Android :: Application Merging Statement Written On Developer.android.com

May 12, 2009

I the android site, in the application fundamentals, it is written that,

"A central feature of Android is that one application can make use of elements of other applications (provided those applications permit it). For example, if your application needs to display a scrolling list of images and another application has developed a suitable scroller and made it available to others, you can call upon that scroller to do the work, rather than develop your own. Your application doesn't incorporate the code of the other application or link to it. Rather, it simply starts up that piece of the other application when the need arises."

Android :: application merging statement written on developer.android.com


Android :: Cannot Get To My Application In Market As A Developer

Oct 31, 2010

Something really strange happened today and I could really use some help figuring it out. I believe its related to Google's SSO infrastructure, and I don't really know how to contact Google to get my application rescued.

I have a google apps account I used to create the application, its claytantor at sightlyinc dot com not a f...@gmail.com account but its a Google Apps account, so I used it to upload and distribute my application. Today when I was using blogger my account said "do you want to use claytantor at sightlyinc dot com or claytantor at sightlyinc dot com for this account?" what kind of choice is that they are both the same? Well my guess is that somehow I chose the one that locks me out of my Android Market account because when I went to try to upload a new version of my app it thinks I don't have an Android Market account.

Paying the extra 20 bucks wouldn't bug me but there is a version of my software out there that I cant access or manage now, and that *really* bothers me. If I create a new account I will have two versions of mys software floating around the new one and the old one that has been stranded! I cant live with that.

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Mar 6, 2009

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Mar 9, 2009

We am looking for a expert Android developer for Android application development. You must have documented experience in following areas:

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We already have our application running on other devices and can provide you with functioning models. We will provide you with a well documented API for you to interface to our servers. The UI will change a little compared to what we have now. You will have access to an experienced graphics designer for any necessary design changes.

We expect that you will sign an NDA and a contract with us. Compensation will be $20,000.00. Payment will occur as we launch the application. It will be based on a revenue share model where you will get 30% of the revenues up to a max of $20,000.00. We estimate you will reach the $20,000.00 mark within 2 months of application launch date. We are only looking for expert developers and you should be able to initiate the work within the next couple weeks. If succesful, we would be interested in extending additional work as the application evolves.

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Oct 1, 2010

My company is a Hong Kong based company and my app has been hosted by my good friend in America under his Android Market account. Now that Google announced support of selling app in my region, I want to move the app back so to avoid more hassle to him for tax reporting etc.

Do you know a formal way either:

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Sep 30, 2010

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Oct 14, 2010

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Mar 29, 2009

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Apr 23, 2010

I am still not able to save a picture when I send an intent asking for a photo to be taken. Here's what I am doing:
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I can create thumbnail OK (by not putting the extra into the Intent), and can write that file OK, and later read it back).

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Android :: Program For Reading / Viewing Written Files

Nov 3, 2010

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Android :: Reading Pictures Written By Camera To SD Card

May 24, 2010

I want to access camera pictures and camera pictures only. I could not find a specification of how the default camera application stores pictures...

1) Is /sdcard/DCIM a standard of any kind? On the Android devices I've used, it looks like the default camera app always writes to this location. Are there devices where pictures are written to a different location? 2) Is it specified that camera JPEGs will always be accessible on the file system? (And not in some private database for example?)

I'm hoping that if the above two are true, then I can simplify my code by simply reading the jpeg's in /sdcard/dcim. Or do I have to use MediaStore.Images.Media.query() for reliable access to camera images?

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Jun 18, 2010

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But my question is, which is the best/ideal technology (server side) to implement this kind of web service?

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Sep 8, 2009

I am developing an application in which i need to merge and split audio recording.Can anyone give me a hint how to get it done in android? Does it require any external jar?

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My application writes data to a file in the SD card directly. There are no errors during the write. But, the file never shows up on the card, in the file browser (on the device - I use Glance). Where did the file go? When trying to browse the device from my desktop, I notice the USB Mass Storage option is missing guess that's expected since others in the forum explain that it was removed in this version. But, I can't get my PC to browse the memory card when it's stored in the phone. This all just seems to add up to a flaky memory management problem, but I can't be sure.

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Feb 16, 2010

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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:

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

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Jul 20, 2010

So I've got this code (updated for solution).

