User Agent String = "Mozilla/5.0 (i Phone; U; CPU like Mac OS X; en) Apple Web Kit/420 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/3.0 Mobile/1A543a Safari/419.3"; wv.
I want to create a WIFI widget that will display the SSID, the RSSI (Signal) level.
I haven't found a single one that updates at the moment.
To resolve this issue, the app had to be moved back to the memory of the phone using these steps: Repeat these steps for any other apps you are experiencing the same issue with. You will have to clear the Home screen data and start fresh.
These steps will reset your icons on the Home screen back to defaults.
But because there were some problems with applications I use daily, I reverted back to my old Android 6.0.1 build. Maybe something with battery optimizations or something?
I don't have to mention to you that widgets that aren't updating are very annoying.
If I tweet a new message immediately after the timeline widget loads in webview (within 20-30 seconds), the twitter timeline widget will automatically update the new twitter feed.
However, if I leave it idle for roughly 40seconds to 1 minute, and then tweet a new message, it'll never get updated anymore. //Testing Twitter Webview string webscript = "[TWITTER GENERATED WIDGET TIMELINE CODE GOES HERE"; Web View wv = new Web View(this); wv.
EXTRA_APPWIDGET_ID, // since it seems the on Update() is only fired on that: int ids = App Widget Instance(get Application()) App Widget Ids(new Component Name(get Application(), My App Widget Provider.class)); Extra(App Widget Manager.
EXTRA_APPWIDGET_IDS, ids); send Broadcast(intent); Context context = this; App Widget Manager app Widget Manager = App Widget Instance(context); Remote Views remote Views = new Remote Views(Package Name(), R.layout.widget_2x1); Component Name this Widget = new Component Name(context, My Widget.class); remote Text View Text(my_text_view, "my Text" System.current Time Millis()); app Widget Manager.update App Widget(this Widget, remote Views); Intent intent = new Intent(this, Dpp Widget.class); Action("android.appwidget.action.
However what is the most efficent way to get the information from my service that will be already running to update periodically on my widget?
Also is there a better approach to updating the the widget rather than using a timer and timertask?
It turns out that this is a feature of Android where widgets are blocked for apps that are installed to the SD card.