Android :: Want Quick Contact Tack Implementation

Jan 28, 2010

I would like to implement the similar widget as QuickContactBadge from which I can launch some internal activities. I checked out the source code for QuickContactBadge, QuickContactActivity etc and simplified them to accommodate our requests. It can launch and display at correct position. However, I can not see the original view below the quick contact tack no matter how I try. And I found the window created by QuickContactWindow is quite small and I tried to set the background etc. Nothing works. Who can help or give some guidance about how window works? Say, from Activity A, I click on image, I launch a new activity (or window), how can I make the Window of Activity A is still visible? Or more general, what is the best way to achieve similar behavior like QuickContactBadge?

Android :: Want Quick Contact Tack Implementation

Android :: Quick Send For Gmail Contact

Sep 29, 2009

Does anyone know how: I want to do a quick shortcut to email address in gmail so the contact is on the main screen like any cut ... for gmail.

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Android :: Way To Create Popup Window Like Quick Contact

Jul 2, 2010

Is there a way to create custom popup window like 'Quick Contact' or the one in official Twitter application (image attached) ? I've read the Contact app source code (downloaded from git) but still confused, it seems to use internal api.

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Android :: Quick Contact Window Integration Like Facebook And Twitter

Sep 9, 2010

I would like to add an quick contact option to the Quick Contact window that displays for a contact. How do I get this option to show up when the user taps on a contact? I looked at the Facebook and Twitter applications and can see that they have this:





First of all, I am not sure that the snippets above are *really* what get used to plug into the quick contacts. It's just an educated guess. I still am at a bit of a loss to figure out exactly how to plug into the quick contact window (for example, which xml/java file did Facebook/Twitter apps use to declare their intent to plug into the quick contact window, declare the icon to show etc?).

I am not specifically interested in Facebook/Twitter, its just that these apps have plugged into the new API successfully. I am just looking for an end to end example (ideally) or simply pointers to how to integrate my contacts sync info into the quick contacts menu.

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Android :: Quick Contact Link For Talk / Chat Does Not Work

Nov 4, 2010

I have a relatively new EVO 4G, and I've noticed that for some reason trying to chat with a contact using Talk and Quick Contacts doesn't work. When I pop up the Quick Contact for a person who's online, I see a second dialer icon. When I press that, it gives me the option to use various chat methods, including Talk (and Skype). However, when I choose Talk, it asks me to "Complete action using" and gives me a huge list of things, but none of which are Talk.

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Motorola Droid :: Way To Get Quick Contact Video?

Nov 23, 2009

I'm new here. Go easy on me. But I was watching this video: YouTube - Contacts (2.0)

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HTC Incredible :: Trouble With Quick Contact Pop-up And Facebook

Jul 14, 2010

on my droid eris, when i press on a contact's picture, a quick contact pop-up appears with a link to their facebook profile. See here But when i do the same thing on my incredible, it doesnt show up. What can i do to make it show up?

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Motorola Droid X :: Contact Quick Tasks Alternative Or Fix In LPP?

Aug 26, 2010

I'm trying to get my new DX configured to my liking and am thrilled....except that I can't get Contact Quick Tasks to behave. I'm using Launcher Pro and suspect that's the problem. But what I need is to be able to one-touch dial a dozen or so contacts. (What a concept!) Is there a workaround or some other widget or app that can get me quick access to "speed dial"?

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HTC Droid Eris :: Quick Way To Dial From The Contact List

Dec 18, 2009

There doesn't seem to be an easy way to dial from the contact list. When I am driving I need a quick way to dial.

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Droid X :: Motorola Contact Quick Tasks Does Not Work With Launcher Pro

Jul 10, 2010

I figured I'd give everyone a heads up in regards to the Motorola Contact Quick Tasks Widget not working with Launcher Pro. You can use any of the stock Motorola widgets with Launcher Pro but they can not be re-sized. The only one that does not work is the Contact Quick Tasks, it will appear on the screen but when you try adding the type of task (text, phone) you get a message, saying that it needs to be re-sized, which you can not do with LP.

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Motorola Droid X :: Launcher Pro - Is There Equivalent To Contact Quick Tasks Widget?

Jul 25, 2010

I switched to Launcher Pro and I'm loving it so far. However, one of my favorite Motorola widgets was Contact Quick Tasks. It doesn't work since Launcher Pro doesn't support sizable widgets.Are there any widgets similar to Contact Quick Tasks?

