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<title>New Android Widget Project</title>
<shortdesc>Creates a project for an Android widget.</shortdesc>
<stentry><uicontrol>Project name</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>A name for the newly created Eclipse project. Note that MOTODEV Studio will create a folder for your
project using this name; therefore, the name you supply must follow the rules for filenames on your host
operating system.</stentry>
<stentry><uicontrol>Use default location</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>Indicates whether projects should be created in the current workspace. To specify a different
location, clear this option and then use the <uicontrol>Location</uicontrol> field to specify the folder in
which the project is to be created.</stentry>
<stentry>Specifies the folder in which projects are created. By default projects are created in the current
workspace. Clear the <uicontrol>Use default location</uicontrol> option to specify a different
<stentry>Specifies the Android platform against which the application is to be built.</stentry>
<stentry><uicontrol>Application name</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>The name of your widget application as it will appear to the user on the Android device.</stentry>
<stentry><uicontrol>Package name</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>The full Java package name for your application. Note that this needs to be a unique identifier; use
standard domain-style naming.</stentry>
<stentry><uicontrol>Activity name</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>The name for the application's main activity. This is the name for the class stub that will be
generated by the plugin.</stentry>
<stentry><uicontrol>Min SDK version</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>A value that corresponds to the minimum required API level. This value determines whether or not your
application will run on a given Android device: if the <uicontrol>Min SDK version</uicontrol> is greater
than the level supported by the device, the application will not run on that device. This field is
automatically set when you specify a <uicontrol>Target</uicontrol>, but can be overridden.</stentry>