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Android smartphone - V20 (spring 20)

May 8, 2012 4:46 AM

Tags: #android #smartphone #phone

Hi All

 

Does the v20 allows to create a viewer app also for Android Smartphone ? Or is this only for Iphone

 

If so Does Adobe planned to enable it in the comings updates?

 

Minia

 
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    May 8, 2012 6:48 AM   in reply to minia92

    Currently you can target devices which have screen size/Screen Layouts identified as "Large" and "Extra Large" by Android OS. I've seen it working on Smartphones with large screens like Samsung Galaxy Note and some Large Screen HTC devices so ideally it should workk on all smartphones with screensize identifed as "Large".

     
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    May 8, 2012 7:32 AM   in reply to Himanshu Singh

    Himanshu,

     

    We've been using the Adobe Content Viewer on smaller Android phones like the Droid-X since the Android viewer became available around this time last year.  Whey are we not able to create custom viewer apps that can be downloaded on the smaller screen sizes?  When will smaller Android devices be supported?

     

    Andrew

     
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    May 8, 2012 7:38 AM   in reply to Andrew Smith

    Andrew, I'm not very sure when, however it's in the pipeline. Any screen identified as large or extra large is supported thus probably all devices which have screens near about 4 inches would be supported. If your folios work fine in Content viewer on the Android phone, most likely the App will work, if you have a DPS professional or Enterprise account, you can make a customised build (apk file) and test it on the device, if it works then it should work fine when downloaded from Android Market.

     
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