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by David Smith » Wed, 09 Dec 2009 19:42:10 GMT


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Other Threads

1. NFC Android

In my application are some activity first login to application and
second where I should touch tag and when I'm touching the tag Android
asking me which application I want to use, I need some thread which
allow me to check the activity action without asking me which
application I want to use, how to do it?

And second let's say we have more than one tag close to Android phone
which of the tag will be discovered and how is it work?

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2. manual building of apk's

In preperation for adding android source to an existing source tree
(which has it's own build system and version control and thus we do
not want to be forced to switch to ant/git) I am attempting to do a
manual build under froyo of HelloAndroid (works perfectly with ant)
and I have been able to replicate the process (as far I can tell) all
the way up to the adb install and then it fails on bad magic numbers
in the dexopt phase of install:

D/AndroidRuntime(  519):
D/AndroidRuntime(  519): >>>>>>>>>>>>>> AndroidRuntime START
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
D/AndroidRuntime(  519): CheckJNI is OFF
D/AndroidRuntime(  519): --- registering native functions ---
D/PackageParser(   79): Scanning package: /data/app/vmdl20525.tmp
I/PackageParser(   79): Impliciting adding
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE to old pkg com.h
I/PackageParser(   79): Impliciting adding
android.permission.READ_PHONE_STATE to old pkg com.h
E/PackageManager(   79): Package com.h has mismatched uid: 10050 on
disk, 10041 in settings
I/PackageManager(   79): /data/app/vmdl20525.tmp changed; unpacking
D/installd(   52): DexInv: --- BEGIN '/data/app/vmdl20525.tmp' ---
W/dalvikvm(  525): DexOptZ: zip archive '/data/app/vmdl20525.tmp' does
not include classes.dex
W/installd(   52): DexInv: --- END '/data/app/vmdl20525.tmp' ---
status=0xff00, process failed
E/installd(   52): dexopt failed on '/data/dalvik-cache/
data@a...@vmdl20525.tmp@classes.dex' res = 65280
W/PackageManager(   79): Package couldn't be installed in /data/app/
com.h.apk
D/AndroidRuntime(  519): Shutting down VM
D/dalvikvm(  519): DestroyJavaVM waiting for non-daemon threads to
exit
D/dalvikvm(  519): DestroyJavaVM shutting VM down
D/dalvikvm(  519): HeapWorker thread shutting down
D/dalvikvm(  519): HeapWorker thread has shut down
D/jdwp    (  519): JDWP shutting down net...
D/dalvikvm(  519): VM cleaning up
D/dalvikvm(  519): LinearAlloc 0x0 used 662676 of 4194304 (15%)
D/dalvikvm(   79): GC freed 8599 objects / 444928 bytes in 220ms

below is the script I have so far for the build:

aapt package -f -M AndroidManifest.xml -I /home/aryeh/android-AOSP-2.2-
i386-distro-20100709/platforms/android-8/android.jar -S res -m -J src

javac -bootclasspath /home/aryeh/android-AOSP-2.2-i386-distro-20100709/
platforms/android-8/android.jar -sourcepath src -d obj src/com/h/
HelloWorld.java -target 1.5 -encoding ascii

dx --dex --output=classes.dex obj

aapt package -f -M AndroidManifest.xml -S res -I /home/aryeh/android-
AOSP-2.2-i386-distro-20100709/platforms/android-8/android.jar -F
helloworld.apk

apkbuilder helloworld-debug.apk -u -z helloworld.apk -f helloworld.apk

jarsigner  -keystore ../.android/debug.keystore -storepass android -
keypass android -signedjar helloworld-debug-signed.apk helloworld-
debug.apk androiddebugkey

aapt list helloworld-debug-signed.apk
~/hellowolrd aryeh@flosoft-stable% sh ack

THIS TOOL IS DEPRECATED. See --help for more information.


Warning:
The signer certificate will expire within six months.
META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
META-INF/ANDROIDD.SF
META-INF/ANDROIDD.DSA
res/layout/main.xml
AndroidManifest.xml
resources.arsc
res/drawable-hdpi/icon.png
res/drawable-ldpi/icon.png
res/drawable-mdpi/icon.png
classes.dex
705 KB/s (21643 bytes in 0.029s)
        pkg: /data/local/tmp/helloworld-debug-signed.apk
Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_DEXOPT]

adb install helloworld-debug-signed.apk

just for ref here is the output of the above manual procedure:

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3. Manaul creation of APK's

4. Odd Animation/Layout Button "Hit Area" Problem

5. Is there direction of developing to full compatibility linux packages(rpm, deb, tgz, etc...) which already and android?

6. Please recommend job boards for Android developers

7. Supporting motion jpeg with avi oontainer