Android :: Not Finding Our App In Market

Apr 7, 2010

Some users are reporting that they can't find our app (WordPress for Android) in Android Market. We have it enabled for all devices and locations with copy protection turned off. One user reported that he is from Sweden (see comments at

I'm in the U.S. and see the app in the Market.

Android :: not finding our app in Market

Samsung Captivate :: Finding Google Voice For Android In Market?

Jul 21, 2010

I cant seem to find the google voice app in the market place.

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HTC EVO 4G :: Finding - Downloading - Installing App From Appbrain Or Market

Jun 5, 2010

Handcent SMS .. anyone else having an issue with finding/downloading/installing the app from appbrain or market on the phone?

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HTC Wildfire :: Finding Stuff In The Market Using Scanner/links

Aug 3, 2010

Whenever I try to use something like the barcode scanner to link to an app in the market I get the "There are no matches for the search pname:com.<insert app here>" message...

Similarly google translate asked if I wanted to install google "text-to-speech extended", and I get the same message.

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Android :: Need Finding App Of Picture

Jul 22, 2009

Is there an application for when you take a picture that has red in it, you can make it stay red and the rest of the picture black and white?? (picture editing app) and ive already tried picsay.

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Android :: Finding App / Pin Pal Lite

Feb 8, 2010

My brother has a Iphone and there is a app called pin pal lite. Its a bowling score / statistic keeper. For instance we bowl 2 nights a week in a league and he enters in what he did that frame every frame. The app breaks down how often you leave splits, throw strikes, pick up a certain pin. I was wondering if there is anything like that for the droid. I dont feel like spending 200 on a ipod touch to get this. I have looked for many hours and found nothing..

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Android :: App For Finding Friends?

Oct 12, 2010

I am wondering if there is an app that tracks friends by GPS? For example, you enter their number and it shows location on a map.

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Android :: GPS My Location Finding?

Aug 1, 2010

I'm using this code to find my current location. But if I'm at home it can't locate me. But google maps and another similar applications can locate me although I'm at home. What is difference?

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Android :: Finding View Group Within Another One

Jan 27, 2009

Just use findViewById(

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Android :: Finding Device Model

Aug 31, 2010

How do I find the make and model of an Android device?

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Android :: Finding A Phone With Touchscreen

Aug 4, 2010

My current phone is a Behold, KRZR before that, and a Kyocera SOHO before that. I really like the Behold, it is by far the best phone I have used to date. But it is time for a change. I'm looking for a touchscreen phone with WiFi and Android and I don't want a data plan.
1) Touchscreen (no slider)
2) Android, preferably 2.2 or confirmed update in pipeline (or ability to root & update)
3) No Data Plan (I'm not willing to pay $30/month for something I won't often use)
4) WiFi
5) Fast processor, 800mhz or faster
6) Camera w/flash Possibilities:
1) Because I don't want data, I don't need 3g, so I could run an AT&T phone.
2) I am willing to root a phone, as long as the process is reasonably well explained in a how-to.
3) I am not looking for a new contract and am willing to pay outright for the phone.
4) If there is a phone that will work, I am willing to consider a phone not sold in the US, if I can get it on eBay or elsewhere. Remember, no data, no 3g, so that might open a few doors.

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Android :: Eclipse Plugin 0.9 Not Finding SDK?

Apr 28, 2009

Can someone confirm or let me know if it's a problem with my setup where the 0.9 eclipse plugin will complain about not finding the SDK even if the workspace has no Android projects in it? I work on a few projects and many of them don't have Android apps involved, so it's a little annoying to get the popup on every single workspace.

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Android :: GPS Initialization - Finding Satellites

Nov 26, 2009

I have searched the forum for GPS but find nothing so I am posting here, move if the wrong place. I have a VZ Droid and find that the phone service has to be turned on before the GPS will find any satellites. The fix will continue to hold if I switch to Air mode so the phone is not needed after initialization.

Google has been good enough to give us European maps but if a phone service is needed to initialize the GPS the location function etc will not work in Europe. I had planed on taking the Droid to Italy next year but it looks as if it will be useless. Any workaround or is my phone "broken"?

