Using the source code of your Android App

The source code of your Android App is the source code which used by our system in order to compile your APK app file. If you decide to use the source code, you can change and add features to your App, compile it under your own PC and actually do whatever you want with it - this is your own App!

This guide will show you how to use, re-compile and run the source code of your App in the simulator of the Android Studio under your PC.

Requirements:
  1. Android Studio for Windows, MAC or Linux.



Open your App with Android Studio:
  1. Download the Android Studio.


  2. Install the Android Studio on your local machine.

  3. Open the Android Studio.

  4. Open the source code of your App by clicking on File->Open menu, then redirect to the directory of the source code of your App.


  5. The Android Studio will open your App, the Android Studio will build your App. This operation may take some time (up to 1 minute).


  6. That's it, your source code of your Android App is now opened in the Android Studio. You can now change, add features, re-compile and actually do whatever you want with the source code of your App!



Run your App in the simulator of the Android Studio:
  1. Click on the Tools->AVD Manager the menu of the Android Studio.


  2. Click on the 'Create Virtual Device' button in the Android Virtual Device Manager window.


  3. Select the virtual device type you wish to run.


  4. Select the API version you wish to run.


  5. Set the Virtual Device properties.


  6. The Virtual Device will be added to the list of the AVD.

  7. Click on Run.


  8. The simulator of the Android Studio will run now.


  9. Now you can click on 'Run' on the main tool box of the Android Studio.


  10. Your Android App should run in the simulator you have created in the previus stages. This example uses the Qrcode.Plus webapp which allows you to create a smart Qrcode lables.




The source code of the App (for Android and iOS) is released under the a MIT license. In generally, in order to use the source code for your needs, just add to your documentation / distribution the credit:

Copyright (c) WebIntoApp.com



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