Unfortunately that does not explain what your problem is. Please edit your question and explain what happens when you run your code (assuming it is your code, and not something downloaded from the internet).
Yea i tried to write it according to android documentation. It does nothing. Not even an error. It just doesn't do anything. I want to click it and set my bitmap image as lock screen wallpaper but nothing happens. What i should change in it to make it work for me?
Have you actually stepped through the code in the debugger to see if it does make the call to wpManager.setBitmap? Also why are you not checking the return value from that call to see whether it succeeded or not?
I'm going to be starting a Xamarin Forms app for a client. There will be around 10 users, and I need to install and periodically update them. This app will NOT be for sale and NOT available to anyone outside their organization.
My question is, how do I publish the app? I found this page, and it mentions "Download from server", which seems like what I want, but there's no info on how to do that?
Can someone shed some light on this? Thanks
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
Everything makes sense in someone's mind.
Ya can't fix stupid.
In order to develop Android programms, I am using IntelliJ IDEA 2020 (x64) on Windows 10 that is running on Intel core 2 Duo processor.
To debug and run the app, I use the Nexus 5 hardware and Nougat x86 System Image (API Level 24).
Also I’ve checked Intel x86 Emulator Accelerator (HAXM Installer) in SDK Tools and enabled Virtualization Tech in System BIOS.
After running the app, Device is shown to me, but my app doesn’t exist in it and this message pops up:
Emulator: Warning: Quick Boot / Snapshots not supported on this machine. A CPU with EPT + UG features is currently needed. We will address this in a future release.
Please help me.
No, I am trying to get you to understand that the message produced by IntelliJ is telling you that something will not work on your system. And as they say, "A CPU with EPT + UG features is currently needed. We will address this in a future release.". So you need to upgrade your CPU or wait for them to release the version which does support it. But either way they are the people you should be talking to about the issue.
According to Google Play meta data policy:
I cannot add "Word blocks and vertical/horizontal word lists" in my store listing full description.
I have written instructions for my app in this manner. Am i violating their policy? I think I'm not because these are sentences not word lists. What do you think?
Here’s how it works:
Download the Example on-demand delivery app on your preferred device
Sign-up by providing your necessary details (name, phone, and e-mail address)
Set your pick-up and drop off locations
Choose a payment method (card or cash)
Enter your shipping details, the receiver’s name, and phone (if it’s not you)
Confirm the booking
Thanks in advance for the replies.