Android :: Upload File On Apache Server In Phone?

Jul 20, 2010

Is possible to upload a file on apache server using commons-fileuploader jar file in android.

Android :: Upload file on apache server in Phone?

Android :: Concise Example Of File Upload Via Java Lib Apache Commons

Sep 13, 2010

I've removed my convoluted and badly malformed question so that it doesn't detract from the very neat and correct answer beneath. Given the (surprising) difficulty of finding an on-line example for doing this incredibly common task, I hope Yoni gets a few more up-ticks for his response.

So the question...How do I use Apache.Commons to upload a file to some destination. I'm using it in Android and uploading to a PHP script, but obviously it can work from any Java program and to any HTTP based listener.

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Android :: Complete Code Of Http And Php For File Upload To Php Server Please

Sep 19, 2010

I need the java code for sending file from android and then a php code to accept that file and store in my server.

I tried lots of code available on internet but have not succeeded :( i am using latest Android SDK.

Please provide me with complete code if some one has. I am working on this issue from last 14 days and it's still not resolved.

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Android :: Can't Install APK Hosted My Own Apache Server / Fix It?

Aug 25, 2010

I've exported an apk from eclipse. I am able to install it without any problem if I copy it to the phone's sd card.

When trying to download via phone's (Galaxy S) browser I get:
"Download unsuccessful".

I have set mime type application/ in the mime.types, restarted apache, still same result.
Also tried code...

Still no luck.

I am able to download and install applications from android market. I suspect that apache is not sending the mime type but this is just a shot in the dark.
How can I fix the problem and be able to install APKs from my web server? (or at least to check if apache sends correct header with mime type)

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Android : How To Upload Phone Data Onto Remote Server - A Database

Sep 17, 2010

I am doing some android development, and now I need to send some android application generated data onto a remote server (a database)?

How can I do that? can I use direct JDBC connection and sql?

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Android :: Edit Remote Files On An Apache Server With Droid App?

Aug 29, 2010

I need my app to be able to go to a specified URL and access a file, then insert text at a specific line of said file. Is this at all possible?I

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Android :: Authorize To A Web Server With Android And The Org.apache.http Classes?

Mar 8, 2010

I'm trying to authenticate to a web server from an android class with the org.apache.http.HttpClient.

How can I do this? The code for my connection is:


I want to do a basic authentication with username and password.

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Android :: Upload Images To Server

Aug 3, 2010

I'm trying to upload a image file. Might be .jpg or .png to my server. I found some confusing tutorials which people are doing it in different ways. Is there any simple or at least clear tutorial for this?

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Android :: How To Upload Photos From Gallery To Server?

Jul 18, 2010

I am writing an android application in which users can pick a photo from their gallery and upload it to a server. How should I accomplish this? The application mainly uses SOAP webservices to communicate with the server, but I do not know how to serialize a stream of bytes in KSOAP and therefore I need some help. The solution should not necessarily use KSOAP. A valid solution would be to upload the photo on some server, and just retrieve the URL, which will be stored in the database.

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Android :: Upload Large Files On Web Server

Jul 30, 2010

I want to upload files on a web server in my android app.Currently i am able to upload files around 5mb from the device but more than this gives a outofmemory exception and also makes app very unstable.i am looking for a method using which we can upload the data in the app background plus of bigger size.

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Android :: Whenever Upload An App - Message - The Server Could Not Process Your Apk. Try Again.

Mar 26, 2010

Has there been an upgrade to the market that changes the minimum requirements for an app? I have taken a couple months off and now whenever I try to upload an app, I get the unhelpful message "The server could not process your apk. Try again.". This happens even when I upload the exact same apks that I have uploaded before and ones that work fine with adb push onto devices.

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Android :: When Upload A New APK Version - The Server Could Not Process Your Apk Try Again

Nov 15, 2010

Since this morning, I've been getting the error in the subject when I try to upload a new APK version to my Market Developer Console. At first, I figured it was just a brief server outage, but not since it's gone on all day. I also suspect it's only affecting me, since I've seen no other mention of it on this group. Well, I'm mentioning it now.

Anyone come across this before? I've released enough APKs that I'm quite familiar with the Console; while that doesn't rule out a stupid mistake, of course, I don't think that's the case here. Obvious possibilities that I think I HAVE ruled out: I've confirmed that it's the correct package name, and that it's signed with the same key as it always has been. Beyond that, I'm not sure what to consider.

I have also contacted Market Support, with no response as yet. And I did notice that this morning was the first time the "Draft application" feature became available on my Console; not sure if that's relevant, but coincidences are suspicious.

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Android :: Upload A Photo From Camera To PHP Server

Sep 13, 2010

I have 3 days into this and my mind is melting oozing out my ears...

The end result is that I want to upload selected photos from and Android phone to a php website.

I can display the images from the camera and get the filename that I want to upload. However I cannot use FileInputStream on the file name because it is not private to my application. Use FileInputStream generates an error that the file contains a path separater.

Does anyone know how to get the filestream running? Do I have to copy the file into a private file store?

After 3 days of googling this I am amazed I haven't that answer.

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Android :: Upload Images To A PHP Server From Droid App?

Mar 30, 2010

I need to upload an image to a remote PHP server which expects the following parameters in HTTPPOST:


Most of the Internet searches suggested either :

Download the following classes and trying MultiPartEntity to send the request:



Use URLconnection and handle multipart data myself.

Btw, I am keen on using HttpClient class rather than is it classes. Eventually, I downloaded the Multipart classes from the Android source code and used them in my project instead.

Though this can be done by any of the above mentioned methods, I'd like to make sure if these are the only ways to achieve the said objective. I skimmed through the documentation and found a FileEntity class but I could not get it to work.

