Does anyone know if they will announce support for the nexus 7 tues?
Thinking about buying one but have not seen much info. about dps and nexus 7.
Is there a list out of all the new feature or will we have to just wait til tues.
The Adobe Content Viewer will work on the Nexus 7 in v22, I played with it yesterday. Note that given how new the Nexus 7 (and underlying OS) is there may be some bugs that we couldn't chase down before closing on the v22 release.
I'm trying again now creating a new app from scratch with the Viewer Builder, and not updating the app to manage v22 folios. I guess that I missed the difference . I tought that Viewer Builder would update also the runtime. I'm waiting for the feedback of my testers... I don't have a Nexus 7.
Thx for the feedback
Did you get any further, Michael? I don't get my custom viewer app to run on Nexus as well, and I tried some different steps like:
1. rebuilding the android app from the scratch (not updating/managing an old one)
2. Activating strict resolutions of 1280x800 and 1024x600 for android devices (the new checkbox)
3. deactivating features like transparent scroll-areas and Bookmarks
None of this helped. Neither the APK in Google Play not newly created v22 APKs seem to work on Nexus 7. They just crash.
Another thread we are talking about this issue is here: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4669710#4669710
Thanks in advance,
Yes. The DPS team published a hot fix last week.
Download and install the new Viewer Builder on adobe.com
Then create a new custom viewer from scratch, and it will work. I didn't have to change my folios.
We did not release a new Adobe Content Viewer for the Nexus 7 to the Google Play marketplace. We did, however, release a hotfix for Viewer Builder that resolves the Nexus 7 issue. Professional and Enterprise customers can build a custom Adobe Content Viewer using the updated Viewer Builder.
I just started my content viewer on the nexus 7 and it seems to work (downloading an issue at the moment).
I was btw able to build a custom viewer app with a hint by Bob Bringhurst: delete viewer builder and reinstall it, before building a new android app from the scratch.