Camera and video mode

by raja sekhar » Tue, 25 Aug 2009 01:05:24 GMT


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 can any one help me to create this jobs
i'm tried a lot but still failure.
plz help me.thanks for ur help.


i need these things .
1. Capture Image using Camera (with the name, format and path
provided)
2. Capture Video (with the name, format and path provided)

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2. Charding existing user for upgrades

I have a free app on the Market. With paid support finally arriving, I
want to be able to charge for my app. I have readied a new version
that includes new features. Can I publish this as a version 2.0 and
charge for it including to existing users?

http://market.android.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=138412&topic=15867
says:
Please keep in mind, that in accordance with section 3.3 in the
Developer Distribution Agreement, any users who installed the free
version of your application are entitled to upgrades of that free
version for no extra charge.

However The Distribution Agreement 3.3 says:
 You may not collect future charges from users for copies of the
Products that those users were initially allowed to download for free.
This is not intended to prevent distribution of free trial versions of
the Product with an pselloption to obtain the full version of the
Product: Such free trials for Products are encouraged.
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If I release an upgrade that has new features, that is not "copies of
the Product that users initially downloaded". It is not a copy, it is
a new changed version. I should be able to charge for a version that
has new features. But Google seems to want to disallow that citing 3.3
which doesn't disallow it in my view.

Can I charge existing users for upgrades to a version with new
features?
How do you other developers view this and what are you planning on
doing?
Jay


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