To check for internet access on Android, you can use the isReachable() method of the InetAddress class.
To create a JSON object from a string in Java, you can use the org.json library. Here's an example of how to do this:
To create a RecyclerView with multiple view types in Android, you will need to use a RecyclerView.Adapter that supports multiple view types.
To decompile DEX (Dalvik Executable) files into Java source code, you can use a DEX decompiler such as JD-GUI or DEX2JAR.
To get the current location in Android, you can use the LocationManager class and the LocationProvider interface.
To launch an activity from another application in Android, you can use an Intent with the FLAG_ACTIVITY_NEW_TASK flag set.
There are several ways you can pass an object from one activity to another on Android:
To print to the console in Android Studio, you can use the Log class from the android.util package.
To set the selected item of a Spinner by value (not by position) in Android, you can use the setSelection() method of the Spinner class and pass it the index of the item that you want to select.
Yes, there are several ways to run Python on Android: