While you are trying to use Button in your ExpandableListView’s rows you can face that rows are not clickable anymore!
Don’t panic as me and set “android:focusable” property of Button as “false”.
When I tried to show a web page in Android, I faced with a black screen since web page contained Flash content. After googling I found the easy solution. Just add a single line to application tag in your manifest file.
Android Library Projects are quite useful when you want to use your assets/resources in multiple projects.(about library projects)
Opening an application from your own application is simple and you can find the solution everywhere like this :
The question and the answer is easy. Catch the back button and write finish() to close the application. But it may not work in some cases.
I faced with one of this cases and found a different approach. To use onBackPressed method you have to use Android 2.2 and higher. Hope this also helps to you.
- Using Button in ExpandableListView
- Showing flash objects in WebView
- Using Android library projects in custom builds
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