Android

Where can you find the In-App Updates API that Google announced?

Developing Android Apps - 5 hours 48 min ago

I can't find much related to it except for articles, some mention that it was in the test stage, is it still not public?

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Categories: Android, Linux

Saturday APPreciation (Dec 15 2018) - Your weekly app recommendation/request thread!

Android - 5 hours 55 min ago

Note 1. Check out our apps wiki for previous threads and apps curated by the reddit Android community!

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This weekly Saturday thread is for:
* App promotion,
* App praise/sharing

Rules:

1) If you are a developer, you may promote your own app ONLY under the bolded, distinguished moderator comment. Users: if you think someone is trying to bypass this rule by promoting their app in the general thread, click the report button so we can take a look!

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[Help] Action on alarm clock

I want to send a message over MQTT in the morning when (or better - before) the alarm clock rings. The problem is - the action which I set isn't starting until I unlock my phone screen.

It has been already a few threads about this, so I have already tried: set "run in foreground", "reliable alarms". I excluded tasker from battery optimisations and allowed "Autostart".

What else can I try? Maybe I could send the time of the next alarm right when I set it? This seems like a relatively easy task, so I hope there is a proper solution for me.

OS: MIUI 10.1.1 (Android 6.0.1)

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Every OEM have a great opportunity for putting out a great Android tablet experience in 2019, but most probably no one will use it

Android - 7 hours 47 min ago

In 2017 Razer showed off a prototype laptop which was actually a shell that can be powered by a Razer Phone.

In 2018 Produced a smaller but similar accessory for the ROG Phone.

Similar ideas were previously shown in Sony Xperia S tv doc and Samsung Dex

In all the cases we can see it is possible to extend the display of Android devices and Have next to none input/output latency.

This means we can have a Microsoft Surface styled device which can just be a shell with an opening on its back to fit in a phone and then the shell can be used as a full fledged tablet.

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I want tasker to buy a stock for me given specific parameters

I made a profile to read notifications from Yahoo Finance and detect if a stock I'm watching goes down by x%, and I was wondering how i could make it open up my Robinhood app and buy that stock. Is this possible?

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SOLVED - "Selecting songs is only available to Spotify premium subscribers, but check this radio station from XYZ out"

Android - 10 hours 32 min ago

Go into your Google app

Settings

Google assistant settings

Services

Music

Choose a different option than Spotify

Unlink Spotify

Choose Spotify again

Sign in again

BAM

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Something I hate more about the whole 'chin' deal

Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 22:39

Put something on the chin(not the logo):

  • put capacitive buttons

  • Or something like Motorola's gesture + FP sensor

(instead of putting the pill/navigation bar on the screen, where it takes up vertical space, similar with the whole deal with the notch)

  • or speakers

  • or hell, a camera

(at least then the upper portion of the body can be mostly clean)

This is coming from someone who doesn't really care about the whole bezel-less craze, I just want something useful there, instead of just having the company's logo(or nothing) there.

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Good tutorial for a "follow-along development" of an (advanced) Android app?

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 22:35

Do you guys know of any tutorials that place its focus on building a single app, as opposed to just teaching concepts / solving vacuum problems? I'm a entry-level developer looking to take my skills further, but always get stuck in the design / idea phase of making my own apps, so i'd like something with that already laid out for me. Something i'd be interested in building along to would be a social networking / messaging application. Any suggestions? Please note that i want something advanced, and not for beginners.

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Categories: Android, Linux

Wear OS Google Fit Update has Support for Bluetooth Sensors

Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 22:09

Just noticed that the latest update to the Wear OS Google Fit app now has an option to pair with external Bluetooth devices https://imgur.com/YIhIZL1

Any one managed to try which devices it's able to pair with?

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Is keyword stuffing in app descriptions ok now?

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 21:56

I sometimes look at the other apps in my niche/category and see what they are doing.

And I just happened to find 3 competing apps that are keyword stuffing and using other app's brand names in their app descriptions.

They have put a list of over a 100 lines of possible keyword combinations, along with other app brand names and other searchable keywords that have no relationship to what the app is about at all.

I was very surprised to see this, and wondered why they hadn't been automatically rejected when they were submitted originally.

Is Google Play now allowing this?

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Categories: Android, Linux

Looking for a wireless touch tablet monitor for my android embedded board

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 21:36

I am working on a project where I need to have a bunch of usb cameras and IO devices connected to an embedded board and will display on a wireless tablet. Pretty much a Android tablet but without the actually running android and will diplay and send input to the embedded board.

Are there any wireless touchscreen tablet like devices out there? I know I should probably use a tablet for this purpose but I would prefer to keep it simple with one android/linux host in the system.

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Categories: Android, Linux

Nest thermostat mode change

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 21:00

Is there a way to change mode (heat, cold, off) for nest thermostat from tasker? I'd like to set it up so that my thermostat is turned off at 9am?

Alexa does it when i say "set downstairs to off"

Thanks in advance

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how to control several Page and for good architecture?

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 20:42

I want to implement several page app with good architecture page control and MVVM

[Intro view] -> [A Page] -> [B Page] -> [C Page] -> [Intro View : Repetitively]

-> [D Page] -> [E Page] -> [Intro View :Repetitively]

[Another scenario] -> [C Page :directly]

i have one solution, just launching Activity.

a. Intro can launch A or D Page(Activity)

b. A can Only launch B or back to intro

b. B can Only launch C or back to A

b. C have Done button

Is there a better way to do this?(just launching activity or historical back)

and i hope to apply Kotlin and MVVE and Dagger2.

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Categories: Android, Linux

Help with android studio?

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 20:01

(Just let me know If I posted this in the wrong place and I'll fix it)
So, I have been at this since Monday and my patience is running a bit thin for Android studio.
I have been googling related topics and issues that other people have had, nothing I had found or changed fixed it.
So first when I was trying to run the emulator and setting it up to run on my computer, I have turned on VT-X in my BIOS setup as it asked, and I have downloaded version 7.3.2 of Intel 86x Emulator Accelerator(HAXM installer) as it asked, running that gave me an error but before I could read it, I got The blue screen. I simply restarted my computer and everything is fine, then when I started Android studio again it told me there was a fatal error with the IDE.
I still have some information to give if needed.
(Also, I am a beginner to programming, I started practicing with C++ then shifted over to Java, I'm reading a book called Sams Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours, by Rogers Cadenhead)

Windows 10 Pro, version 1803 (OS Build 17134.471)
Thanks in advance for any help.

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Categories: Android, Linux

How to I send data to node red using Tasker?

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 19:01

I'm using http post to connect to node red and that seems to work (it'll display a blank notification or blank text when I hit play on Tasker) but I don't know how to display the data on the dashboard.

Don't suggest join. I tried it and it doesn't work/cost money.

Edit: Title How DO I send data...

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