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How to get Video/Audio File icon?

 
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Hi all,

I want to retrieve all the Video and Audio files present on the sdcard and display them in GridView along with their Name and Icon.

But m not getting how to get icon of the file???
Can Anybody Please Please help me out ...........
 
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Hi Prajakti,

Prajkti Khadse wrote: I want to retrieve all the Video and Audio files present on the sdcard and display them in GridView along with their Name and Icon.


Can you please make it more clearer? I have several questions base on it.

1. Are you storing Audio/Video only or storing images also inside SDcard??
2. Do you want to display them in their default icons?? (As FileSystemView works in Java).
3. Do you want to display them like Windows file system displays in Thumbnail preview?

We can have more idea if we can come to know how android itself display those Audio/Video files on SD card.

Thanks & Regards
Pratik Goswami.
 
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Thanks for Quick Reply,

Actually i want to display files with their default icons only............???

Do you have any clue??
And yes i m storing Images and Audio as well as Video files in sdcard..
 
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Hi,

If I am not making any misunderstanding, you want to display their default icons like FileSystemView in Java (My 2nd question).
AFAIK there is no way to display file system view/icon in android. You can display user defined icons with particular file type.
Please have a look at this URL
In this URL all files are filtered according to type, if you want to display it inside a list then you have to change your logic.


Thanks & Regards
Pratik
 
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Thanks Pratik,

I already referred the tutorial Android FileBrowser v.2.0 (Iconified-List-Based).

But i thought of displaying the actual icons....which obviously i can't..

Anyways...

Thanks again...
 
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Hi Prajakti,

How android device actually stores/displays these video/audio files from SD card? If OS is displaying default icons then it can be possible to do within our code too.

Thanks & Regards
Pratik Gosawmi
 
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Actually,
Android doesn't display any icons for the files...

For Pictures, it displays Thumbnails and for Audios it Just Displays File Name and Duration
Video files, m not able to see on emulator.....
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