booting up the emulator with custom kernel build

by Juan Lang » Thu, 13 Aug 2009 18:13:29 GMT

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 I don't know any way to get it via http.  I'm also normally behind a
proxy, and I temporarily connected to a public wireless access point
to get the goldfish kernel.



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1. INTENT_SEND and attached files

My app wants to send a data file by email.

However, the data only exists inside the database. There is no physical
file containing it.

In order to make it possible to send this using INTENT_SEND, I need to
return a file descriptor in ContentProvider.openFile(). This means I
need to write my data out to a temporary file on disk somewhere so I can
open it to get a real file descriptor.

However, the email app doesn't necessarily use the file immediately, and
*doesn't tell me* when it's finished with it, so I don't know when to
remove the temporary file. As the file is likely to be quite large I
don't want to keep it around for long periods.

What I'd really like to do is to be able to avoid the whole issue by
using a callback to synthesise the data as and when the email app needs
it, using some sort of pipe. Unfortunately due to the real file
descriptor requirement I can't use Java pipes, there are no Unix fifo
APIs that I can find, and you can't create a ParcelFileDescriptor from a
Unix socket, which was my other option.

Is there any easy way to do what I want, or do I need to start messing
around with TCP sockets?

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I wrote an application that write information to sharedpreference.
I realize the information is overwritten each time i release a version
update. Is this suppose to be the case or I can retain old



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