Smartphone notifications are pretty useful, there's no denying that. They make it hard to miss an important event, such as an upcoming appointment in one's calendar or the arrival of a new email in their priority inbox. But when abused, notifications can be quite annoying. Android users would surely agree with that – it is a common practice among developers to have their games pushing notifications reminding the user that they have skipped a day without playing or that they're about to miss on an in-app purchase discount. You know, stuff that nobody really cares about. Thankfully, disabling these annoying Android notifications is an easy job, requiring no hacking whatsoever.
Open CV is an open sourced computer vision library. It is a
machine learning software library used for image processing and computer vision
techniques. Open CV has more than 2500 optimized algorithms for Image
Processing. It is mostly used for real time computer vision applications. List of usage. Face
gesture recognition Step by step configuration: ·Create new Android project with C++ support·Select C++ version 11·Download Open CV SDK From https://opencv.org/·From file ->Import new module -> select OpenCV-android-sdk\sdk\java·From project properties >Import as new module·From App View ->Create new jni folder (Name
should be jniLibs)·Copy all folder from OpenCV-android-sdk\sdk\native\jni
and paste into newly created jniLibs
folder·Delete all files except .so file extension.·Change CMakeLists.txt
Here, we are going to simplify the process of adding the
run time permissions using Dexter library. Using this library, the permissions
can be implemented in seconds.
To request a single permission, you can use withPermission()
method by passing the required permission. You also need a PermissionListener
callback to receive the state of the permission.
> onPermissionGranted() will be called once the
permission is granted.
> onPermissionDenied() will be called when the permission
is denied. Here you can check whether the permission is permanently denied by
using response.isPermanentlyDenied() condition.