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21st February 2012, 03:35 PM   |  #1  
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!
Thanks!

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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10th May 2012, 06:58 PM   |  #6  
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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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