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Executing this function on Android 2.3.4 Phone:
public void GetScreenSize(){
    Display display = getWindowManager().getDefaultDisplay();
    Point size = new Point();
    width = size.x;
    height = size.y;

width = 0, height = 0. Why? Please help.
P.S. On Android 4.0.4 tablet PC it works perfect.
Posted 30-Dec-12 10:07am
Updated 30-Dec-12 10:09am
TorstenH. 31-Dec-12 3:29am
You should try to use relative sizing. Otherwise you would have to figure possible screen solutions and react on them. That would turn into serious trouble soon as there are quite some devices with various screens out.

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Solution 1

The display.getSize[^] was added in API level 13 and Android 2.3.4 uses API level[^] 10.

Use the Build.VERSION[^] class to see which API level is supported and how you should retrieve the display size.

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