Hard to get images scaled correctly for your application? Are your images too large and causing memory problems? Or are they scaled incorrectly with a poor user experience as a result? To find a good solution for this, we asked Andreas Agvard from the Sony Ericsson software department to help shed some light on this topic.
We are happy to announce that a firmware update for LiveView™ micro display is now available, as well as an updated version of LiveView™ application. The updated LiveView™ application is available on Android Market, and the firmware update of LiveView™ micro display is done using the Sony Ericsson Update Service software. Visit the Sony Ericsson Support pages for more information and guidance on how to update your LiveView™ micro display.
I know many you have been waiting for this, and now it is here, the new SDK and developer tutorial for the LiveView™ micro display. With this SDK you can create LiveView micro display plug-ins to work as plug-ins of already existing applications, or as standalone applications, both with the purpose to feed information to the LiveView micro display.
I hope no one has missed the latest product announcement from Sony Ericsson, the LiveView™ micro display for Android phones. Basically it’s a micro display with remote control functionality, enabling you to get notifications from your phone or to control certain functionality in your phone. For example, this way you don’t have to take out your phone every time you want to change the track in the music player, or to read the latest a text message. Interested in making your Android™ application work with LiveView™? On the Developer World web site, we will soon publish an SDK and a tutorial, so that you can start developing LiveView-plugins to your Android™ application. Read more about LiveView™ on Sony Ericsson Developer World.