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Android phones in the chinese market

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Android phones in the chinese market

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Ever wondered about the future of the Android in China? Well you know what they say about doing like the Romans when in Rome? This may well be one of those times when we should do like the Chinese even when not in China!

With the current craze in Android technology ever since Google employee, Andy Robin, first developed the technology, the entire world has been, and still remains, on its collective toes watching and following the trend.  China, like the Android, may well be in a class by itself in terms of rolling well with the times. Of course till date, whatever goes to the Chinese market is bound to grow exponentially and the Android Phone is no exception.

However, it may seem as though the Chinese situation as regards Androids is slightly different from what we have up West. Indeed according to David Chao, “Nobody is making money on Android software in China… It (the Chinese market) favours the Android ecosystem much more”.

Whether it’s the relatively low price range, the unbelievable features, or the so many applications that it accommodates, the Android technology Smart phones are fast becoming the phone of choice for men, women, and indeed people from all walks of life. In fact, a befitting mantra would be: East or West, whatever cafe, restaurant, office, subway, or other public place you walk into, you may be sure of coming across at least one smart phone owner poking at the screen of the sleek tablet with eyes full of wonder!

There was at a time, a worrying trend referred to as third party Android phone markets which was fast becoming the trend in China.  Third party markets are different from the official Android markets and apparently users may sometimes be unaware that they are using a different market from the original. Of course this has a lot of adverse effects from enabling third parties to repackage and distribute the apps (thus taking all the money for themselves), to enabling third parties to inject their own malware.

Like the true Entrepreneurs they are, the Chinese have their own brand of ‘home-grown’ Droids. The beauty of the Chinese Androids lies in the fact that they are often cheaper than the other more popular models but at the same time, they are just as slick, multi-functional, and versatile. However, Android owners in China may be faced with a little challenge being how to access the internet more freely at will without being denied access due to the restrictions placed on certain sites in the internet. Some have suggested the use of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) in order to bypass the security bans and re-route the location of the user which is all well and good, so long a s one knows how to go about it.

Well in the end, the truth remains that the Chinese market is a fertile ground for the growth of Android and the devices can be often obtained at far cheaper rates.

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20 responses to "Android phones in the chinese market"

  1. Alex says:

    If an android developer were to create a GPS system or a Weather App, how do they get the information fed into the application? Obviously i wouldn’t have my own sattelite or weather station so how do i put information into the application?

  2. yuckybear says:

    For GPS you’d use the Android core libraries, like this class: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/location/LocationManager.html

    For a weather app you’d use some weather API, the most obvious probably being the Google Weather API, but you could really use any one you want. http://blog.programmableweb.com/2010/02/08/googles-secret-weather-api/

  3. SajadGazanchian says:

    Proprietary software to Android Market, which I will lead directly to the market is not available in My phone,How to get it?

  4. BeatsDr.dre says:

    I think you can find anything (games&apps) you want. ALL FOR FREE!

    android.pandaapp.com

    go to the download page and you can find everything you need!

    Hope you like it!

  5. TXgal3221 says:

    I use a GalaxySII android phone and put all my appointments on my phone’s calendar. I updated my first generation iPad to IOS5 last week. This morning, I noticed that all my android phone calendar items are now on my iPad calendar. I do not think I did any ‘sync’ set ups between my phone and iPad (maybe I did something inadvertently). Does anyone know how this sync happened? I don’t mind it, just wondering how it works. Thanks for your help!

  6. vjmaliyil says:

    If you had set up a sync option between your phone and your google calender and your iPad and google calander, that would do the trick. See whether that’s what happened. If you are new to the android world, I would suggest the amazon ebook: 100 Ways you can use your android device.

  7. Anirudh says:

    I have a android 2.3 tablet and i want to use it as a touch screen for my windows 7 PC.I also want that my windows believe that it is a pen\touch input in it. With touch interference like up and down action,etc.

  8. Kuldeep says:

    I think it is not possible as both your pc and your phone runs on different operating system.

    But if you have a wifi connection than you can do it by just installing an app called ‘Team Viewer’. It is available for both windows and android for free (just search on google and android market). Install it on your pc as well as on your android phone and read instructions on how to use it. Then you can control your pc from your android phone.

    Hope this helps.

  9. SabrinααMariє says:

    Hate taking pictures on Android phones you can’t see how you come out.

  10. M3wThr33 says:

    Every Android device on Gingerbread (2.3) or higher, (90% of the market) supports front-facing cameras. Virtually all camera apps have a “Back/Front” button to toggle which camera to use.

    So, yes.

  11. SabrinααMariє says:

    Hate taking pictures on Android phones you can’t see how you come out.

  12. Land says:

    My Android phone has a secondary camera that lets me see pictures that are taken (of my or someone else’s face, based on assumption). Try looking in the settings of your camera before you take a picture.

  13. Iblish says:

    i want to download android apps to my pc from android market for my android device. any possibility? i don’t want to download using my android device.

  14. Aaron says:

    Well, if you want them on your phone, but not downloading via your phone, go to market.android.com and login and download.
    If you want to run on your computer, that’s a bit trickier. You have to download an Android sdk (software developer kit), run it, etc. But that’s really hard.
    Hope I helped!

  15. joh_mp4 says:

    I’m planning to buy an Android phone but my budget limits me to phones with 240×320 resolutions. Now, I’m a bit hesitant to buy such phone because I think that it has the most limited number of apps and games available. Yet, I really want to buy an Android as soon as possible.

  16. Aanshik says:

    The Android Market has more than 3,00,000 apps but rationally thinking, how many of these apps are actually worth a download or are actually gonna be used by you?
    The resolution you specified supports are lot of the useful apps out there and you won’t miss out on anything big.
    so i think you should go ahead with your purchase.

  17. ジョジ(George) says:

    Most Android applications are written in Java, but I will use something else… I have no trouble of making the EXE file but can someone please tell me how to convert it to a file Android can read?

  18. Tizio008 says:

    Android system does not understand PE format. so called windows exe files are in this format (PE stands for Portable Executable but it is not so portable after all!). likely Android executable frmat is ELF, a well-known widely used (among several systems) “codes container”.
    moreover, the code into windows executable files is for x86 processors (or for CLR, not JVM), and Android hardware for sure has no x86 processors and afaik no x86-opcode compatible processor too.

    so basically, it’s nonsense “converting” an exe (specific format, specific system, specific machine code for specific processor, specific library bindings) into “a file Android can ‘read’” (oh, as passive data you can transfer the exe to android as it is, but forget it can run it or even “see” that there’s code inside! just data to it!)

  19. thesoccerchick87 says:

    Obviously, a Droid probably uses the Android OS, but I know that some phones aren’t actually Droids, but use the Android OS. So, what is the difference in what I am going to get with each product. Is either better than the other. I am specifically looking at an LG Optimus S, but didn’t know how this would differ from a Droid.

  20. KatyLoung says:

    Actually there is no different when each one has Android system. Droid is only fror CDMA.

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