Yonatan Nir

Israel

Jan
28
revised Android Resource not found exception when trying to add a datepicker to layout
edited tags
Jan
28
comment Android Resource not found exception when trying to add a datepicker to layout
It's the AppTheme as you wrote. I didn't define any new styles at all for this app.
Jan
28
comment Android Resource not found exception when trying to add a datepicker to layout
Do you might know how can I check if there's some SDK version issue like you said? With WPF it wouldn't have happened...
Jan
28
comment Android Resource not found exception when trying to add a datepicker to layout
@Yazan I copied the above trace from Eclipse's Error Log. It's not a runtime exception - it happens right after I simply drag the widget to the layout
Jan
28
comment Android Resource not found exception when trying to add a datepicker to layout
xml of what? I'm simply dragging a datepicker in the Eclipse's graphical layout manager to a linear layout of an already existing layout. there's nothing there besides a textview and a fragment inside a liner layout.
Jan
28
asked Android Resource not found exception when trying to add a datepicker to layout
Jan
27
comment UnsatisfiedLinkError when trying to refactor packages
I've already marked it as an answer even before commenting. Congratulations on an accpted answer ;)
Jan
27
comment UnsatisfiedLinkError when trying to refactor packages
There might be a better way but I simply changed some of the names manually. There were some methods definitions with the old package names and I changed it manually.
Jan
27
accepted UnsatisfiedLinkError when trying to refactor packages
Jan
27
asked UnsatisfiedLinkError when trying to refactor packages
Jan
26
revised How to open the workspace folder from within Eclipse
edited title
Jan
26
asked How to open the workspace folder from within Eclipse
Jan
26
comment How can I make my Android program to be used as a dialer?
@kkaosninja of course I tried.. that's why I wrote this question in the first place. How did I know that URI clicking works if i didn't try it? I don't have a device with a call button and that's why I want other people to confirm what you said that the call button means hardware and not the call button of the default dialer app.
Jan
26
accepted How to get a phone number from an intent in an Android app
Jan
26
asked How to get a phone number from an intent in an Android app
Jan
26
comment How can I make my Android program to be used as a dialer?
It doesn't answer it fully. I'm still not 100% sure if what kkaosninja said was right and if you go into to dialer defualt app and press the call button, it means it will always call from the default dialer app, and if the call button only refers to hardware which might be found on some devices.
Jan
26
comment How can I make my Android program to be used as a dialer?
@MurtazaHussain are you sure? If that's the case then great.. but I hope someone else can verify what you said before I consider this thing closed.
Jan
26
comment How can I make my Android program to be used as a dialer?
But even in the answer you linked to there's a section of: "When someone press the call button" with an intent filter..
Jan
26
comment How can I make my Android program to be used as a dialer?
I've seen this answer. The part with the URI works and when I press a "link" to a phone number I do get a choice of apps to use including mine. But the part about the call button doesn't work for some reason.
Jan
26
asked How can I make my Android program to be used as a dialer?
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