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OpenUpdate - Common Android Update Application [3/21/2010]
Sunday 31st of January 2010
Create an Android Updater application that is fed from the central release database to distribute ROMs, Themes, Applications and anything else to the devices.The project has now been placed on GitHub and can be found here:http://github.com/bbuchacher/open-updaterCurrent/Potential TeamDesign/Concept - SimonNWalker - TwitterDeveloper - BenBuchacher - TwitterDeveloper - ctso - TwitterDeveloper - rp1783 - TwitterThere are many hurdles to overcome as each release has different criteria.This is a list of possible areas of concern and functionality required:Wiping, Not wiping.Cleaniing up other folders from SD that other releases used like the dalvik-cachepartitioning, etc.Some ROMs work better with different size partitions.Add a private/public key, or some kind of authentication signing, included in the JSON file.All these issues need to be identified.Many of these options would also required extra settings in the release database so if a developer releases a new ROM they could specify that this requires a complete wipe or not and those options may depend on whether or not they are upgrad
How to export Android sms to Mac?
Wednesday 10th of October 2012
I want to be able to export my Android SMS database to my Mac in a friendly txt, html or pdf format that is easy to read. I have the sms.db file ready to use, i just want to be able to easily convert it. What applications that are completely free can I use? I have over 10000 sms in this database. Thanks!
Android SMS Application Issue..!!!!(Port Number)
Friday 19th of February 2010
Hello Messaging APP: Is it possible to use port numbers(to Send SMS) in Android App like we use in J2ME. So that only those App which have the same Port Numbercan listen.Problem Faced: There is an Application X in Both Users A & B. When we tried sending SMS from A to B using our X Messaging Application, The message will go to our App Inbox as well as Native Messaging.Ex: There is an Application X in Both Users A & B. A sends sms to B. Only X's INBOX will get notified about the SMS and not the Native INBOX and should not store messages to Native Inbox. only application X will know about the sms.It would be helpful if we get some solutions so that we can avoid the messages going to Native Inbox.Thanks in AdvanceNitz Malikarjuna
Android Book Review: Android Wireless Application Development
Thursday 07th of January 2010
While in Indigo Book Store the other day I took a stroll through the Wireless Application Development for Dummies section. Surprisingly this is a growing section with many books on all of the different programming langauges available. I saw books on Windows Mobile, iPhone, and even basic Java. “Where is all of the Android Developer books?” I said to the Associate. He replies, “Umm, that’s the Google one right?” “Umm, YES!” He asks me to reach to the back of the shelf and see what’s there. What do I pull out? “Android: Wireless Application Development” by Shane Conder and Lauren Darcey. I was overcome with relief that it exists, as I’ve seen many Android books available online and was not sure they had penetrated the retail stores yet. I purchased it without question and thought not only will this be a great reference, but when was the last time Android Guys did a Book Review?In the beginning…Right on the front cover is the Great Wall of China along with a description and short history of it on the inside cover. O
RS TechMedic Released G1 Android Telemedicine Application for Remote Monitoring of Patient's Vital Signs
Tuesday 03rd of March 2009
Broek op Langedijk, the Netherlands â€“ RS TechMedic B.V., a Dutch based company with eight years experience in medical device development, today announced the release of their G1 Android telemedicine Application. With this application, physicians can monitor vital signs of ambulant and homeâ€care patients at anytime from anywhere around the world. This product offers a significant increase of patient comfort, fast recognition of heart and respiratory respiratory problems and a reduction of hospital and health care costs.Dynaâ€VisionÂ© is a small light weight and portable device, with the dimensions of a PDA. The patient wears this device in a belt pouch. This reliable and sophisticated medical device monitors upâ€to 10clinical parameters through nonâ€invasive sensors attached to the skin. The measurements include 12â€lead ECG, Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability, RRâ€times, Respiration, Plethysmogram and OxygenSaturation.Dynaâ€VisionÂ© automatically transmits cardiac events and even continuous realâ€time ECG recordings to a secured ser
Bug in Android SMS system sending messages to random contacts
Friday 31st of December 2010
Well, well, well… this is certainly interesting. According to the Android developers forum, there is a bug in the Android SMS system that may end up sending your text messages to random contacts in your address book. The issue, apparently, has been ongoing for the past 6 months or so, and is being listed by the development team as a “priority: medium” issue. It looks like the issue, specifically, is that you compose a message, and tell Android to send it to contact A, but the system will send it instead to a random contact.//Be sure to hit the break for a log of these issues. Have you had any problems like this? Be sure to let us know in the comments.Jun 28, 2010:Device: Nexus One. One day old. Updated to 2.2 FRF50Default Android Messaging Application.No apps installed.Messaging.- Send SMS message to RecipientA.- Message appears to be successfully sent to RecipientA.- RecipientX receives message.- ‘View Message Details’ in RecipientA thread, shows ‘To’ field as being RecipientX’s MSISDN (phone number).Has occurred multiple times on this device now.Interest
I Was Wrong: the "Android SMS Bug" is Real
Monday 03rd of January 2011
Looks like I was wrong in my previous post: the Android SMS bug appears to be real, but dependent on a very specific condition that does not exist for most users. That’s why most people cannot reproduce it.Specifically, there is something about certain email-to-SMS messages that corrupts Android’s SQLite database, causing unpredictable results thereafter. The most commonly cited offender is alerts sent by Bank of America, though SMS alerts sent by LinkedIn and T-Mobile are also cited. It’s possible that any SMS where the sender is an email address will do the trick, or it’s possible there’s something else these specific senders’ messages have in common.To be clear: if you’ve never received one of these corrupting messages, you will never be able to reproduce the bug. That’s why it’s only affecting a small group of Android users.If you have fallen prey to the issue, you should be able to fix it by performing a hard reset (wiping all data) and then blocking the offending sender(s) from sending you texts in the future.This informatio
Handcent SMS: Best SMS application for Android!
Tuesday 08th of June 2010
handcent SMS is AMAZING!! I have an htc droid eris, the messaging app on the phone works and looks great, but handcent is better with the quick text popups, and the many different customization options. This app has the most customization options that I have ever seen for any application. you can completely change anything you want, any thing from the colors to the overall look. this sms application also includes speech to text and text to speech, this feature works alright, I personally don't use it that much. but it is available. Its a free app that I highly recommend.
2.2 froyo - I installed another SMS application, now I get notified twice
Monday 13th of September 2010
I have a Google Nexus One with Android 2.2. I didn't like the default SMS-application so I installed Handcent-SMS. Now when I get an SMS, I get notified twice. How can I fix this?
Use Handcent instead of Android SMS on lock screen.
Saturday 02nd of October 2010
Has any one found a way to use handcent on the lock screen instead of the default SMS? I hate how it says that i always have unread messages but in reality its just cause i haven't opened the Android SMS application. I would love thelock screen to connect to Handcent.