I am trying to load images from url in Cococ2d Android ,
But not able to load .My get and post method is working and to download form url is also working ,please help me ..
on 02/08/2013 – Made popular on 02/08/2013
This is my first post on androidcentral :)
So yeah, i just bought a new cheap android tablet
512mb ddr3 Ram
Arm-v7 1Ghz processor
What i'm trying to do is to load 70Megapixel and larger images.
The issue is that most if not all apps crash when trying to load such large images!
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I mean that if load resistance depends on L1 or not. When writing its load line equation, which load I need to use, inductive impedance or RT?