I’m not too concerned about this issue because I’ve been downloading apps since I had an Android, but I was wondering what instant apps was like when I saw it.
I turn off a lot of permissions and disable lots of built in apps out of blunt rage and have to factory reset my phone later when I can’t fix the problem. I did that not to long ago and instant apps doesn’t work (this was the first time I tried to use it). I don’t feel like factory resetting. I use a Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime (which when I look online the specs are always inaccurate such as internet says:).
I was curious about the problem and need reputation to answer some questions I have different views on. Answer if you please but please help me get 10 reputation (2 upvotes will work). I don’t know how to attach the video that shows it so I will leave an image:
I still use Win7 and wanna move to Win10. But it’s gonna take days to install and configure all apps I need. It’s a troubling process as I’d become limited on using my PC while I do whole installation and backup.
I’m thinking then on doing it on a VMware VM. Then when all installation is finished I’d backup its partition and restore it on my PC.
My question is if if’d work. How would Windows behave upon being moved from a VM to a hardware PC. Would VM’s drivers be a burden or just rest still and not cause any trouble. Would Win10 work as if it was installed there to begin with or would it be crippled and should I forget the idea?
I wanted to know if there is an archive from which I can get all old applications (I’m only interested in release dates of version for a project I’m working on) ? Old as in….back to 2008 when play store was first launched. ApkMirror only has data back till 2014.
In terms of an application that’s about affording its end-uses the ability to add, view, and manipulate their own data (like Podio, Trello, Redbooth, Asana, et cetera), I’m wondering how it can be designed such that it also affords them the ability to add code-as-data to the app and have the app be a function of that user-added-code as well as its original, base code.
eval() is “evil”, but I can’t think of any other way to take code from a user. And, even with
eval(), it’s unclear to me how to how to structure the app such that it can incorporate that user-supplied code back into itself. Additionally, should there be a core of the app that’s never changed to keep the user from nuking the system —TiddlyWiki (something that seems to exemplify the quality I’ve in mind) mentions a “microkernel”, a “boot script”, and module system, though I don’t quite get how it all works.
From what I’ve looked at thus far, I’ve seen mention of DSLs a lot. How’s that fit in? And some stuff about vulnerability to malicious injection and the need to sandbox (or something) the user code. How’s that work?
Spreadsheet apps also come to mind as doing what I’m asking about. With many of ’em, one can write their own functions that tie into core parts of the app and that stuff is written in cells as data.
Can you recommend me a guide or book for making apps focused on people with vision problems? Some kind of accessibility guidelines.
I know there are some guidelines in the iOS/Android documentation, but I’m looking for something more detailed.
There is a setting in Huawei phones that allow you to add applications as protected.
What is that setting mean? Are there other vendors that have a similar feature?
I’ve noticed that some applications by default added to protected (such as Instagram for example). How is it done? Where I can find the full list of such applications? Is this means that Huawei as vendor trusts those packages?
one of the supplier for my company use the Software called “LogMeIn Rescue” to access the PCs of my company’s employees. The problem is that everytime they launch the Software, the PC want the Administrator Permission for allowing the access:
“Windows Firewall has blocked some features of this program.” —> “Allow Access”.
The problem now is that all the users in my company don’t have the Administrator Privilige but only the Standard one, this means that when they run this program for the first timem, someone have to go there and use the admin user to “Allow Access” so the Software will be accepted on the Windows Firewall.
There is a policy or maybe something else that can avoid this problem for this specific Software? Make sure that it will stop to asking for admin privileges every time it is launched by all users or maybe whitelist it on all windows firewall of the company??
Thank you in advance
I have a Google Spreadsheet with some different sheets. I want to send my Google Spreadsheet as excel attachment to some specific addresses in everyday morning. How can I do this easily? I have heard that I can do it by
But I am very new in using Google Spreadsheet and Google Apps Script as well.
Please help me on this. My android phone started behaving weird these days. I have 32GB internal memory on the phone. earlier i had only 17% used. but one fine day it started showing 99% used even after deleting all the apps on the device. I cleared the cache, user data. it would come down to 97-98%, and that space is also consumed in no time. Cleared unwanted data, moved apps and media to SD card etc, still same issue.
Thanks in advance!
I came to know that there is a lock icon on every app in the recent apps list in the overview in android that allows us to pin some apps to the list.
I am using Android 7.0 , but I am not getting any such icon there. See this screenshot :
Is there any hidden setting in Android by which this functionality can be enabled ?