How to get the WebView UserAgent (without having a Context)

by Matt Kanninen » Wed, 16 Dec 2009 03:12:24 GMT


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 So many things require a context I'm just in the habit at this point
of passing the Context around everywhere.  You can get in trouble if
you try to preserve a reference to a context past it's lifetime
though.




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1. Testing on every possible device

We have many phones, but we don't--and probably never will--have all of
them.

It's frustrating that some phones cannot see our apps in the market, and
we'd like to know which phones those are.

We'd like to have a simple way to have our app tested on each phone, but at
this point there's no easy way to do that.

My question is: what would we as developers be willing to do to get these
needs met? Is there enough demand for someone to buy all possible Android
devices and charge a nominal fee for these services?

We would pay a small fee to have out app accessed and downloaded on all
phones--this would give us a report of which phones could access our app. We
would pay a fee to have a step-by-step test ran on each possible device so
we could know it worked on that device, at least minimally.

What about the rest of you? Can we encourage someone to provide us this
service?

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Warm regards,
Scott
SoftwareForMe.com
Makers of PhoneMyPC

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Thanks in advance!

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