Buttons on Android Devices

by prgmratlarge » Fri, 12 Nov 2010 02:18:51 GMT


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 Kind of new to Android, and definitely don't know too much about the
devices. I was wondering whether every android device out there has a
menu and back button? I just wanna make sure we could assume this as a
fact...

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Buttons on Android Devices

by Mark Murphy » Fri, 12 Nov 2010 02:24:34 GMT


 


Any device that has the Android Market on it will have a MENU and a
BACK hard or soft button.

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Buttons on Android Devices

by mort » Fri, 12 Nov 2010 17:46:41 GMT


 


I think the Home button is mandatory as well, the Search button seems
to be optional.
Most devices without Market will have those buttons as well, because
the default Android UI is not usable without them. Exceptions usually
are devices which use only the Android framework with entirely
different UIs, like some eBook readers.

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There are several Android books listed in my Android Programming Knol:

http://knol.google.com/k/mark-murphy/android-programming

Others may be available in "beta" form as well, notably Ed Burnette's 
_Hello, Android_.

I am partial to _The Busy Coder's Guide to Android Development_. :-)

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