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And never tell anyone in public what your specific plans are, just general stuff like "Well, maybe we'll head south, or maybe east, have to see how it goes", LOL. Talk about intrusiveness, this article may be of interest! Do a google search on"WSJ How Kid Apps Are Data Magnets". I find the direct link gets highjacked. "Big Data" knows more about you than your own govt. C'est la vie. Neuromancer in action.
I suggest to go back to the original subject of this threadWords Google, FaceBook, NSA have nothing to do with Bluetooth control, even if European and Gaia citizens have hard feelings about that :0 :0 :0
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Best not to kick the tiger in the a**, when he's sleeping. But that's old news. The WSJ article is about ggle, yah, fceb**k, amzn, and eby, the new 4-letter word agencies that know 100X more about you than the gvt will ever know. LL.
On other matters, I've started reading a book on Android development. Install about 700-800 MB of dev tools (java sdk, eclipse, eclipse android plugin, android sdk, maybe some others), and learn how they work, and maybe 3 months later you'll have a nice 47KB .apk app. More L*L.
I've started reading a book on Android development. Install about 700-800 MB of dev tools (java sdk, eclipse, eclipse android plugin, android sdk, maybe some others), and learn how they work, and maybe 3 months later you'll have a nice 47KB .apk app
Regarding additional buttons, I have mixed feelings as my Xperia mini screen is allready clutteredOn the other hand, a screen tablet is another story, with a lot of space (see reply #28)May be an option to place additional buttons according to the available real estate
One way to implement this with little additional screen real estate is fork the current on/off buttons into 2 separate on/off functions, and simply change the button color/etc to indicate last msg state. Actually, on your screen in post #0, I'd think you'd have room for at least 4-6 buttons without too much interference. Just a thought.
Hi! I have liked your application because I allow me to control motors through bluetooth. I use various dispositives to use program: mobile and tablet. The mobiles that we uses are Samsung Galaxy S2 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and S3 (Jelly Bean), and the tablets are Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (Jelly Bean) and Nexus 7 (Jelly Bean).
Awesome. I have several times attempted to program in android system but the barrier is too high for me. I almost never program any GUI on any OS except for occasional Java popup and dialog type of simple GUIs. If at some point in the future I get your code, I can learn from it. Thanks for deciding to share the code.
A Bluetooth project is probably not the coolest way to start learning Android There is a lot of video tutorials on Youtube starting from "Hello Word" typeapplications and then, gradually, following the (rather steep) learning curveYou will quickly find that Android and Arduino live well together
Thanks kas! I have a stack of books on unix. It's never easy to learn to program on a new operating system but if I can hack your program to do a few things (or maybe just use your program), I think I will motivate myself to get a few books on android. At the moment raspberry pi is pulling me in so I may have to wait to learn the android.
To use Play App Signing in, you need to be an account owner or a user with the Release to production, exclude devices, and use Play App Signing permission, and you need to accept the Play App Signing Terms of Service.
The MD5, SHA-1, and SHA-256 fingerprints of the upload and app signing certificates can be found on the Play App Signing page (Release > Setup > App integrity) in Play Console. Other fingerprints can also be computed by downloading the original certificate (.der) on the same page.
*If your app makes use of sharedUserId, it is recommended to apply key upgrade for installs and updates on devices running Android T (API level 33) or later. To configure this, please set an accurate minimum SDK version in the bundle configuration.
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If you successfully request this key upgrade, your new key is used to sign new installs and app updates. Your legacy app signing key is still used to sign updates for users who installed your app before the key upgrade.
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Issue: You uploaded an APK or Android App Bundle which has an activity, activity alias, service, or broadcast receiver with intent filter, but without the 'android: exported' property set. This file can't be installed on Android 12 or higher. See developer.android.com/about/versions/12/behavior-changes-12#exported
According to google new policy If your app targets Android 12 or higher and contains activities, services, or broadcast receivers that use intent filters, you must explicitly declare the android:exported: true attribute for these app components.
If above solution is not working or if your project is in Android Native follow the below instructions :In the main manifest file check all the activities, services, and receivers that can use intent-filter which are without the android: exported tag.Add android:exported="true" or android:exported="false" for these tags.
You might ask when I need to add android:exported="true" or android:exported="false" to the activities, services, or broadcast receivers that use intent filters. If the app component includes the LAUNCHER category, set android: exported to true otherwise set android: exported to false.
if you are not able to preview Merged Manifest then in your build.gradle fileset compileSdkVersion 30 and targetSdkVersion 30 and sync your project and now try to open the merged manifest again I hope this time you will have a proper preview of the merged manifest. but if there is no preview don't worry you can still navigate to individual manifest files from different third-party libraries you have used in your project.
Note: also check individual third-party library manifest files if there is any activity, service, or receiver using then you have to override the same activity, service, or receiver in your main manifest file with android: exported property.
For Example in my case I have defined android: exported for each and every activity, service, or receiver in my main manifest file but in my project, I was using Razorpay dependency so in the manifest of Razorpay I found that there is an activity and receiver which are using property without android: exported so I declared them in my main manifest files.as shown below :
By just adding exported:true to Android manifest activity did not solve my issue. Probably because the libraries your application depends on does not have exported:true You shouldn't encounter this bug in the future as long as all the libraries your application depends on are updated with exported:true
in my case the prblem was with the local notifcation packagei got the message to fix this receivercom.dexterous.flutterlocalnotifications.ScheduledNotificationBootReceiverso i added to my manifist out side the main activity
If you are not using any other project then update all library latest versions because some old library AndroidManifest.xml not added android: exported in activities, services, or broadcast receivers
I had a really old app which needed some updates but I could not find the Merged Manifest button in my Android Studio, so for others who could not find the option as well, this is how I fixed my issue.
The android:exported specifies if the activity, service,receiver etc encapsulating an can be launched by components of other applications. Set this parameter to "true" allows other apps to start it.
If you have bundled the app with def enableSeparateBuildPerCPUArchitecture = true (i.e. separate build files for different CPUs), go to the android/app/build.gradle file and set it to false. Then rebundle the app. (This makes step 4 much easier.)
Xamarin Forms: I was able to publish it, I had to update the AndroidManifest with the path obj\Release\120\android\manifest since some "receiver" were not there and had not added the "android:exported".