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- Widevine Adaptive Streaming [1 Update]
- delete in-app product : can I reuse product id [1 Update]
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- Moutaz Alazab <firstname.lastname@example.org> Oct 01 10:49AM +1000
Is there any automatic method for downloading Android applications from
Google market directly to my PC, I want to do some static analysis on them?
I need to collect a large dataset for some research.
Many thank you in advance for explanation.
- Kristopher Micinski <email@example.com> Sep 30 09:01PM -0400
- bob <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 30 04:44PM -0700
I saw this in styles.xml:
Is there a way to figure out exactly what ?android:attr/editTextBackground
Is that a nine-patch somewhere?
- TreKing <email@example.com> Sep 30 04:47PM -0500
> i have attached the sample picture any idea how to create that .
> i want to add text inside button image dynamically .
That's just a TextView with a custom, stretchable background. Look up PNG9.
TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> - Chicago
transit tracking app for Android-powered devices
- TimeManx <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 30 11:19AM -0700
I'm having a very hard time figuring this out. I'm using a SurfaceView to display the camera preview using camera.setPreviewDisplay(surfaceview).
But I can't figure out how to get the frame rate. I've tried using the Camera.PreviewCallback interface but it seems it's onPreviewCallback() method calls lag behind the actual preview. In other words, even with a smooth preview I only get about 15 calls to onPreviewCallback().
Is there any way to get the frame rate directly from the camera? Maybe there's an NDK solution?
- Piren <email@example.com> Sep 29 11:53PM -0700
As far as i know, it's not the device, it's the OS. It fails on 4.2 and
On Sunday, September 29, 2013 8:25:40 PM UTC+3, Harri Smått wrote:
- elio <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 30 09:24AM -0700
I confirm Nexus 4 is the only one with version 4.3 installed.
On Monday, September 30, 2013 8:53:16 AM UTC+2, Piren wrote:
- Larry Meadors <email@example.com> Sep 30 09:07AM -0600
Yes - sorry for not posting an eventual resolution here.
For me, the simple change that made it work was replacing "http://"
with "widevine://" in the URL to stream.
So instead of "http://blah.com/foo.wmv", try "widevine://blah.com/foo.wmv".
- TobyKaos <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 30 06:56AM -0700
I read in doc that we cannot reuse product ID. But even if we delete
product and recreate it with a differente product type?
- "A.F." <email@example.com> Sep 30 03:08AM -0700
Some month ago an user wrote a comment on play store for my app. It says it
doesn't work anymore in his city.
I replied politely that there apparently were no problems for his city, and
I ask him to give more infos.
Now he changes his mind, and wrote "great app!". So, how can I remove my
reply? It doesn't make any sense...
I can only change it, but it seems there's no way to remove.
- Piren <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 30 06:56AM -0700
Change it to say thanks :)
On Monday, September 30, 2013 1:08:17 PM UTC+3, A.F. wrote:
- Kostya Vasilyev <email@example.com> Sep 30 01:02PM +0400
Just to follow up: building the query myself didn't help.
android.database.sqlite.SQLiteException: no such table: me (code 1): ,
while compiling: SELECT _id, generation, [snip], op_hide, misc_flags
*FROM me age WHERE* folder_id = ? AND [condition here]
The query string is built in my Java code, and then passed to db.rawQuery.
The "FROM me age WHERE" reads "FROM message WHERE" at that time, then
apparently gets corrupted inside system code, again, just in a slightly
I still don't know what makes this one query more special than the others,
2013/9/29 Kostya Vasilyev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Piren <email@example.com> Sep 30 06:56AM -0700
bizarre... seems like you should file a bug report.
On Monday, September 30, 2013 12:02:31 PM UTC+3, Kostya Vasilyev wrote:
- "A.F." <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 30 03:15AM -0700
I guess you have to create widget using the right context.
I use a ContextThemeWrapper to show a dark popup also if app has a light
popupContext = new ContextThemeWrapper(this, R.style.AppThemeDark);
AlertDialog.Builder b = new AlertDialog.Builder(popupContext);
Il giorno domenica 29 settembre 2013 05:56:15 UTC+2, bob ha scritto:
- Alexander Osmanov <email@example.com> Sep 30 12:15PM +0400
Thank you guys for your replies. I still have no clear understanding of how
to handle this problem more efficiently but at least now I am sure it's not
entirely myself missing something important.
Still I refuse to believe there is no one that ever faced the same problem
in android developers world, so I would really appreciate if someone anyone
described how they managed to handle it gracefully. I also have a question
with 100 rep bounty on SO:
- Piren <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sep 30 12:20AM -0700
onDraw should be the proper indicator of when you should update your view
(though it will be called for any update to your view, not only just when
the background changes).
I'm not sure there's even a way to distinguish who's "responsible" for the
refresh - your own changes or background changes.
You can however try to figure out yourself if the background changed enough
to warrant an update - compare the previous background image to the
current, you can allow some percentage of acceptable difference between the
images to lower the amount of times you call renderscript.
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