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adt error on project name but no other errors
Android virtual devices
Common errors in ADT projects and how to fix them
Creating a new android project
Creating the AVD and running your first app on the AVD
Emulator issues in Android 4.0
You will find a few notes on what to do as you start running your first apps on the honeycombe emulator.
How best to migrate projects to 1.5?
How come I can't open XML wizard?
How to backup and restore android installation
How to run android applications on a device from the eclipse ADB
How to start emulator manually
How to uninstall an android app
How to uninstall an app in the emulator
minsdkversion and targetsdkversion
A journal/notes on installing android versions over time, again, and again. Look through towards down for more and more refinement and information.
So, Icrcream sandwich
It is often, occasionally followed by a wave of hand, that one advises or talks of "jar" (packaged java files that makes up an application or module) files as being signed.
Few times we ask back: "What do you mean by signed"?
What does it mean for a jar file to be signed?
Does this signing has parallels to how we sign physical documents? Do they differ? How do they differ if they do?
How do you establish a "pattern? of understanding for digital signatures so that you treat the subject abstractly just like when someone says they signed a physical document?
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