Google Drive is a cloud data storage platform, which is widely used over the globe. The copyrights are owned by Google. This app allows users to save their personal data (files, images, spreadsheets, presentations, etc.) on google cloud servers and also share the files within a company or with other users to download or even view online. The Google Drive suite includes, but not limited to Google Docs, Spreadsheets, Presentations. Google drive is similar to Microsoft Office, but with much less editing capabilities, but all data available in the cloud. Google Drive is a replacement of Google Docs. Currently, the Gooogle Drive suite has around 300 million users.
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1. Download and install android platform tools: https://developer.android.com/studio/releases/platform-tools.html
2. Open command line and navigate to the folder where ADB is located, eg. cd /D d:\Android\sdk\platform-tools\
3. Type adb devices and press ENTER.
Many people face an issue with Android's WebView and transparent background. The problem is that if you need to make transparent background for the WebView, it is not easy to do at the first sight. If you try to use property android:background="@android:color/transparent", you will discover that it just don't work as expected. The background is still opaque. Using background color set explicitly as #ff000000 constant sometimes work and sometimes not.
Go to your project and open Android Manifest file. Lets assume that your manifest file contains an activity that has the details as follows
<activity android:name=".MainActivity"> <intent-filter> <action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" /> <data android:scheme="http" android:host="example.com" /> </intent-filter> </activity>
Add the following lines as shown below.
<action android:name="android.intent.action.MAIN" /> <data android:scheme="http" android:host="example.com" />
Wonder why we did this? Well… It means that other (arbitrary) applications the user has on his phone can bind to your Service and call whatever method they please that is exposed through your AIDL interface.
In order to restore preferences upon application startup, you can use Android SharedPreferences class.
In onCreate metod call:
SharedPreferences sharedPref = getSharedPreferences("myprefs", 0);
// restore integer value, 1 - default
integer_value = sharedPref.getInt("integer_value", 1);
//same for the string value
string_value = sharedPref.getString("string_value", "this is a default value";
And in order to save values on application exit, write in onStop method:
SharedPreferences sharedPref= getSharedPreferences("myprefs", 0);
SharedPreferences.Editor editor= sharedPref.edit();
You can actually save other types of data also.