A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by behery » Fri, 20 May 2011 09:39:15 GMT


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 HI,

I did all the configuration on eclipse helios, running on UBUNTU, and
after copying code from the helloworld tutorial on ANDROID.COM, I run
the application ...

The emulator pops up and displaying " Android " Logo mirroring, but
NOTHING HAPPENS AFTER THAT .

I was using WINDOWS in the beginning, I had the same result, then I
turned into UBUNTU wishing to get a better result, but it seems to
have the same problem ...

ANY SUGGESTION TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM ??!!!

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Re: A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by Ali Chousein » Fri, 20 May 2011 13:28:08 GMT


 Wait for a couple of minutes for the emulator to start. It takes some
time. Be patient.

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Re: Re: A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by Mohammed Hossain Doula » Fri, 20 May 2011 13:54:37 GMT


 It depends upon you PC configuration to load the emulator... Wait for some
time...







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Re: A PROBLEM WITH HELLO WORLD

by cellurl » Fri, 20 May 2011 20:03:13 GMT


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2. Why is video so broken, there is a serious media stack hiding in there.

According to this article

http://www.gearlog.com/2007/11/fresh_hot_specs_googles_androi.php

there is a serious media stack available.

I have seen http requests from a client identifying itself as User-
Agent: PVCore/5.02.00.00. This matches the name of the product
referred to in the article.

So what seems broken?

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I spent a day browsing video
content provider sites that had a multitude of sample download,
progressive download and streaming links to test. None worked. Not one
all day, and I was picking the low res stuff too.

Part of the problem is that mime types are not configured in the
Android browser, open a .3gp link, you see the bytes in the browser
like they are a text file.

The only mime type that I have noticed that gets handed off to the
media player is the one associated with .mp4, video/mp4.

Try opening a .sdp file, mime type application/sdp, that describes a
rtsp video feed and you get unsupported content message.

It seems that there is the capability to handle more media types than
the iPhone can, yet the integration between the browser and the media
player is so bad that the media player is basically worthless.

1. When will mime types be associated in the browser, so non
programmers can use it to open media links, you know - users?

2. How can I associate mime types with the existing media player now?

3. Why is there no UI that I can find at all in the media player to
navigate to content?
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