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Is anyone else excited for Ice Cream Sandwhich? 3 Replies

Google really sounds like they starting to pay real attention to detail for Ice Cream Sandwhich. I can't wait! …Continue

Started by Jason Axelson. Last reply by Jason Axelson Nov 17, 2011.

Android IME service programming

Hi all, I ran into a problem with implementing an IME application.  I'm writing an IME that can use multiple input methods.  So the package has 3 services, one per input method.  The problem is, the…Continue

Started by Jimen Ching Oct 8, 2011.

Support Bounce Property for Scrollview in Android 4 Replies

In IPhone, scrollView.bounce is used to control the nice bouncing behavior for scrolling.Let's create the similar support in Android :)First, create a custom viewpublic class…Continue

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Started by WatchSound. Last reply by simone Jan 23, 2011.

Android in China -- oPhone 1 Reply

Thought this was particularly interesting. Although Android is becoming the dominant mobile platform in China that might not be a good thing because China has produced it's own variant on a fork of…Continue

Started by Gus Higuera. Last reply by Daniel Leuck Jul 22, 2010.

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Comment by John Barrett on July 15, 2012 at 11:27am

I have a question I saw this,which was on this group, but I can't find it:

A message from Jason Skicewicz to all members of Android on TechHui!

I'm working on a project that requires a kick ass Android developer.  Are there any professional shops that do Android development on island, or any independent contractors looking for some work with potential long term work?  We'd prefer find someone local instead of sending our money off island.

I have a friend in Brazil who is an award winning Android Developer, he just won a FWA award for a iPad app called MOD.

I know is is in Brazil, but he is fantastic with Android & iOS

Comment by James S. Nakama on November 17, 2011 at 9:29pm

Greetings All.  My Amazon Fire should arrive tomorrow.  I'll post a review ASAP.

Best Regards,


Comment by John Barrett on October 12, 2011 at 4:25pm
Hi Paul, thanks for telling me about this. Yes I figure the native language was java.
Comment by Paul Graydon on October 12, 2011 at 4:00pm

Yes, 3.x is (and will only be) for tablets.  4.x is supposed to see a merge of the platforms, phone and tablet running the same OS.

Native language is java, running on top of a custom JVM (Davlik), the source of a certain lawsuit at the moment between Oracle and Google.

Comment by John Barrett on October 12, 2011 at 2:50pm
I should have mentioned I only use flash & AIR to create apps for the Android. I think the native language is java, but not sure
Comment by John Barrett on October 12, 2011 at 2:48pm

can I ask Android 3.x (currently 3.2 is the latest I think) are for tablets, and version 2,2 and 2.3 are for phones. I am a flash developer, I just joined the Android market place.


I have the Motorola Atrix 4G, what a cool phone :)



Comment by John Barrett on August 21, 2011 at 3:58pm

The Hawaii Flash User Group will be having a "flash for Android" Meeting on 8/26 at 5:00pm at UH Manoa. You can see the event on tech hui here:


If you are interested in flash for Android I welcome you all to come

Comment by Curtis on October 7, 2010 at 12:29am
I just got my new HTC Evo 4G Android phone and I love it! It has got to be the best phone ever made if not one of the top three ;-)
Comment by Ray Tsuchiyama on September 19, 2010 at 10:08pm
Please see the new Tech Hui Job posting for Product Manager at the Google Tokyo office. Appreciate any referrals, RT.
Comment by Les Vogel on May 6, 2010 at 10:55am

Live, from Google I/O!
Thursday, May 06, 2010
More than 4,000 developers will be joining us at Google I/O on May 19-20, and if we had the capacity, we’d host many more. In order to give the entire developer community a chance to participate live, we're happy to announce that both keynote presentations will be streamed live. To watch, just go to at the start of the keynotes each day. We recommend watching on a high-speed connection for the best quality.

Here’s the schedule for the keynotes at I/O — it’s also available on our agenda page:
Day 1 Keynote: Wednesday, May 19, 9:00 -10:30am PT
Day 2 Keynote: Thursday, May 20, 8:30-10:00am PT
Both keynote sessions feature exciting new technologies, so be sure to mark your calendars!

by Christine Tsai, Google Developer Team

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