aaron at aaronwolfe.com
Fri Dec 31 12:43:11 CST 2010
AFAIK all Android devices have a menu button (and home, back and
search). It would impossible to use many apps if one did not.
Putting settings under the menu button is pretty common practice in
Android apps, if you're looking for something and don't see it, menu
should be your first step.
On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 1:38 PM, Eric Lorenz K9LGE <k9lge at emlorenz.com> wrote:
> Do you not have a 'Menu' button on your phone? I have 4 on my Droid X- Menu,
> Home, Back and Search. If when you are in the aprsdroid main screen, you hot
> your menu button, you'll get the settings option.
> Hope this helps,
> Eric K9LGE
> Eric Lorenz K9LGE
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> On 12/31/2010 12:07 PM, Lee Bengston wrote:
>> Anyone using aprsdroid that can help with a (likely to turn out to be)
>> dumb question? When I install it, I end up in the settings screen,
>> which is exactly where I want to be, but after I set it up once, I
>> can't figure out how to get back to the settings screen to make
>> changes. The only options (buttons) are 'single shot' and 'start
>> tracking', and if I hit the back button on the phone, I'm out of the
>> application. I'm on the .9 version on an LG Optimus phone.
>> Lee - K5DAT
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