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How to Run your Android Eclipse App on your Phone (USB Drivers and Settings)
 
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Samsung USB Driver DL - http://developer.samsung.com/android/tools-sdks/Samsung-Andorid-USB-Driver-for-Windows LG USB Driver DL - http://lgforum.com/resources Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. Tutorial for How To Download and Run Android Eclipse - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcTKpKonO5g Tutorial for Building an Android App from Scratch - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1HpEzxYHxE My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
Views: 56979 mikeyaworski
How to Make Screen Scrollable in Android
 
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Leave a like if this helped! Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com
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How to Download Android Eclipse and Run It
 
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If your Android Eclipse runs without errors right after the download, stop watching at 1:27 If you have a JDK downloaded, but receive an error (most will), skip the part between 1:27 and 2:38 You can stop watching at 4:02, unless you're interested in another way to possibly fix the error. If you receive another error after the first one, saying it "Failed to load the JNI shared library", skip to 4:49 Link to a page on my website giving step-by-step instructions on how to download and run Android Studio and/or Android Eclipse: http://code.mikeyaworski.com/android/how_to_download_android_eclipse Android Eclipse Download Link - http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html ***Android has discontinued the development for the ADT Plugin for Eclipse. The link above no longer takes you to the download page that it did in the video. Instead, it takes you to a download page for Android Studio. Just download that instead.*** Or, if you really want the ADT Plugin, you can visit this page on how to do it: http://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/installing-adt.html And if you really want the zip file that I downloaded, here is the direct link to the file on their web server: 64-bit: https://dl.google.com/android/adt/adt-bundle-windows-x86_64-20140702.zip 32-bit: https://dl.google.com/android/adt/adt-bundle-windows-x86-20140702.zip JDK DL Links: http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp OR http://oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. Tutorial for Building an Android App from Scratch - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1HpEzxYHxE Tutorial for Running your Android Eclipse App on your Phone - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee1vyUY8J7E Error Messages: A Java Runtime Environment (JRE) or Java Development Kit (JDK) must be available in order to run Eclipse. No Java virtual machine was found after searching the following locations: C:\Path_To_adt-bundle_package\eclipse\jre\bin\javaw.exe javaw.exe in your current PATH Failed to load the JNI shared library "C:\Path_To_Java_Folder\Java\jre_version\bin\client\jvm.dll". My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Android Eclipse Tutorial #1 - Building an App From Scratch
 
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In this video, I show you how to create a basic Android app from the very bottom. Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. **READ THIS BEFORE POSTING A COMMENT**: Here is a link to all of the code that I wrote (compare yours to mine): http://code.mikeyaworski.com/sample_code/building_an_android_app_from_scratch.html If you're having a problem with your code/app, go to this website: http://pastie.org and paste your code in the box. Select Java as the language in the top right, and then select Create Paste. Copy the URL (link) it brings you to, then comment on this video with a description of the problem and also paste the link you copied. ALSO, please WATCH THE VIDEO AGAIN to make sure the code you have is correct. People that show me code which is obviously not the code that I wrote because they MISSPELL words are annoying. If you're trying to do what I'm doing in the video and you've made sure that the code is the same, then please comment. I can help with additional problems to the code I've already showed. Also, please read the error messages that occur and try to solve them yourself. Usually they give you a clear explanation of the problem. 0:00 starting it all up 2:30 building your layout 6:34 starting to code the basic stuff 9:48 creating the button listener 11:14 getting the user input 12:07 displaying text to the screen (on the label) 12:43 running the app for the first time 13:50 creating a new class for the calculations and creating a static method for it 16:03 using the class created to do the calculations 16:43 using the constructor method and a non-static method in the class created to do the calculations 18:50 creating an instance of the class and using the non-static method to do the calculations 19:50 running the app using the class created to do the calculations This sample app uses user input and does calculations with that user input. A button listener detects when a button is clicked, and then the calculated results are displayed to the screen. I also show you how to use static methods, non-static methods, and separate classes to perform sample calculations. Tutorial on How to Prevent Android App From Crashing Due to Invalid Input: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SpnN-5TWsc4 Tutorial for How To Download and Run Android Eclipse - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcTKpKonO5g Tutorial for Running your Android Eclipse App on your Phone - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee1vyUY8J7E My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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How To Port Forward
 
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Default Router Login Info: http://www.routerpasswords.com/ http://portforward.com/default_username_password/ http://www.answersthatwork.com/Download_Area/ATW_Library/Networking/Network__4-List_of_default_Router_Admin_Passwords_and_IP_addresses.pdf PortForward: http://portforward.com Download PortChecker: http://portforward.com/software/download-instructions/network-utilities/ Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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How to Upload an Android App to the Google Play Marketplace (Android Studio and Android Eclipse)
 
