install apk files programatically

by honey » Tue, 21 Sep 2010 18:39:30 GMT

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 Hello i have built vista shell for the android phone. now i want to
install the apk programatically.and add their relevant icons to the
start menu and the desktop of my  activity:any ideass???????? if some
one has done some work on it.


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