- 28 Oct, 2013, 01:52
Downgrade since the orginal release? Nope.
Sorry about not providing screencaps from the orginal video. I don't the time + I know how they look in comparision to these. Chrome refused to hide the YouTube UI, so bare with them. Don't have the time right now to hide 'em. Can't wait for a proper comparision with direct feed video instead of these YouTube low bitrate screencaps floating around everywhere.
- 16 Dec, 2011, 16:20
Most of us, developers, got the desire to learn new things; keep pushing that envelope. For our own good, sometimes we're just too fast... writing low performing code.
For me Android development is still something I do on my spare time. All I've written, everything I produced I've learned from books, tutorials and the [sometimes] brilliant Android documentation. I've learned a lot of tricks and quirks by following members of the Android team on forums and social sites.
Now it looks like I might be in for a good treat - the Android team just released the Android Training; a collection of classes on how to build good Android apps. I have yet to read them, but I'll ReadItLater.
- 09 Dec, 2011, 11:00
Android continues its' growth and wealth around the world as Google keeps on improving & refining the OS each iteration. Android 4.0 brought as an smooth & sexy, overhauled UI - but it got its flaws; UI stuttering... And that's what this post is about.
There's been a lot of discussions around the web regarding Android's UI; both the look 'n feel. Today's post will be about the feel - some devices is struggling to have a smooth UI; there's stutters! Dianne Hackborn, an Android engineer got tired of misconceptions and had this to say over at Google+:[...]
- 13 Oct, 2011, 12:32
The Android Event which was postponed because of the death of Steve Jobs is finally upon us. Today, at the 18th/19th Oct., Google is set to reveal the next iteration of Android together with treats from Samsung and Motorola.
First off, perhaps the most exciting news - Google is finally release Ice Cream Sandwhich (ICS), which is the next major version of their mobile OS, Android 4.0! It's going to be awesome. I can assure you that. Larry Page said ICS will be Google's biggest Android release to date. With ICS Google aims to give Android a big overhaul together with a proper defragmentation; They're merging the different Android codebases - smartphones, tablets and TV:s into one. Pretty sweet if you ask me.
Probably there's a lot of secrets and candy waiting to be revealed. One can only speculate... and drool. Gosh, I'm super excited about tonights
Samsung will also release a brand [...]
- 29 Aug, 2011, 13:37
Last night I spent some time with my Android app, GetRIL. Focused on getting core parts stable, but also added some new features.
- Smash a bug that occurred on non-rooted devices, making the app crash
- Minor UI changes
- Some parts of the core system has gotten an overhaul, making it more stable and producing less overhead
- I've also implemented a dynamic RIL database with the ability to update it OTA (via my server)
How the RIL database OTA works:
The first time GetRIL starts after an install/update the RIL data gets checked automatically. This also occurs once a week. If the update fails the bundled database will be used as fallback.