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button listener not working

 
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hello.

the listener dosen't work.here is the code



 
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the toast parts never runs
 
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I just ran your code and got Toast for clicks on both start and stop buttons. Do the ids in the layout file agree with the those in the code?
 
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hello.

tnx fo replaying

my mistake. it is working. but now my problem is the whole code is not working or i can't work with it because i don't have two android phone.will you help me with??

my App is voice chat.you push on "start reciving" button in phone X then in phone Y put the Ip address in the textview and push start button.so you can talk to each other (phone X talks to phone Y)

you have to do it over the Wifi.

did i explain clearly??

sorry if my English is awful

the send part code is in first post


recving part :




XML :

 
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Recive XML:



 
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Unrelated to your problem - you might want to look at using AudioStream for this type of application - it takes care of the networking/scheduling/de-jittering/concealment/etc for you.
 
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