The usual way of installing Android apps is through an app store. On my regular phone I've only used the Google Play Store. The Play Store app has one interesting feature - it can update apps without requiring your confirmation.

If your device is only used for one specific purpose (e.g., as a kios...

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Android apps are installed from the .apk file which contains the code, resources and other stuff. Android api can provide some additional information related to app installation. I used these methods in my recently published app - Power Apk.

PackageManager is the class that can be used to retri...

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Android 5.0 introduced a managed device mode. This feature allows a device owner to perform some privileged tasks often related to device administration, such as lock/hide apps, configure user accounts, wipe/reboot device, or remote updates without user interaction. All this can be done without...

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Sometimes it is useful to grab a screenshot from your new app remotely through Wi-Fi. For example, you might be using sensors like the accelerometer and you would like to show the results while your moving. In this situation it might be more comfortable to move with the device without the attached U...

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Apple Worm and Cannon - Godot game Just recently I started to play with the Godot engine and I really liked it. My first experiment with Godot was a minimalist causal game. It certainly isn't the most advanced 3D graphics game, but it took only a couple of hours to create it and most of the time I spent on creating the graphics...

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