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HTC Hero :: Quick Way To Link Facebook Profiles With Contact Profiles

Jun 30, 2010

I've just rooted and Villian 2.1ified my Orange Hero.Now I swear there was an easy way to link contacts to their fb profiles, but now I can only find a way to manually do it one contact at a time. With alot of contacts, this could take somewhere between three to four years.

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Android :: Implementation Of Mediaplayer

Feb 22, 2009

I have run mediaplayer in SDK which can play media in res/raw folder successfully on emulator , but now I wanted to run it on my hardware which have already successfully implemented the android kernal and file system and audio, video drivers etc. I have no experience to implement JAVA app . I once implemented mplayer app written in C to my linux OS which only need to copy the final executable file , but now I don't know which files or folder should I copy to my platform because I have no basic knowledge of Java although I have run successfully on my emulator.

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Android :: LenientPolicy Implementation Of LVL?

Jul 28, 2010

I've been playing around with the new LVL announced yesterday and wanted to write a policy which only stops the user when it is certain that he does not have a license. In other words, the policy will only "dontAllow" the user if the last meaningful response from the licensing service was NOT_LICENSED. Therefore, if the user is offline when they first use the app, then they will be allowed in. The idea behind this is that I don't want genuine paying users to ever (within reason) be inconvenienced by this licensing system. The downside is that all the user needs to do is clear the app data and go offline before restarting the app. The app will continue working until they go online (and restart the app). My thoughts are: 1. Most users won't know about that workaround 2. Those users that are happy to use that workaround, probably wouldn't pay for the app anyway.

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Android :: Implementation Of OnClickListener

Jun 2, 2010

Create an anonymous implementation of OnClickListener

private OnClickListener mCorkyListener = new OnClickListener() {
public void onClick(View v) {
// do something when the button is clicked}};

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Android :: Potential - Bug In The Implementation Of AppWidgets

Nov 10, 2009

We have discovered a potential bug in the implementation of AppWidgets. Here is a simple reproducer.

Attached is the code for an application containing a TestActivity and a TestWidget. TestActivity extends MapActivity and TestWidget is a simple widget provider which updates a TextView every 2 seconds. Now if the TestActivity is launched with no instance of TestWidget running, it works just fine. But if the TestActivity is launched after placing the TestWidget on the home, it results in ClassNotFoundException. Here is what we get:


So it seems we have an inconsistency in the way the class loader works for the same apk.

WORKS - Launch the application by itself, without invoking the Widget. DOES NOT WORK - Create a Widget on the Home screen and then launch the application from the launcher.

The source code for this application ( download/TzY3ZGVhZy96NE4zZUE9PQ) has been attached. Hope someone from the Android team can shed light on this behavior.

This error is seen on the 1.5r3 SDK. Not sure if this has been addressed in 1.6 and 2.0 SDKs..

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Android :: Query About SlideShow Implementation

Oct 27, 2010

I'm want to implement Dynamic SlideShow of Images similar to Gallery. On Drag, i Should be able to change to next images. I'm looking into class from APIDemo Example, i think there is no sufficient information in that, so is there any better code example.

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Android :: Implementation Of Picture Gallery

Jul 2, 2009

I am trying to implement picture gallery in my application but it's not scrolling smoothly can someone suggest me what could be the reason or how to do it is implmented i the phone.

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Android :: KeyStore JKS Implementation Not Found

Dec 5, 2009

I am trying to create certificates for users for my program. I am have created a keystore and included the with my application in the assets folder. I created all the certificates using the keytool program from JAVA. When I try to authenticate the certificate I get the following error: 12-05 17:32:49.962: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(891): Caused by: KeyStore JKS implementation not found

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Android :: LVL Implementation - Device Fingerprinting

Oct 30, 2010

I'm working on an LVL implementation and I want to use as many different device identifiers as I can. I have considered using IMEI numbers but I've discarded that because a) it's intrusive and b) not all devices will have them.

What might I use to fingerprint a phone for license verification?

As an aside, how have your experiences with LVL been so far? Any pitfalls? I'm not asking for anyone to share their implementation details as that would give the hackers ideas.

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Android :: How To Include Tab Implementation In DroidDraw Code?

May 5, 2010

Can any one tell me how to include tab implementation in AnDroidDraw code?

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Android :: Get Sms Message From Intent With New Implementation Of Telephony?

Feb 11, 2009

I am using the Telephony class to get messages ( Telephony.Sms.Intents.getMessageFromIntent(Intent intent)). But I can't find the class Telephony from its package(android.provider), there is an error named "The import android.provider.Telephony cannot be resolved" when import android.provider.Telephony.Sms.Intents, the sdk version I'm using is android-sdk-windows-1.0_r2, how can I use this with the new implementation of Telephony?

