Push To Talk for BETA

by flea papa » Tue, 01 Jun 2010 23:53:18 GMT

Sponsored Links
 Hello friends,

We have just released a real-time Push-To-Talk application on Android

Thanks to Speex and NDK, the voice streams take much less network/CPU
bandwidth than PCM or G.711.

Voice streams are peer-to-peer to minimize delay whenever it is
possible to do so between parties behind firewalls.

Talks can be stored on SD-CARD and replayed.

The application is location based.

Most of important of all, it is free!!

Please give it a try and tell us how it doing while we are adding Push-
To-Video function to the application.

Thank you very much!!

Flea Papa


Push To Talk for BETA

by Maps.Huge.Info (Maps API Guru) » Wed, 02 Jun 2010 00:37:19 GMT

 You might have included the app name?

-John Coryat


Sponsored Links

Push To Talk for BETA

by flea papa » Wed, 02 Jun 2010 01:20:07 GMT

 Hello John,

Sorry. I forgot to include my app name.

It is "flea talkie (BETA)".

Here is a screen shot of the app.

Thank you so much for your inquiry.

Flea Papa

On Jun 1, 9:37am, "Maps.Huge.Info (Maps API Guru)" <cor...@gmail.com>


Other Threads

1. How to simulate SD card on Android 2.2

Hi there,
The SD driver on our embedd system is not ready, and many APs cannot
work without SD card.
How do I simulate SD card on Froyo?
I had successfully done this on Android 2.1 by these commands, but
they don't work on Android 2.2:
  > mount -o bind /root/test /sdcard && chmod 777 /sdcard
  > setprop EXTERNAL_STORAGE_STATE mounted
  > am broadcast -a android.intent.action.MEDIA_MOUNTED --ez read-only
false -d file:///sdcard

Thanks and regards,

unsubscribe: android-porting+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com

2. Display Detail Overlay when touch a marker on the map

hi all,

I'm developing a  Google map application which will draw a route and
will have multiple markers on the map. and once user select a marker i
want to display a detail description. i'm using
com.google.android.maps.Overlay to draw markers as well as to draw
path between two markers.

        class MapOverlay extends com.google.android.maps.Overlay {
                Road mRoad;
                ArrayList<GeoPoint> mPoints;

                public MapOverlay(Road road, MapView mv) {
                        // TODO Auto-generated constructor stub
                        mRoad = road;
                        if (road.mRoute.length > 0) {
                                mPoints = new ArrayList<GeoPoint>();
                                for (int i = 0; i < road.mRoute.length; i++) {
                                        mPoints.add(new GeoPoint(
(road.mRoute[i][1] * 1000000),
(road.mRoute[i][0] * 1000000)));
                                int moveToLat = (mPoints.get(0).getLatitudeE6() 
+ (mPoints.get(
                                                mPoints.size() - 
1).getLatitudeE6() - mPoints.get(0)
                                                .getLatitudeE6()) / 2);
                                int moveToLong = 
(mPoints.get(0).getLongitudeE6() + (mPoints
                                                .get(mPoints.size() - 
1).getLongitudeE6() - mPoints
                                                .get(0).getLongitudeE6()) / 2);
                                GeoPoint moveTo = new GeoPoint(moveToLat, 

                                MapController mapController = 

                public boolean draw(Canvas canvas, MapView mv, boolean shadow, 
when) {
                        super.draw(canvas, mv, shadow);
                        geo_markers = new ArrayList<GeoPoint>();
                        if (isDrawRoute) {
                                drawPath(mv, canvas);
                        // marker

                        Bitmap bmp = null, bmp1 = null, bmp2 = null, bmp3 = 
null, bmp4 =
                        Paint paint = new Paint();

                        Bitmap bitmap[] = new Bitmap[] { bmp, bmp1, bmp2, bmp3, 
bmp4 };

                        Integer[] img_ref = new Integer[] { R.drawable.marker,
                                        R.drawable.marker, R.drawable.marker, 
                                        R.drawable.marker };

                        Point user_point = new Point();
                        Bitmap user_loc = 

                        canvas.drawBitmap(user_loc, user_point.x, user_point.y, 

                        for (int x = 0; x < points.length; x++) {
                                markers[x] = new Point();
                                bitmap[x] = 
                                canvas.drawBitmap(bitmap[x], markers[x].x
                                                - bitmap[x].getWidth() / 2, 
                                                - bitmap[x].getHeight(), paint);

                        paint.setARGB(255, 255, 255, 255);
                        return true;

                public boolean onTap(GeoPoint p, MapView mapView) {
                        // TODO Auto-generated method stub

                        Point def = mapView.getProjection().toPixels(p, null);
                        Point pre;
                        Toast.makeText(getBaseContext(), "Touch MAP", 
                        Bitmap b = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(getResources(),
                        int lat = def.x;
                        int lng = def.y;

                        for (int i = 0; i < points.length; i++) {
                                pre = 
mapView.getProjection().toPixels(points[i], null);
                                int p_lat = pre.x;
                                int p_lng = pre.y;
                                if ((lat == p_lat) && (lng == p_lng)) {
points[i].getLatitudeE6() / 1E6 + ","
points[i].getLongitudeE6() / 1E6,
                                        return true;
                        // Lastly return true if we handled this onTap()
                        return false;

and i have tried to use onTap method to capture marker event but
failed. any idea how to do it???


3. CTS Install TIMEOUT error - Android source Froyo - SDK 2.2, ARM emulator ,Linux Ubuntu

4. onactivityresult() does not return any changed result

5. Live wallpaper not showing up on Samsung Captivate 2.1 update 1 while shows up fine on Droid1 Froyo

6. Any proposed changes to the Android Market?

7. Jumpnote