?

I'm working on a board game and I'm sending status messages back to the user with this wrapper function I created for Toast:

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

The problem is I've made the flow of game play so simple I can now play it so fast Toast messages queue up, even to the point where they continue to show on the desktop after I quit out of the game. t.cancel() doesn't seem to cancel out the previous message, anyone know what I might be doing wrong?

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