Looking for Projects in Android

by Android_Learner » Sun, 08 Mar 2009 04:13:40 GMT


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 Hi All,

We have a very strong team  and expertise in Android and have
developed various applications on Android with incredible GUI , Thanks
to google for such a nice platform .

I am looking for some OEM/ Client  who is interested in developing
android applications.
We would be able to have some kind of business together and shall be
able to meet the  market window with quality and before time delivery
at very reasonable cost.

If any one interested, Please do reply for further discussion.
Looking forward to your reply.




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1. problem in deleting Call Log

Hi,

I can easily delete the whole call log with following code



getContentResolver().delete(CallLog.Calls.CONTENT_URI,null,null);



I can query a particular call log with following code

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getContentResolver().query(delUri,null,null,null,null);

But i always get unsupported function error when i try to delete a single
call log

            getContentResolver().delete(delUri,null,null);


Please guide me how to resolve this issue .

thanks,
shahzad

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Hi

I have been looking at the ConnectivityManager class documented at
http://developer.android.com/reference/android/net/ConnectivityManager.html
.

I would like to know if an Android application can open a network
connection (socket) on a specified network interface [on a device
supporting multiple network interface types WiFi, Cellular, WiMax
etc] ? I am looking for the capability for an application to open a
socket on a given type of network for example
over WiFi network or over 3G Cellular Data network.

If this is possible in Android, how would I code this requirement
within the API Framework ?
The ConnectivityManager enables an application to learn about
available network connections and
currently categorises them as either TYPE_WIFI or TYPE_MOBILE.

There is a member function in the ConnectivityManager class  called
requestRouteToHost(int,int) [see
http://developer.android.com/reference/android/net/ConnectivityManager.html#requestRouteToHost(int,%20int)]
which "Ensure that a network route exists to deliver traffic to the
specified host via the specified network interface. An attempt to add
a route that already exists is ignored, but treated as successful."
Sounds like this would install an IP routing table entry to reach a
given host via a specified network interface type (WiFi or Mobile).
After calling this would it be sufficient for an application to open a
socket and connect to the desired destination address ?

Or perhaps the application needs to bind() a socket to a local address
of a network interface of the desired type (WiFi or Mobile)

Or by setting a socket-level socket option of SO_DONTROUTE ?

Any help would be appreciated
Thanks
Graeme
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