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Part 2 is all about apps: installing them, uninstalling them, and running them.

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Android’s user interface is easy to use, but what if you need to automate interaction with a device, for example to provision 400 new devices, remotely? Thankfully, Android has a number of useful shell commands that can be scripted using adb, for things like taking and restoring backups, changing system settings, installing, starting and removing apps, enabling and disabling wifi or cell data, accessing databases, and more...

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Ten Years and Counting

Dec 03, 2014

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Ten years ago, the co-founder of SDG Systems, Todd Blumer, began working on SDG's first full-time project. This post gives some of SDG's history and tracks the company's development over the next ten years.

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Category: Products

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Bluebird products are often labeled differently, depending on when they were made and who sells them. This article details the different methods you can use to determine if your handheld device is, in fact, made by Bluebird.

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SDG Systems has developed the Enterprise Platform Extensions for Barcode Scanning (EPX-B) on Android to address the need for flexible, full-featured barcode scanning software. In this article, we discuss how EPX-B meets this need for both hardware vendors and application developers.

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Samsung KNOX is designed to add both security and functionality features to Android. In this article, I will introduce Samsung KNOX, and describe the different functional areas of enhancements.

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We conclude our series on integrating Android Studio with NDK projects with an example of wrapping the NDK process in an asynchronous task and pushing complex Java result objects back up to an Android Client using Messenger and Binder.

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Our Android Studio / NDK series continues with details on how to create a Gradle-oriented NDK project that references statically compiled native libraries, a feature currently unsupported by the current Gradle plugin.

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Integrating an Android NDK library into an Android Studio application is under-documented and can lead to difficulty with complex build rules or JNI integration. One of our lead developers begins a series laying out one approach to adding an NDK module to an Android Studio application utilizing statically compiled libraries, custom data transfer objects and asynchronous processes. This first article focuses on a basic NDK example, laying the groundwork for Gradle integration and including your NDK module as a sub project.

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