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Remote application update

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Remote application update

Postby ac0502 » Tue May 27, 2008 8:35 am

Hi,

I am developing an Android application. I would like to perform a remote update of this application, when a new version is available in a Web-Application Server. I had implemented a solution for this problem in J2ME using the platformRequest() function. But I don't know how can do that in Android. Is there a similar solution for android? Can anybody me help?

Thanks in advance
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