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Tool to find out available API at your Android device

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By addre, Junior Member on 3rd March 2012, 07:45 AM
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Google disclose API document at http://developer.android.com/reference/classes.html.
However many useful classes and methods hidden by Google and manufacture, and developers be restricted to implement more advanced function.

For instance, the Bluetooth API was disclosed at Android 2.3, but it's available at Android 2.2 already. And the "android.randerscript" package for 3D calculation was disclosed at Android 3.0, but it's existed at Android 2.3 already.

Google list 3112 classes at API document, but this tool found 9082 classes at Galaxy Nexus. In other words, more than 5000 classes were hidden by Google, and those classes may be the key point to help developer to implement advance function.

Try to discover more useful classes and method at your Android device, it may help you to make more miraculous function at your application.

You can download this tool at URL below.
https://market.android.com/details?i...lin.classminer
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Awesome. Thank you.
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Very Awesome.

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9110 classes

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AWESOME! Thanks a lot
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This is absolutely useful, when you want to develop, without going to your browser each time and to search it.
A nice time-saver !

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Really Awesome.

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I was just wondering, would it be possible to scan for Content Providers as well? I guess that would make the app even more useful
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I was just wondering, would it be possible to scan for Content Providers as well? I guess that would make the app even more useful

Dear forceu,
Does you means scan context which provided by ContentProvider? I'll study for that, thanks for your suggestion.
8th March 2012, 08:34 AM |#11  
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No, I actually meant scanning APKs for declared ContentProviders in the Manifest. (Eg the SMS-Provider).
And, if possible, list the needed permission for the content provider (should be declared in the manifest as well).

Example in a manifest:

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<provider android:name="xxx.NotesContentProvider" 
android:authorities="xxx.NotesContentProvider"
android:readPermission="xxx.PERMISSION" />

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