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Friday, January 3, 2014

More Kit Kat on a Samsung Galaxy Tablet P3113

This is a follow up to the previous post.

  • I noticed no Developer Options under settings. Bummer.
  • The absence or corruption of the Cyanogenmod development.apk meant no USB debugging for a connection to the Android SDK on my Aspire One netbook.

    Solution: I found an app that mimics the Developer Tools at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.westhill.development&feature=also_installed.

    All this prompted me to recompile the following Augmented Reality social networking app with a target of 19 a.k.a. Kit Kat.

  • https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.warmixare
  • Jan 15 2013 Revision : I found that tapping the [Build Number] under [Settings | About Device] enables [Developer Options]. Tap the [Build Number] 7 times.

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    1. Pulled from DroidViews
      Enabling Developers Options on Android 4.2/ 4.3/ 4.4 KitKat
      In fact, the developer options lie at the core of Android development and so they cannot be removed as long as Android is an open source environment. The only change Android 4.2 brings in connection to these useful options is that now they are hidden by default and you will have to make it available by doing some finger exercise.

      Open Settings> About on your Android phone or tablet.
      If you have a Samsung Galaxy S3, S4, Note 8.0, Tab 3 or any other Galaxy device with Android 4.2 or Android 4.3, open Settings> More/General tab> About and tap it.
      If you have Galaxy Note 2 or Note 3 or any Galaxy device with Android 4.3, go to Settings> General> About and tap the Build version 7 times.
      Now scroll to Build number and tap it 7 times.
      After tapping the Build Number 7 times, you will see a message “You are now a developer!” If you have a Galaxy S4 or any other Samsung Galaxy device with Android 4.2, the message reads as follows- “Developer mode has been enabled”.

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