Android javadoc downloadable

by CofraJeff » Thu, 19 Jun 2008 18:31:16 GMT

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 Hi !

Can you please tell us where an Android Javadoc can be downloaded (zip
or others formats) ?
We will have to work with an offline javadoc for a project on this




Android javadoc downloadable

by Giang Tran » Fri, 20 Jun 2008 01:38:59 GMT

 Hi Jeff

Take look into the [android-sdk]/docs folder, you'll find all android
docs you need there.


Giang Tran
The University of Electro-Communications


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