What is the correct way to get this done in an Android application?

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Android : How To Open A File Browser To Upload A File

Nov 14, 2010

I'm a novice user writing my first android application. I have the need to upload a file to a webserver from the device. I googled enough before joining this forum and not at one place did I find a suitable solution. I would like to know how to launch the file browser when user clicks on the "Browse" button to upload a file.

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Android :: K-9 Email Upload Sent Emails To Imap Server?

Feb 19, 2010

when using it with an imap (not gmail) mail account, can k-9 upload the emails you send from the mobile to the 'sent' folder on the imap server? I searched several forums reviews blogs etc but couldn't find anything on this point. It would be very useful because it would allow me to easily keep track of the emails I send from the mobile, just like I do with Profimail on my Nokia at the moment.

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Android :: External Library Needs Org.apache.commons.httpclient Instead Of Org.apache.commons.http.client

Sep 28, 2010

I'm trying to use the Amazon Web Services java sdk jar but it has references to org.apache.commons.httpclient. All I seem to have in my Android sdk is org.apache.commons.http.client, which is a different namespace and obviously causes the build to fail. I'm new to Java and Android dev... is there a way to "map" one to the other or create some sort of symbolic link? If not, does that mean I have to import a "standard" org.apache.commons library?

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Android :: Background Service To Recode Different Activities And Upload On Server

Sep 9, 2010

I want to know that how i can get these things in android.Recording of Calls Appointment/Calendar Logging Bookmark Logging Browser History Logging Contact Details Location Through SMS SIM Change Notification and after getting these things in a file (.txt, xml, or CSV) how i can upload these things to my php server by running a backgroud service.Service will now prompt user again and again. Everything will be recorded silently and then user will see this information on server whenever required.

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Android :: Upload File To Some Url Using Ssl

May 12, 2010

I am trying to upload a file to some url using ssl.

I use this code to set trust manager -


And this one to set host name verifier -


Then i am opening connection like this -


After i get the connection i use it to upload the data. Is i use http everything is ok but when i try https i get the following exception -


The strange thing is that i don't get exception all the time. When i try to upload small files (200K) it's working O.K. or it's crashing very rare but when i try to upload bigger ones (more than 1MB) i get the exception almost every time.

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Android :: File Upload In Background

Mar 1, 2010

I'm writing an app that uploads files to a web service. My question is how to write a Service to handle this: I want to upload in a background thread (or process not sure of the precise wording), so that the user can go to other applications without interrupting the upload, and show a notification / kill the thread when the upload is complete.I'm guessing it should be a Service, with a Notification to show the user what's going on: but should it be a LocalService or a RemoteService, as per the API examples? And do I need to call a new thread once I start the service, or do all services by definition run in a different thread?

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Android App Upload File To PHP Script?

Apr 20, 2014

I'm try to get my android test app to upload a file to my Synology box cs407.

I've tried it though a HTML form and it works ok

HTML code is:

HTML Code:


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Android :: Large File Upload Application

Mar 16, 2010

I need to send files as large as 80 MB, but usually in the 15-25 MB several times every day. I use YouSendit, Megaupload and the like on my laptop. Would be a HUGE help if I could simultaneously upload from my Android phone. It has to be able to handle a folder. Basically, a folder full of pictures.

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Android :: Market Upload APK File Hangs

Sep 8, 2010

I've been trying to upload an APK file to the Android Market for a few days, and the upload process hangs with the spinning icon just rotating. I've let the upload run overnight and it still hangs.

1) The APK file is 28 MB

2) I've uploaded an APK file to the Android market before and it is now for sale.

Is there a way to find out what the error is?

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Android :: File Upload - Get Bytes Uploaded

Jan 22, 2010

I have a function I am using to upload files. How can I get the number of bytes of the file that have been uploaded (transferred)? Can I setup a timer that does this? If so, what variable to I read to get the number of bytes uploaded?

Here is my code:


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Android :: Cross Platform Mobile File Upload Possible?

Apr 18, 2010

I need as simple as possible solution for uploading files (eg. photos) to my website from mobile devices (iPhone, Android, BB, Nokia). Is it possible to do it in same way? Using Java or XHTML?

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Android :: File Upload - Work With Audio And Video

Mar 18, 2009

I have included my code below. I have the code working for image uploads, but was wondering how to get it to work with audio and video files?


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Android :: Can't Grab Progress On Http POST File Upload / Way To Fix?

Jul 9, 2010

I am developing an Android app which enables the user to upload a file to services like Twitpic and others.
The POST upload is done without any external libraries and works just fine. My only problem is, that I can't grab any progress because all the uploading is done when I receive the response, not while writing the bytes into the outputstream.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Upload 1.32.651.6 OTA Update File?

Jun 7, 2010

Can someone upload this file if you have it.

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Android :: Achive File Upload Dialog Box In Droid Through Java / Xml Layout?

May 17, 2010

I'm new to android, developing a social networking application which requires user to upload images, but i don't know how to achieve the file upload dialog box. How can we achieve it,using Java file or xml layout file?

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Android :: Send Xml File To Server?

Feb 3, 2009

I want to send the some xml data to server. Here I am showing you the example I tried: try { String s = "<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
" +"<name>Manoj</name>
" +"<number>123</number>
" +"<school>dmh</school>
"; String url = "http://localhost:9090/loggerapi.php?data="+s; HttpClient httpclient = new DefaultHttpClient(); HttpPost httpPost = new HttpPost(URI.create(url)); httpPost.setHeader("Content-type","text/xml; charset=ISO-8859-1"); ResponseHandler<String> responseHandler = new BasicResponseHandler(); String responseBody = httpclient.execute(httpPost, responseHandler);

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