New, very very new and very very confused


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  1. mtwaha

    mtwaha Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi all, im TW.

    I'm interning at this research facility, and to cut a long story short, I've gotta develop an app on android. But I am soooo confused!!

    I have some idea behind Java, and have Android, NetBeans n Java installed, but I've no idea how to get started.

    Can anyone help me out?

    Thanks.
     

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  2. Paterick

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    I would start at the android developer site and follow some tutorials:
    The Developer's Guide | Android Developers

    This will at least show you how to get the development environment setup and how to do a hello world type app that you can get on your phone. I am about to start developing apps too. Can anyone suggest a good book on developing android apps?
     
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    On behalf of the Android Forums team, I'd like to warmly welcome you!
     
  4. G.Armour

    G.Armour You know you want to. VIP Member

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    Welcome! Hope you find what your looking for..
     
  5. Dr. Shady PhD

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    Can't help you but welcome.
     
  6. mtwaha

    mtwaha Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for the help.

    What I want is that, during a call, I want access to the incoming voice stream. I've searched here and there, but am getting conflicting opinions.

    Some say that android SDK doesn't allow you to do that.

    Whereas there are apps, like spoofApp, that edit the incoming voice stream during a call by changing its pitch n all (not that I wanna do that :-D )

    So, my question is : Are there existing android APIs that will allow me to edit the incoming voice stream?

    Also, during audio recording, there's this function "read (.....)" that basically transfers audio data into the buffer. Is there a way I can use the data in the buffer, while its being recorded, or do I have to wait for the entire recording to finish before being able to work on the captured audio?

    Thanks,

    T.W.
     

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