It appears that by default the developer options are hidden on Android 4.2. Developer options are important for programming and debugging programs. If you find your developer options have gone away then follow the link below for info on how to access it easily and quickly.
Recently while working on an Android project I needed to add several buttons to a layout dynamically. I wanted to create them on the fly from an array. That way whenever I need to add another all I would have to do is add another element to the array. The code wasn’t that straightforward and after a while I was able to figure out what to do. Below is what I came up with.
I have recently published my first App in the Android market. It is called All Trivia and is a fun little trivia game. If you like Trivia as much as I do, I invite you to give it a try. You can find more information at my other site, http://www.Rareink.net/alltrivia/. Please let me know what you think.
From time to time you might want to get a copy of your contacts from your Android phone. Normally any contacts that you add to your phone will automatically be uploaded to your Gmail account. However, for one reason or another they might not have. For example if the phone was never set up with a Gmail address or was set up with one after the contacts were added. Either way its a good idea to have a backup copy. How to do this will vary with which version you have. The steps below are for Android 2.1 (Eclair) but will also work on most other versions with minor changes.