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I generally focus on hardware topics. Got any information about new hardware you'd like to hear about? Any interesting new devices? Tips, tricks or techniques?

Post here and I will look into it.
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9th May 2012, 06:26 PM |#2  
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Sir, I saw your video "How to build an Android App Part 1". Towards the end of the video, you connect your phone to your PC and click on the play button, a dialogue box appears, where you click OK and the application then runs on your phone. But when I click the play button on Eclipse, it opens a new XML file called 'main.out'. Please help me!
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Sir, I saw your video "How to build an Android App Part 1". Towards the end of the video, you connect your phone to your PC and click on the play button, a dialogue box appears, where you click OK and the application then runs on your phone. But when I click the play button on Eclipse, it opens a new XML file called 'main.out'. Please help me!
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you may need to update the SDK. Try reinstalling Eclipse Classic as well.
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I'm a big fan of yours Adam. Keep thos videos coming

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I watched your second video too, sir. It's very hard to write a java program for an android app. I'm in class 10 and in our school we've started studying java since 9. So i could understand only 40% of the java program in your video. I guess i'll have to study java a lot more.

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I watched your second video too, sir. It's very hard to write a java program for an android app. I'm in class 10 and in our school we've started studying java since 9. So i could understand only 40% of the java program in your video. I guess i'll have to study java a lot more.

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The code is up online at xda-adk.googlecode.com. you can probly follow that a bit more easily.
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Hi I would like to say thanks for making some great videos for us,
There funny and educational.
I no every one seems to be going on about Azrienoch and Sassi leaving and xda tv changing.
But personally I like your type of videos better.
Thanks again.
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Adam, when android starts using c# instead of java will you also be doing a video tutorial on that?

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Adam, when android starts using c# instead of java will you also be doing a video tutorial on that?

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No. I dont want to deal with C# and it is not as refined as java. May show how to set it up but i have no intention of using it as a primary language. There is too much going for java.
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No. I dont want to deal with C# and it is not as refined as java. May show how to set it up but i have no intention of using it as a primary language. There is too much going for java.

I see. Even if google makes it as a standard language can we still use java?

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I see. Even if google makes it as a standard language can we still use java?

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We can cross that bridge when we get there. It would take something way bigger than the current Oracle case to do that. There's no reason to change languages now. Oracle must prove that their business is "damaged"... it's not, they tried several times to make a mobile OS and failed. They gave up. Google stepped in.
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