Im creating a android app need to support custom url. like myapp:// It's work in the other android devices. But Kindle Fire tested not work. I just add the code below to AndroidManifest.xml to make the custom url work. for the Kindle Fire do I missing anything?
Hi Paynechu1, Thank you for showing interest in Kindle development. Custom url is supported in all the versions of Kindle. The app which is going resolve the url should have the manifest configured as you have mentioned above. And from any other activity you could do this, String strURL = "myapp://test"; Intent myIntent = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_VIEW, Uri.parse(strURL)); startActivity(myIntent);