Developers use Android Studio to create applications for Android devices. However, if a source code management system like github is not used, then the source code or code of these apps under development has to be backed up. To do this, there are two ways, one from Android Studio and the other from the command … Continue reading How to backup Android apps source code from Android Studio or command line
Whatever you do with your device, it’s all at your own risk. The DeviceThe legacy Motorola G5S Plus phone (sanders) is of 2017 and has a lot of juice in it to support Android OS versions up to Android 12. However, sucess is not guaranteed. Since this device is over 5 years old now, Motorola … Continue reading Experience with Motorola G5S Plus (Sanders) (XT-1084) ROMs and Generic System Image custom ROMs Project Treble
Module was compiled with an incompatible version of Kotlin. The binary version of its metadata is 1.7.1, expected version is 1.1.16 To fix above error in Android Studio rebuild the project from the menu using Build -> Rebuild Project.
Android Studio is one of the best IDEs for Android apps development, but with legacy computers, it is very slow. To run it on a Dell Vostro 3546, here's what I had to do. Upgrade hardware Minimum RAM required is 8 gb. The laptop came with 4 gb DDR3 1600 Mhz RAM which was slow, … Continue reading How to improve speed of Android Studio on a legacy computer
At times, the value of one TextView is to be replicated into others as a user types the text. Below illustrates how that can be done. In class MainActivity, variable has been declared for the class as below: TextInputEditText array_yourinterest_rate = new TextInputEditText; Within the onCreate method of MainActivity, addTextChangedListener was added to change the … Continue reading How to use addTextChangedListener to change values of other TextViews
Sometimes some layout files can contain too many views making it difficult to manage the layout file later. To overcome this, Android has an <include> tag that allows the inclusion of other layout files into the main layout file (in below illustration, the activity_main.xml file). <include android:id="@+id/b_layout" layout="@layout/activity_main_part_b" /> The above include statement will add … Continue reading How to include other layout xml files in a layout file in Android
I had the below problem when building code for an older version of Android on Android Studio. Dependency 'androidx.appcompat:appcompat:1.4.1' requires 'compileSdkVersion' to be set to 31 or higher.Compilation target for module ':app' is 'android-30' I was able to solve it by changing the version of appcompat in the dependencies What I had: implementation 'androidx.appcompat:appcompat:1.4.0' I … Continue reading How to resolve Dependency ‘androidx.appcompat:appcompat:1.4.1’ requires ‘compileSdkVersion’ to be set to 31 or higher.Compilation target for module ‘:app’ is ‘android-30’
To fix this error, from the Android Studio menu, select the option File->Sync Project with Gradle Files The error would go.
If you need to find out the permissions and trackers that are required or in use by an Android application, visit, https://reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/en/. Here, you can enter the application URL of any application from any app store and can see the results of the permissions the applications require and the trackers they use. As an example, … Continue reading Exodus Permissions and Trackers Report for Android Applications
To reinstall an existing uninstalled package on a Samsung Android phone, connect the device to the computer in developer mode and start up ADB. List all uninstalled packages and check the package name that is to be reinstalled, for example, gallery3d, in the adb window, enter:pm list packages -u | grep "gallery" <enter> To install … Continue reading How to restore or reinstall package uninstalled on android using adb