Look up. Yeah, that’s not an ad on our site… that’s a screenshot of an ad for the Rogers Samsung Galaxy S III, snapped by an Android Central reader doing online research on Samsung’s latest. The important thing to notice is that the ad has the phone sporting an Exynos quad-core processor as well as LTE.
I’m trying to use a debugger with an android device and get the window with such warning message:
This does not seem to be a "Debug" build.
Setting breakpoints by file name and line number may fail.
Section .debug_info: Not found.
Section .debug_abbrev: Not found.
Section .debug_line: Not found.
Section .debug_str: Not found.
Section .debug_loc: Not found.
Hey guys, so even though I don't have my inc2 anymore, I have been watching these forums and have realized there has been a recent influx of questions in the general section. Now I'm not b*tching or anything, but I would just like to make a public service announcement (since people seem to have forgotten) saying that all questions should go in the Q&A section. Thanks.
Don't know if this is in the correct section of the message board but do you think the next generation of smart phones in general will be indestructible? I read somewhere about the s4 potentially having an unbreakable screen but I don't know how legitimate that source is.
Also, been thinking about this since I use a case and am hoping if there is a day where I won't have to.
Many have speculated that the reason we don't have quad core on the us gs3 versions is that the lte didn't play well with it. Yet here we are a few months later, wit the note 2 bouncing in with its quad core. .Were we tricked so that Samsung could exploit buy happy US for two major phones releases in one year.
I generated a "navigationdrawer app" with android studio, it contains three nav items in drawerfragment, i.e. "Section 1", "Section 2" and "Section 3" with a PlaceHolderFragment attached to each item initially, then I substitute "Section 1" with a Fragment containing a ViewPager.