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  • Joen A. 1:05 am on September 20, 2013 Permalink |
    Tags: WordPress for Android   

    When I move between Android devices, I use Helium to back up first. Helium uses Androids built-in backup system, and some apps specifically disallow this backup for security purposes (Google Authenticator is an example). The WordPress app blocks this type of backup. Any reason why?

  • blackgun 10:44 am on October 19, 2012 Permalink |
    Tags: WordPress for Android   

    I am a newbie to join the android development. I have trouble to build the project.

    Revision 836, Oct 8 2012
    Eclipse classic : Version: 4.2.0 Build id: I20120608-1400
    Android SDK: 4.1.2 API 16

    After I import the WordPress android project. I got lots of error.

    I set:



    It doesn’t work.The error is caused by override, so I guess it didn’t find the right lib and class.

    How to setup the project? Thanks.

    • Dan 6:56 pm on October 20, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Hmm, I just did a fresh checkout of trunk and it compiled fine for me. Have you tried doing a clean on the project?

    • newbeetoandroid 5:56 am on October 21, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Hi ..I am also new to android. I downloaded the code using SVN client. Now i see three folders brances, tags and trunk. Please let me know which folder to be built in the eclipse. I tried building trunk folder and i get lot of errors. Please some one help me with steps to build and run this app on android emulator.

  • Dan 1:56 pm on June 11, 2010 Permalink |
    Tags: , WordPress for Android   

    Stats Preview 

    Stats in WordPress for Android is really coming along! Here’s a sneak peek, any feedback welcome:

    Still figuring out which icon to use for the tab 😀

    • Andy Botting 8:56 am on June 25, 2010 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Speaking of stats, I was looking through your code and was horrified by the information you’re collecting about your users and sending home. Why would you collect my IMEI number or phone number for example. Don’t you think this is a little invasion of privacy?

      • Dan 9:06 am on June 25, 2010 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Hi Andy,
        We capture some device information for internal reporting purposes. The IMEI is used to get a unique record. Be assured that we don’t capture the phone number, you may have seen ‘mobile network number’, which isn’t the phone number but rather the mobile network code.

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