Controllerism with your nanoPAD2

Love Ean Golden performing on his Midi Fighter, now you too can achieve the same magic on your nanoPAD2. Check out the layout and download the classic Midi Fighter mappings for your nanoPAD2 for free.

How to use Amazon Appstore Outside US

Following post talks about how anyone in the world can access and download apps from Amazon’s recently launched App Store. 100% working no catch.

Got android? Now access VEVO outside US

This post presents a simple way to access Vevo on your Android device and that too without rooting, using proxy servers or VPN's.

Bypass Trial Version Limitations using Sandboxie

This post shows how to use a free tool called 'Sanboxie' for bypassing time bound trial version software limitations.

Installing/Using Applications without administrator rights

Learn multiple ways using which you can use your favorite applications (without installing!) without Administrator privileges.

July 30, 2010

Adding Blogger’s Official Sharing Buttons on the right side of posts

Just a small tweak I wanted to share. (Experience free call to US and Canada visit How to use Gmail Call features outside US) 
  1. Login to your Blogger Account
  2. Click on Design, the page elements page will open up. On this page under the blog posts section click on Edit Posts.Blogger Blog settings
  3. A New window will pop up. In this window scroll down to Show Share Buttons option and select the check box. This will enable the Share Buttons for your blog posts. Blogger Share buttons
  4. Click on the Save button to save the changes.
  5. Now click on Edit HTML option and select the check box labled Expand Widget Templets Edit html for blogger
  6. Now in the code section search for text “post-header-line-1”code
  7. And place following code just after that line
  8. Now you can preview the changes just made and save your template.

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July 28, 2010

Learn Android App Development with me! #1

I’ve been using Android phone from a long time (I Love it) and I feel that I have explored almost all the options configurations, settings, apps that it supports and does. But I still felt that something is missing, the Android Market still does not have the App that I really want on my mobile. So I thought of developing my own App that will have the functionality I want on my Android.

First I started finding good books on Android development and other tutorials on the internet and then something popped up in my mind “Why not share my learning on internet?” Maybe there are some people on the planet who feels the same like I do, who are not professional developers, who just want to gain knowledge about current trends. At that point I decided to share my learning and progress and now I invite you to share yours with me too.

Android Development I am novice and I just want to develop applications that I want to have on my Android. In this series I will be first exploring how and what of android development and will try to learn and share whatever I have learned in a consumable format. Everyone is welcome to be a part of this, you can be a novice just like me or a professional developer to help others and share your knowledge. Let us proceed with basics and installation.

FACT: None of the steps mentioned below requires administrator privileges which mean you can download, install, and run the following with your user account. (Thanks to Google for making it that easy and consumable)

#1 The Basics

Things to download before we start:

STEP1: Download the latest Android SDK from http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html

STEP2: Download Eclipse IDE for Java Developers from http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/ (You can also download Eclipse Classic if you want)

STEP3: Download Java Development Kit (JDK) from http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html (Please make sure you are downloading JDK and not JRE)

STEP3.5: Read the steps mentioned at http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html#quickstart (just to get the idea)

Preparing the Environment: (How to get everything working and that too without administrator rights)

STEP4: Extract the Eclipse IDE to a folder of your choice. (Yes not installation required, just extract and you are done)

STEP5: Go to http://www.zjtechlive.com/try-android-2-2-froyo-on-pc-or-mac/ and follow the steps mentioned there till step number 5. (This will download the Android images and emulator).

STEP6: Install ADT Plug-in for Android by following steps mentioned at http://developer.android.com/sdk/eclipse-adt.html (Also visit http://www.xtensivearts.com/2009/07/03/episode-1-getting-started/ which features a video on how to achieve this)

That’s all what I did till yesterday. I’ll be learning more about development for android and will share it. Please post comments if any of the above mentioned things didn’t worked out or any other things on your mind. Thanks.

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July 19, 2010

Flash 10.1 Running on HTC Hero with Android 2.1

Wanna see latest flash player 10.1 running on Android 2.1, visit Droid-X-perience on your HTC Hero.

Yes it does work and not only for games, but for videos, music as well. If you still have doubts… please add a link of a website (in comments) you want me to show you working on my updated HTC Hero.

I am also working on creating a package for 2.1 Android users to upgrade their existing flash player to 10.1 (non root users) Please also add comments if you want to help me out with that.

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