JavaMediaFramework

by Nithin » Fri, 10 Apr 2009 12:12:22 GMT


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 HI to all.....

            Is it possible to include JavaMediaFramework  for android
application....
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Does anybody know of downloadable tutorials oriented towards people
with some programming experience, but no experience with the Android
SDK - videos, pdfs, docs, etc?

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