Motorola Droid :: Sholes 2.0.6 Testing?

Feb 17, 2010

If you would like to test it then you can download it here: Changes: 5 setCPU slots, temp moniter, new boot animation.

Motorola Droid :: Sholes 2.0.6 testing?

Motorola Droid :: Reinstalling From Sholes

Feb 14, 2010

Is there a way to select an individual option from the sholes updater when selecting which music program you want? For instance I installed one option but want another. Is that possible or do I have to undo / redo the root?

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Motorola Droid :: Bugless Vs Sholes

Feb 10, 2010

Okay, I have been running sholes for a few days now and I am really digging it. I have also just OCd to 800 mhz (which I am currently happy with). I keep hearing about Pete's Bugless Beast. My question is, which of the two is better? I am not looking for opinions but more or less facts as to why someone would flash BB over Sholes or vise versa. Is there performance differnces, visual differences, etc.?

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Motorola Droid :: Sholes Multimedia Dock

Feb 13, 2010

I just rooted yesterday and when I went to bed last night, I put my Droid in my multimedia and noticed that the temperature is displayed in Celcius, and I can't get it to change to Fahrenheit. I went to settings and Celcius isn't set, does anyone else have this problem?

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Motorola Droid :: Wipe / Data - Sholes 2.0.3

Feb 12, 2010

I'm usings SM Updater, it's asking me if I want to wipe /data and says to do so if I'm running 2.1. I don't know what Sholes 2.0.3 is based off or if I should do this b/c the rom is different than stock?

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Motorola Droid :: Improving Speed On Sholes 1.2?

Jan 28, 2010

First off, let me just say that I recently switched over to the Droid from my Palm Pre on Sprint, which was a huge letdown for me. I'm loving my Droid so far and I just rooted it today with Sholes 1.2 ROM. I'm not that impatient to install a 2.1 ROM on my phone, as I already like 2.0.1 enough to keep it stock.I was curious about installing some of the 2.1 apps on it, which is why I ended up installing Sholes 1.2. However, I've noticed that it seems to take quite a bit of my memory compared to stock 2.0.1. In fact, it seems to run slower in general than the stock 2.0.1. Is there any way to improve this, or should I just wait for the 2.1 OTA?

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Motorola Droid :: Big Jump In Video Quality With Sholes

Feb 10, 2010

I wasn't having much luck with the video recording, but saw a thread on how to improve the quality with a few modifications. Thread here: It suggested that I change the bps from 300,000 to 800,000. I couldn't really figure out how to do it, so I never did. I eventually installed the Sholes ROM from the Market and noticed an instant improvement in video quality. I checked my Astro file, (in the system/build file as in the link posted above), and noticed that it is now set to 900,000 bps, rather than 300,000 obviously this was changed automatically by the Sholes ROM. Just another confirmation that the Sholes was a great decision, for me at least. Here's a couple of videos to show the difference. This is a breakfast/storage room and my dog, Riley, who never knows exactly how to behave in front of the camera.

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Motorola Droid :: Sholes Mod Updater Compatible With Slidescreen

Feb 11, 2010

Does anyone know if the Sholes Mod Updater is compatible with Slidescreen Pro? (the alternative home screen app)

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Motorola Droid :: Install Diff Kernal In Sholes Rom?

Feb 15, 2010

I want to install a diff kernal in the sholes rom first is this ok to do and cause no problems i want to do it cause i kno with certain ones then yuo can cpu temp so how do i install one and which one should i

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Motorola Droid :: Rooted W/Sholes 2.0.3 Change Unlock Screen?

Feb 8, 2010

Just used the new SMUpdater to root my Droid, but don't like the revert back to the 2.0 unlock screen (half moon swipe). Anyone know if there is a way to change it back to the 2.0.1 left-to-right unlock screen?

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Motorola Droid : Program Works With Sholes To Monitor Battery - CPU Temps?

Feb 13, 2010

I got sholes from the market last night and i absolutely LOVE it. I just have a few questions about my OC profile and a temp monitor

Right now my profile is set to
Max 1
min 250

Max 550
Min 125

Power <100%
Max 800
Min 250

Max 550
Min 125

Do those look ok? Also what program works with Sholes to monitor battery and CPU temps?

