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Posts Tagged ‘android’
Here are a hodgepodge of issues related to using the emulator.
The emulator takes forever to come up
Yes, yes it does, especially the first time you start it. It’s emulating booting up a complete OS running on a different architecture (ARM processor) than your development machine – so yeah, it’s a little slow. If you have [...]
(As of SDK 2.0.1)
The API levels 1.0 through 2.0.1 are versions of the framework with which you develop Android applications (see http://developer.android.com/guide/appendix/api-levels.html for more). They’re fairly backward compatible but not completely. These are also referred to by integer API numbers and sometimes names:
1 = version 1.0
2 = version 1.1
3 = version 1.5 (Cupcake)
4 = version [...]
One of the first things a software developer does when beginning to work with a new IDE or tool set is to look for ways to customize their environment, either to better fit the way they work or to match their sense of style. For example, I always prefer my code editor to display primarily [...]