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Verizon LG Enlighten coming on September 29th

I have often wondered if one can call Android operated phones entry-level, but my source calls Verizon’s Enlighten from LG this. I think it is odd that the LG Enlighten is not a full on touchscreen that I have seen other ...
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How to upload an icon and background on an Android Application

Last week, I discussed how to open the default packages of a new Eclipse project. Today, I am going to discuss one of the first things an Android developer needs to do, and that is get the icon and background working. If you cl...
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Better Web browsing for the Android device

For those who use the Android device for web browsing, I have some good news. The first is that Firefox has been optimized for Android tablets. Unfortunately, it isn’t quite perfect. There will be bugs, and there will be ...
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The Default files of Eclipse Package Explorer

Last week, we discussed how to set up a new program on Android with the Eclipse IDE. When you look at the Package Explorer, you will see that Eclipse has automatically generated files. Let’s go through them one at a time....
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The Default files of Eclipse Package Explorer

Last week, we discussed how to set up a new program on Android with the Eclipse IDE. When you look at the Package Explorer, you will see that Eclipse has automatically generated files. Let’s go through them one at a time....
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Starting a New Program in Android on Eclipse

Last week, we discussed downloading programs like Eclipse in order to create Android programs. Today, I’ll discuss how to get started on your first Android program. If you open up the Eclipse Workbench, you will see a scr...
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Beginning Programming for Android: Downloading the Development Kits

Last week, I discussed how to obtain a screenshot from an Android device. Today, I want to discuss something really important, and it is about possibly making Android application of your very own. That’s right, you could ...
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