Android Tutorial B4A-Bridge a new way to connect to your device

Discussion in 'Tutorials & Examples' started by Erel, Feb 24, 2011.

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  1. hyuk7

    hyuk7 New Member Licensed User

    I have a Eeepc t91mt with 2gb memory to use the B4A, which is a slower netbook, I need a device connection to develop an app because the emulator is toooo slow.
    If I uninstall the B4A-Designer, how can I design onto the device? Do I need to re-install it manually, or is there any other way to design rapidly?

    BTW I thank for the quick response in the community.:)
     
  2. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

  3. Reemj

    Reemj Member Licensed User

    hi

    hello
    when i bridge connect between a laptop and a mobile it brings only interface.
    how can i bring both the interface and the data on databae?

    thanks
    Reem
     
  4. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    What do you mean? Is your database included in the project?
     
  5. Reemj

    Reemj Member Licensed User

    yes, database on local server on a laptop.
    I want to fetch data to a Mobile
     
  6. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Is this question related to B4A-Bridge?
     
  7. Reemj

    Reemj Member Licensed User

    yes, because if the app work on emultor it is fetch te data but with bridge

    amobaile can not fetch the data

    thanks a lot :)
     
    Last edited: May 26, 2011
  8. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    B4A Bridge is only responsible for starting the application (and showing the logs). If your application starts and then encounters a problem then it is not related to B4A Bridge. I recommend you to start a new thread for this issue.
     
  9. Heinz

    Heinz Active Member Licensed User

    Hello, i have got my new Toshiba AC 100 10k
    Netbook. The B4ABridgePlus starts on Portrait
    mode. Can i have it in landscape mode ?
     
  10. agraham

    agraham Expert Licensed User

  11. SteveBee

    SteveBee Member Licensed User

    Nice!

    Just got my first Android phone... a horrible little cheapie to develop on (yes, I'm actually an iPhone 'fanboi' <g>).

    Have been using the emulator - but this B4a Bridge is great - downloaded from market and connected via WiFi - debugs nicely - good job!

    Question: is the purpose of the Designer on the device so that the B4a IDE Designer addresses the device, rather than the emulator?
    So I should I be seeing something on the device when I play with designer? (because I see nothing - its blank)

    Again, good work - a very smooth way to hook up the IDE and device.

    Steve
     
  12. SteveBee

    SteveBee Member Licensed User

    Forget this - my omission - when moving from Emulator to real device, I had forgotten to press "Connect" again, so the Designer could connect to the *new* device.
     
  13. optimist

    optimist Member Licensed User

    We have such a nice weather, so i develop in a park under old trees :)
    My smartphone is connected to the internet with umts.
    Additionally i enabled "thetering", so this internet connection is shared with my laptop.

    I am able to use the bridge even in this scenario without problems :sign0098:

    No router needed, developing with bridge like a charm and mobile internet on both devices :sign0060:

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2011
  14. WizardOz

    WizardOz Member Licensed User

    This works so perfectly, its almost a dream!
     
  15. Kamac

    Kamac Active Member Licensed User

    That's very useful. I'm gonna also start using it in the near future.
     
  16. timo

    timo Active Member Licensed User

    It works fine with a Galaxy Next, but there's nothing to do with the Galaxy S Plus.
    Any suggestions?
     
  17. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Do you get an error message?
     
  18. timo

    timo Active Member Licensed User

    No. Only 'Disconnected' on both sides. They simply don't find each other.
    Galaxy S Plus have only 3 USB options: Kies,Multimedia and mass memory.
     
  19. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    It may be a router firewall issue. You can try to ping the device from the desktop command line and see if it is reachable.
     
  20. timo

    timo Active Member Licensed User

    It was a tethering strange behaviour; it changed the setting alone. Boh...
     
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