flashlight app?

Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by thrashtrash, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. eclipsed4utoo

    eclipsed4utoo Member

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    I am almost certain that is the issue. I just loaded up both versions on my Droid and I had the same symptoms with the widget. Removed the old version, and the new version's widget started working.
     
  2. Huma

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    The old app doesn't seem to be in my downloaded list but I can still find the widget on my phone. I removed the new app already but can't get the old one off.
     
  3. Luxferro

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    Just look for it in settings, applications, manage. You should be able to uninstall it from there. It's not on the market anymore, so you can't uninstall it from there anymore.
     
  4. eclipsed4utoo

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    so the old app isn't in your installed application's list?
     
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    Correct. Could it be because it was removed from the app store?
     
  6. eclipsed4utoo

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    yes, that would be why. Follow Luxferro's instructions to uninstall.

     
  7. Huma

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    Perfect. Everything works great now, Thank you.
     
  8. nikolatesla20

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    Yes, I made the other app. Not sure why it force closes for you (doesn't on my droid). You said the widget FCs? I can check into it when I get home.

    Just remember everyone, you get what you pay for, free apps aren't always the best apps :) (nudges other LED coders that are now offering it for free...)

    I would also like to point out a portion of the developer agreement, for reminder to other developers, of this fact:

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    "Developers should only charge for applications and downloads from Android Market through the Market's Payment Processor. Developers may offer free applications as access points to paid services for which customers have registered and provided payment information. This should not be used as an alternative means to the Android Market Payment Processor to collect payment for usage of applications."


    In essence, donation-ware or other methods of payment are against way the Google intends the market to function and could be a breach of contract, as it becomes a way to circumvent the processing fee, etc.


    -niko
     
    #104 nikolatesla20, Nov 23, 2009
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  10. eclipsed4utoo

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    So is this a way for you to try to make your app look better?

    The donation is not for payment for the application. It's for the OPTION to donate to continue the development of the application. Nobody has to donate. It's not a requirement to download the application, which is why there is a free version that is has all implemented features. The donation has to do with future services, not the application that is currently on the market. Therefore, it really has nothing to do with the developer agreement or Google.
     
  11. Ed Blown Vert

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    I just tried it out. Maybe I am doing something wrong, but when I select the option to dim the screen. It keep the timeout on the screen at 1 second even after the app is closed. I have to go back into setting and set it back.

    Nice app btw...
     
  12. eclipsed4utoo

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    Do you have auto brightness checked? Settings --> Sound & Display --> Brightness --> Automatic Brightness checkbox.

    I have found an issue with the process that I am using and having Automatic Brightness enabled. I am working on it now.
     
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