A question about "sample sync adapter" of developer.android.com

by jeeyeah » Wed, 30 Jun 2010 02:51:37 GMT


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This is a question about "sample sync adapter" of
developer.android.com.
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developer.android.com)

I don't know what "contacts.xml" is for.
(res/xml/contacts.xml)

Though I removed that xml file from my application, the sync adapter
worked and the user could add new account.

Is it mandatory?



Thank you.
Have a nice day.



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