When the service detects that an apk had been installed, it should take the apk file and send it to a remote server.
WarrenFaith wrote:When the service detects that an apk had been installed, it should take the apk file and send it to a remote server.
First: Copyright should be the first thing you should think about
Second: All downloaded apks are on the SD card in the directory "download"
Third: I would never install your service/application... its simply spyware..
WarrenFaith wrote:First: I judge on the information you gave... if you provide information only matching spyware, its not my fault!
Second: Even if you backup it, you should care about copyright. Some licenses restrict more than a copy and just allow new download if you need it... and dont forget: i just want to help you....
WarrenFaith wrote:If you talking about the Package class, there is a method called getName() or what does the Intent.getData() gives you back?!
edit: you could also check http://developer.android.com/reference/ ... nager.html for changes...
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