Welcome to Android Advice and Tutorials.
Most new developers for Android will create an app and then want to create a completely new one without starting from scratch. Basically if you have already created a project and want to use it as a starting point for something new, why start over? Keep in mind that there may be a little cleanup [...]
Google being the largest threat to Apple with their Android OS has proven to be a heavyweight in the mobile arena. With this the Apple App Store and Google Play Market have hundreds of thousands of apps. Android however requires much more thought when it comes to app design since its popularity has created a [...]
A couple days ago Samsung posted the source code for AT&T and T-Mobiles version of the Galaxy S III. Samsung’s posting of the source code is for the SGH-I747 for AT&T and SGH-T999V for T-Mobile so that developers can go crazy on the device with mods, apps, roots and whatever they want really. While your [...]
There are many development tools available to make creating an Android game a little easier for developers. What if you didn’t need to be a developer to create a great Android Game? There is a program available that we have personally used in the past before the Android Platform was added that really is easy [...]
Just in time for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Samsung has released the an update for their S-Pen SDK placing it at version 2.0. This is the first revision to the SDK for their S-Pen that was originally created for their Galaxy Note Android phone. Features of the Updated S-Pen SDK Version 2.0: Increased s-pen [...]
Today the Android 4.0.3 Platform and updated SDK tools were released for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
This week the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich source code has been uploaded and made available to developers.
As promised by Google they have released the Android 4.0 SDK along side the release of the new Android OS itself.
Google TV has finally went live with its SDK (Software Development Kit). Most of us thought it would never happen but it seems the day has came.
During the Google I/O Ice Cream Sandwich Preview “Head Tracking” was brought up as a feature available to developers.
With the release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Google has stated that it will be open source for developers to mod easily.