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

The problem I was having was that one of the TextViews would turn grey when it wasn't supposed to. I tried fixing it by always setting the text to black again, but that turned every single one of them grey.

Until I tried:

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

Don't know why the latter works when setting text grey, but there it is. I guess I'm just a little retarded.

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Jan 26, 2010

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Jul 23, 2010

I'm developing an application that tracks the user's current position and stores it into a SQLite database. Everything works fine, but now I have the problem when querying the database for a track with more than 1000 records it takes nearly 1.5 minutes. On my Desktop it just takes 1 second. I know it's a query with many subselects but I wasn't able to get the right result another way. In my opinion this belongs to the aggregate functions like avg() and sum().

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Sep 27, 2010

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Android :: Invalid Statement In FillWindow()

Mar 1, 2010

I know the error will probably be painfully obvious to you but using cursor.getCount() on the result of the following returns a 0 when there are multiple items in the table and trips the error "Invalid statement in fillWindow()".

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Jul 15, 2010

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The dialog should be opened from the main activity by clicking on a button ..

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Android :: Using LIMIT Statement In SQLite Query

Mar 23, 2010

I have a query that selects rows in a ListView without having a limit. But now that i have implemented a SharedPreferences that the user can select how much rows will be displayed in the ListView, my SQLite query doesnt work. Im passing the argument this way:

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Jul 28, 2010

I'm getting unexpected behavior in my Android 1.5 application under the Windows emulator and debugging with Eclipse. Here's a generalization of what the code is doing:

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Android :: Using COLLATE In SQLite - Locales Is Ignored In LIKE Statement

Aug 13, 2010

When creating my SQLite database in Android I set the database locale - db.setLocale(new Locale("cz_CZ")). This is a Czech locale. A SELECT statement works and takes the locale into account, for example:

SELECT * from table WHERE name='sctzy' COLLATE LOCALIZED

But using LIKE will fail: SELECT * from table WHERE name LIKE '%sctzy%' COLLATE LOCALIZED

BTW. There is no java.text.Normalized class in Android. I thought I could make a second column with a normalized text, stripped of special characters, which would be used for searching - but I am missing a class or way how to normalize the String.

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Android :: IF Statement For Intent Started Activity

Aug 25, 2010

I have a central activity that can be launched from two separate classes. I was hoping that in this central activity I could have an IF statement like

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{
// Do something here
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But obviously that isn't legal so how could I structure an expression to check from what class an intent was started.

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Android :: Cursor Invalid Statement In FillWindow()?

Nov 16, 2010

i sometimes see this error in my logcat output, Cursor: invalid statement in fillWindow(). it sometimes happens when i press the back key and then it goes to the default android listview before going to my custom listview. what does it mean? how do i solve it? Because it does not point to any line of code where the problem is coming from?

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Android :: Anyone Have A Statement From Google Saying NOT To Use Task Managers?

Aug 1, 2010

Does anyone have a statement released from Google or someone within Google telling the consumers to avoid Task Managers on Android devices.I went into VZW, trying to get an additional battery (usually if u complain they send u an additional battery) because I'm getting 5-7 hours out of my battery even when I'm careful and try to stretch my battery. So the women asked questions, do u use Wifi...NEVER, don't even turn it on. Brightness? It's 1/8th of the way on to full brightness, Task manager?No Google said not to use one..So she wouldn't send me a battery because she said that its because I don't use a task manager.I was telling her Google had advised us not to and she said, that's false that Google has approved them to put task managers on people's phones who are having battery problems.(I don't believe that)I looked around Google and could only find it from joe-shomes but couldn't find a statement from Google. Can anyone provide a statement from Google that advises us not to use task managers?

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Android :: Testing A Java Long Value In An If Statement - Does 0 != 0

Nov 2, 2010

I cannot figure out why I can't get this method to enter the if statement.

CODE:.........

Note that the log and debug mode shows that "start = 0"

I also tried

if (start == 0l) {
if (start == 0L) {

What the heck am I missing here? Does 0 != 0?

I'm developing in Eclipse with Java for Android. Thanks.

@methodin - no sorry, that does not work.

@Aioobe - I have a breakpoint under the IF statement, that never gets made.

Here is the actual code I'm running since you've asked.

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

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