Tag Archives: Android

Android 4.1.1 MiniPC Rikomagic MK802 III Review

I have recently purchased an Android MiniPC Rikomagic MK802 III with RK3066 Coretx A9 1.6GHZ Dual Core CPU, 1GB DDR3 RAM, 8GB flash drive and Quad Core GPU AMD Z430.

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How to disable java in all browsers at once

Overview

Several major companies have been hacked lately. Security advice for web users last week from the US Department of Homeland Security encouraging to disable java on browsers. Disable java in each browser takes time. You will learn how to disable java for all at once. and also for each browser if needed.

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Android CyanogenMod 10.1 with ADB tutorial

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Introduction

CyanogenMod 10.1 is based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

* This tutorial is for the Samsung Galaxy S2, but it is supposed to be similar to other Samsung models and probably to other manufacturers.

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Android on PC / Laptop, try or install the EASY way.

Android-x86 project just released Android-x86 4.0-RC1.
now you can run android on PC / Laptop.

in this article, i will explain how to easily create a USB drive to boot your computer from.
you can try a live android version from this USB (without affecting your installed OS)
and/or you could install it if you want.

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Background processing with IntentService class

This article explain the usage of IntentService class in android SDK to perform background processing to offload tasks from an application’s main thread (Your activity).
when IntentService jobs done, the results are sent back to the activity.

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Transfer data from PHP to Android (JSON) – Part 1

You may reach a point where you need to transfer data from a server (web-service) to a an android client. although, there are many ways to achieve that goal, one of the simplest is using JSON. JSON is better then XML in terms of small bandwidth footprint. it has a lot of libraries for every available platform, so it makes the best solution for server-client communication.

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