Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-12 Thread Elvis Prokopis
elvis.proko...@gmail.com On Jan 12, 2010 12:39 a.m., Kevin Duffey andjar...@gmail.com wrote: Ah.. ok.. that was more clear. I've only been working with it a couple months, haven't seen any real issues. Can you list..perhaps in a private email... some issues you are having? I would agree tho that

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-11 Thread nexbug
The status light (to the right of the earpiece) and the Trackball change colors, flash, or glow briefly to inform you of the charging status of the phone and other important information. I was hopeful other important information meant it would work as the primary notification.. Many users rely

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-11 Thread iPaul Pro
This is ridiculous. It's getting harder-and-harder to ignore Google's total lack of consideration for its developers. Paul Burke Finer Mobile On Jan 11, 10:15 am, nexbug gsuku...@gmail.com wrote: The status light (to the right of the earpiece) and the Trackball change colors, flash, or glow

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-11 Thread Kevin Duffey
Paul... what are you talking about? Lack of consideration how? Please provide details as your post here is pretty vague. Are you saying because the LED doesn't allow us to use it for all sorts of purposes that google doesnt regard us developers? I am curious where the 2.1 SDK is. I was told my

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-11 Thread iPaul Pro
Paul... what are you talking about? Lack of consideration how? Please provide details as your post here is pretty vague. Are you saying because the LED doesn't allow us to use it for all sorts of purposes that google doesnt regard us developers? I was referring to the fact that the 2.1 SDK is

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-11 Thread Kevin Duffey
Ah.. ok.. that was more clear. I've only been working with it a couple months, haven't seen any real issues. Can you list..perhaps in a private email... some issues you are having? I would agree tho that it should be relatively easy to put up a simple it will be available on this date.. message.

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-11 Thread iPaul Pro
Apparently it was just announced that its now available. Thats pretty funny. Can you list..perhaps in a private email... some issues you are having? I will shoot you that email when I get a chance. On Jan 11, 6:39 pm, Kevin Duffey andjar...@gmail.com wrote: Ah.. ok.. that was more clear. I've

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-11 Thread budziq
On 12 Sty, 00:42, iPaul Pro mr.paulbu...@gmail.com wrote: Apparently it was just announced that its now available. Thats pretty funny. Well, 2.1 SDK really is available. Just check for your self :) -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Android

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-10 Thread vorcigernix
Whole idea of having google superphone and write some main parts of OS as closed source bits for that device is flawed from beginning. On other hand, if your code works on 2.01, then it should work on nexus (except that hw related things). I am missing some big notice on developers page month

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-10 Thread nexbug
Users reporting that the notification lights are not working as on earlier devices(let alone LED color customization). Have been chasing around trying to figure this out until i realized none of the apps are showing the flashing notification which we have all come to expect on the device. Not even

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-10 Thread Kent Loobey
On Sunday 10 January 2010 17:32:22 nexbug wrote: Users reporting that the notification lights are not working as on earlier devices(let alone LED color customization). Have been chasing around trying to figure this out until i realized none of the apps are showing the flashing notification

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-10 Thread String
Looks to me like the LED on top is purely to indicate charge status, while notifications come through the trackball light: http://www.google.com/support/android/bin/static.py?page=guide.csguide=27201topic=27212answer=168442#1074245 IOW, it's not a bug, it's a feature. String PS: *Still* waiting

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-07 Thread String
On Jan 5, 10:25 pm, David Sauter del...@gmail.com wrote: Does it raise the hard coded heap limit? FYI, heap limit has had the potential to go beyond 16MB since 2.0. It's being set on a device basis, and the theory is that it's tied to screen/camera size: devices with more pixels on the screen

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 on sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-07 Thread Streets Of Boston
I tried a whole bunch of apps on the Nexus One. So far, all of them worked fine! On Jan 7, 5:39 am, String sterling.ud...@googlemail.com wrote: On Jan 5, 10:25 pm, David Sauter del...@gmail.com wrote: Does it raise the hard coded heap limit? FYI, heap limit has had the potential to go

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-06 Thread String
24 hours and counting, still no 2.1 SDK... On Jan 6, 2:16 am, whoodroid gsuku...@gmail.com wrote: good, remember, it is the developer who gets knifed in the belly by paying customers when a phone is released with an SDK he/she has never seen, and issues arise. Reading the numerous N1 reviews

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-06 Thread CosminB
I would like to buy the Nexus as well, but I live in Romania, I don't know if it works on Vodafone. Anyone got any idea regarding this? I want to purchase it from U.S. Also, if I buy it, will the Market work for paid apps too? Currently my HTC Magic doesn't have paid apps in Market, but I bought

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-06 Thread David Sauter
On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 3:12 PM, Dianne Hackborn hack...@android.com wrote: While I will not argue that we need to be better about getting SDKs out earlier, for developers the changes in 2.1 are really not that significant. Does it raise the hard coded heap limit? -- -- David Sauter --

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-06 Thread David Sauter
Reading the numerous N1 reviews over the last day, one recurring theme is (now that there's finally Android hardware to equal the iPhone) the app catalog is the major drawback to the platform. IOW, pissing off developers is the last thing Google should be doing right now. Amusingly enough

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-06 Thread Sundog
I have ceased development on Android entirely. I am now just supporting my 2 apps - one of them a bestseller, the other an OpenGL flight game - as best I can. I'm sure the soundboard authors and the flashlight authors will keep up the stream of garbage, but I'll bet I'm not the only actual quality

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread MrChaz
From the QA Jason Chen: Q: Why was it necessary for Google to design the phone? Why couldn’t it just be an HTC phone running the new flavor of Android? And will these new features becoming to Droid? A: It’s inaccurate to say Google designed the phone (points to HTC CEO). [Google] is just

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread Utopar
This is good news! To me that implies the SDK will be coming in a couple of days. On Jan 5, 8:10 pm, pcm2a reeeye...@gmail.com wrote: -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups Android Developers group. To post to this group, send email to

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread Wayne Wenthin
This is true. But the phones are being overnighted to people starting today. They have been Dogfooding it for a few weeks. Why are the Developers the last to see it?If this breaks apps, which it is certain to do, they are just further infuriating the Developers that are trying to make this

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread Dianne Hackborn
On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 1:56 PM, Wayne Wenthin wa...@fuligin.com wrote: This is true. But the phones are being overnighted to people starting today. They have been Dogfooding it for a few weeks. Why are the Developers the last to see it?If this breaks apps, which it is certain to do,

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread MrChaz
Thanks for replying Dianne, it's nice to see an official face in one of these threads. I have to say though that with the best will in the world chances are things are still going to break somewhere, although admittedly minor ones. The other thing, which is more important imo, is engaging with the

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread Jonas Petersson
Wayne Wenthin wrote: [...] If they continue I may just break down and buy a Mac. At least with Apple you know where you stand... Generally under the foot of Jobs but at least you know it. Heh, I already have a pretty decent MacBookPro and all I can say is that I much prefer running Linux

Re: [android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread Wayne Wenthin
Yeah Mr. Jobs would never let my app exist. It would be too controversial. On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 2:16 PM, Jonas Petersson jonas.peters...@xms.sewrote: Wayne Wenthin wrote: [...] If they continue I may just break down and buy a Mac. At least with Apple you know where you stand...

[android-developers] Re: Nexus 2.1 one sale, WHERE is the SDK!

2010-01-05 Thread whoodroid
This is definitely not an acceptable way to treat your developer audience. How would google developers like it if HTC shipped the N1 to customers directly without the OS, and expected Google to ship the OS to the customer, without ever having seen the device beforehand? Granted there is a world of