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DieBagger
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June 4, 1984 (Age: 33)
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Occupation:
Android Developer

DieBagger

Retired Team Member, Male, 33, from Austria

DieBagger was last seen:
October 26, 2015
    1. mayer2305
      mayer2305
      Hi, I am from Vienna Austria and I am urgently looking for an MP expert for the integration of a well functioning MP client/server-integration, for which I would pay for. Can you help me in finding someone in the area of Vienna or Austria?
      Thanks.
    2. kerak456
      kerak456
      Hi,
      I am a beginner in android app developing, and I was hoping that you could give me access to the app's (aMPdroid) source code. I am just extremely curious as to how you put together such an impressive project. I would be really appreciative if you did send me the source code.

      Thank You
    3. roughcut
      roughcut
      Hi, ich verfolge schon länger die Entwicklung von amPdroid und teste es auch ausgiebig. Nun sind mir bei der aktuellen Version einige Fehler aufgefallen.
      Zum einen etwas bei der Übersetzung und zum anderen funktionstechnische Fehler.
      Wo soll man diese denn bitte melden?
    4. Pascal
      Pascal
      Are you still willing to send the source of v1? I didn`t hear from you? I would like to play with it and modify the looks a bit. Thanks!
    5. Pascal
      Pascal
      Can you sent the sourcecode of the 1+ version? I would like to change the looks of the new app a bit. Thanks!
    6. Philosopheur
      Philosopheur
      I'm still trying to develop my own Remote Android client. I tried with the Shukuyen WifiRemote client to do it. I use for that C# MonoDevelop For Android. Unfortunately library are not compatible with Mono.
      I don't know if it's possible but, is it possible de get AMPDroid source code to connect WifiRemote ?
      thanks for your help.
    7. Philosopheur
      Philosopheur
      It's ok now
      Thanks a lot for your help
    8. Philosopheur
      Philosopheur
      Hi,
      I would like to try to develop my own windows/Android client for WifiRemote.
      I don't know if it's possible but i would like to learn with a basic client in c# to try to do one with Mono For Android.
      Could you help me please to provide me un basic source code of a client in C#
      Tank's to do your best.

      Best-regards,
      Philosopheur
    9. nik.rolls
      nik.rolls
      Oops, this was meant to be a PM!
    10. Thundercats
      Thundercats
      Hallo,

      Ich folge dein Thread ueber deine Ampdroid remote. (aber dass wuesstest du schon :) )

      Du fragst ob da leute sind die dir helfen koennen mit den Graphics.

      Ich bin kein profi, aber weiss wohl wie ich mit graphics arbeiten muss. Ich habe fuer Kroko (Mark) die Graphics fuer seine remote gemacht (Thundercats skin). Vielleicht wenn du mir informieren kannst welche graphics du brauchst, das ich was fuer dich tun kann.

      (Entschuldige fuer meine schlechte Deutsch-grammatik)
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