I'm trying to study and learn android programming. I noticed that even though android programming is slightly java based, Java apps do not work on android devices. This led me to believe that there is something perculiar about android devices or android programming that does not accept purely Java apps. My question is Why is it so? and also what is it about android devices that reject java apps. i hope you all understand my point
What I see is that the application contains at least two activities.. One to load the list, and other to load the definitions.
You can, create an activity to load the data from the database, and then for each of the item in database create a list item in the list view. You can set the click listener for each of the list item, which would start the new activity.
The new activity can be passed with the value (word) to load the definition of, from the database.
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We are struggling with an Android video recorder which is compatible with Android 4.0 and above and can work on most of the smartphones from the manufacturers. Any guidance would be highly appreciated.
What I meant is that the video recorder which we have coded, works on some phone and does not others.
When you change the parameters e.g. resolutons, bitrate, frame rate for compressing the video the recoder invariably get struck and freezes completely.
The video recorder should be such that users can record video (H.264, AAC, .mp4) and can even change the paramets (resolution, bitrate, frame rate) to compress the footage. The maximum size of the video we are looking at is 10MB.
Not in any useful way. We have no idea what your code is doing so we cannot begin to guess what might be the cause. You will need to do some debugging and collect some information about exactly what is happening for anyone to be able to help you.