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Google Play Developer Policy Generator

Did you get one of these Google Play Developer Policy Violation Emails? Worry not, generate a Privacy Policy for your android app: Take a look at App Privacy Policy Generator, a web app to generate a generic privacy policy for your… Continue Reading →

Firebase Messaging Web – Message Receiving does not work

For my next project I have started with Web Development with Angular, Node.js and Firebase Cloud Messaging. What is FMC: Using FCM, you can notify a client app that new email or other data is available to sync. You can send… Continue Reading →

Android Wear Connect/Debugging

I developed for COL Reminder an Android Wear App to show the notifications and add some goodies. Android Wear is a little bit different and has some specials if you want to deploy or debug it. So here is a… Continue Reading →

Eclipse to Android Studio and FogBugz/Kiln

For a few days I finally migrated from Eclipse to Android Studio. I had a few tools in Eclipse for Version Control System and Bug Tracking. Both are from FogBugz. FogBugz is Bug Tracking and Kiln (also from FogBugz) is… Continue Reading →

Avast, Windows 8/10, Hyper-V and Intel HAXM for Android Emulator

Windows 8/10 has some Problems with Intel HAXM Installation. Intel HAXM is official supported with this Operating Systems: Windows 10 (32/64-bit) Windows 8 (32/64-bit) Windows 7 (32/64-bit) Windows Vista (32/64-bit) Windows XP (32-bit only) OS X 10.6 or 10.7 (32/64-bit)… Continue Reading →

Removing an app icon from launcher

On Android you find a lot of apps who are free and with installing an extra “app” you get extra features. A few examples are: – Out of milk – Andlytics – COL Reminder After activation the app should be… Continue Reading →

Missing Android Javadoc in Eclipse?

If you see in your Eclipse on mousover this:   Instead of the original Android Javadoc entry:   Follow this steps to get it back again: In Eclipse, right click on your Android project and select Properties On the menu… Continue Reading →

Color the standard Android Button

If you would like to color the standard Android button, like in the app “OpenTable” here is the code how you can do that. See the app “OpenTable” Screenshot to the right. At the bottom there is an standard Android… Continue Reading →

Windows 95 on Android Phone

I’ve just installed Windows 95 on my Nexus One 🙂 Very cool … You only need a folder on you SD-Card and you have do install 1 APK file. Runs great on my phone 🙂 If you want to try… Continue Reading →

Reload strings on localize change

If you change the language in the app (read post before “Force Localize an Application on Android“) you run into the problem to reload the new language strings.

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