I've finally managed to get MMS sending to work on the paranoid android rom in this forum. But now, pictures received are showing as short, few seconds videos. How to fix it?
We are developing a unique android java app which sends pictures to friends to solve a puzzle (just like Instagram) while using the app when there is an interruption for e.g., a call, or when device goes to sleep , a new timer starts running along with the old timer simultaneously.
If you are one of the lucky few that got in on the first batch of Chromecast and have received your device, now what? Google has anticipated your pain and put together a video showing a short quick start guide.
On Android, I need to parse timestamp strings that include a short timezone name, for example 2013-08-16 17:36 PDT. I am using a regular expression instead of SimpleDateFormat because the input strings can be have optional seconds and milliseconds.
Everything is working except for the timezone parsing: I can't figure out how to look up the time zones.
Hello stackoverflow friends. I wrote a video player which can play my recorded videos. But there was rotating 90 degree problem when showing. I used from mediaRecorder.setOrientationHint(int degree) ,but I guess My video player ignores the composition matrix in video during palyback( according to setOrientationHint documentation),Because this method hasn’t any effect on rotation.
An icon I don't recognize has begun showing up in the notification bar at the top of the screen. This forum won't let me post a screen shot initially, so I'll try to describe it. It's in the shape of an eye, with a pupil in the middle. There are three short lines pointing outwards along the top of the eye - one of them connects to the pupil.
Motorola has released a YouTube video showing off an augmented reality game created by Motorola and Jan Pinkava, who has done quite a bit of directing work and created a short film titled “Windy Day” for a Qualcomm conference not too long ago. The short was basically a demo for new Pixar technology called OpenSubdiv, a real-time animation process.
I'm currently trying to send raw UDP sockets without payload data.
The sending machine is a VPS running Linux (Ubuntu).
Under my Windows 7 computer, I'm trying to receive the packet with Wireshark and admin privileges but the packet is not appearing.
I'm running the sending program with root privileges, too.
Ok, Chackra Linux rocks... this is Claire Final 2012.12, original kernel and a few tweaks.Listen to that...Less than 49 seconds to reach a functional KDE desktop, in a monoprocessor, 1.9 Ghz.Image above shows Linux Kernel time to boot, ~5 seconds, plus Systemd units load times, all = ~ 4 seconds.Not bad :-). Note the top of graph showing the total time spent by it.