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Hey Guys, iNerfHaven Dev Here UPDATED ANDROID VERSION TO BETA 4

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#26 Reagent X

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 11:29 AM

Gave this a shot on my Galaxy S III, worked great. One thing I'd love to see is maybe links to some other major Nerf-related forums as well, like Nerf Revolution and SGNerf. Just an idea since, as someone was saying, this seems more like a "NIC" app than a NerfHaven-only one.


Great! Glad to hear it' working. What operating system are you on? And yes, I think I'm going to change it to iNIC or something to that affect.

Edited by Reagent X, 22 August 2012 - 05:04 PM.

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#27 MavericK96

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Posted 22 August 2012 - 11:02 PM

Running ICS 4.0.4, stock Samsung.
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#28 Reagent X

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Posted 23 August 2012 - 12:38 AM

Running ICS 4.0.4, stock Samsung.


Ok, It /should/ be fully compatible with all phones running 4.0.0 and up. Working on Gingerbread compatibility, though.
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#29 ShaNayNay

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 04:14 PM

Hey I noticed that you updated the beta; I have found the new version to be far better than the last. I really like the layout of the of the websites with article navigation at the bottom. The layout you used for Youtube and the Blogspot websites look great, and I like the article navigation at the bottom.

-I found one fairly large bug, and I'll describe how it happens through.
1. Open any feed or Blogspot website and click on an article on the bottom
2. The article loads, and the article drop down icon drops down, and the rest of the articles dissappear as they should
3. If you click on the Article drop down icon again to select a new article, the icon stretches up and the whole screen goes white.

-Numbers still cannot be used when typing in a username and password, making posting through the app and accessing the Trading forums impossible.
-The Nerfnation Facebook and Nerf Twitter still ahve cutoff titles and don't display tweets or posts (not sure if you have gotten to that yet or not).

Overall I think that this a huge improvement over the last update, and once some bugs are fixed I can see me using this much more than the mobile internet version. I enjoy the layout of Youtube, UT, and SG Nerf on the app much more than the mobile internet equivalents. Keep up the good work.

Edited by ShaNayNay, 29 August 2012 - 04:32 PM.

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#30 Reagent X

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Posted 31 August 2012 - 12:50 PM

-I found one fairly large bug, and I'll describe how it happens through.
1. Open any feed or Blogspot website and click on an article on the bottom
2. The article loads, and the article drop down icon drops down, and the rest of the articles dissappear as they should
3. If you click on the Article drop down icon again to select a new article, the icon stretches up and the whole screen goes white.


Yeah, I saw that happen in the simulator. What device are you using? When I went to an AT&T store (I don't own an android device for testing) it worked fine on the Note and SIII, but not on some older phones.

-Numbers still cannot be used when typing in a username and password, making posting through the app and accessing the Trading forums impossible.
-The Nerfnation Facebook and Nerf Twitter still ahve cutoff titles and don't display tweets or posts (not sure if you have gotten to that yet or not).


I have absolutely no idea why the keyboard isn't working correctly, it works fine in the emulator. It's using the stock keybaord API, too. Do you have any modifications that might be affecting that?

Overall I think that this a huge improvement over the last update, and once some bugs are fixed I can see me using this much more than the mobile internet version. I enjoy the layout of Youtube, UT, and SG Nerf on the app much more than the mobile internet equivalents. Keep up the good work.


Thanks! I've updated the beta to 0.4, check the main post for the link.

Unrelated: iNIC for iPhone (version 3.0) has been approved. iPhone and iPad now are using this beta.

Edited by Reagent X, 31 August 2012 - 12:55 PM.

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#31 ShaNayNay

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Posted 31 August 2012 - 02:05 PM

I'll check out the new version. I have an up to date Motorola Photon, and there are no restrictions that I am aware of. I can log on fine on the mobile internet version.
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#32 Reagent X

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Posted 31 August 2012 - 02:22 PM

I'll check out the new version. I have an up to date Motorola Photon, and there are no restrictions that I am aware of. I can log on fine on the mobile internet version.


Oh, Motorola has their own stupid dev environment for their phones. It may be because I'm developing for general android and not MotoDev. The new beta might not fix anything.
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