disable functionality if required external libraries are not installed

by Leo2705 » Thu, 14 Oct 2010 02:08:38 GMT

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 Is it possible to install an application that requires external
libraries in a device without external libraries installed disabling
associated functionality in Android 1.5?
For example, I've an application with multiple activities. Only one
activity is a MapActivity, it requires Google API. Can I disable
MapActivity when it is not supported by the device and let the user
install the application?

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