Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 07:36
To create an custom button in Android create a subfolder called drawable in the res directory.
Then create an xml file save is as custom_button.xml or what ever you chose to name it.
below is content for your custom button
solid sets the hex color of the button, corners set the corner radius ( rounded corders ), stroke set a border color for the button.
Open the Telephone App and dial this number:
STAR HASH ZERO EIGHT FOUR TWO HASH
A magic hidden menu shows up with Options to for: ON , OFF, 1 sec on/off, 2 sec on/off
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 July 2014 10:58
To use an Android device for development so it appears in the DDMS, you need to turn to Activate USB Debugging.
The following are instructions how to do this on a Samsung Galaxy S, which I am using as a test phone.
Side note: to see DDMS in Eclipse, Click "Window" -> "Open Prospective" -> "Other" -> "DDMS"