How to change screen brightness programmatically

This post will explain you how to change the current system brightness with a seek bar on Android devices. The application which we are going to develop will work only on real devices, because it is impossible to see the brightness changes on the emulator.

One thing you must know is that Android system brightness value is applied to the screen’s backlight only when the screen turns on. This means that only after a device boots up or awaking the phone from a sleeping state will make the screen as bright as the value defined by the System.SCREEN_BRIGHTNESS variable. Consequently, changing only that variable won’t be enough to preview the brightness level as the brightness value need to be set for the window.

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Android Developers are Just a Click Away, Click Now

Are you searching Android Developers? If it is so then you have landed up on the right title. Like others, this kid of Google has impressed mobile phone users. It has even changed the definition of SmartPhone for common people. Considerably, you can buy an Android phone just by investing few thousands rupees but you need to pay double for purchasing an iOS corresponding device. Therefore, the rule of Android apps is increasing with every passing day. As a resultant, business is moving towards these apps and business organizations are trying to approach their customers in SmartPhones. If you are also among such business organization, which is looking for a credible and experienced Android Development Company then you can find below given post interesting. It will be an interesting process of joining hands with technically sound coding professionals. So, just follow below given steps.

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Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from Internet

In this post, we are going to discuss about how to play a music file(MP3) present over the internet. Android provides extensive support for playing music and it has dedicated a class called MediaPlayer which has all the necessary methods to play, pause, stop and do more with a MP3 file.

With the help of Android MediaPlayer framework we can play audio from media files stored in/as:

  1. Application’s resources (raw resources) [ Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from local resource ]
  2. Standalone files in the filesystem[ Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from URI ]
  3. Data stream arriving over a network connection
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Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from URI

In this post, we are going to discuss about how to play a music file(MP3) in Android application. Android provides extensive support for playing music and it has dedicated a class called MediaPlayer which has all the necessary methods to play, pause, stop and do more with a MP3 file.

With the help of Android MediaPlayer framework we can play audio from media files stored in/as:

  1. Application’s resources (raw resources) [Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from local resource]
  2. Standalone files in the filesystem
  3. Data stream arriving over a network connection [Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from Internet]
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Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from local resource

In this post, we are going to discuss about how to play a music file(MP3) in Android application. Android provides extensive support for playing music and it has dedicated a class called MediaPlayer which has all the necessary methods to play, pause, stop and do more with a MP3 file.

With the help of Android MediaPlayer framework we can play audio from media files stored in/as:

  1. Application’s resources (raw resources) [Similar to Button Listener – Make the cat start Meowing]
  2. Standalone files in the filesystem [Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from URI]
  3. Data stream arriving over a network connection [Android Mediaplayer Example – Play from Internet]
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jQuery Mobile Tutorial – Chapter #1 – Introduction

What is jQuery Mobile?
  1. jQuery Mobile is a free, open-source, cross-platform, JavaScript library that you can use for developing mobile websites.
  2. This library lets you create pages that look and feel like the pages of a native mobile application.
  3. A unified, HTML5-based user interface system for all popular mobile device platforms, built on the rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UI foundation.
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Android Check Wi-Fi Internet Connection

In this post, we are going to discuss about how to check whether Wi-Fi internet access is active or not in a device. We will develop a simple Android application which will show the status of Wi-Fi internet connectivity.

Before we start with developing application, download code from here to follow with the below listings.

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Android Check Mobile Internet Connection

In this post, we are going to discuss about how to check whether mobile internet access is active or not in a device. We will develop a simple Android application which will show the status of mobile internet connectivity.

Before we start with developing application, download code from here to follow with the below listings.

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