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Using the goo.gl URL shortener: http://goo.gl/a4Wv and adding a .qr to the end of it: http://goo.gl/a4Wv.qr
You can do this from the Browser itself using "QR Droid". Search for it and install it. After that: In the Browser, long-click the image and select "Save image" After downloaded, open image from notification bar Select Menu > Share > "Decode with QR Droid"
Here's an app that reads and decodes qr codes from a file... Also, you can bookmark this web based reader: http://zxing.org/w/decode.jspx then when you come across a qr code, long click on it and copy the image url, then paste it into this page.
The Google Charts API is definitely the easiest. You just make a URL as follows: http://chart.apis.google.com/chart?chs=150x150&cht=qr&chl=<content>&choe=UTF-8 Content is usually a link, for example, this is a link to this site: ...
Now you can use bit.ly to create a qr code by adding ".qrcode" to the end of a bit.ly link. For example: Turn this... http://bit.ly/9uRsMT into this... http://bit.ly/9uRsMT.qrcode and you get this...
Here is QR Droid Private. It does not access your contact information. Usually the reason they want contact access is because you can store contact information in a QR code. So when scanned, it sees that it is a contact and adds it to your contacts. without access to your contacts, it would not be able to do this. Another reason is that some of the apps ...
You can also make ASCII QR codes (mainly for websites like Reddit): http://asciiqr.com/
Use the popular Barcode Scanner App, it gives you a "share via barcode" option in the "share" menu when viewing a contact.
I have installed the application "Barcode Scanner" from here https://market.android.com/details?id=com.google.zxing.client.android To install an application, I open the "Barcode Scanner" application and hold the phone up to the barcode. It scans and decodes it automatically and then gives me the option to "open brower". I click on that and it eventually ...
The QR codes are not provided on the play store. You can create the QR code yourself by pasting the url to the app in a generator like goqr.me.
Try Barcodescanner Keyboard. Soft-keyboard with integrated camera bar-code scanner lets you scan wherever you can type (free demo). This soft-keyboard scans and enters barcodes directly into input fields of arbitrary apps, batch scanning mode is supported. It reduces manual typing and eliminates copy and paste. A special key invokes the built-in or an ...
The solution for your issue can be found on the app's help page. As I already guessed, you need to install a barcode reader app. But not just "any", ist has to be a specific one. And moreover, even my guess for ZXing Reader was absolutely correct – if you take a closer look at the screenshot taken from that place: Screenshot from the Google Authenticator ...
QR codes have limitations on the amount of data that can be stored within them. If you are hitting these limitations then you may need to find workarounds such as making the QR code text a hyperlink to the long text you wish to display. For more information on the limitations of QR codes, see the "Storage" section of the Wikipedia article and its citations. ...
KAYWA easy as adding a link and click generate. Can generate for sms, text or phone numbers.
As Sachin correctly states: If you want to immediately execute any action, the barcode scanner will become the background app -- and your auto[mat] is moved into a garage. If on the other side you want to batch-collect barcodes for later processing: this is possible. The well-known Barcode Scanner offered for free by the ZXing-Team provides a "bulk scan ...
If you are seeing a QR code on a web page that you are browsing with your phone, then generally there will also be a clickable link to the same place as the QR code points to. If you are seeing a QR code on a web page on your browser on another device and want to follow it using your phone, you can install any one of a number of barcode scanning apps and ...
Yes, just download an app and run it. You can't visually look at a QR code and decode it with your brain.
This is not an exact answer, but it can simplify what you want to do.. Almost all QR code readers provide result sharing options.Use this feature after installing Phone 2 Chrome or 2cloud. You can also copy results in clipboard & get clipboard data on PC using AirDroid (It doesn't require internet connection; it works over internal Wi-Fi network).
First off you need to use a QR Code Reader. There is no way around that. You can't teach some to read QR's, but you can show them the proper way of using such an app. Most of the readers have built in dummy instructions - such as center the code in the picture, how far away to get a good reading and other useful tidbits. Besides if they can take a picture ...
Maybe install a QR code reader from the app store. That's what I did when setting up Authenticator.
The Bar-coded Boarding Pass (BCBP) code is common for flight tickets. There could be other codes too, but there doesn't seem to be any app for it yet. Mails also have different codes. The US seems to be using Intelligent Mail barcode (IM barcode). IMb Reader can be used for this. Bottomline: there are several possibilities for the codes. You need to check ...
If you want to create a QR code of the play store apps from within the android itself, first install QR Droid. Then open play store from your android, click on any app and use the "share" option in the play store. Then select "QR Droid" in the list. This should get you the QR Code.
This looks like a server-side problem to me- you might want to ask this on on http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/ You really should shorten your URLs server-side, because your users are most likely not going to install a separate application just to scan your qr codes. Here are a few links to get you started: http://budurl.com/page/what-is-budurl ...
I'm a big fan of QR Code Generator from the ZXing Project. It's a web app that quickly lets you enter in any text to create a QR code. It will also allow you to enter structured info (URL's, Contact Info, Wifi-network credentials), and creates QR Codes from that. The benefit there is that you may have apps that are set up to handle structured data. E.g.: a ...
If you're looking for an Android app that does that, try "QR Droid". It lets you do this: - In the Browser, when your viewing URL that you want to share, select "Menu" > "More" > "Share page" > "QR Droid" - There, you'll be able to generate QR code with a click, and to optionally shorten it first so resulting QR code has less data an therefore is easier to ...
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