Email ,Wifi settings

by Murali M » Fri, 22 Jan 2010 07:15:26 GMT


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 I am working on a application from which i need to  ADD,Delete ,Change Email
and Wifi Settings. I even need to add new Email Accounts .
Can you please give me some pointers where i can start this .

In Android, Are there APIs i can directly call for this or should it use
content provider to do the same.?

thanks,
Murali

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Email ,Wifi settings

by muraleo » Sat, 23 Jan 2010 03:37:41 GMT


 I am working on a application from which i need to  ADD,Delete ,Change
Email and Wifi Settings. I even need to add new Email Accounts .
Can you please give me some pointers where i can start this .

In Android, Are there APIs i can directly call for this or should it
use content provider to do the same.?

thanks,
Murali

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