Ashik Vetrivelu | 31 Oct 15:24 2014
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Google Inbox style SwipeRefreshLayout



Hey Guys, I am just wondering whether the SwipeRefresh with a circular progress chip as in the inbox app is added to the Support Library.

 Pour  in your ideas. 

 



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sree android | 31 Oct 09:51 2014
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How to develop openvpn.

Hi Every one,

We are developing Remote Access Application in android.For that we selected OpenVpn, but how to implement OpenVpn in android,is there any open source code for openvpn in android.Please share any information regarding openvpn.


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Nathan | 30 Oct 23:00 2014
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Discount Codes in Google Play - still impossible.

According to my best understanding, it is still not possible to offer discount codes for your paid app in Google Play.

Ie, a code that you can track that gives people a discount at time of purchase on a specific app.

My next question is, has someone found a creative solution?

Could I perhaps get one if I managed to contact the right person on the Google Play Marketing Team?

Nathan

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Nathan | 30 Oct 19:33 2014
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Android Wear: Disable wakeup gesture?

Android Wear folks.

Is there a way to programmatically put your Android Wear in a state that will not wake up when you move your arm?

Effectively making a sleep or standby mode where it won't come on until you push a button.

I have a Gear Live and I don't see this in the settings.

Nathan

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Vertifi Software | 29 Oct 14:58 2014
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ERR_UNKNOWN_URL_SCHEME in Chromium browser on Android Lollipop

We recently flashed the Lollipop Preview System Image onto our Nexus 5.
 
Some of our apps can be launched from the built-in browser via custom URL scheme
 
<activity android:name="myActivity" ...
<intent-filter>
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 <data android:scheme="myscheme" android:host="com.myhost.com" />
</intent-filter>
</activity>
 
This feature is not working with the new browser in Lollipop, we get a
 
Webpage not available. 
 
The webpage at myscheme://com.myhost.com could not be loaded because:
 
net: ERR_UNKNOWN_URL_SCHEME
 
 
We installed the Firefox browser on this Nexus 5 and tried the same thing and it all worked fine.  And this same technique has worked for us since Android 2.1 thru KitKat.
 
I think I'm seeing a bug that is concerning as browser launch is a critical capability for us.  Wondering if anyone else has seen this and perhaps suggest a workaround?  Alternatively, I hope to get some attention at Google, and am unsure if this forum is a good way to do so.
 
Thanks in advance for any advice!
 
 
 

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Osamah Alzouby | 29 Oct 13:36 2014
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how to add URL button

Hello
I want to add URL button to my project. How I can create it?
 
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petter | 28 Oct 20:33 2014
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Is it possible to make an Android device appear as a Bluetooth speaker?

Is it possible to make an Android phone appear as a Bluetooth speaker? Any sample code or blogs describing how this can be done, if possible?

Thanks!

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chandujujare | 28 Oct 20:13 2014
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Re: android-developer





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Ideal Bluetooth Service

I have implemented Bluetooth in several of my projects where the Android device is the user interface to a custom device with a Bluetooth module using the SPP profile (serial port replacement).  But I want to clean up my code and make it more robust.  Since I expect to be doing more of these projects in the future, I would like to modularize my Bluetooth Service so that it does not depend on the client class code in any way.  I've got a Service working, complete with a thread to read Bluetooth data and deliver each packet of data to the client (which is generally a local Activity).  But my method of delivering data back to the client is by means of a handler in that client.  That means my Bluetooth Service code needs to depend on the client code.  I want to get away from this method for that reason.  The Binder interface  when the Activity binds to the client is fine for the client calling the Service.  But I can't find a similar lightweight method for the Service to communicate with the client (such as when it receives a packet of Bluetooth data).  My Bluetooth thread that reads the data can post to a handler to get on the UI thread.  But then I am stuck.  If I could create another Binder in the opposite direction, that would be great.  The client would just create the instance of Binder and my Service could call a method in that Binder without have to know anything more about the client class.  But how can I pass a Binder created in the client to the Service?  I don't think I can do it in the Intent passed in with bindService, because a Binder is not Parcelable, so it cannot be added to the Intent with putExtra.

I know that Messenger and AIDL exist, but I prefer the lightweight methods for performance reasons.  Is there something I am missing that seems to make this job so hard?

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Doug Gordon | 27 Oct 18:07 2014
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Android Studio Editor feature

After years of using Eclipse, I'm making the transition to Android Studio and am still mystified by some of what I see. The latest surprise was when I opened a source file to make an edit and saw that I apparently had hard-coded a string even though I was sure that I hadn't done so. IOW, what I saw was:

    Toast.makeText(mCtx, "Evernote app not found", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();

However, the text was lightly grayed and highlighted. When I clicked inside the text, the line changed to what I had actually coded, i.e.:

    Toast.makeText(mCtx, R.string.evernote_err, Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();

Which was more like it! Although this feature is certainly very cool in some circumstances, there are other times when I'd prefer to just see what I typed. So what is this feature called? Can I switch it on and off (once I had collapsed the string to the constant, I could not get it to revert until I opened the file again)?

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pedr0 | 27 Oct 17:13 2014
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Run custom android without rooting device

Hello everyone,


I would like compile and run on a real device my custom Android OS without root it, would that be possible in some way ? Can I use the bootloader
to fetch an image from USB/network and boot that ?


I have the feeling this is not possible at all but I am asking to a confirmation.




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