|Android Density category:||mdpi (medium)|
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Cius supports Android 2.2 (Froyo), which includes several nice mechanisms for dealing with varying screen sizes. In particular be sure to include resources for the medium density (mdpi), and be sure to update
<uses-sdk android:minSdkVersion="3" android:targetSdkVersion="8" />
See the Google Android docs for more details: http://developer.android.com/guide/practices/screens_support.html
Is there an NDK available for the Cisco Cius?
A Cius Compatible Intel Architecture (IA) NDK is now available here.
The Intel Architecture NDK has the same basic functionality as the standard Android NDK, and the same process is used for building apps.
A great place to start is with the standard NDK "Getting Started" instructions, available here.
The only special requirement for building apps with the IA NDK is that you need to specify the x86 architecture and a target platform specific to Froyo. This can be acomplished by adding two additional parameters to the ndk-build command which is used to build NDK based projects. Here is an example.
ndk-build TARGET_ARCH_ABI=x86 TARGET_PLATFORM=android-8
How do I find the MAC address of my Cisco Cius device?
You can find the MAC address of your Cius by going to the Settings Menu, then choose Wireless and Networks, then choose Ethernet settings. You should see the MAC address displayed.
I want to use ADB with my Cius device. How do install the Windows USB drivers?
Download (login required) the Cius USB Driver Installation instructions.
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