Google Android Documentaion Videos...

by Mr.No » Wed, 09 Sep 2009 02:17:40 GMT


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 Hello folks,
where i  can download them in a very good quality?

Thanks in advance.


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Google Android Documentaion Videos...

by Yusuf Saib (T-Mobile USA) » Wed, 09 Sep 2009 03:17:46 GMT


 Google tends to use YouTube, which obviates downloads. Can you use
those?



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Google Android Documentaion Videos...

by lbcoder » Wed, 09 Sep 2009 04:13:56 GMT


 Documentation videos?
You mean those things with the wheezing fat guy nearly dying of
overexertion from lifting his fat finger to push the wrong buttons?

I am so sick of video retards. Written language exists for a reason.
Learn to use it.




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Google Android Documentaion Videos...

by Mike Dent » Wed, 09 Sep 2009 04:26:56 GMT


 2009/9/8 lbcoder <lbco...@gmail.com>:

Heeehee, how did I know you would step in with your ever valuable opinion :)

Nowt wrong with video tutorials, demonstations etc, they are a most
useful tool to aid the learning
process if done correctly.




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Google Android Documentaion Videos...

by Yusuf Saib (T-Mobile USA) » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 01:10:35 GMT


 I haven't come across the fellow you describe, but there are videos
from GoogleIO and elsewhere that are of value and wheeze-free.



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