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I just stumbled upon multiple "low space / not enough storage" error messages on my Galaxy S2. I never thought there would be such a simple solution: Just delete all the log files in the device memory. How ? Easy !… Weiterlesen

Neulich wollte ich mal austesten wie das mit dem Medienstreaming vom heimischen Windows 7 PC auf mein neues Galaxy Tab 10.1 funktioniert. Dabei habe ich auch gleich mal festgestellt, dass der Tegra Prozessor im Tab was die Videowiedergabe angeht sehr schwach auf der Brust ist.… Weiterlesen

The most common method found in the internet for keeping the display on is the one using a WakeLock: PowerManager.WakeLock mWakeLock; PowerManager pm = (PowerManager) getSystemService(Context.POWER_SERVICE); mWakeLock = pm.newWakeLock(PowerManager.SCREEN_BRIGHT_WAKE_LOCK, "HomeActivity"); mWakeLock.acquire(); // ... do your business ... mWakeLock.release(); However, there are much simpler ways: In your activity, call getWindow().addFlags(WindowManager.LayoutParams.FLAG_KEEP_SCREEN_ON); or getCurrentFocus().setKeepScreenOn(true); And you're done.… Weiterlesen

Create the activity via the manifest editor like this: Double click on AndroidManifest.xml in the package explorer. Click on the "Application" tab of the manifest editor Click on "Add.." under the "Application Nodes" heading (bottom left of the screen) Choose Activity from the list in the dialog that pops up (if you have the option, you want to create a new top-level element) Click on the "Name*" link under the "Attributes for" header (bottom right of the window) to create a class for the new activity.… Weiterlesen