ausmented (1) [Avatar] Offline
#1
If this has already been conveyed then please ignore:
Page,Section,Paragraph
23,1.3.1,1
Its job is it to actually run a Java program….
- should be:
It’s job is to actually….. or It’s job it is to actually…

23,1.3.2,1
Android is based off of Apache Harmony
- should be:
Android is based on apache Harmony

26,1.4.1,3
The NDK is an add-on to the SDK and works in conjunction to it
- should be:
The NDK is an add-on to the SDK and works in conjunction with it

26,1.4.1,4
You can debug your code directly on one of the many Android devices available, or on one a device emulator that can be created and managed using the SDK tools.
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You can debug your code directly on one of the many Android devices available, or on a device emulator that can be created and managed using the SDK tools.

26,1.4.2,1
This tells you how much of your Java programming knowledge that will you be able to re-use.
- should be:
This tells you how much of your Java programming knowledge you will be able to re-use.

36,1.4.3,11
Depending on what your application does, these can make testing with emulator much more realistic and valuable, greatly reducing your development time.
- should be:
Depending on what your application does, these can make testing with the emulator much more realistic and valuable, greatly reducing your development time.

38,1.4.4,3
If you chose ‘Debug As’ then you ADT will also launch the Eclipse debugger and attach it to the Dalvik VM (via the adb tool) on the emulator (or device) that is running your application.
- should be:
If you chose ‘Debug As’ then the ADT will also launch the Eclipse debugger and attach it to the Dalvik VM (via the adb tool) on the emulator (or device) that is running your application.

38,1.4.4,3
They key to this is that the Dalvik VM looks just like any other Java VM to the debugger, so there is nothing special that the Eclipse debugger has to do.
- should be:
The key to this is that the Dalvik VM looks just like any other Java VM to the debugger, so there is nothing special that the Eclipse debugger has to do.
charlie.collins (125) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Chapter 1 errata
Thanks!

About half of these hadn't been caught by us yet. I just addressed all the things on this list, we appreciate the help.
solveigbj (24) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Chapter 1 errata
You missed two:
Page 10, 2nd last paragraph:
manufacturers and carriers can customize it *they* way they want to.

should be:
manufacturers and carriers can customize it *the* way they want to.

Page 17, 1.2.4, 1. line: Missing *of*:
file for the design and arrangement *of* visual elements on the screen.

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charlie.collins (125) [Avatar] Offline
#4
Re: Chapter 1 errata
No, I didn't miss them.

They aren't in the latest MEAP yet, but these fixes are in the source chapters.

thanks