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0:00 - General information 1:14 - Find/Change package name (Android Studio) 3:38 - Find/Change version code and version name (Android Studio) 3:54 - Generating signed APK (Android Studio) 7:18 - Starting Eclipse 7:43 - How to find/change package name, version code and version name (Android Eclipse) 8:45 - Generating signed APK (Android Eclipse) 10:29 - Creating Google Play Developer Account 11:06 - Adding Application in Developer Console 12:51 - Backing up your Android development files Create Developer Account: https://play.google.com/apps/publish/signup/ Developer Console: https://play.google.com/apps/publish Debug keystore info: keystore password: android key name: androiddebugkey key password: android How to generate a signed APK to upload to Google Play. How to export a signed APK via Android Studio and Android Eclipse. How to publish an Android App to Google Play. Without manually signing the APK yourself. Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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How to Prevent Android App From Crashing Due to Invalid Input
 
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0:00 Talking about the video topic 1:09 Creating the if-statement to prevent invalid input from being parsed 2:33 Using the if-statement with the actual code 5:00 Talking about the general try-catch block and how it's used 7:50 Using the try-catch block with the actual code In this video, I show you how to use a try-catch block to prevent your app from crashing due to non-numerical input, as well as how to do the same thing with a simple if-statement. Tutorial on Building an Android App from Scratch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1HpEzxYHxE My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
Views: 3388 mikeyaworski
Math and Logic Puzzles #2 - Picking Your Turn in Russian Roulette
 
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Probabilities: First turn: 1/6 shoot bullet * 6/6 take turn = 1/6 end up killing yourself Second turn: 1/5 shoot bullet * 5/6 take turn = 1/6 end up killing yourself Third turn: 1/4 shoot bullet * 4/6 take turn = 1/6 end up killing yourself Fourth turn: 1/3 shoot bullet * 3/6 take turn = 1/6 end up killing yourself Fifth turn: 1/2 shoot bullet * 2/6 take turn = 1/6 end up killing yourself Sixth turn: 1/6 shoot bullet * 1/6 take turn = 1/6 end up killing yourself Here is the first situation: you and five friends are playing Russian Roulette, which is a game where you take a 6 chamber revolver with a bullet in only one of the 6 chambers, and take turns shooting yourselves in the head with it. You don't spin the cylinder after every turn; you only spin it once at the beginning. And you get to pick your turn. The question is: which turn should you pick? Some people say the first turn, because for the first turn there is a only 1/6 chance that the bullet is in the chamber, and the later and later the turns get, the higher and higher probability that the bullet is in the chamber. Eventually, at the 6th turn, there is a 100% chance that the bullet is in the chamber because that is the last chamber left for the bullet to be in if no one else shot the bullet. The true answer is that it doesn't matter which turn you pick because all of them have the same probability that you will end up shooting yourself with the bullet. It's true that the first turn is least likely to have the bullet in the chamber, but that's only one variable to think of. There is also the probability of even getting a chance to shoot the revolver because the people in the turns before you could shoot the bullet first. Let's take first turn for example: you have a 1/6 chance of shooting the bullet, but you have a 6/6 chance of taking your turn. If you multiply 1/6 by 6/6, you get 1/6, which is the total probability that you will end up shooting yourself with the bullet on this turn. Now the second turn, you have a 1/5 chance of shooting the bullet, but you only have a 5/6 chance of taking your turn because there was 1 person before you that could have shot himself with the bullet, so take 1 away from 6/6. If you multiply 1/5 by 5/6, you get 1/6, which is the total probability that you will end up shooting yourself with the bullet on this turn as well. That pattern continues all the way down to the sixth turn, where you have a 1/1 chance of shooting the bullet, but only a 1/6 chance of taking your turn because there were 5 people before you that could have shot themselves with the bullet. Just like the first turn, multiply the 1/1 chance of shooting the bullet by the 1/6 chance of taking your turn and that gives you a 1/6 chance you will end up shooting yourself with the bullet on this turn. So in the end, all turns have the same probability that you will end up shooting yourself with the bullet, because as the chance of shooting the bullet increases, the chance of taking your turn proportionally decreases. Here is the second situation: the game is the same except that after each turn, you spin the cylinder. Now does it matter which turn you take? Yes, the latest turn you can take is the best for you. This is because each turn has a 1/6 chance of shooting the bullet, but the later your turn is, the less likely it is that you'll have to take your turn, because the people ahead of you might have already shot the bullet. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Android - How to Change the Layout
 
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Skip to 1:13 to start the tutorial. Skip to 3:06 to get the one line of code I actually use to change the layout. The line of code to change the layout is the following: setContentView(R.layout.yourLayoutName); How to create a new Activity in Android: Coming Soon. Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Increase the Length of an Essay without Adding Content (SUPER EASY)
 
