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Installing Applications Through the Android Market

The Android Market is essentially Android’s answer to Apple’s iPhone App Store. As of September 2009, the Android Market already offered well over 10,000 applications, and this number has only continued to grow. In addition to the applications the Android Market offers, you can also use it to install other downloaded third party applications.

  1. Copy the APK file to your Android’s memory card and insert the card into your phone.
  2. Download and install the Apps Installer application from the Android Market
  3. Once installed, the Apps Installer will display the APK files on the memory card.
  4. Click and install your APK files.

Installing Applications With Android SDK

It is possible to install APK files without utilizing the Android Market, although the process is more difficult and complex. To avoid the Android Market, you need to use Android SDK.

  1. Download and install the Google Android SDK program and the Android USB drivers. The download links are as follows: http://code.google.com/android/intro/installing.html
  2. http://dl.google.com/android/android_usb_windows.zip
  3. You need to modify your Android’s settings to allow the installation of applications from other sources. Under “Settings,” select “Application Settings” and then enable “Unknown Sources.” Also under “Settings,” select “SD Card” and “Phone Storage,” and finally enable “Disable Use for USB Storage”
  4. This last step is easy. Open Command Prompt and type the following: adb install <1>/<2>.apk
  5. However, when you type the command, replace <1> with the path to your APK file and replace <2> with the name of the APK file.
  6. You’re done! Your application is now ready for your use and enjoyment.

Thursday, October 4, 2012

C4droid (C/C++ compiler) 3.61 (Android)

C4droid (C/C++ compiler) 3.61 (Android)

Overview: C4droid is a simple C/C++ IDE + C/C++ compiler for Android with Makefile support.

Requirements: Android OS 2.1 and up

Market Update Released: October 2, 2012

Price: $2.99

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What’s New in C4droid (C/C++ compiler) version 3.61:

  • Fixed ncurses support.

C4droid already has almost full C language support, so you don’t need to wait when it will be added.

You can to write your own applications on Android phone, and run them. This app uses TCC and uClibc, so it has full support of ANSI C and some support of ISO C99. C4droid can be used for educational purposes or to practice in C language.

Some components of C4droid are LGPL-licensed. You can download used source code of TCC and uClibc on their websites (But TCC had been modified by me, so I recommend to email me to get modified source).

C4droid includes Android Terminal Emulator so you can to run your application comfortably.

To get C++ support you need:

1) Install GCC plugin (C4droid will ask you to install it).

2) Select G++ compiler in C4droid preferences.

3*) Use iostream, not iostream.h

4*) Add “using namespace std;” to your program (before int main)

To compile Makefile projects, open any file in the same folder with Makefile and long-click “Compile” to configure current directory (C4droid will create .c4droid configuration file when you’ll press Ok). After configuring folder, you can press compile button and C4droid will build your project.

Don’t forget to enter executable name and select compilation mode (and press ok also, else changes will be discarded)

C4droid supports SDL, NativeActivity and Qt for GUI now, install SDL plugin for C4droid to use it (only GCC/G++ compiler is supported, so you need GCC plugin).

(SDL is detected with #include “SDL.h”, NativeActivity is detected with #include “android_native_app_glue.h”, Qt is detected with #include “QtGui”).

There is an experimental support for Qt using necessitas, but note that it’s in alpha stage.

Qt support limitations:

1) Path to Ministro libraries is hardcoded (/data/data/org.kde.necessitas.ministro/files/qt/lib), so email me if it will change.

2) Only QtCore and QtGui libraries are supported by C4droid for now.

3) If you’re compiling a single-file Qt app, you must add #include “yoursourcefilenamewithcpp.moc” to the end of file. If you’re using .pro file for compilation, you don’t need to do that.

Quick manual:

If you have found a bug or app is not working, email me.

If app crashes on start, reboot your device, it’s a Google Play/Android bug.

Long click save button to “save as”, long click run to run with arguments.

Result of compilation (binary) is placed in “/data/data/com.n0n3m4.droidc/files/temp”, because sdcard doesn’t have permission for execution by default.

If you have “Illegal instruction” error, using internal compiler (TCC), install GCC plugin, GCC supports softfloat (by default).

C4droid will check license via the Internet.


You need to uninstall app if updating from version lower than 3.35!

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