This article covers some of the Android SDK tools for dealing with tricky situations. To develop Android applications, you will need the latest Android SDK which requires a Java Development Kit (JDK). Here used is Android 2.2 and JDK 1.6.0_17 (see Resources for links to these tools). It is not required that you have a physical device; all of the code in this article will run fine on the Android emulator that comes with the SDK. You should be familiar with Android programming as this article will not cover basic Android development, but you can probably follow along if you have knowledge of the Java programming language.
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