[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com - 25 Messages in 16 Topics

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    Meryeme <meryemeayache@gmail.com> May 31 04:59PM -0700  

    yes you are right Francisco we can not install .exe in our mobile
    phone directly. because I am trying to install busybox.exe but it did
    not work for me but when I pass via adb shell it does install it in a
    folder that I create called busybox in data folder. that is why I want
    to put it somewhere in my android application and then push it to the
    phone and install it using some linux commands. so I am wondering if
    that will work. and I agree for the part that the phone has to be
    rooted. for the moment I am working on emulator so I think no problem
    for that. but anybody have an idea how can I install busybox using my
    android application? thank you and I hope I was clear enough and I
    expressed myself in propor why. if not I will try to explain it more.
     
    On 30 mai, 18:59, "Francisco M. Marzoa Alonso" <fmmar...@gmail.com>
    wrote:

     

    Guilherme Utrabo <utrabo@gmail.com> May 31 03:37PM -0300  

    Nathan,
     
    Is it possible to you to get a checksum of the image before the file
    transfer?
    So you can calc the checksum again after the file transfer and compare to
    see if the file is corrupted.
     
    Regards,
    Guilherme
     

     

    b0b <pujos.michael@gmail.com> May 31 04:19PM -0700  

    On some 2.3.x version it was worse: a corrupted image could make native
    decoding functiond block forever

     

    fan zhang <fzhangcsc@gmail.com> May 31 02:39PM -0700  

    Hi:
     
    Is there any way to lunch applications from native daemon just like adb
    shell command am does?
     
    Thanks
     
    Fan

     

    Matt Kanninen <mathiastck@gmail.com> May 31 03:52PM -0700  

    The native daemon will automatically eat apps as needed to free up
    resources.
     
    On Thursday, May 31, 2012 2:39:20 PM UTC-7, fan zhang wrote:

     

    fan zhang <fzhangcsc@gmail.com> May 31 11:59AM -0700  

    Hi:
     
     
     
    I am testing ICS WiFI direct features Using Galaxy Nexus Maguro.
     
     
     
    Is there any way to keep connecting with AP while turning on WiFi direct
    feature?
     
     
     
    Thanks

     

    xMao <nicefuture@126.com> Jun 01 05:51AM +0800  

    it is impossible and conflict, i wonder why you need such requirement.
     
    fan zhang <fzhangcsc@gmail.com>编写:
     

     

    fan zhang <fzhangcsc@gmail.com> May 31 02:56PM -0700  

    I need to fetch data from a wifi direct enabled device and talk to a remote
    server via internet at same time.
     
    Thanks
     
    Fan
     
     

     

    "Göksel Güren" <goksel7332@gmail.com> May 31 11:18PM +0300  

    Thanks everybody. Good and valuable discussion for me. As a result of this
    discussion we say that, "if you can see something, you can copy it"
     
    Regards.
     
    2012/5/31 Kristopher Micinski <krismicinski@gmail.com>
     
     
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    bob <bob@coolfone.comze.com> May 31 12:59PM -0700  

    Is there any good NTP code for Android to compute the time delta between
    your Android device and a time server?

     

    Anuj Goyal <anuj.goyal@gmail.com> May 31 12:29PM -0700  

    Inte has released a x86 system image of Ice Cream Sandwich for its Android
    emulator.
     
    https://plus.google.com/109385828142935151413/posts/K6mFaijFdgr
     
    Let us know what you think!
    -Anuj Goyal
    Google Program Office
     
    Disclaimer: I currently work for Intel.

     

    Shane Isbell <shane.isbell@gmail.com> May 31 12:05PM -0700  

    Yep, been a while, so busy these days with Android, things a bit crazy. I'm
    finding some time finally to start doing open-source again...I think last
    time I posted here, I got a bunch of private hate email for something I
    said :)
     

     

    Jags <jagatm@gmail.com> May 31 11:21AM -0700  

    i ve 4 activities 1->2->3->4 after 4 submit i need 1 to be shown, but dont
    wanna come 4->3->2->1 need to come back to 1 straightaway. whats d best way
    ?

     

    mani kandan <mgmanikandan87@gmail.com> May 31 11:54PM +0530  

    u have to pass intent using 1st activity in on backpress method. .
     
    On 31 May 2012 23:51, "Jags" <jagatm@gmail.com> wrote:
     
    i ve 4 activities 1->2->3->4 after 4 submit i need 1 to be shown, but dont
    wanna come 4->3->2->1 need to come back to 1 straightaway. whats d best way
    ?
     
