Through the interactions with our Zebra developer community, we continue to see Link-OS Multiplatform SDK play a big role in developing printing apps to meet the label and receipt printing needs with Zebra Link-OS printers.
Hi, I have my own android program that reads barcode and I need to encode that same barcode number into zebra rfid printer using your sdk. My questions are:
Do you have an SDK that supports the writing/encoding of my own number into the RFID UHF tag/label chip without the use of your software only programmatically
If so, can share that SDK and point out the method to use to encode the number into the RFID tag chip
If you have no Android SDK for this, then do you have any other SDK
Which printer do you recommend to buy that support the suggested SDK.
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I'm trying to increase the sharpness & darkness of shipping labels printed with my ZD420 printer via an Android app.
I found sample code for this in the docs here (http://techdocs.zebra.com/link-os/2-14/android/) but when I try it, my code crashes when I call ZebraPrinterFactory.getLinkOsPrinter(connection). The error I get is:
"java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Failed resolution of: Lcom/fasterxml/jackson/databind/ObjectMapper;"