In Project Explorer:
- Right click on Gradle project
- Refresh All
New dependencies should be downloaded and project refreshed.
Java import statements for new Gradle project dependencies should work after this.
Start by importing your required Java Gradle projects into Eclipse’s Project Explorer.
Highlight your main project in Project Explorer.
This is the project you want to add a Gradle java project to (so you can use import statements on packages found in the other Gradle project).
On the Main toolbar menu go to
Project > Properties > Java Build Path > Projects (tab) > Add (button)
A list of projects in the current Project Explorer will show up in a window.
Select the java project that you wish to use within your main project, that is not already on the Build Path.
Eclipse should refresh / rebuild automatically and check for import statements for references to the newly added project from your main project.
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Android security fix MMS flaw – Turn Off MMS Message Auto retrieve.
Below is only a workaround for Android’s MMS Security Flaw (aka Stagefright)
Please update your Android phone ASAP. There are several other flaws related to Stagefright that this workaround will not help!
If you’re using Google Hangouts for SMS/MMS, open Hangouts app. (For Messaging app?)
Click on Settings
Click on SMS
(Click to) remove the checkbox from Auto retrieve MMS. You’re done.
Stagefright flaw in Android exploits how Android’s MMS (Multimedia Messages) system automatically downloads MMS content (e.g. video) to be read / cached locally, without any user interaction. This automatic reading of the MMS content allows attackers to embed their virus / trojan payload into a video which will automatically be run by Android’s Content Provider / Stagefright system.
This Google Android Vulnerability MMS Flaw was found by Joshua Drake (twitter) of Zimperium.
Scroll down to Multimedia (MMS) Messages.
Uncheck Auto-retrieve. You’re done.