I’ve just noticed that when I type in a post title the word ‘WordPress’ and preview the post, it comes out as ‘WordPress’. This only works if you have the first letter as a capital ‘W’ and not lower case (which I guess is correct since it’s assuming you mean the proper noun).
Just thought that was strange, I’ll see if I can see why it does it later.
So, I thought it would be as easy as plugging the phone in, but it’s not, and obviously the drivers are impossible to find.
- Ensure application debug mode is turned on on your phone. (Settings->Applications->Development->USB Debugging)
- Plug the phone in (probably won’t automatically find the drivers – didn’t on XP anyway)
- Download the drivers from here: Samsung Galaxy S USB Debug Drivers @samsung
- Check your device is installed and connected by opening a command prompt and running “android_SDK_path/platform-tools/adb devices”
- You should then be able to ‘Run’ your application as normal from Eclipse and it will download it to your phone and provide you with debugging info.
I believe that my problem in the last post regarding the Unsupported configuration in the AudioRecord class was because I hadn’t enabled the ‘Audio Playback Support’ and ‘Audio Recording Support’ for my virtual device
No, that didn’t work, still have the same problem. I have made sure that I added the required permission in the manifest.xml: Continue reading
Well, I’ve begun learning to develop Android applications.
I followed Hack a Day’s Android Development 101 tutorial which explained how to set up Eclipse for Android Development and writing a ‘Hello World’ application. Continue reading