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If you removed the micro SD card from a device (any device) while it was still in use, this can cause filesystem corruption. This can often be repaired by connecting it to a card reader on your PC and using a disk scanning tool (e.g. ScanDisk on Windows).


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Yes it's possible to run JSP on Android. You can then display the resulting html page using a web browser or with a wrapper app written with WebView. It is also possible to connect to database from Android. SQLite is included in the standard library, and there's also a port of libpsql for android.


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You could run JSP pages and connect with the database in your android phone using your mobile browser as long as your server for JSP pages is running. example url is "ipofserver:serverport/nameofproject(192.168.0.250:8080/SamplePages)".


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As far as I can tell, this can't be done. JSP is a server technology that is dependent on several components to work properly and I don't believe this can be accomplished on an Android phone. JSP and the other components it needs to run were all designed to run on computers rather than phones and their dependencies would be difficult if not near impossible ...


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Change the sdk directory path from eclipse settings to the root of your sdk path. Also, chmod the files to executables


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I hope you're searching for this Following is the code snippet for handling xml operations. I am using xml parser class so far we built and looping through each xml element and getting the child data. // All static variables static final String URL = "http://api.androidhive.info/pizza/?format=xml"; // XML node keys static final String KEY_ITEM = "item"; // ...



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