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Improve Android and iOS debug compilation speed – grijjy blog – Set the Debug information option to Limited Debug information

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/12

If you develop mobile apps with Delphi, you know it: compiling for Android and iOS is sloooooooooooooow, especially for debug builds. This little tip makes compiling Debug builds much faster……

Set the Debug information option to Limited Debug information

When I read a thing like that, I always think “how come I never thought about that before?” Well done Erik!

[WayBackImprove Android and iOS debug compilation speed – grijjy blog

via: [WayBack] Here’s a quick tip to improve the compilation speed of debug builds for iOS and Android… – Erik van Bilsen – Google+

–jeroen

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GitHub – Genymobile/scrcpy: Display and control your Android device

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/10

On my list of things to try when I am going back to do Android development [WayBack]: GitHub – Genymobile/scrcpy: Display and control your Android device.

Via:

–jeroen

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Visual studio (2015) emulator for android not working – XDE.exe – Exit Code 3 – Stack Overflow

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/03/07

In cast I ever want to do Android work again in Visual Studio [WayBackVisual studio (2015) emulator for android not working – XDE.exe – Exit Code 3 – Stack Overflow

Getting the Android Emulator to run is tough because Hyper-V and networking is awful and running this all in a Windows VM makes it even more complicated.

–jeroen

Posted in .NET, Android, Development, Mobile Development, Software Development, Visual Studio 2015, Visual Studio and tools, Xamarin Studio | Leave a Comment »

Raspberry Pi | RTAndroid

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/01/03

Raspbyerry Pi 3 are very versatile. Not just for your light weight Linux installation or Windows 10 IoT, but also for Android experimentation.

On my research list is [WayBackRaspberry Pi | RTAndroid:

Raspberry Pi 3 This page provides a device-specific tutorial for installing RTAndroid on the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B. Single-board computing devices

It’s an Android 7 (codenamed Android N, now Android Nougat) distribution with Raspberry Pi images (nowadays Raspberry Pi 3, but should run on older as well). Which means you do not have to upgrade your phone to use more recent versions of Android to program against.

–jeroen

via: [WayBackFixed by Code: Running Delphi applications on Raspberry Pi 3 and [WayBackA bit of ravings: https://fixedbycode.blogspot.dk/2016/12/running-delphi-appl…

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Open source app to detect bluetooth gas pump credit card skimmers – Skimmer Scanner – Android Apps on Google Play

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/09/15

Before you fill up your car, check if you potentially can be skimmed: Skimmer Scanner – Android Apps on Google Play

The app is open source at sparkfunX/Skimmer_Scanner: A mobile app for detecting bluetooth gas pump credit card skimmers.

A long article about reverse engineering these skimmers is at [WayBack] Gas Pump Skimmers – learn.sparkfun.com including tools to get the data out: [WayBackMPLAB PICkit 3 – PGM-09973 – SparkFun Electronics

All via: [WayBack] Gas pump skimmers – what you need to knowIf you’re on android, there’s an app that essentially finds and pairs with the skimmer to see if it’s active… – Lars Fosdal – Google+

–jeroen

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