Android :: Validating EditText Content As User Enters Data

Aug 17, 2010

I have 2 EditText widgets ,one takes username and other takes password.When the user enters username in First EditText,the text should be validated (It should accept only characters no digits) when the focus is on the first EditText. How to achieve this. It needs to display error message using setError() method in EditText when the user enters wrong data.

Android :: Validating EditText content as user enters data


Android :: Want To Get EditText Data / When User Clicks On Soft Keyboard Enter Key

Oct 15, 2010

I want to get EditText data when user clicks on the soft keyboard Enter key.

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How To Update Content Of Edittext On Third Row After Edit Content Of Edittext In First Row

Jun 20, 2012

i have a listview (i use a custom adapter) with 10 rows and each row has edittext how will i update the content of edittext on the third row after i edit the content of edittext in the first row.

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Android :: How To Total Content In EditText?

Mar 25, 2010

But after the Edit Text I use the Icons also .So,when i give Wrap_content for that Edittext The icons are displayed only half.

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Android :: EditText Not Returning Content On GetText

Sep 22, 2009

The code snippet below displays a Dialog with a simple login-form. The problem is that when the user hits the login-button, the text that was entered into the EditTexts are not returned on the getText()-call. However, if I set android:setText="foo" on the EditTexts in the xml-layout "foo" is returned on getText(). why the text entered at runtime won't stick?

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

and the XML:

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

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Android :: How To Do Something After User Clicks On My EditText

Jan 22, 2010

I have an EditText that shows time. After user clicks the EditText I want to show a TimePickerDialog, so I set a View.OnClickListener to my EditText. But the OnClickListener is behaving wierdly - I touch the EditText and then software keyboard appears (which I don't want). When I touch again, OnClickListener.onClick() is finally called and the dialog appears.What should I do if I want the dialog to appear immediately?

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Android :: How To Prevent An EditText From Resizing Itself When User Typing?

Sep 11, 2009

I have an EditText and a button set next to each other on the same horizontal line. It looks great, except when the user enters a lot of text, the EditText is resized, and the button is squished. I have both EditText and Button set to layout_width="wrap_content". "fill_parent" messes up the layout, and I don't want to use absolute sizes if I don't have to - the way it is now looks great in both landscape and portrait, I just don't want the EditText to resize.

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Android :: How To Disable User Interaction Arising From Long Press To EditText?

Jan 19, 2010

A long press on an EditText brings up a menu of options that the user can select. The only messages or options that I want users of my apps to get, I want to come from me via the app. How do you disable this so that nothing happens when you long press the EditText? What other situations like this should I be aware of?

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Android :: Implement WYSIWYG Editor For User Content?

Jun 22, 2010

I'm building an Android App where users need to be able to edit their own content, including minimal layout. I just want to store the formatted source in the database and pull it out and display it the way I would with something like TinyMCE in a web app. Any ideas how users can enter and format their own content in an Android GUI?

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Android :: If Statement Not Validating?

Feb 16, 2010

I have a strange issue. I am new to java/android but come from a programming background maybe I am just missing or doing something stupid with syntax here. I have a string variable called reportlength

String reportlength;

I then go: reportlength = intent.getExtras().getString("ReportLengt");

Now in my debug console for the variable reportlength it has it set as "d" (that is the correct value it should have)

At this point I have my if statement:

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Samsung Captivate :: Where User Created Content On Phone?

Aug 19, 2010

Where the heck are my pictures and videos that I've snapped/recorded in the internal storage when looking for them on my computer? What folders are they hiding under, etc?

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Android :: Validating A Dialog With Custom OnClick

Dec 26, 2009

I have a handler for the custom onClick thus:

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Android :: How To Retain EditText Data When Back Key Pressed?

Sep 1, 2009

I have a EditText filed in my Activity class, Where I need to retain data, when orientation is changed or "HOME" button is pressed or "BACK(FINISH)" is pressed. Android internally maintaining EditText when orientation is changed or HOME button is pressed. But it is not maintaining EditText status when BACK button is pressed. How can I make it happen to retain data in all three cases (orientation is changed, HOME is pressed, Back is pressed) in a feasible way?

