I'm more passionate about the Android mobiles. Along with that, I'm looking for a dual sim facility with the DUAL ACTIVE option(while talking in SIM1, I should get waiting for SIM2 calls[without mobile operator call forwarding support]). So please suggest me such DUAL ACTIVE android mobiles.
My android app is working fine on other mobiles,however it crashes on samsung devices. I can not manage a samsung device,so i downloaded the virtual device from samsung remote test lab .
My app crashes ,but I dont know how to get the log cat errors , so that I can start debugging.
I know that there are some tools that make the app run on different mobiles or on different computers. But is there any tool/software that can make the app run on Computer (windows, mac and linux) as well as on Mobiles (ios & android)?
Even if has to be purchased, I can.
I'm curious what others think. To me, I see Samsung growing more and more independent of the Android OS. They are creating apps that they could eventually and easily port to their own OS. Currently they are beholden to Google only for the OS but I think soon (next couple of years) they will try to emulate the same experience on their own OS.
I love movies and books. Watching movies and reading are the necessity of my life just like eating and sleeping. However, my computer is too large, very hard for me to carry especially on train or go traveling. My friend suggested me to buy a android mobile for I can make call while watching movies or reading, really cool! Good idea.
Samsung was working on another Intel-connected project that was Android-based and interesting in all ways. Whether this means Samsung is thinking seriously about forking Android a la Amazon, is another matter.
Samsung's Response To Android*May Have Hit A Snag - Forbes
Samsung plans on releasing a smartphone powered by Android competitor Tizen this year. Likewise, Samsung is also working on a smartwatch that runs Android, according to a Reuters report. It's bizarro world for Samsung. Read More
Recent reports have indicated tensions could exist between Google and Samsung, but were downplayed by Google CFO and Senior Vice President Patrick Pichette as well as Samsung Mobile Chief JK Shin. Although their working relationship is probably amicable, I have to believe that there is a little uneasiness at Google. Consumers continue to buy Samsung Galaxy branded phones in droves.