Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Android SDK Documentation

Android SDK Documentation is the best way to learn Android Programming. This documentation is available online and offline through SDK.

Android SDK download the zip file and then deletes this zip file. If you need that zip file for some other offline use then you can download Android SDK Documentation directly from google with this link. This zip file contains copy of developer.android.com. Extract this zip and open index.html in your browser on any device like PC, tablet etc

Now ADT bundle is available for download from here and other missing components can be downloaded from links given below to save some bandwidth while installing on multiple computers.

Sources: https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/sources-17_r01.zip

Samples: https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/samples-17_r01.zip

Google API: https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/google_apis-17_r02.zip

MIPS System Image: http://d2a85uzpvoidrc.cloudfront.net/sysimg_mips-17_r01.zip

Intel x86 Atom System Image: http://download-software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/android/sysimg_x86-17_r01.zip

Android SDK Documentation: https://dl-ssl.google.com/android/repository/docs-17_r02.zip

These 5 downloads are OS independent and for Android API 17. Just put them in "adt-bundle-linux/sdk/temp/" directory or in "temp" directory of  Android sdk in windows and easily update the ADT on slow internet connection.

Otherwise the whole adt-bundle (eclipse+sdk) can be compressed and can be transferred from one PC to other having same operating system. It will save downloading time and bandwidth specially on slow internet connections.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Android Developer Console Update

Selling Apps in Multiple Currencies
Today we will be introducing Buyer’s Currencies in two new countries, India and Russia. All prices for these locales will be in the Indian Rupee (INR) and Russian Ruble (RUB) currencies, respectively. Please visit the Google Play Developer Console to set prices for this new country by October 25, 2012. On October 25, 2012, Google Play will automatically assign Buyer’s Currency prices for your products for the new countries if you have not manually set them in the Developer Console.
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Supported locations for merchants
We are pleased to announce that today we are adding support for Google Play Developer merchants in India. If you are a developer based in India, you may now register as Google Checkout Merchant through your Google Play Developer account in order to sell apps on Google Play.
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Payout changes for developers in Brazil, Russia and Taiwan
As of September 19, 2012, developers in Brazil, Russia and Taiwan are no longer required to create an AdSense account to receive their payouts. Their payouts will be processed through their Google Checkout merchant account via wire transfer in USD.
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