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Android :: Asynchronous Sockets Implementation On Droid?

Sep 20, 2010

In iPhone there is Cocoa Asynchronous socket library. Is there a similar library in Java for Android? Can it be done using Java Asynchronous sockets(NIO library) or is there a way I can make use of NDK for Android and use native libraries for asynchronous sockets?

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Android : OnClickListener Implementation Of Array Of Buttons

Nov 21, 2010

I am writing an Android Application which outputs some array of buttons dynamically.

My question is how to implement onClickListener() functionality for Array Of Buttons. I mean how to recognize the button that is clicked in public void onClick() method ? I need to display a toast based on the button that is clicked.

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Android :: General Activity Order - Linear Implementation

Jul 17, 2010

First I have my app running currently and its working fine, I just question how I implemented it. I come from a linear C++ background and this Activity/Intent thing is a little new to me. Here is how my app works currently (order of activities started)
("->" = Starts Activity, "<-" = Returns from activity)

MainActivity -> Login Activity <- onActivityResult function displayListOfItems ...
I am wondering if I should switch the starting intent as follows:
LoginActivity MainActivity function displayListOfItems
The issue I had with the second scenario was that pressing the back hard key would take me from the MainActivity back to the LoginActivity and I didn't like this. I guess to sum up my question, is it normal for the MainActivity to handle all subsequent starting of activities or is it common to do a more linear implementation?

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Android :: TextView Gravity - Implementation Of ViewGroup With Some TextViews In It?

Nov 10, 2010

Has anyone tried to write his own implementation of ViewGroup with some TextViews in it? I have a problem, that TextViews in such an implementation don't respect gravity attribute (TextView.setGravity(Gravity.CENTER);) and text is positioned in the top left corner.

If enyone is interested, I just overwrote method onMeasure() (for all my TextViews) and changed call from super.onMeasure() to setMeasuredDimension(int, int) and gravity started to work normally.

Basically, in my custom layout I use the following class to display text:


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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 :: Implementation Of OnDestroy For Service Containing Worker Or Backround Thread

May 26, 2009

I'm implementing a service that contains a thread to handle all time consuming operation. My core service logic is in a different thread than the ui or main thread. According to the Android document, when the OS plans to free some system resource, it will call onDestroy () on the service and only when onDestroy() returns it will kill the process hosting the service, thus giving opportunity to the service to cleanup.Now, when onDestroy() is called, I want to send a message to my service thread to do the necessary cleanup. Only when the service thread acknowledges that the cleanup or shutdown is complete, onDestroy () should return. I could find a way to send asynchronous messages to threads and the corresponding processing of the messages, but not able to figure out how I need to implement onDestroy(), such that it would send a message to the service thread and should wait for a result, before returning.

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Android : Internal Implementation Of Bitmap Class Use Shared Memory?

May 26, 2009

When I pass a Bitmap using the Binder Remote service mechanism, does the internal implementation of writeToParcel/createFromParcel of the Bitmap class use shared memory?

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Android : Implementation Of A Simple AdapterView Where Items Comes From An Basic Adapter

Apr 1, 2010

I'm trying to make (for learning purposes) my own implementation of a simple AdapterView where items comes from an basic Adapter (ImageAdapter from sdk samples).

Actual code is like this:

public class MyAdapterView extends AdapterView<ImageAdapter> implements AdapterView.OnItemClickListener{
private ImageAdapter mAdapter;
public MyAdapterView(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) {
super(context, attrs, defStyle);
private void initThings(){
@Overridepublic ImageAdapter getAdapter() {
// TODO Auto-generated method stubreturn mAdapter;}
@Overridepublic void setAdapter(ImageAdapter adapter) {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
View obtainView(int position) {
View child = mAdapter.getView(position, null, this);
return child;} code...

This isn't a coding masterpiece, it just displays a pseudo-listview with pictures. I know i could've used ListView, GridView, Spinner, etc. but i'm relative new to android and i'm trying to figure out some things on it. Well, the question here is Why is my onItemClick not firing?

Using the same ImageAdapter with a GridView, everything works ok, but when i use with above class, i get nothing. Inside there is code for those click, longclick, etc events... so why can't i just fire them? Maybe i'm misunderstanding basic things on how AdapterView works? Should I extend other base classes instead? And why? Hoping to find more experienced guidance on here, thanks in advance.

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