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Test is an Android prototype contact list application where you can add a lot of information per entry plus you can add new people through QR codes very fast.

  • Language: Spanish
  • Release date: December 20, 2019
  • Development time: 2 Weeks
  • Tools: Android Studio
  • Author: Oriol Serrabassa
  • Operating systems: Android

Additional information

As my first official native Android application, I have to say that Android or Java programming are really quite hard and different from what I have been usually working on so far. I had lots of trouble to make everything function but in the end everything went well. I was kinda surprised with all the problems I got during the development for such an easy and simple application.

This project is kinda of a prototype so I decided to named it Test and use the default Android application logo. Nothing really special for a below average Android application. I was not even sure if I should include this as one of my most important and proudest projects but since this is the only official Android app that I have developed, I decided to include it to showcase that I have at least basic knowledge regarding Android development.

Overall, I had quite the bad experience with Android and one of my worst first time experiences. By counterpart, I had a really good time with my first iOS application, Shopping List, which I developed 6 months later than this one. It looks like both smartphones operating systems are complete opposites.


  1. Download Test
  2. Download and install Android Studio
  3. Start Android Studio
  4. Click on Configure and then SDK Manager
  5. Customize Android SDK Location for an easy access
  6. Mark Android 9.0 (Pie) with an API level of 28
  7. Click Apply and then OK
  8. Go back to the main window once the installation process finishes
  9. Click Open an Existing project and browse to the project path
  10. Select the folder inside the project (green Android icon) and click OK
    1. Grant all permissions
    2. Deny all updates
    3. If you get any error, try to solve it
    4. This process is going to take some minutes so wait patiently
  11. Configure your Android phone to be able to install the app
    1. Enable USB Debugging in your phone
    2. If you get any problems, this website can help you
  12. Go back to Android Studio
  13. In the top middle of the screen you should see your device listed
    1. If you cannot see it, try restarting your PC and do step 11 again
  14. Press the green play button next to your device
  15. Application will automatically open when process ends
  16. Accept Test camera and video permissions


Test.zip (18 MB)


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