Android :: Can't Access Package Private Fields In Android.widget Package?

Oct 7, 2010

I'm attempting to override an Android View class to tweak the functionality just slightly. But I need to modify a field that does not have a setter method. I've placed the subclass in a package called android.widget. Why can't I access any of the package-private member fields? I notice that the compiler says they "cannot be resolved," rather than not being accessible. Does this have something to do with how Android.jar is built?

Android :: can't access package private fields in android.widget package?


Android :: How To Access Other Package's Private Files?

May 24, 2009

I'm trying to find a way to access private files created by other packages.According to the dev site (plz see the following), I can read/write files of other packages if some flags are set on the create of those files, but I don't know how. Can I just open those files with Context.openFileInput(or Context.openFileOutput)? Do I need a different way for those three cases? By three cases, I mean getSharedPreferences(String, int), openFileOutput(String, int), openOrCreateDatabase(String, int, SQLiteDatabase.CursorFactory).

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Jul 6, 2010

How do I make fields accessible across a package? Currently, even if they are declared public i'm not able to access the fields from another class in the same package.

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Feb 12, 2009

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Feb 25, 2009

I have 5 activities in my project. How can i check the condition of 2nd activity from 4th activity? Based upon this condition i want to do something. If anybody know this please tell me. Am waiting for the response.

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Android : Access A Service In Other Package?

Nov 22, 2010

I am trying to access a service in other package, but not able to get the binder.code...
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I tried with serComponent( ) & serClassName( ) as well, but for both the cases onServiceConnected( ) is not getting called. I googled and used the hint for listening boot completed and user present intents and starting the service in the broadcast receiver.

how can i access the service of other package (process).

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Jun 29, 2010

I've been playing around with android app and widgets. have a few things running. but one thing i cant seem to figure out is how to package more than 1 widget. say i wanted to release my set of widgets? where in the manifests can i do this?

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Mar 3, 2010

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Oct 25, 2010

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Android :: Private Fields Naming Guidelines

Jan 25, 2010

Here http://source.android.com/submit-patches/code-style-guide#shortmethods it is stated that :

"Field Names
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* Static field names start with s.
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also states that : "The rules below are not guidelines or recommendations, but strict rules. You may not disregard the rules we list below except as approved on a need-to-use basis." I don't like the "m" convention before private or package fields in a class... I really find this uninspired. I mean, if we try to apply good designs, the low coupling of the classes implies having few public fields. actually, in my programs I usually have no public fields, even when I need some I use getters and seters. so, why should I be forced to have almost all my fields in the program with an "m" in front of them? wouldn't be easier to have the few public fields, if there are any, with some "g" in front or something? or just use setters and geters as beans suggest? this really makes my code harder to read. also, following these guidelines, local temp variables used in the methods have no restriction so they could easily be mistaken for public global fields (also without restriction). this also I find to be wrong, as it is a probable source of mistakes. I understand to have a way of differentiating from fields, but private/protected member fields are the most used in an application, they shouldn't be less "readable". what do you think? should I follow the guidelines?

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Android :: SKD 1.6 No Available Package For API 1

Sep 16, 2009

I have installed the new SDK 1.6r1 on Windows and I realise that 1.6 does not included the older APIs so ran the android.bat tool to download them. The "available packages" only offer me SDK Platform Android 1.1 API 2; I was also hoping to download 1.0 API 1 as I am developing an application that only needs very basic functionality and I would like to be compatible with as many devices as possible.

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Android :: Tab AVD Add On Package

Oct 21, 2010

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Android :: ADC 2 Package Name After Competition Is Over

Aug 27, 2009

Just wanted to know, if we participate in ADC2 will we be required to use a different package name (to the ADC one) for our app *after* the competition is over? Reason for this is that I'm wondering whether I should assign a separate package name now for ADC and keep my standard one for later.

