Android : Way To Run Code Support For Landscape / Portrait In Droid?

Sep 8, 2010

I am writing two xml files for landscape and portrait and create res/layout-land folder,execute my code but did not work portrait mode,have any setting set for work my code for landscape and portrait..please give any sample code for that.

Android : Way to run code support for landscape / portrait in droid?


Android :: Not Getting Full Screen Display / Code To Get It In Portrait - Landscape Mode?

Sep 8, 2010

I am using VideoView component for streaming video in Android , but I am not getting the full screen display.

Kindly provide the code to display full screen in portrait/landscape mode.

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Android :: Check Orientation On Droid Phone In Landscape / Portrait?

May 8, 2010

How can I check if the Android phone is in Landscape or Portrait?

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Android : Way To Track Screen In Landscape / Portrait View In Droid?

Feb 23, 2010

I worked in a tabactivity, I set the gravity for tabs as bottom. If I change the screen from portrait to landscape, I can't see the tabs. How can I do it?

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Android :: Droid Device Is Portrait / Landscape Screen For Normal Usage?

Sep 9, 2010

Is there anyway to find out if a device is portrait or landscape by default? In that I mean how you normally use the device.

Most phones have a portrait screen for normal usage but is there some flag for finding that out?

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Motorola Droid :: Do You Use Landscape Or Portrait Mode?

Jan 22, 2010

Do you use landscape or portrait mode? And which keyboard do you use to post, virtual or real, since the virtual one hides the screen for some reason? I posted this from my Droid, just to prove to myself that I could real keyboard, big hands no problemo. Few typos, but easily fixed. No worse than I do on a life-size keyboard at home.Droid looks to be about the size of a busines card next to my big thumb. I can still somehow peck the keys fairly quick.

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Motorola Droid :: Typing In Portrait Vs Landscape Mode

Dec 9, 2009

I discovered something unusual today. I've been using a lot of the physical keyboard, especially for long winded texts and e-mails. I have tried and tried to get used to the landscape on-screen keyboard to no avail. I've tried Better Keyboard (and yes, it's better), and the HTC keyboard (that unfortunately doesn't fill the screen). They both have their benefits, but I cannot accurately and consistently type out a message on any of them. My problems: If I type too fast, half of the letters don't register. I've tried pressing harder, using a lighter touch, neither had any affect. I can't get used to the position I need to have my thumb in to actually register clicking certain letters on the keyboard. I always think I've got it, but then I look up at what I just typed (I find myself staring at the keys I'm pressing to make sure they're the right ones) and it is complete gibberish. Where I'm going with this, anyways, is the portrait keyboard. I used it a few times today just out of laziness, I didn't feel like turning the screen or opening up the device to use the physical. I noticed something unusual; I don't make the same mistakes on this tiny little keyboard, and I can actually type relatively quickly. My sentences weren't coming out meaningless, and I wasn't seeing unregistered presses. So my question to you is this - has anybody else noticed similar problems? I don't really think it's a fault of the phone. I think I'm just not used to on-screen keyboards (never used one before) and thus cannot type well on it. I'm hoping that - at some point - a multi-touch enabled keyboard comes out, because I feel like some of my problems are due to hitting two keys in rapid succession, and having one or both not register. Until then, I will continue to practice with it, but I just can't figure out why I can type on the tiny portrait keyboard and not on the full landscape version.

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HTC Droid Eris :: Using Phone In Landscape Or Portrait Mode?

May 3, 2010

Just wondering what people use the most when using their phones, so I made a poll. I use mine mainly in portrait I just don't like typing with swype using landscape.

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HTC Droid Eris :: Swype For Portrait And Touch For Landscape?

Apr 23, 2010

Is there a way to have swype for portrait mode but the regular htc touch keyboard for landscape mode when the phone is tilted on its side? Also how do I make the swype keyboard go away when editing a text box? There is a little button on the htc touch keyboard to minimize it but I don't see one on the swype keyboard.

