Android dev console not updating
It turns out that latest Android SDK update moved from tools to platform-tools folder.The most weird finding is that a standard ddms tool won’t work out-of-the-box on Windows unless platform-tools is specified on your PATH system variable. Anyhow, until we publish an update, to make Android Screenshots and Screen Capture tool work with the updated SDK, just copy adb.exe, Adb Win Api.dll, and Adb Win Usb Api.dll, from platform-tools to tools folder. The return Res runnable adds newly retrieved Order object to our custom Adapter and notifies it of the data change: After initialization, we start new thread using the view Orders runnable and show the progress dialog which we close once the orders are retrieved. Updates don't alway meet their deadlines, and that's fine.Overall, the difference shouldn't be all that stark.Menus may be reorganized, but don't expect a radically different interface.Another important note at this point is that your Software Passoin View should extend List Activity instead of simple Activity.
Parsing XML downloaded from the net will be covered in the next tutorial coming up soon.Well, be ready that it might be a bit tricky to get all prerequisites for Android Screen Capture in place, especially on Windows. Continue reading at Android Screen Capture product page to get know application features. First of all you will need to get Java Development Kit 1.6 installed on your system.First things first, so go ahead and create a new project using Eclipse equipped with ADT plugin.The project described below assumes you have a list of objects created, this can be either downloaded from the internet as XML and parsed to create Array List of your custom objects or anything you imagine.
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