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    mani kandan <mgmanikandan87@gmail.com> Jun 01 12:03AM +0530  

    U have to use simple intent in submit button on forth activity....
     
     
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    koji <koji.lin@gmail.com> May 31 10:51AM -0700  

    Hi
     
    My application 's error log in google play shows
    many StringIndexOutOfBoundsException.
    I want to find the root cause, but it's really hard for me. Because it
    happens at render time.
    So there is not any my method in stacktrace.
     
    my stacktrace looks like this.
     
    java.lang.StringIndexOutOfBoundsException
    > android.widget.LinearLayout.measureHorizontal(LinearLayout.java:732)
    > at android.widget.LinearLayout.onMeasure(LinearLayout.java:342)
    > at android.view.View.measure(View.java:8363)
     
    ....
     
     
    And I can't find supportTabandEmoji in android git repository.
    My TextView's content sometimes has some ImageSpan, but it depends on use's
    input, so I don't know what textview set actually.
     
    Did some one see this error before? And is there any work around for this
    problem?
     
    thanks
     
    koji

     

    RichardC <richard.critten@googlemail.com> May 31 11:03AM -0700  

    Going down your stack trace, the first method I can't find in the source
    is TextView.onMeasure2 and searching Google for "TextView.onMeasure2"
    (without the "") turns up some hits that look like they are from China.
     
     
    On Thursday, May 31, 2012 6:51:43 PM UTC+1, koji wrote:

     

    Martrinex <admin@martrinex.net> May 31 10:59AM -0700  

    Do you have ICS 4.0.4 as there were some camera performance updates in
    there.
     
    Its the nature of the industry to be secretive with upcoming updates,
    nobody will jump ship because the competition are the same or worse.
    Also bear in mind a team of 30 or a 100 developers cannot respond to
    millions of customers little nags. Finally your complaint is about 1
    app being slow on a specific phone using a specific app it could be
    the phone or app development teams with the issue or the OS on that
    specific phone or app and not the OS as a whole.
     
    I hope this issue gets fixed for you though.
     

     

    Streets Of Boston <flyingdutchie@gmail.com> May 31 10:46AM -0700  

    If it is just a hobby and you make a few hundred, even just a few thousand
    dollars/euro a year, don't worry about it.
    Even if you had to register in the UK and you failed to do so, do you
    really think the British tax service will come after you?
     
    If you make a living of it, make substantial money from selling apps, then
    you really should consider consulting proper legal and financial counsel to
    cover all the bases.
     
     
    On Thursday, May 31, 2012 8:07:37 AM UTC-4, Terry wrote:

     

    Nathan <nathan.d.mellor@gmail.com> May 31 09:48AM -0700  

    If they are all truly CPU bound, probably not, unless you actually
    have multiple processors ( you will on some devices).
     
    However, processing also frequently involves some file or network IO.
    Those threads will typically be blocked for much of the time waiting
    on the IO operations, and you have great potential for improvement in
    the cycles that would otherwise be wasted.
     
    Nathan

     

    "G. Blake Meike" <blake.meike@gmail.com> May 31 10:42AM -0700  

    I'm with Nathan.
     
    Multiple threads not only don't make things go faster, unless there are
    actually multiple processors (and, btw, there may well be...) it can easily
    make them go slower. Multiple threads just allow things to happen out of
    order. They are useful only if there are resources available to apply to
    some task that are not being used, because that task is ordered behind some
    other task.
     
    G. Blake Meike
    Marakana
     
    The second edition of Programming Android is now on-line:
    http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0636920023005.do

     

    Latimerius <l4t1m3r1us@googlemail.com> May 31 06:55PM +0200  

    Hi all,
     
    I know ACTION_PACKAGE_ADDED is sent for a newly installed package and
    ACTION_PACKAGE_REMOVED for an uninstalled one. However, I'm trying to
    figure out which broadcast Intents to expect when a package is
    upgraded (as in from the Market).
     
    When replacing an already installed package with a new version from
    Eclipse during development I get ADDED followed by REMOVED. Is that
    the case though when user upgrades from Android Market? Reading
    Intent docs I see ACTION_PACKAGE_REPLACED which looks like a good
    candidate, but REMOVED and FULLY_REMOVED documentation seems to
    suggest one should check EXTRA_REPLACING and (or?) EXTRA_DATA_REMOVED
    to figure it out.
     
    I'm asking here as I don't currently have a way of testing this and
    googling gives me nothing remotely on-topic this time around.
     
    Thanks in advance!

     

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