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Motorola Droid :: Testing My New App

Feb 18, 2010

Nothing to see here, please move along

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Motorola Droid X :: Noise Cancellation Testing

Jul 29, 2010

I took the time to test the noise-cancellation quality on my baby DX. I'll post the results here for all to enjoy.. Air Vent Trial. Music Trial

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Motorola Droid :: Beta Testing For Flash 10.1

Jan 28, 2010

Does anyone know where we can sign up to be a beta tester for Adobe/Android when they release flash?

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Motorola Droid :: Testing JIT Actually Enabled / Working?

Mar 8, 2010

I installed Pete's BB v0.5 (ERE53) yesterday. Using the stock non-overclocked kernel, I am stunned at how much faster 2.1 is over 2.01.Anyway, I am curious about the JIT compiler and edited build.prop to enable it. I understand from reading either here or somewhere else that you don't have to push the three files (, etc.) as they already exist in BB. I did indeed find the three files.So how do I test to see if JIT is actually enabled and working? I ran Linpack a bunch of times before and after enabling. The highest I've see after enabling JIT is 4.667 mflops. It seems to consistently return 4.6xx mflops with occasional drops to 4.5xx or 4.4xx. Before enabling, it seemed to return mostly 4.5xx with an occasional 4.6xx. With such a small difference, I'm not convinced that JIT is actually enabled & working.

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Android :: Testing Problem With ActivityInstrumentationTestCase2 - T - Error When Trying To Access Activity Under Testing

Feb 24, 2010

I wrote a simplest test based on android.test.ActivityInstrumentationTestCase2.


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Android :: Android Functional Testing - Testing Multiple Activities

Apr 16, 2009

I've been exploring the Android test package and I'm very confused on how to implement functional testing for endpoint-to-endpoint.

Consider the example below, I have 4 activities: 1. A Contact List Activity 2. A View Contact Activity 3. An Add/Edit Contact Activity 4. A Sync Contact List activity

I want to automate a few tests that will go through multiple test cases simulating a user experience: From launching the application, to selecting 'Add contact;' opening the add contact activity, entering data, saving it, going back to the list activity, and verifying the new contact was saved properly.

As I understand it, ActivityInstrumentationTestCase<T extends Activity> and ActivityUnitTestCase<T extends Activity>, are only useful for testing single activity functionality.

But what if I need to switch between 2 or more activities inside a single functional test case?

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Android :: Sholes Root App Removed Voice Search?

Feb 5, 2010

I used the sholes app to root my phone. Didn't work for me. Went back to2.01 but now I don't have voice search. I use it several times a day and want it back.

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Android :: Use JUnit4 For Testing Droid Apps?

Oct 3, 2009

I got 'no JUnit3 tests' info when trying to use JUnit4-only tests under android 1.6

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Android :: Points To Remember While Testing Droid Application?

Oct 2, 2010

What are different points to note down while testing android applications? What are different techniques or test cases used for android?

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Android :: Way To Install A Specific Version Of Droid On Phone For Testing?

Sep 20, 2010

My boss recently gave me an HTC Wildfire phone for doing an Android version of one of our mobile apps, which is all fine and good, except that the app requires API level 8 (ie Android 2.2), and the phone itself only has Android 2.1 installed. After much googling, I discovered that this phone does support Android 2.2, and carriers will be rolling out updates over the air for this model phone "in the near future". Since I'm not entirely certain what our lazy carrier's definition of "near future" is, it would be nice if I could download images for particular releases and install them on my phone. Coming from the world of the iPhone, it seems that this should be something rather necessary in order to successfully develop an Android app. Yet, it doesn't seem that Google offers any Android OS updates themselves. Have I no choice but to wait for the carrier to release an update?

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Android :: Looking For Testing An App

Oct 10, 2010

I don't know if this is kosher, but I wanted to see if anyone would want to test an app I built. I don't want to release an app to the market without getting out all the bugs I can, but I'm a lone developer trying to build apps on the side in my free time. I don't know many people with Droids, so I'm trying to reach out to the community. I built an app I call "Next Track on Shake". Not a good name, (and I'm up for suggestions for a better name) but I can't think of anything else to explain its function. I listen to alot of music, usually on shuffle, and I hate having to wake the phone up, unlock the screen, open the music player, and change the track. The new versions of Android require PIN or Password when you use a corporate account, and that adds another step in changing tracks. I built an app that allows you to shake the phone, whether awake or not, and it will move to the next track for you. I also added the ability to customize the shake; you can set how hard or how fast you need to shake the phone to change the track. The default shake is a good setting for most people, but alot of people jog with the phone on their arm or hip and would need to adjust the strength of the shake so as to not accidentally change tracks. I've also added the ability to stop/start the service when needed, and I display an ongoing notification when the service is running. When the phone is rebooted, the app checks the preferences, and only starts the app if you had the service running before reboot.

