mpoint apps for android

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Hi, I am new to android i am implementing googlemaps root directions between source & destination points using internet it's working fine but the thing is that i need to display googlemap root directions using GPS functionality.Below is i am attaching my working code with internet can you help me to work using with GPS. Road.java:-- public class Road { public String mName; public String mDescription; public int mColor; public int mWidth; public double[][] mRoute = new double[][] {}; public Point[] mPoints ...
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Hi All, While I mounting a file system of another unix mathine to my unix system I got nobody ownership for mounted file system. e.g mount umachine:/dir/path /mpoint ls -lrtd /mpoint drwxrwxrwx 2 nobody nobody 1024 Jul 21 06:33 /mpoint Please help me in this regard Thank you Hi, I am unable to change the ownership for the mounted folder and I am unable to create any sub folders. I also created a exports file also. But nothing happend. Please try it. Thank you Weird. Also, not that I've tried it, but can ...
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Hi mates, Since this is the place for it, I'd like to share with you guys our site: It's a directory of Irish Android apps that will be gathered from different sources, the most useful Android apps related with Ireland. Those little or high sophisticated apps that make your day easier in Ireland. Access to the latest news, transport, etc. Android is hitting the road big time in Ireland and the Market is getting richer on Irish apps, we just want to collect them in a central place for a quicker access. ...
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Anyone know how well the playbook handles apps? If it can do all apps? I'm talking about no *blackberry rooting? :P* or tampering with the device. Just pure BP 2.0. A 64 gig for $299...if it can run android apps then why not! bump It only runs apps from the blackberry market because blackberry os is completely different from android, so you wont be able to run android apps on there. Now if there are developers who make android apps they may also make apps for blackberry but it depends. I came from a ...
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Hi everyone! I've been developing an app for iOS which have sold well, and I am now looking forward to bring the app to android. The problem is the name of the app. Let's say my iOS app is named "iRemote", would it be a mistake to also name the android app "iRemote"? I'm thinking of naming the app "droidRemote" instead, but this might be confusing for my customers looking for the "iRemote" in the android market. So what do you think? 1: Keep the name "iRemote" at both iOS and android to strengthen the ...
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I'm probably one of many Jonesing to ditch their iTouch in favor of an Android tablet. One of the things I find limiting in Apple's world is the way they keep files. App "A" creates or receives a file (document, photo, whatever) and that file lives only in App A's little world. Apps B and C can't get to it. So, the question: Is Android's file system like that? Or is it more analogous to Windows/Linux where there is a common file area and different applications are free to try to open each other's files? ...
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What other apps have people found over $30. I found a $100 app that comes w/10 gigs online storage. Are there ones more expensive?? Look up an app called "I am Richer" the most expensive app in Android Market it costs $199.99 CityID costs $10 a month on Verizon and there's no justification for it being a monthly service. Add it up... I saw an app that syncs your bookmarks from google to your phone... I think it was about $30. Quote: Originally Posted by Frostation Look up an app called "I am Richer" the ...
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I have iPhone 4, but thinking to change, but wrondring about the apps. Would I get simulare / better apps that I have on my iPhone, if not I will perhaps not even think about to change mobile phone. I am not worried if the apps could be better than iPhone 4 :-) The HTC I would like are HTC Desire HD(new one, or simulare / better) Some Apps that I like and have on my iPhone 4 and would like to have simulare on Android are: SMS Bank - to check balance and transfer money between your accounts? Save your ...
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As far as I know, there is no possible way to 'port' a native iPhone app to android or a native Android app to iPhone. So if I develop an iPhone app, is re-coding the entire app the only way to get it on Android? Same for the other way around? rpstro02 wrote: » As far as I know, there is no possible way to 'port' a native iPhone app to android or a native Android app to iPhone. So if I develop an iPhone app, is re-coding the entire app the only way to get it on Android? Same for the other way around? ...
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Hi. Of course, the greatest number of application installs is brought by market.android.com, but its structure doesn’t let new applications get into the top. It’s like a circle: the more installs come to market.android.com, the higher the position of the application in the top is and the more installs appear on market.android.com again. And vice versa – if there are few installs, your application is not in the top, therefore no more installs appear. It turns out that at first you have to ...
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