what services are available at the API level?

by Andy Droid » Sat, 05 Sep 2009 04:50:04 GMT

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 I know about LocationManagerService, AlarmManagerService, and
BatteryService, from Android programming books, but is there a
published list of all available services?  thanks

what services are available at the API level?

by Andy Droid » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 01:40:34 GMT

 That's a good point.  In addition to what I mentioned, I guess I'm
really interested in ALL the API's, regardless of how they are
implemented.  Are all API's documented in one place?



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what services are available at the API level?

by Mark Murphy » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 01:43:06 GMT



But I suspect you've already been there, so I think I don't understand
what you're asking.

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what services are available at the API level?

by Andy Droid » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 03:17:03 GMT

 Yeah, that questions too vague.  The link helped, though.


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