So I wanted to share some tips with Developers of Applications & I am mainly targeting the ones new to the Android scene here with this article but I am sure even the most skilled developers can relate to these tips.
I managed to get Steve (who most know as Cyanogen) to do a Interview & it’s been a whole 3 months in the making but I finally have his blessing and co-operation & I wanted to share this unedited interview with you.
This is a complete, unedited interview to give you a insight into the guy that most know as Cyanogen.
The guys at android-developers recently posted a article i thought would be of interest to developers and that was a small write up (or guide if you will) on how to make live wallpapers, here is some of what they said
So Jason ‘Termy’ Winstanley over at AndroidSPIN recently reported in his post Google hits yet another leading Android Developer… that eugene373 has been hit with one of those dreaded C&D letters. This is the second C&D letter given to a ROM Developer (The first being the well documented Cyanogen case).
Now where this (if anything) dents the whole Android community.
Vladislav Savov from says in a post that the next Android update will be codename Froyo and not the expected Flan as most thought it would be.
Here is what Vladislav Savov said: Continue reading
Phone Specifications (As Stated By Engadget)
– 0.45 inches thick
– 3.7-inch OLED touch screen
– Qualcomm’s 1GHz QSD 8250 “Snapdragon” processor (RUMOR)
– 512 MB RAM
– 512 MB ROM
– 4 GB microSD card included (expandable to 32 GB).
– 5-megapixel sensor
– Mechanical auto focus
– LED flash
– Could also include 2x optical zoom however this wasn’t mentioned in a hands-on report from Gizmodo.
– A Compass
The Android 2.1 interface really different from Android 2.0, but it looks smooth.
A hands-on report from Gizmodo noted that the phone is considerably faster than the Droid, and even beat the iPhone in multiple web page loading tests.
The screen is also noticeably better than that of the Droid, despite being the same size and resolution (this could be the rumored 1 GHz processor at work).
Multi-touch however was not evident in the browser or map.
In addition to the usual carrier subsidy route, Google will sell the Nexus One unlocked and unsubsidized (Rumored to be around $500-$550USD).