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Android :: Finding All Supported Intents

Dec 22, 2009

How do I LIST all the INTENTS supported by all the activities(all applications as well) in the Phone.

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Android :: Finding Apk Files On Google

Aug 25, 2010

I posted earlier about finding apps that are now no longer on the Android Market. More so I wanted the Sickipedia app but it isn't showing anymore on the Market. Is there a place where I can go and find lists of apps that I can download as apk's and then install using Astro File Manager? Would also be great if someone actually had a link to the Sickipedia apk. Everything I have found in Google so far directs me to a link for the Android Market but the particular app doesn't exist there anymore.

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Android :: Geocoder GetFromLocationName Is Not Finding Address

Jul 20, 2010

Geocoder getFromLocationName is not returning anything if I'm searching for business places. Here are my finding so far:


I've tested this on 1.6, 2.1 and 2.2 devices that has Google Maps.

I'm trying to find if there's a limitation explained somewhere on the SDK, but there is none except:

The amount of detail in a reverse geocoded location description may vary, for example one might contain the full street address of the closest building, while another might contain only a city name and postal code. The Geocoder class requires a backend service that is not included in the core android framework. The Geocoder query methods will return an empty list if there no backend service in the platform (


So after nights of research, I can't seems to make it work - Google simply wont give me the result. Some discussion on android-developers points a fact that getFromBusinessName was omitted when Google Navigation came out. So I'm starting to assume that Google is pulling back some of their geocoding service.

I can always create a webpage that use Google Geocoder API, but its limited to 2500 api call - and I dont think it will be legal (lol). So what are my alternatives here?

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Android :: Looking For Definitive Location Finding Logic

Mar 31, 2010

I am looking for a tutorial that explains the logic for fast, robust location finding.Basically I am sick of Google Maps finding my location so incredibly fast and accurately while my own application struggles to get a location.I would be fine with pseudo code responses and I will explain what I am doing so maybe I can be shown what I am doing wrong.

1. Get the locationManager object.

2. Do a 'get best provider' call.

3. Get a list of all available providers.

4. lm.requestLocationUpdates(bestProvider, 0, 0, this); hit the location provider as much as I can to get my first signal

5. Send a delayed message.If a location cannot be found in 10 seconds, switch to a different provider and try again with lm.requestLocationUpdates(nextProvider, 0, 0, this);

6. Repeat step 5 until I have a location.

7. Once a location is found determine if it is the most accurate provider.If it is not try again with the most accurate provider on an 8 second delay.If it is the most accurate provider then set lm.requestLocationUpdates(currentProvider, 30000, 0, this); to conserve battery

8. Make sure to lm.removeUpdates(this); before changing the requestLocationUpdates

Now it occurs to me that it may be possible to iterate through my list of providers and do requestLocationUpdates for all providers at once.Is this a viable option or can you only listen to one provider at a time?I have seen that location from onLocationChanged has getProvider()to let you know who provided the location information so that I can know which provider is actually finding a signal and turn off the others.

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Android :: Finding If Two Line Segments Intersect

May 14, 2009

I have been searching for something like this for a while, finally made what I think is a decent solution on my own, and wanted to share it with the community. Comments would be appreciated, I think I may have some small bugs in the equality checking if the lines are parallel (I might need a <= where I have a < in case the last point is the overlap). Hopefully there are no glaring errors. Code...

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Android :: Finding Source Line On Exception

Sep 17, 2010

When the Eclipse debugger stops due to an exception in my Android project, I can see the exception message in the variables window (e.g., "null pointer"), but how can I find out what Java code line my app was at when the exception occurred? I can see a stack trace in the LH window, but selecting any of them doesn't seem to reveal anything that relates to my code.

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Android :: Finding Which Broadcast Receivers Are Registered?

Jul 2, 2010

I have a program that monitors incoming SMS's, and I want it to monitor them full-time, so I registerReceiver with a Broadcast receiver that I've created. The problem is, if I want to unregister that receiver, I can't unless I know the original Broadcast Receiver class I registered. This is not a problem if I set it to stop when the program stops, but I want the receiver to keep running, only stopping when the user specifies. EDIT: Or is there a way of "Storing" the Broadcast Receiver class that I've created, such that when onDestroy is called it can be saved and when create is called again it can be pulled out.Is there any way of doing this?

