ada yang jual moto droid BNIB

by Ryandi Ardin » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 12:12:18 GMT


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share dong, dijakarta ada ga toko or perorangan yang jual Moto Droid CDMA
bnib? pastinya yang bisa bantu inject-in jg biar langsung jalan...klo ada
japri-in ane ya. makasih.

salam,
Ryandi

PS : maap klo salah2 kata..

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1. App Test Group - Progress

Hello.  I posted several weeks ago in the android application
distribution group... a request for G1 users to join an application
test group.  I have received some feedback and would like to update on
progress.

The group is growing.  Participants have joined the app test group
from over ten forums representing four countries, six time zones, ages
14-55 and two devices to-date.  All signed on by sending personal
message or email to griff.b...@gmail.com.  Those that did not send
contact (email) information are not included in the testing group yet.

The appeal seems to bethe common interest in improving the
applications and expanding the use of Android.  As well as the desire
to broaden testing feedback to a larger group for objectivity, and
adding feedback on application features and market appeal.

Feedback from various contributors has resulted in some new ideas.

Participants can choose their level of involvement.  Testers can
participate as often or as little as they like, choosing to contribute
on any level.  Just test and provide feedback, become a moderator, or
participate in custom testing.  So you can match the time you have or
commitment level.

Correspondence within the group.  Eventually, participants will be
able to contact each other (outside of the otherwise blind testing
methodology) to interact with this uniquely motivated group of
contributors.

Opt-in for public reporting of results.  Developers can post their
apps for review and feedback privately, or opt for results to be
included in an open report.  This periodic report would be provided to
participating developers for their own purpose, and potentially to
marketing outlets that cover app development and provide more in-depth
review (appnoodle, androidtapp, andriodguys, androidandme,
therebelroid and traditional media like cnet and such one day).

The value of peer review.  Since testers would be familiar with the
development environment, they might be able to make suggestions based
on their experience with the code base.  Those with advanced
familiarity with frameworks, libraries, runtimes etc. might help those
without.  ey, here is a way you could add a suggested feature
Testers would have familiarity with many apps that are already out
there, so could make an informed value assessment based on what is
unique, different, or better than what is out there.

Custom testing.  Apps that rank high in value, might submit for a
special round of testing.  Here the developer could request that
testers stress given functions or engage in certain activities with
defined frequency in order to gather useful information on variables
like traffic, bandwidth, storage, etc. helping the developer model
cost and resource requirements.

If you are interested in joining the group please send me an email at

griff.b...@gmail.com

I would also appreciate any feedback or suggestions.

Cheers,

Griff
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2. screen Y position not changing after soft keyboard pushes window up.

I previously posted this question on July 3 deep in an existing
thread.  I have not received an answer.  I've been advised to
start a new thread.

We have a case where View.getLocationOnScreen() seems
to have a bug.  The window where this happens is an
EditTextPreference.  To reproduce the problem:

1. bring up the AlarmClock app
2. click Menu
3. click Add Alarm
4. click Label
5. observe (either with HierarchyViewer or your eyes) the position of
this window
6. click the "Alarm" EditText box
7. observe (eyes, HV) the new position of this window

I have modified ViewDebug so it returns two more values for each view:
the
two values returned by View.getLocationOnScreen().  I named them
screenX
and screenY.  HierarchyViewer (unchanged) displays these values.

Before the window moves (step 5) I see these values from
HierrarchyViewer:

screenX:     27
screenY:   229

After the soft keyboard is displayed and the window is pushed up,
(after step 6), I completely refresh the information in
HierarchyViewer,
these values have not changed.  Since the window has definitely
 moved, I suspect this is a bug.

Is there an alternative way using ViewDebug to getting the screen
position
of the EditText box under these circumstances?  I'm stumped.

-Sam

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