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Summary: replace characters like periods, commas, etc. with a larger font size. It's unnoticeable and effective. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Android - How to Use Multiple Activities
 
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Simple code to do it: startActivity(new Intent(CurrentActivityName.this, NewActivityName.class)); Is anyone looking to start a website? You need web hosting and domain registration. Each cost money. I'm with DreamHost and I honestly love them as a hosting company. If you start a website, go to DreamHost (http://dreamhost.com) and use my promo code "MIKEYAWORSKI1" to get free domain registration! That's one fee off the list, now all you need to do is pay for the web hosting. At DreamHost, it's cheap for what you get ($8.95/month). It's one of the best deals out there. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Error in custom action. The library \.TMP\WiseCustomCalla.dll is invalid or could not be found.
 
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EASY FIX (Camtasia). Error message (while installing Camtasia): "Error in custom action. The library C:\Windows\DB93E2C2851F44B2B09C351D2C624AE1.TMP\WiseCustomCalla.dll is invalid or could not be found." My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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How to Make a Method Work with Multiple Data Types for the Parameters in Java (Overloading Methods)
 
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My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Android - How to use Strings from Strings.xml
 
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String Resources | Android Developers: http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/resources/string-resource.html My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Windows Command Prompt Tutorial
 
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I forgot to mention that if you are referencing a file or directory with spaces in the name, simply quote the entire reference. Ex: move "Sample 1.txt" "Sample 2 Directory" Commands talked about: cd.. cd rd md del copy move dir up/down arrow keys My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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How To Disable Things from Loading When You Start Up Your Computer (Windows)
 
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Math and Logic Puzzles #1 - Where Did The Dollar Go?
 
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You want to buy a shirt that costs $97. To buy the shirt, you borrow $50 from your mom and $50 from your dad. You now have $100. You buy the shirt and get $3 in change. You give $1 to your mom, $1 to your dad, and you keep the last $1 for yourself. Now you owe your mom $49 and your dad $49. $49 + $49 + $1 (the dollar you kept) = $99. Where did the last dollar go? --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There is no missing dollar. First of all, don't consider how in debt he is of his parents. Think of it like this: the store has $97, and they each have $1 at the end. Done. No debt calculation needed. Now like this: you took $100 and now you need to pay back $100. You give $1 to each parent. Now you have $98 to give back. You owe $49 to each so $49*2 = $98. Bam. You owed $100 and you paid them back $2 and now you owe $98. The $49*2 + $1 math is wrong. For example, if you had not given you parents any change back (you had kept the $3), then you would owe your parents $50 each. Would you say $50 * 2 + $3 = $103? No, because that makes no sense. To you parents, you took $98 to spend (shirt for $97 and $1 for yourself). What you do with the $1 is irrelevant and so is the fact that you have it; its all about what you owe if we're calculating it like this. Ok now $98 to spend out of $100 and you give them the change ($2). So you owe $98 at this point (not $100). Now you owe $49 to each. $49 * 2 = 98. Or, $98 / 2 = $49 each. Boom. Done. If you add what you owe and what you paid towards what you owe, its ($49 * 2 + $1 * 2 = $100), where the $100 is what you owed at the start. Boom. Done again. The general equation would be: initial money owed = current money owed + money paid towards initial money owed. In conclusion, the problem is their math is $49 * 2 + $1 because the $1 is irrelevant. It's supposed to be $49 * 2 = $98 where $98 is what you owe and what you spent. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Welcome! (What to Expect From Me) - Subscriber Trailer
 
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My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Android - How to Change EditText to Classic Textbox
 
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Read me for copy-and-paste code: Copy these properties into each of your EditText XML properties: android:background="@android:drawable/edit_text" android:textColor="@android:color/primary_text_light" Obviously the textColor property is just so that the text colour changes to black, instead of being white (can't be seen in classic textbox). Here is a link to all the code: http://code.mikeyaworski.com/sample_code/classic_edittext My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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Calculus Techniques: The Power Rule - Finding Derivatives (w/ Examples)
 
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Calculus Techniques: The Quotient Rule - Finding Derivatives (w/ Examples)
 
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In this video, I teach you how to use the quotient rule to find the derivative of a function. The derivative function will give you the slope of the tangent at a given point on the function, AKA the instantaneous rate of change at a given point on the function. I show you how to find that as well. My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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How To Change Your NAT from Moderate to Open (In Minutes) - No Port Forwarding
 
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My website: http://mikeyaworski.com http://code.mikeyaworski.com http://math.mikeyaworski.com My contact information and social media: http://mikeyaworski.com/contact
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