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Android :: Finding Name Of Phone Contact From Number

Jul 20, 2010

In my app, I get the name of the person calling from the contacts database and read it out. A user contacted me about a number in the format 123-456-7890 which doesn't work. I've tested this myself and can't see why it wouldn't work. The full code I'm using is available here, but the relevant part is below: Code...

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Android :: Finding App Version Number In Code

May 21, 2010

Is there a simple way to find the current version of my application from with it? I would like to add the version string to the about screen.

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Android :: Finding Direction Using Compass Interface

Jan 11, 2010

I need to know if there is an interface to access the direction in which the phone is pointing.

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Android :: Finding Hidden Files In Astro

Jan 6, 2010

I created a hidden directory/folder with astro using the .filename technique. The problem is I can't find the folder. When I mount the droid to the computer, I can see the files, so I know they are there. How can I make it so I can see them on the phone when not connected to the computer?

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Android :: Stateful Drawable Not Finding Other Drawables

Jan 5, 2010

When creating a stateful drawable, I cannot find the other drawables (9-patch images) that are there - i get no "suggestions" ("intelliSense").

But if I try to find drawables in another XML-file there is no problem.

This is my stateful drawable


The "view_background_pressed" etc are all there, and they can be found in other XML-files but not in the statefule drawable.

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Android :: Finding Default Layout Of Device

Feb 26, 2010

Is there a mechanism in Android to know the default layout of any device (landscape or potrait)?

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KitKat 4.4 :: Finding Hidden Android Files On PC

Jun 5, 2014

I have broken the screen on my s3, and have several hidden folders and files using a '.' at the beginning of the filename. I know that Windows won't find the files/folders that use the '.' method, but would it be possible to emulate Linux on my pc (running Windows 8) to find and rename these files?

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General :: Finding Android Mount Points?

Sep 21, 2012

I'm working on creating a custom CWM Flashable ROM (zopo zp900).

I'm making a updater script, but I'm having trouble finding all the partitions for my phone, especially the /boot partition.

See the quote down there, that's what I'm trying to achieve except for my device.


dev: size erasesize name
mmcblk0p17: 00040000 00000200 "misc"
mmcblk0p21: 0087f400 00000200 "recovery"
mmcblk0p22: 00400000 00000200 "boot"
mmcblk0p25: 22dffe00 00000200 "system"
mmcblk0p29: 09800000 00000200 "lib"
mmcblk0p27: 090efc00 00000200 "cache"
mmcblk0p26: 496ffe00 00000200 "userdata"
mmcblk0p30: 014bfe00 00000200 "devlog"
mmcblk0p31: 00040000 00000200 "pdata"
mmcblk0p28: 00010000 00000200 "extra"

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General :: Finding ITunesU Equivalent App On Android?

Mar 23, 2012

is there any educational app on android like the iTunesU?

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Android :: Finding List Program / Password Keeper

Nov 10, 2009

I had a Win Mobile phone prior to the Droid. I had Ilium EWallet and Listpro. So I'm looking for replacements. Listpro could make multiple lists and within that list I could check mark things without it actually deleting the line. Such as I had a book list going for my mom. I would have books she wanted me to pick up for her flagged and one color. Then once I got the book I would check mark it. Once it was no longer flagged and it was checked marked then it would sort but the books I still wanted first then what I had last. Then I also made the ones she actually had read a different color so I could keep everything straight as what to get her. (I hope I'm making sense here).

So I need a list program that is very detailed like this. I tried SplashID for lists but could not get it to download onto the Droid itself. This would have been perfect as it also has a desktop program you can type everything in and then just sync to the phone. The would be perfect. Then I had Ewallet which is a password, bank info, credit card, etc information that you could put in it to remember all your passwords and such. I have not found anything like a password keeper for the Droid. Does anyone know if either of these programs exsists, hopefully free but willing to pay if I have to? Or has anyone heard if someone is making a program like these for the Android platform?

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