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Discussion in 'Projects' started by HashEngineering, May 3, 2014.
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Yes, I will be updating the icons.
Works great on nexus 5 & 7.
Good News. I was planning on publishing this app on Google Play today with updated icons, but my main concern is the next fork will break the app. I will wait for more feedback and also see when the DarkSend will be activated again.
A testnet version would also be good, but I need a way to distinguish between a testnet version and a main netversion in the Java code (specifically for serializing a block and deserializing blocks and headers). It is a little more complicated than setting a global variable.
What about the color scheme?
with the current icon... the dark theme is great! but depending on what icon you use will determine what colour will suit. full coin icon will do great with same theme. Just light blue D will need a change to the theme. In my view of course.
This app is now published on Google Play with (beta) in its name. It will be available after several hours.
Regarding DarkSend, I saw that the RC version of the wallet had a "Use DarkSend" checkbox on the send page. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any references to this checkbox in the github source code. That checkbox will eventually lead me to all the code to help me figure out how DarkSend works (for sending coins) and I could determine how to integrate that into the Android Wallet. I couldn't find the source for the Release Candidate anywhere.
Darksend is not open sourced yet, also thank you so much for all your hard work!
Thanks for this answer. DarkSend for this app will have to wait until July or when the feature works and is open source.
I am working on a testnet version of the app. It will have a different icon and color scheme to distinguish it from the main net app.
It currently syncs to the testnet chain (as of today) after I found the necessary information on the C++ github repo. It should be ready/published next week.
The testnet app is now online. Both apps were updated to RC3 for the masternode START times. Hope it works at the end of the week!
See the OP for the links.
It seems like the app was still working after the fork was reversed, but I will update it anyways.
Since the darkcoin code has been updated, the android app must follow suit.
I am having trouble with this section and cannot see how the master node vote information is stored in the block header. The field vmn is in the CBlockHeader class, but it is to part of the IMPLEMENT_SERIALIZE list. How can I tell if a block has master node vote information?
nVersion = this->nVersion;
nVersion = this->nVersion;
An update to the wallet will be posted in the next three weeks what will use the DNS servers recently added to the Darkcoin Client code.
The wallet has been updated.
Awesome work looks great! Cheers for supporting Dark. I'll have to get this installed. Looking forward to future Darksend+ support.
An update was posted on July 12 to fix a problem with some users. For some reason for me it worked, but others could not sync.
HashEngineering is the wallet still working with RC4?
Do you guys also develop iPhone apps by any chance?
Call for devs: Software adoption
This wallet is nothing short of pure awesomeness. With the exchange rate current and viewable, the QR code address for transfer of funds it is easy and just plain beautiful but not so plain.
I was starting to look at coding a darkcoin wallet ... and here it is - without bugs! No darksend feature that I can see though.
Wheres the iOs wallet? haha. Hopefully soon. Need to make a site like blockchain.info but for dark coins, then have it able to sync to the mobile wallet. That would be sweet.
Darksend was open source only a 2/3 ago, I guess they'll include it soon.
Sorry on the late update, but I haven't added DarkSend to the app yet. I have been readying through the code to see how it works.
If anyone wants to submit a pull request to add the feature, that will be much appreciated.
Unfortunately, we have been getting reports of users who cannot connect to any peers. I have had the same problem on my phone. So far in the debug process, I haven't found the problem. If anyone has similar experiences, let me know.
Sorry, but I don't do iOS apps (iPhone). I don't have the hardware or the expertise at this time.
The last few days my android wallet doesnt seem to connect to network and is unable to download the blockchain. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
So apparently developers are aware of this issue, but cant find a solution yet. Hopefully soon, i really liked having android wallet...
Seems like this may be it -- zero peers connecting, and my last android block is from Nov 13th.
emailed hasheng to check protocol version:
HashEngineering indeed a protocol version bump should do it.
Thanks to those who helped me solve this problem. I updated the code to the new protocol versions and it worked on my phone. Currently publishing the new version on Google Play. It will be available later.
Is there a way to import keys from my qt? Currently i could restore keys only from a file that was saved before by the android wallet.