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Motorola Droid X :: Multi Touch During Landscape And Swype During Portrait?

Sep 15, 2010

i love swype and use it most of the time. Sometimes when I email I want to use the multi touch keyboard though. Is there an app or someway to have it change input modes according to the orientation of the phone?

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Motorola Droid X :: Skype On Portrait Mode And Multi Touch On Landscape?

Aug 4, 2010

Is it possible to have it so i have swype when the phone is in portrait mode and have multi touch when it is in landscape? it's hard to swype on landscape so multi touch would be awesome.

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Android :: AVD Rotate Portrait / Landscape?

Oct 12, 2010

I know if you change a android phone from portrait to landscape sometimes the app relays its self out on the screen.. so how do I simulate rotating a phone with the AVD? On the Blackberry emulators there's a button in the menu to turn the phone, but I can't find it or any option on the Android ones?

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Android :: Switching From Landscape To Portrait Orientation

Apr 3, 2009

I want to display a table which would fit better in portrait view than in the landscape view. How do i instruct the emulator to change the orientation?

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Android :: Widget Different Portrait And Landscape Orientation

Jul 8, 2010

How did you support both landscape and portrait for appwidget? the layout of appwidget will never change when orientate the device from landscape to portrait. by the way, would you please tell me which device support both landscape and portrait for appwidget?

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Android :: Retrieving Data From Portrait To Landscape

Feb 18, 2010

For changing from portrait to landscape mode i have done some changes in manifest.xml and included some code in test.java file

In manifest.xml i have included <activity_name android:configChanges="orientation"/>

i entered some data in portrait mode. but when i rotate my mobile from portrait to landscape the control goes to onConfigurationChanged() method.

public void onConfigurationChanged(Configuration newConfig) { super.onConfigurationChanged(newConfig); setContentView(R.layout.screen1_landscape);
}

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Android :: Portrait / Landscape Mode Supporting

Mar 31, 2009

When we try to implement orientation in AP layer, we can set "android:screenOrientation" parameter in AndroidManifest.xml file or call "setRequestOrientation()" method of Activity class. But if I want to porting android in new HW device, how can I do? Do I need to modify the graphic driver, or just add configuration in program. (Actually I do some experiments but my AP cannot rotate) Besides, can every experts tell me when I set the "android:screenOrientation" parameter, which process will read this configuration, pass to where and which process will do the rotation?

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Android :: Portrait Vs Landscape Orientation Using Sensor

Dec 18, 2009

I'm trying to detect landscape vs portrait orientation with the following:

public void onSensorChanged(SensorEvent event) { float pitch = event.values[2];
if (pitch <= 45 && pitch >= -45) { // portrait }
else if (pitch < -45) { // landscape }
else if (pitch > 45) { // landscape } }

Anyone have something more robust? It works pretty well, except if the phone is in a landscape orientation and the user starts to 'flatten' it out, starts thinking it's in the portrait orientation again.

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Android :: Specify Different Layouts For Portrait And Landscape Orientations?

Jan 23, 2010

I've seen references to being able to specify two separate layout xml files for an activity, one for Portrait and one for Landscape. I've not been to find any information on how to do that though. How do I specify for each activity which xml file is it's portrait layout and which is the Landscape layout? Is it also possible to specify different layouts for different screen sizes? If so, how is this done?

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Android :: Add Rotation Effect When Portrait To Landscape?

Jun 17, 2010

How to add rotation effect when change mode portrait to landscape? I want to make it smooth.

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Android :: Crashes When Device In Portrait And App Landscape

Sep 26, 2010

I made an app thats use the camera. The first problem i get was that i can't use portrait preview without the rotation 90 image. I used the solution (landscape for all), but now, only in the real device, when i start the app and i have the device in portrait mode it crashes (need to force close) and only after reboot the phone its possible to connect to camera, even in the camera app.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Down Landscape And Won't Go Portrait

Aug 3, 2010

Since the FROYO update some stuff is only in Lanscape and it's what I would call upside down. Is there a fix for that? Like Gmail and internet and some others I noticed. Other than that it's smokin fast and everything is working fine for me.

