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    Android 101

    You know, its about time that we had a good solid Android 101 series to help anyone who needs it, the chance to get a good handle on Android.

    Too bad this is NOTHING like a Good Solid Android 101 series.

    Oh well.








    I will update this as I add more to the series, but I would greatly appreciate any feedback and suggestions for episodes.
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    Cool.
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    Widgets. Definitely need a tutorial on widgets.
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    Re: Android 101

    I have not even considered widgets, wonderful suggestion!
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    one with an explanation of the options in "settings" would also be good.
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    Re: Android 101

    Like a general run-down of what options are in the settings menu?
    I like it. It will be a longer one, but well worth it I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macktion View Post
    Like a general run-down of what options are in the settings menu?
    I like it. It will be a longer one, but well worth it I think.
    maybe break it up into 2 or more videos, there's a lot to cover.
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    I've been meaning to make a ADB tutorial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giveen View Post
    I've been meaning to make a ADB tutorial.
    That would be really good - people are generally scared of adb - maybe if you can demystify it some of that fear would go away.

    The whole recommended way of having to install the Android SDK is enough of a hassle to put people off (it took me a while to fight through the procedure).
    I recently learnt that you can very quickly just install adb and fastboot without the SDK.... I have a link somewhere to the files if you need it.

    It is better to know some of the questions than all of the answers.

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    Re: Android 101

    Quote Originally Posted by giveen View Post
    I've been meaning to make a ADB tutorial.
    You simply must! also for nomenclatures sake I recommend that it be named Android 202. Perhaps even higher if you intend on getting into more intense subjects later on.
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