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What are the features of Android?1 1660
Why to use Android?1 1108
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DB updation when app new version comes ?
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What is the methods for unzip file in AFNetworking
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What’s Canonical’s role in OpenStack?
what is preferences
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Explain AndroidManifest.xmlfile in detail.
Describe the SmsManager class in android.
what is the procedure of using D2MS server in cloud messaging in android