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Sprint HTC Hero skin for the Android AVD

Postby Btaz » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:14 am

Here is a quick avd I put together for the new Sprint HTC Hero.

Note: The search button doesn't seem to work


Here is what I typed in the /tools dir of android

>android create avd --target 2 --name HTC_Hero_Sprint --skin HTC_HERO_SPRINT
Android 1.6 is a basic Android platform.
Do you wish to create a custom hardware profile [no]yes

Device ram size: The amount of physical RAM on the device, in megabytes.
hw.ramSize [96]:288

Touch-screen support: Whether there is a touch screen or not on the device.
hw.touchScreen [yes]:

Track-ball support: Whether there is a trackball on the device.
hw.trackBall [yes]:

Keyboard support: Whether the device has a QWERTY keyboard.
hw.keyboard [yes]:no

DPad support: Whether the device has DPad keys
hw.dPad [yes]:yes

GSM modem support: Whether there is a GSM modem in the device.
hw.gsmModem [yes]:

Camera support: Whether the device has a camera.
hw.camera [no]:yes

Maximum horizontal camera pixels
hw.camera.maxHorizontalPixels [640]:480

Maximum vertical camera pixels
hw.camera.maxVerticalPixels [480]:320

GPS support: Whether there is a GPS in the device.
hw.gps [yes]:

Battery support: Whether the device can run on a battery.
hw.battery [yes]:

Accelerometer: Whether there is an accelerometer in the device.
hw.accelerometer [yes]:

Audio recording support: Whether the device can record audio
hw.audioInput [yes]:

Audio playback support: Whether the device can play audio
hw.audioOutput [yes]:

SD Card support: Whether the device supports insertion/removal of virtual SD Car
ds.
hw.sdCard [yes]:

Cache partition support: Whether we use a /cache partition on the device.
disk.cachePartition [yes]:

Cache partition size
disk.cachePartition.size [66MB]:

Abstracted LCD density: Must be one of 120, 160 or 240. A value used to roughly
describe the density of the LCD screen for automatic resource/asset selection.
hw.lcd.density [160]:

Created AVD 'HTC_Hero_Sprint' based on Android 1.6, with the following hardware
config:
hw.dPad=yes
hw.camera.maxHorizontalPixels=480
hw.keyboard=no
hw.camera.maxVerticalPixels=320
hw.ramSize=288
hw.camera=yes
Attachments
HTC_HERO_SPRINT.rar
Photoshop files included
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target-2

Postby shareme » Tue Sep 22, 2009 3:06 pm

tARGET-2 INDICATES ANDRoid 1.1. WHICH IS PROBABLY WHY THE SEARCH BUTTON DID NOT WOrk YOU NEED EITHER TARGET-3 OR TARGET-4
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Re: target-2

Postby Btaz » Wed Sep 23, 2009 4:07 am

shareme wrote:tARGET-2 INDICATES ANDRoid 1.1. WHICH IS PROBABLY WHY THE SEARCH BUTTON DID NOT WOrk YOU NEED EITHER TARGET-3 OR TARGET-4


I don't think that is the problem. target-2 indicates the following:

id: 2
Name: Android 1.6
Type: Platform
API level: 4
Revision: 1
Skins: HTC_HERO, HTC_HERO_SPRINT, HVGA (default), QVGA, WVGA800, WVGA854

this is 3 & 4 which are not of Type 'Platform'.

id: 3
Name: Google APIs
Type: Add-On
Vendor: Google Inc.
Revision: 3
Description: Android + Google APIs
Based on Android 1.5 (API level 3)
Libraries:
* com.google.android.maps (maps.jar)
API for Google Maps
Skins: QVGA-P, HVGA-L, HVGA (default), QVGA-L, HVGA-P, HTC_HERO
id: 4
Name: Google APIs
Type: Add-On
Vendor: Google Inc.
Revision: 1
Description: Android + Google APIs
Based on Android 1.6 (API level 4)
Libraries:
* com.google.android.maps (maps.jar)
API for Google Maps
Skins: WVGA854, HVGA (default), HTC_HERO, HTC_HERO_SPRINT, WVGA800, QVGA
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Postby geekfantasy » Thu Jan 28, 2010 8:49 pm

The target numbers are specific to your machine and dependent on what versions of android you have in your SDK.

An easy way to find the ids is to run the following command from within the Android SDK Tools directory:
Code: Select all
android list target

The skin name of course relates to the directory containing your desired skin in the "skins" directory under the target distribution folder in the "platforms" directory in the SDK folder.
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Postby santana1434 » Mon May 03, 2010 8:03 pm

Hi everyone..
I bought new google phone last week and i need to cover it with a nice skin on it. So i have searched a lot regarding this and came through a website http://www.decalskin.com/ , Is this website is really good in providing nice skin?
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Postby santana1434 » Mon May 03, 2010 8:37 pm

Hi everyone..
I bought new google phone last week and i need to cover it with a nice skin on it. So i have searched a lot regarding this and came through a website http://www.decalskin.com/ , Is this website is really good in providing nice skin?
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