I am trying to write an application that sends (on a separate thread)
a file over TCP to a listening server in my laptop. After several
unsuccessful tries I've found - with the help of Wireshark - that the
Android device starts a retransmission of already acknowledged
segments, and then the server obviously starts sending duplicate
Some duplicates after, the connection seems to have been lost as some
ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) searches between client and server
happen. I've also found that LLC (Logical Link Control) also throws a
lot of "null LSAP individual" messages during the process but I'm not
quite sure this has to do with aforementioned TCP problem.
Has anyone any idea or maybe has suffered a similar problem? Any help
or clue will be very appreciated.
Android 1.6 over Eclipse 3.5.2 (Ubuntu 10.04)
I want to know how to keep the search text that I put into the
standard Android search box.(when using android.app.searchable)
So if I put in a search term "hi" and click the search button, after
the screen refreshes I want that "hi" to remain in the search text
What I am creating is a kind of dictionary that displays all the
closest matched words in a ListView once a user clicks search.
The page refreshes once I click search , the ListView populates as it
should but the search term text resets.
Any ideas are appreciated.
Thanks you very much.