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John Miller-George
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I'm interested in your book and have some questions:

1) I like to be able to re-use example code commercially under the same license as Android itself. Do you have re-useable example code in your book?

2) Do you have example code for using data and files on the /sdcard?

3) What is the highest Android release number supported in your book?

Thanks!

JLMG
 
Charlie E Collins
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The code is available, yes, it's Apache licensed - use it as you see fit.
http://code.google.com/p/unlocking-android/

We do have code that uses the FileSystem and SD card too, the easiest to get started with is probably the "FileStorage" sample app:
http://unlocking-android.googlecode.com/svn/chapter5/trunk/FileStorage/

Our book supports the current Android release 1.x. We updated a lot of it for 1.0, and we have tested all the samples with 1.1.

thanks
-- Charlie


John Miller-George wrote:I'm interested in your book and have some questions:

1) I like to be able to re-use example code commercially under the same license as Android itself. Do you have re-useable example code in your book?

2) Do you have example code for using data and files on the /sdcard?

3) What is the highest Android release number supported in your book?

Thanks!

JLMG
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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