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Nov 23, 2009

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Mar 23, 2009

I'm looking for a way to get the certificates from a package that are used to sign it. Using the PackageInfo class it is possible to get the signatures. But what can I do with signatures if I don't get the public keys to verify these.

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Nov 1, 2010

does anyone know how you can find the package name for a particular app already installed on your handset? They usually go like: com.example.prototype(Where the folder prototype cotains the runnable files)Trying to use the intent function to launch an app within an app.Was told putting this code in the onclicklistener method for the button would allow this, yet to test it successfully. I reckon it works, just need to figure out package name of the app I wanna launch.Intent i = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_MAIN);i.addCategory( Intent.CATEGORY_LAUNCHER); i.setPackage("com.otherapp.package"); startActivity(i);Want to press a button, to launch the "com.otherapp.package"

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Jul 9, 2010

If i create a service and in it use the method context.getPackageName() or context.getPackageCodePath(). If i then compile that service into a .jar file and someone else includes it in their app will those methods return the original package of the service or that package that they have been included in?

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Android :: Get All Package Names

Jun 30, 2009

Is there any method to get all android package name?

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May 14, 2010

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Jun 2, 2010

I've written an Android app wich various abstract classes that perform useful functions. These functions could be leveraged in other apps. I want to share a class module with another programmer, but I don't want to share the source code. I would like to share a .class file but I'm not sure how to do the following:
Compile an Android .java file into .class What does the receiver of the .class file have to do to use that .class in their project? (using Eclipse environment)

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Apr 5, 2009

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Aug 18, 2010

I am working on windows with JDK, Android SDK and eclipse set successfully. I download the com.android.sdk package from: http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=platform/packages/apps/Stk.git;a=summary

But when I import the project to the eclipse, errors happen everywhere. Mostly is about the com.android.internal.telephony.gsm.stk.something cannot be imported. I googled to find the reason. It only says because of the these packages is internal package and cannot import with standard SDK. So the question is: How can I compile this project? Should I make a linux environment and get the whole android source code to do this?

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May 31, 2010

Once I have created a project with the Android wizard, how do I change the API Package from say 1.5 to 2.1 ?

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Feb 24, 2009

How do I get the Package Name if I am having the PID of the process. For example, if I want to output a list of currently running processes, I can get the PIDs but how do I get the names of the PIDs?

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Feb 25, 2009

I'm looking for ideas on how to have a package that is not distributed through the Android Market (it's in closed Beta) upgrade itself.

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Best idea I have now is to launch an Intent to download the .apk (via web browser), but that would require the user to then manually install the package, which is unkind.

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Android : Way To Get Two Applications In Same Package

Aug 27, 2009

What I am trying to do is install two applications, packaged from the same code, but with different names and different strings.xml files.

I created the two apk files, however, when trying to install the second application, it fails because it says it's already installed. From what I can tell, it thinks the two applications are the same, my guess is because of the package attribute in the manifest. I modified the manifest with a different package name, but R is generated based on that package name and that affects the rest of the code.

So, my question is this: What's the process I should be using to install two applications using the same code, but with different names and different strings.xml files?

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Jul 1, 2010

I m building an android application where I need these packages to import:

import com.sun.cnpi.rss.elements.Item;
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import com.sun.cnpi.rss.parser.RssParser;
import com.sun.cnpi.rss.parser.RssParserException;
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What should I do? From where can I find these packages?

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Sep 24, 2010

I'm developing an Android project which currently has 4 packages:

com.myapp.app.activities
com.myapp.app.db
com.myapp.app.ws
com.myapp.app.utils

Would I be able to create an additional package which is just com.myapp.app. Eclipse isn't letting me create this package. It tells me a package with this name already exists. If I start a new project and create a package called "com.testing.app" and then create a new package called "com.testing.app.activities" afterward, it works fine.

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Feb 26, 2010

Because I could not get avaible package from "Android SDK and AVD manager" of eclipse, could I get this avaible packages from somepalce?

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