will be helpful for those in need As "Leon Lu -MSFT" mentioned System.Security.Cryptography isn't prepared tu work on every mobile platform. There is the need of using another library like PCLCrypto Library.
it should still fix some issue Yes, psychcio, if you develop an app for android 1.5, this will run on android 2.2 or 2.3. Choosing a higher version platform depends on you want to use (or you need to) some new api, that doesn't exist on previous ones. In my experience, I used to develop for the minimum android version.
How can my C native program detect if it's running in Android platform
hop of those help? I am coding some C app on my Linux laptop, but at office, will occasionally port it to an android platform using ndk-build. Every time I switch platforms, I need to change a bunch of paths specific to either my laptop or the android platform. So I currently set it up something like: , Put something like this in your Android.mk
LOCAL_CFLAGS := -DANDROID
android program freezes/glitches for half second every 6-8 seconds
hope this fix your issue As you already know that it is a bad behaviour to do new objects in the onDraw() method, and in this code you even call new objects in a loop! So GC will drag you slow from time to time. To avoid this, you would create a "point poll" out side the onDraw() method, and create/cache the instances as long as you need them.
Android-sdk: no folder named "Platform-tools" in Program Files(x86)/Android/android-sdk/