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Android :: Startup Emulator With Landscape Orientation Instead Of Portrait

Jun 19, 2010

As u know, since android 1.6, there are not dirs on dirs like HVGA-L. Instead, there is only one dir like HVGA. That is, HVGA-P and HVGA-L are merged into one dir, HVGA. So, only HVGA can be selected and by default the emulator is started with portrait mode. Though I can press CTRL+F11/F12 to switch it to landscape mode, I do not like it. What I want is to start the emulator with default mode of landscape. Would anyone know how to do it?

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Android :: Configuration Changed / Orientation From Portrait To Landscape?

Nov 10, 2010

While working on orientation change I have found that the onConfigurationChanged is not getting called when changing the orientation from portrait to landscape.But when I am changing from landscape to portrait the method is getting called. Is it the correct behavior because the onConfigurationChanged should by called whenever we are changing the orientation. (android:configChanges="orientation")? I have also found one strange behavior or error, When we are changing from portrait to landscape orientation the string value is displayed correctly(automatically by android system) but when in am changing the orientation from landscape to portrait the same string is displayed(i.e the string in landscape mode).The expected behavior is the string id specified in the portrait mode should be displayed.Is it an platform bug or something wrong in my code/programming.

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Android :: How To Rotate Whole System Screen From Landscape To Portrait ?

Aug 25, 2009

Does anybody know how to rotate whole system screen from landscape to portrait?The platform is not G1 or any other phones, it's just a normal ARM platform.Not only one application but whole system.

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Android :: Automatically Switch Keyboard If Portrait Vs Landscape

Aug 20, 2010

I like to use Swype in portrait mode but the Android keyboard in landscape mode. Is there an app to auto-switch the keyboard based on the orientation of the phone?

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Android :: Portrait And Landscape Layouts - Drawable Image

Nov 15, 2009

I have an app that I started in 1.6. It used images that were specific to portrait and landscape layouts. I put these in the corresponding drawable folders, for example:

drawable/image01,png
drawable-land/image01.png

when I created a new project with 2.0 it gave me the following folders. drawable drawable-hdpi drawable-mdpi drawable-lpdi. when I look at the documentation around these folders it all seems very straight forward. I assumed that you were able to create the following folders. drawable-hdpi-land drawable-mdpi-land drawable-lpdi-land

and everything would work as before. The image directory would swap automagically pulling the appropriately laid out image depending on your screen orientation. Unfortunately it does not. The SDK seems to get confused, and if I clean the project, the folders come up as poorly named.

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Android :: Force Screen To Switch Between Landscape / Portrait

Feb 1, 2009

Is there a way to pro grammatically force the screen to change between landscape and portrait mode? I want to allow the user to choose a menu item to rotate the screen, instead of relying on pulling out the keyboard. I am looking for something like activity.change Screen Orientation, but couldn't find such a thing in the API docs.

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Android :: Put TextView In Same Position In Landscape / Portrait Mode

Oct 1, 2009

I am facing a problem when i put a text view on screen in landscape mode it position is fine but when i switch to portrait mode it position is remain fix it not change according to screen resolution.

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Android :: Design A Layout In Portrait And Landscape Orientations?

Aug 29, 2010

I am finding that my layouts tend to look great in one orientation but if I change the phone's orientation, things are a mess. For example on one screen I have 6 large buttons that look great in portrait orientation but if the user changes phone orientation, those buttons get cut off in portrait.

Do I need to code two layouts for every screen - one for portrait and one for landscape? That would be such a waste of time.

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Android :: How To Know The Device State - Landscape/portrait - Programatically

Nov 5, 2009

I want to know the device state programmatically.

I mean whether the device is in portrait mode or in landscape mode by programming (in a class which extends the Activity).

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