It's the matter of return value from
PackageManager.getInstallerPackageName() method. If it's not null then
the button is shown.
So next question is: how to set up this value. Android Market setup it
somehow, but I can get the Android Market source (it's not open
sourced, isn't it?).
Any ideas? According to "all apps are equal" statement, it must be a
way to do that.
On 31 Maj, 18:10, Krzysztof Wolny <k.wo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh, You can find this CrashApp herehttp://www.androlib.com/android.application.com-jaceks-crashapp-xmjz....
> or via Android Market (com.jaceks.crashapp)
> On 31 Maj, 18:06, Krzysztof Wolny <k.wo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi
> > I have some doubts about this feature (Android Application Error
> > Reports), described herehttp://android-developers.blogspot.com/2010/05/google-feedback-for-an...
> > I have a Nexus One from ADL 2010, with 2.1-update1 firmware. When a
> > Launcher2 crashes I can send a report about this bug. But how? It's a
> > OS feature or app feature? I downloaded a CrashApp from market (by
> > Jacek Surazski, author of above post on dev blog), and when this app
> > crashed I also can see a "Report" button. I wrote a small app that
> > crashes and there is no "Report" button, so I concluded that it's an
> > app feature. But how to enabled it?
> > I wrote to Jacek Surazski with those questions but he didn't respond.
> > Any ideas?
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