Join Michael Lehman for an in-depth discussion in this video Testing Basic4android on an Android device, part of Learning Simple Android Development Tools.
…When you're using Basic for Android, there's two…ways that you can connect up to your device.…You can connect up via WiFi or Bluetooth, or…you can connect up with a hardwired USB cable.…So, we're going to show you how to connect up with a hardwired USB…cable since that's the most reliable and the quickest way to do debugging.…So you simply plug your USB cable in to your computer.…Assuming the other end's connected up to your Android device.…Give it a moment to make sure that it's all settled in there.…Make sure your device is unlocked.…Then come up to the Tools menu, make sure that you're done a Restart ADB…server and make sure you do a Restart ADB Server if you've been using the emulator.…
And then come up to the Tools menu and select Clean Project.…And then click on the run button here.…It…will install the file to your device.…And if this is the first time that you've used this device with this computer, you…may get a dialog box asking you whether or not you want to trust this computer.…Assuming you want to do that and actually use this device with the…
- Understanding the elements of an Android app, such as controls, sensors, effectors, and storage
- Exploring MIT App Inventor 2
- Getting started with Basic4android
- Building simple apps
- Testing apps on Android emulators and devices
- Sharing apps
- Creating hybrid apps with Appy Pie, Make Me Droid, and AppMakr
Skill Level Beginner
1. Overview of Android Development
2. MIT App Inventor 2
4. Web-App-Creation Tools
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