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The Humble Mobile Bundle Is Back: Choose Your Own Price For 6 Android Games

Tuesday 26th of March 2013 /
//The Humble Mobile Bundle is back again and six Android games are up for grabs. As with any Humble Bundle, you get to name your own price and decide exactly how your money is divided among charities, developers, or Humble Bundle itself. The games available this time around are Contre Jour, Anomaly Korea, Plants vs. Zombies, Bladeslinger, The Room, and Metal Slug 3. In order to receive The Room and Metal Slug 3 as well, you’ll have to pay more than $5.56, the average. At the time of writing this, over 27,000 Humble Mobile Bundles have been sold generating over $150,000. You can watch the video after the break to learn more about the games.Source: The Humble Mobile Bundle» See more articles by Mike Stenger//

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i keep getting the message that launcher is not responding.

Wednesday 12th of September 2012 /
i keep getting the message that launcher is not responding. i have tried the reboot with the up volume and power button but it does not help. is there anything i can do?Optional Information: What have you tried so far?: booting by holding up volume and power button, and turning tablet off. launcher still will not respond

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The Android Notification bar is not a billboard, so stop advertising there [Opinion]

Thursday 11th of August 2011 /
My notification window reveals 19 unread Gmail messages, a missed call, prompts to update my apps in the Android Market, and – gasp – an advertisement.Suddenly, Gun Bros has taken it upon itself to pop-up in my Notifications window and tell me that I should play the game. It’s apparently not enough that the game has already sucked up many hours of my “I could have been working” afternoons. Now it’s pestering me to play the game during my “I’m actually trying to work, so don’t tempt me” afternoons, too?This is definitely at the bottom of the “world issues” totem, but I cannot stand when an app intrudes on the sanctity of my notification bar. As someone who receives dozens of emails, instant messages, and notifications from apps per day, the last thing I want to see is an advertisement clouding the stream – even if it’s from an app that I love.It’s tough to come down on Gun Bros because the “ad” is a promo encouraging me to play the game at a certain time and receive double the points

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The Android Source Code Is Released

Tuesday 21st of October 2008 /
Google have today released the Android source code to the open source community.Quote:Today is a big day for Android, the Open Handset Alliance, and the open-source community. All of the work that we’ve poured into the mobile platform is now officially available, for free, as the Android Open Source Project.The Android Open Source Project gives developers access to the entire Android codebase which includes the Linux kernal, app platform, system/graphics/speech recognition libraries, media codex and more.This video introduction details what the AndroidOpen Source Project entails and what is included in the source code.It also asks the all important question, What will you do with Android? You Tube You can download the Android source code HERE, and the official website:[via Android Dev blog]Original Post: The Android Source Code Is Released

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The retro-looking Bionfly is now available for free on Google Play

Wednesday 06th of March 2013 /
Getting bored of playing your collection of classic 8-bit and 16 bit games using emulators on your Android device? You might be interested to hear about a new game that takes you back to the good old days where gameplay trumps graphics, though not always necessarily so.We’re talking about Bionfly, the latest side-scrolling action game starring Mario’s robo cousin from theOmenbit that is now available on Google Play.One of the game’s USPs is its retro-looking pixel art graphics. In other words, you’ll be looking at a pretty simple presentation with no fancy 3D effects. But hey, it doesn’t make Bionfly any less interesting or easy to play, what with 20 tough levels that you have to complete. The objective is to collect the scattered Onyx gems as fast as you can while tackling enemies and navigating through some perilous landscapes.As for the best part, Bionfly is a free download from Google’s front store. We’ve embedded the video above so you can check the game out before hitting the link below. Do you dig the lo-fi game soundstrack?

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Puzzle platformer To-Fu: The Trials of Chi is available in Google Play

Wednesday 27th of June 2012 /
Having been released on iOS for a while, we pretty much knew that To-Fu: The Trials of Chi would make his appearance on Android sooner or later. Thankfully, it has happened sooner rather than later and you can start playing the fun and quirky puzzle platform game right now if you go over to Google Play and download it for free.The DevolverDigital-developed game has enjoyed a fair amount of success over on iOS and almost all the online reviews praise it for being fun, easy to understand and master. That being said, you shouldn’t expect to be treated with some stunning HD visuals or an overly complex story-line.The game’s protagonist is an elastic piece of tofu (I know, it sounds ridiculous, but it’s actually a lot of fun), which you’ll have to safely get to the Fortune Kitty after passing “the trials of Chi”. There are 100 levels to be completed and, while the first few may seem a bit too simple and minimal, towards the game’s end, you will surely be hitting the “restart level” button many, many times.What you have to do in “To-Fu” is stretch, flip and sli

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Access to the software update services is provided to users in the order in which they request it

Thursday 25th of October 2012 /
I am on Vodafone and when i try to get the update using settings/about device/software update/update i keep getting the message below.Access to the software update services is provided to users in the order in which they request it, Try again later.I have tried several times over the last couple of days (JB was released for this phone yesterday) Why am i seeing this message ?

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The Big Android BBQ is One Month Away!

Thursday 01st of September 2011 /
Here’s a friendly reminder to let you know that the annual Big Android BBQ is but one month away. Like last year, the event takes place in Austin, Texas over the course of two days and is hosted by a number of Android sites. If you haven’t purchased a ticket yet then you might miss out on meeting some of your favorite Android bloggers from places such as AndroidGuys, AndroidCentral, and AndroidSpin. We also hear that you’ll be able to rub shoulders with folks from Androinica and AndroidAndMe as well.  Then there’s this little community of people from XDA-developers coming too!The unofficial kick-off is Friday September 30th where we’ll be hosting a pool-party to welcome those of you getting into town early. We’ll be passing out a bunch of freebies in the form of gift cards, accessories, apps, and more. If you get in on Friday then we want to see you at Staybridge Suites between 7PM -10PM.Things get underway at 10AM sharp on Saturday and will feature a slew of sessions, hands-on time, and meet-and-greets with members from LG, Sphero, Spacetime Stud

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The constructor AlertDialog.Builder is undefined

Sunday 02nd of January 2011 /
I am trying to make an alert dialog, but after I entered all the code, Eclipse gave me an error on a line that reads Code:

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aStack The Retro Tower Builder

Tuesday 30th of September 2014 /
"Hi folks, we just released our newest Game on Android/iOS (or both). We hope you enjoy it. Any feedback is most welcome."If you love retro arcade games then this is for you!"aStack The Retro Tower Builder" is an old school 90's Arcade Block Stacker Tower Builer Machine Game. It's a "puzzle" type app where you need to build towers without letting any pixel block fall from it. It's going to start of pretty easy but the spead increases insanly with every placed pixel block until you fail or give up! Past 40 Lines it will get pretty difficult for you to sustaine at all!You won

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