It’s no secret that Android is now the undisputed number one OS in the mobile world, so it’s only natural that it will be the go-to choice for manufacturers to use for the emerging wearable tech market. And to further encourage the use of the Android platform for wearable devices, Google will be releasing the developer SDK for wearable devices in two weeks.
The Android SDK for wearables will be a great help to make it easier for manufacturers … Continue reading
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Finally. Six months after the public launch of the Google Chromecast, developers will finally get to properly play with it further as the Chromecast SDK has finally been made available today.
We have previously seen developers who had to reverse engineer their way into developing applications to support the device. But now they will now have the proper tools and files to build their apps easier to run with Chromecast.
If you are an interested developer, just head over … Continue reading
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Android 4.4 KitKat, brings some very interesting new features with it. One of them is the ability to Record your Screen using ADB (Android Debug Bridge) without rooting your device.
Below we will describe how you can archive the “Screen Recording” stuff. It’s easy and simple (this guide is ONLY for Windows).
First download ADB_Package.zip and save it to your PC. Extract the .zip package you just downloaded by right-clicking it and select “Extract All“.
Download UniversalAdbDriverSetup6.msi and install … Continue reading
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