How the android based application run

by Barco » Mon, 30 Jun 2008 14:46:12 GMT


Sponsored Links
 Can the application developed on the Android platform run on any kind
mobile? or just on the mobile with JVM installed, or must on the
mobile with Linux os, or must on the mobile linux os and android
library installed?

--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~



How the android based application run

by Charlie Collins » Wed, 02 Jul 2008 02:31:04 GMT


  http://code.google.com/android/kb/general.html #runonphone



--~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~


Sponsored Links


Other Threads

1. Programmatically setting a new default ringtone without the ringtone picker

I'd like to set a new default ringtone without using the ringtone
picker. In other words, there is a certain ringtone that is already
installed on my system, and I want to programmatically set it to be my
default ringtone without any human interaction.

The reason I want this is because every time I reboot my N-1, my
previous default ringtone setting gets forgotten, and I am given
another ringtone that I don't like. I want to set up an app that I can
run manually (or better yet, to cause to automatically run upon
startup) which will reset my default ringtone to the one that I like
without my having to manually do this via the Settings.

The only examples I have found so far for doing this involve using the
ringtone picker, but as far as I can tell, this requires human
interaction, which I want to avoid.

Thanks in advance for your suggestions and pointers.


-- 

2. Setting new default ringtone without using RingtonePicker?

I'd like to programmatically set a new default ringtone without using
RingtonePicker. In other words, there is a certain ringtone that is
already installed on my system, and I want to programmatically set it
to be my default ringtone without any human interaction.

The reason I want this is because every time I reboot my N-1, my
previous default ringtone setting gets forgotten, and I am given
another ringtone that I don't like. I want to set up an app that I can
run manually (or even better, to cause to automatically run upon
startup), and which will reset my default ringtone to the one that I
like without my having to manually do this via the Settings.

The only examples I have found so far for doing this involve using
RingtonePicker, but as far as I can tell, this requires human
interaction, which I want to avoid.

Thanks in advance for your suggestions and pointers.

-- 

3. Launch Activity from BroadcastReciever

4. Maths behind the Android orientation calculation algorithm

5. stuck in OnTouchEvent & OnClikc method. please help

6. Full-screen virtual keyboard?

7. The best way to pick file