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Android :: Validate Data Being Entered Into EditText Control?

Apr 13, 2009

I have an EditText control to accept IP address fields. Its xml input attribute allows everything else except IP addresses. How to make the control accept dotted IP quad addresses only?

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Android :: String Comparison With Text In EditText With Online Data

Apr 16, 2009

I'm trying to use the code below to connect to an online source, then compare the data as it is read line by line against what is typed in an EditText field before displaying the next page. At the moment when I run it and press the "Sign In" button nothing happens. The problem seems to be with the comparison of the data.

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Android :: How To Filter ListView Data When Typing On EditText In Droid?

Oct 29, 2009

I have a ListView and a EditText. How can I filter ListView data when typing on EditText ?

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Android :: How To Know When App Enters Or Background Mode?

Jul 20, 2010

I am trying to achieve the following with Android : when the app is in background, a thread polls a server every now and then to retrieve data and notifies the user if new data is available. I am using a Service for that, fine. When the app is in "active" use, i.e. one of its activities is visible, the polling should stop as it might interfere with other user actions. I don't understand how to detect the transition between the "active" or "background" use of the app. The onResume() activity methods does not seem to help, as an activity can be hidden or visible during "active" use anyway. My understanding is that the app itself doesn't make the difference between the 2 states.Can it be related when the HOME button is pressed ? Is there another way to do the distinction? I am thinking of an equivalent of iPhone's app delegate method application DidEnterBackground. Is it the right way to think with Android ? Or shall I use another approach?

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Android :: Use Content Provider Without Share App Data Between Other App?

Mar 15, 2010

how should i use content provider without share app data between other app?

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Fetching Data From Mysql Database And Display On Android Edittext And Spinner Box?

Jan 30, 2013

I have to develop one android native application.Here i have to fetch the value from mysql database and display on android edittext and spinner box.

I have to run the app means the value is fetching from database and displayed on android edittext.but not display on spinner box.How can i display the value on android spinner box fetching from mysql database.I have used the below webservice code:

Quote:

public class DisplayProfile {
public String customerData(String Username,String Bcountry){

String customerInfo = "";[code].....

Why am getting the above error?how can i resolve the above error ???? how can i display the fetching data on spinner box list on first item...

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Android :: Buster Enters Public Beta

Oct 19, 2009

Buster is now available in the Android Market.When is my bus? Start Buster, and you'll instantly know just when your bus will arrive at your stop. Uses your phone's location sense to find your stop and your buses.Currently in free Beta, Buster supports the metropolitan transportation networks of Austin, Denver, and Sacramento. More cities and features coming soon. We'd love your feedback here or at support-at-n9works.com. Also, we're trying to get a sense which cities to roll out into following the beta cities.

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Android :: Internet Data Request Done Via Content Provider?

May 13, 2010

How could I create a ContentProvider where the data is fetch from the internet. As the data is parsed maybe allow the requesting client know the download progress and results so that they are displayed as it's downloaded. My idea is to share this data across other apps. I'm not sure if a ContentProvider would be the solution?

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Android :: Control Never Enters Function / Method Not Being Executed

Jul 9, 2010

I'm implementing the onBackPressed() method in my activity. It's crucial to my app that I have this functionality. But, the control never enters this function. It enters onPause() instead, when I press the back button. But the problem is I can't have the same logic in onPause() because when I call another activity, the current activity calls onPause() and I don't want it to execute what should be in onBackPressed().

public void onBackPresed(){
Log.d(TAG,"inside onBackPressed()");
if(STATE == PREVIEW){
} }

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Android :: To Read Data At Content Provider Before System Initialization

Aug 10, 2010

In my app i need to read the data at a content provider before the system actually initializes. Probably what i understand is that a boot complete intent would launch a homescreen activity.Exactly before the system initialized i want to see the data provided by the content provider and use it.

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Android :: How To Return Non-table-oriented Data From A Content Provider

Mar 27, 2009

I'm writing a content provider that returns data about game sessions. This data comes from an SQLite table. However, the client that consumes it will also want summary data: total wins, current/best winning streak, and so on. I'm not sure which approach to use.

