How to Build an Android App Part 2: Writing a Root App – XDA TV
XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler returns to give us Part Two of building an Android App. In this segment, Adam covers several topics to get you started developing a root-enabled app.
This video is part-instructional with step-by-step coverage, and part-informational with theory-of-operation being covered. This video is intended for use by n00bs to get them up to speed, Java developers who have never worked with Android, and those who are interested in learning to make a “root app.”
Making an Android button functional
Creating a method
Reusing/adapting a Java class in an android application
Using root functionality in an android to break the sandbox
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