Enable/Disable "Require Pattern"

by bklik » Thu, 12 Mar 2009 18:42:38 GMT

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 Is there a way to enable/disable the "Require Pattern" locking
preference through code?

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1. screenshot for scrolling display


i have a calendar app with monthly display.

how could i do realize a soft scrolling from one month to another.
I thought about doing a screenshot of the act. calendar and
creating a screenshot of the next (hidden) month.

but first how to do a screenshot and than realize the scrolling :)

any other ideas how to realize that are welcome.
(horizontal listview if that would be possible or anything else)



2. Infinite Error: I fixed "Failed to find an AVD compatible", only to get "ERROR: unknown virtual device name"

Is C:\Users\Public\ your real HOME folder?

If you go in a command prompt and run "set" what are the values of the
various env variable representing your HOME (specifically look for

Another user on these groups had moved his HOME folder but the env
variable still pointed to the default location, which is what the
emulator uses.
Somehow though, Java (the "android" tool is a java tool) used the new
HOME location, and thus the emulator looked for AVDs in a different
folder than where they were created.

If this is the case for you as well, you can define a new env variable
called ANDROID_SDK_HOME pointing to a folder of your choice. This will
override the default behavior of the "android" tool and of the
emulator (as well as DDMS), and create a .android/ folder in this
folder of your choice, and in it, the avd/ folder.


Xavier Ducrohet
Android Developer Tools Engineer
Google Inc.


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