Google Play: How to filter out your app for specific devices only

If you are publishing an Android app that should only be available to a specific device, like my new Ambient Temperature Galaxy S4 app does, you can use this method to help narrow down which devices it will be available on, in Google Play store. This applies to your AndroidManifest.xml file in you app project: First of all, you can set the minSdkVersion to the sdk version that the Galaxy S 4 is shipping with, which is Android 4.

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"Ambient Temperature Galaxy S4" app released to Google Play!

May 7, 2013 my app called* Ambient Temperature Galaxy S4* was released to Google Play. This is a thermometer app which measures the Ambient Temperature, instead of the battery temperature (as many of the other apps does). This requires a special temperature sensor present on the device. As of right now, the only devices that have the nesessary Ambient Temperature Sensors, are the Samsung Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Note 3.Galaxy S5 will not be supported, as it does not

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A Mini Review of Samsung Galaxy S4

This is a small review of the Galaxy S4, as I experience it coming from the S3 with a custom rom, CyanogenMod 10.1. I will update this post as I encounter more positive or negative things. Pros: Great great 1080p screen! Very clear, bright and high pixel density makes it easy to read text and look at the screen. Snappy processor makes task switching and app launching immediate! Battery life is good. One charge got me through two days

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Samsung Galaxy S4 - Tips and Tricks

This is a post with different tips and tricks for the new Samsung Galaxy S4. How to take a screenshot on Galaxy S4 There is no obvious way to take a screen dump on the Galaxy S4, but there are two methods: When you want to take a screenshot, swipe your hand across the screen (touching it), from one side to the other. (This also works on the Galaxy S3) Press and hold the Home button and the Power button,

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