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Android :: Want App Testing

Jan 26, 2010

I have created an app which needs some testing done. I have tested it on the HTC Hero (UK version) and the HTC Tattoo. Worked well on both the devices. I wanted to test it on the newer android phones like the Droid or the Nexus One. If anyone could help me out with the testing, there is a link to the .apk file below. This app does functions like silencing the ringtone when the phone is flipped, switching on the speakerphone when in call etc.

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Android :: Testing Uses Permission

Jun 24, 2009

I'm prepping my first app for publishing and am a bit confused about how to properly test my <uses-permission> tags.. if i don't specify any permissions my app runs with no complaints on my G1. I tried installing it via "adb install" as well as with the eoeAppInstaller (as somebody had recommended). Also, the app is signed with my own certificate (not the debug cert). given that it works fine with no permissions (btw, it accesses camera and sd card), how will I know if I've set all of the proper <uses- permission> tags?

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Android :: Need To Test UI Testing

Feb 8, 2010

Is there anything to test the UI of an Android app like Jemmy for Swing?

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HTC EVO 4G :: App Testing / Registered Shots Better?

Jun 17, 2010

I've just started developing for android and have released my first app. I'm getting some bug reports about the app not registering shots, like you tap the screen 10 times put the player only shot 9, and the evo 4g seems to have these problems, so please help me! The app: Search for: "Trigger frenzy paintball" on the android market. Or scan this Before you answer these questions, please make sure that you are only touching the screen with one finger at a time.
1. How fast were you able to shoot?
2. Does it feel like the app isn't registering shots?
3. If you can try this app at another phone model, what phone did you try it on? Did it feel like it registered shots better?

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Android :: Nexus One Testing

Jul 18, 2010

Can someone with a Nexus One download AppFriend from android market (qr code - and give me a stack trace of the error message? I've got reports coming in that it crashes on startup (and the nice 1 star reviews that follow). The code that it is breaking on is really simple, so I'm not sure what the incompatibility could be, as it works on G1 and Magic.

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Android :: Testing On Every Possible Device?

Nov 13, 2009

We have many phones, but we don't--and probably never will--have all of them.

It's frustrating that some phones cannot see our apps in the market, and we'd like to know which phones those are.

We'd like to have a simple way to have our app tested on each phone, but at this point there's no easy way to do that.

My question is: what would we as developers be willing to do to get these needs met? Is there enough demand for someone to buy all possible Android devices and charge a nominal fee for these services?

We would pay a small fee to have out app accessed and downloaded on all phones--this would give us a report of which phones could access our app. We would pay a fee to have a step-by-step test ran on each possible device so we could know it worked on that device, at least minimally.

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Android :: About The Testing Of Bluetooth?

Jul 8, 2010

I have some questions about the testing of bluetooth.

I have tried the bluetooth chat and it worked pretty well on my two Andriod 2.1 based mobile phones.

However, this test can only be done only by someone who has 2 android phones and the version must be 2.1.

I assume this is a big issue because i looked into the CTS related to Bluetooth topic and it doesnt explain much about it.

The regular expectation for testing Bluetooth should be:

# Scan for other Bluetooth devices # Query the local Bluetooth adapter for paired Bluetooth devices # Establish RFCOMM channels # Connect to other devices through service discovery # Transfer data to and from other devices

In my case:

I would like to implement the application to send the file(image file, mp3, whatever...) from my Android 2.1 mobile to any device with Bluetooth module.

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Android :: Testing 3D GPS Application

Sep 9, 2009

We are working on an application that is a "Black Box in a phone" Written only for Android at the moment, we have tested on T1 and Magic, and we are looking for people to help us test it in various circumstances.

The app is designed for pilots and those that fly, tracks the phone in realtime and displays it on others phones and also in 3D on the website, GPS Logbooks - Home | Black Box Flight Recording, using only your Android cell phone.

The app is now in the marketplace, so we are looking for pilots, navigators, glider pilots, balloonists, sky divers and anyone else who likes to fly to download the app and go flying. After that you can publish your flights and share them with others.

Please note that your location data is visible to anyone on the site when you are flying live, so don't use it if you are somewhere that you don't want people to know about.

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