Category Archives: Tutorials

Get Installed Applications List in Android Example

get-installed-application-list-androidHere you will find the simplest way to get installed applications list in Android Phones. We can retrieve all installed applications list using PackageManager and ResolveInfo in Android. ResolveInfo and PackageManager are Android components which provides us all installed applications details as per our requirement.

Send Email From an Android Application programmatically

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Here we will discuss about how to send Email from an Android application programmatically. Simple we will use Intent.ACTION_SEND action with an existing email client like (gmail or something else) to send the email. Here in our example we will take inputs from user ( like To, Subject, Message) and will send it by invoking any of the existing email client, which is already installed in your device.

Android Messaging Example for Sending SMS Programmatically

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Here we will discuss about how to send SMS from an Android application in a very simple way. Sending SMS from an Android application programmatically is really very easy. Lets have a line by line discussion for how to send massages in Android.

Android Analog Clock and Digital Clock Example with Code Description

android-logoUsing Android Analog Clock and Digital Clock in any Android Application is very easy. We just need to put the Android clock control in the xml file, Then it will automatically pick the time and show on the Activity screen. Here is the complete code.

Android AIDL Example with Code Description – IPC

android-logoBefore we learn about Android Interface Definition Language (AIDL), Let us know why it is required? The answer is very simple. Each Android app run in it’s own process. So one application can’t directly access another app’s memory space. If you want to access some data from one application to another application, then we need to use  inter process communication (IPC) like other platforms. So in Android IPC is otherwise known as AIDL.

Simple Android AlarmManager Example to Schedule an Event

android-logoAfter getting so many request from users for updating the post on how to use Android alarm to schedule an event. Here is the complete example with source code and description. My idea is to give you a better idea about how AlarmManager works in Android platform. To make the example very simple, in this example we will have an activity which contains a button call ‘Setup Alarm’. Just click the button and wait for 10 seconds. Our Alarm will be raise.