MapView map elements size (e.g. street labels)

by lbendlin » Sun, 28 Mar 2010 20:11:19 GMT

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 Have a look at which tiles the Google Maps app fetches versus what the
API fetches.  You will see that they will go to different servers.

There is no rocket science here (vector based drawings etc) - all you
get are prerendered PNG picture tiles (256x256 I think, or was it
128x128?). There's no way to alter any of that prerendered content.


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1. External storage permission issue on Nexus


I have an application on the market which writes to the SD card. I
only need the version 2 APIs but have tested for higher platforms (and
don't want compatibility mode to kick in) so I have it defined as:

        <uses-sdk android:targetSdkVersion="4"

One of my customers reported that writing to the SD card is not
working on Nexus, and he suspects this is a permission issue. I think
he's probably right - I haven't declared

But - the documentation says that I don't need to declare this as I am
using SDK version 2 and this permission is implicitly granted for SDK
< 3.

I could just go ahead and declare it...but then I'd need to build for
SDK 3 and I'd cut off any customers out there with version 2 devices.

Am I doing something wrong here, or is this a Nexus / Android 2.1 bug?



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Baru sempet nyoba browser multitouch di nexus, berhasil, tp blum bagus ya
masih ngga mulus. Masih bagusan di dolphin browser.
Tapi ya lumayan lah.
Target berikutnya yuk ah kita ganyi rom cyanogen. Lagi pada donlot kan yah.


Lucky Sebastian
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