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Good morning,
i have a list of products, when a user clicks on a item, i want a small menu to open with a title and 2 options, ADD and View. How can i do this? And if a user clicks on view it opens a new activity, and if the user clicks on the ADD item it adds a product to a list.

thanks in advance.
 
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Hi Aris,
what you can do is make your Activity implement OnItemClickListener for ListView. Then on click of a particular row, you can pop up dialog where you can implement your layout and logic. Even better, you can long press a row that pops up a context menu containing your choices. Once a choice is selected you can use intent to fire the new activity. Hope this helps.
 
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