Oct
17
awarded Popular Question
Dec
5
answered JAI vendorname == null
Nov
3
comment java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: bitmap size exceeds VM budget
+1 This example works for me as well. Thank you!
Oct
7
comment How to put an EditText and Button next to each other?
+1, works great.
Sep
30
answered how to parse this json data to java
Sep
30
answered TrueZip creates virtual directory instead of archive
Sep
29
comment TrueZip creates virtual directory instead of archive
Before I switched to TrueZip I used the default libraries in Java, ZipOutputStream, and created entries. When using that library all the ZIP archives appeared as regular files, not directories as now when using TrueZip.
Sep
29
asked TrueZip creates virtual directory instead of archive
Sep
19
answered ImageView and TextView float (left/right) Android
Sep
19
answered How to convert epub into a format readable on Android based Phones/operating system
Sep
19
comment Check if Android device has search hardware button
You are correct, Honeycomb tablets does not have the search hardware button. Neither does the new Samsung Galaxy SII. I think it's sad to see companies making their own twist on their devices. It makes it even more challenging supporting all Android devices. The Galaxy 10.1 even has a dedicated screenshot button which I find strange. The best solution is probably implementing a menu containing the search button as you mentioned, this will of course work on all devices, at least those equipped with the menu button (which I think all Android devices have). Thanks for input.
Sep
1
revised Check if Android device has search hardware button
added 340 characters in body
Sep
1
comment Check if Android device has search hardware button
Not all devices are equipped with hardware buttons. The new Galaxy Tab 10.1 does not have any of those buttons I mentioned before.
Sep
1
comment Check if Android device has search hardware button
I'm not asking how to get the searchfield active. I'm asking how we can find out wether a device is equipped with a hardware search or not. The idea is simple. If the device does NOT have a hardware search button I must show a software button. If it does have a hardware button I will not show the software button. Thats my plan.
Sep
1
awarded Citizen Patrol
Sep
1
revised Check if Android device has search hardware button
added 273 characters in body
Sep
1
awarded Student
Sep
1
asked Check if Android device has search hardware button
Sep
1
awarded Teacher
Aug
12
awarded Editor
1 2