Anyone else have this issue? I've clicked 2 links in the past week for apps that are detecting android using default android browser to be told i'm not on an android device.
HTC one x with android 4.0.3
Applinks worked fine for me two weeks ago, today i found Facebook enabled in-app browser for links, now every link i press, in my Android device, opens in that browser, not prompting "choose" action or opening my app.
I currently have made my own web browser with the android SDK in eclipse, BUT when I use my app, in settings it is not letting me set this browser as a default browser or if I click a link on the google app it will give me the message "open in" and my app is not there. Is there anything I need to put in my code to tell android that my app is a web browser? Here is my manifest file.
I want to add android-support-v4.jar in one of my apps in the Android build system.
I know I can just add this line : LOCAL_STATIC_JAVA_LIBRARIES := android-support-v4 inside the Android.mk but the problem is I'm working on the ics branch. And I need to use this class android.support.v4.app.NotificationCompat.Builder but this is not available in the ics version of android-support-v4.
I saw a lot of posts about the same issue, but none of the fizes helped me. I am stuck in this for over a week, so I am explaining my scenario, so maybe someone can help. I followed all the steps in the Google tutorials.
I have an android application that has a changing list of urls. I wish to cache the web pages that the urls point to in the device's default browser, without opening them. The user would then click on links within the app, and even when the device can't connect to the internet, the urls can be opened in the device's default browser. Is this possible?