* Possible Approach 1: Do nothing, let the client calculate what it needs.

The client could step through the whole table and calculate statistics itself. However, it's inefficient to send the entire database over the content provider link if the client only wants the summaries; this may also be prone to bugs because each client has to reimplement the summary calculations.

* Possible Approach 2: Separate content URIs for summary data.

The client could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary/totalwins and get back a text/plain stream containing the number of wins. This seems like a big hassle to implement on both ends, though. Or it could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary and get back an XML stream containing all the summary data, but this isn't much simpler.

* Possible Approach 3: A phony table.

The client could ask for a URI like content://myapp/summary and get back a cursor over a single row, with each summary value having its own column. This would not be an SQLite cursor but a custom in-memory cursor. It seems a little unnatural to use a table metaphor when there's always exactly one row, though.

* Possible Approach 4: The extras bundle.

Cursor has a getExtras() method that returns a bundle. The client could make a request for the main URI, content://myapp/sessions, and then just look at the extras bundle instead of reading any rows. However, there's no setExtras() method, so I'm stuck with whatever bundle object SQLite puts in there - and if it's Bundle.EMPTY, I'm out of luck.

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Android :: Share Non Sqlite (shared Preference) Data Over Content Provider

May 28, 2009

I looked into some examples of sharing data to other apps using content Provider. All these examples talks about sharing sqlite dbs. I need to share data under shared Preferences of my app to other apps using content Provider. Can I use content Provider to do that ?. Please let me know some pointers or sample code to share data other than sqlite db using content provider.

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Android :: Content Provider That Return Data Listing Installed Applications

Jul 19, 2010

Is there a standard native Android content provider that will return data listing all of the apps currently installed on the cellphone. Something like open()/readdir() on a Linux bin directory.

Given that you know an app is installed on an Android cellphone, and you know that apps name, how do you launch that app from a completely different and unrelated app. You might not know which Intents/Broadcasts/URIs the app you want to launch is listening for. And not all Android apps are written to respond to Intent/URI broadcasts or requests.

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Android :: Can An End User Disable 2G Data / Or GSM Function?

Aug 9, 2009

Is there a way for end users to disable 2G data services (e.g. make the phone just a phone)?Or disable the GSM function as well (say, for a device used on a hiking trip as a GPS tracker, where there is no coverage)?
Is there enough control in the SDK to pursue writing an app with a control screen like: [x] Enable Voice (GSM) Enable 2G Data / Enable 3G Data (uses more battery than 2G) [ ] Enable Data When Roaming (may result in extra charges) [x] Enable WiFi [x] Enable WiFi even if device is sleeping [x] Enable Bluetooth [x] Enable GPS [ ] Airplane mode (disable all radios)

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Android :: Application That Allows The User To Drill-down Into Data

Apr 22, 2010

I have an application that allows the user to "drill-down" into data. At each level of data the user can choose a Tableview item or a Listview item. This will result in a startActivity() call for display of new data.

I can get back to the top (Parent activity) by using the Back button, which can take a while. Is there a way to "POP" back to the Parent activity and dismiss all previously allocated activities, and not have to go back through all the activities previously created?

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Android : Regarding Storing Of Data From User In Database

Aug 19, 2010

I am working on some sample programs, where i have to take the value from the user and store it in the database. I have used DroidDraw to create the XML code for UI.For now, I have just started with a textbox. So, I have to take the value from this textbox and store it in a database. I am using SQlite browser to create tables. I read in some forums, that one way of doing this.

1. Copy the db file in the asset folder of the android project and use the AssetManager class. But i am not able to figure out how to use the asset manager class here. Or if I could get some simpler suggestions on how to store the value from user into the database, it would be great.

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Android : How To Add User Customized Data To Database?

May 9, 2010

I am trying to design a sqlite database that will store notes. Each of these notes will have common fields like title, due date, details, priority, and completed.

In addition though, I would like to add data for more specialized notes like price for shopping list items and author/publisher data for books.

I also want to have a few general purpose fields that users can fill with whatever text data they want. How can I design my database table in this case?

I could just have a field for each piece of data for every note, but that would waste a lot of fields and I'd like to have other options and suggestions.

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