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Q: How long does it take to get an ad?

A: This is a fairly quick process; however it mainly depends on the network status of the device. If you can't see an ad, you should get a log about it, either by receiving an error message from the server, or an error about the connection itself.

Q: In the log, it says that it is trying to get a location, but this is not mentioned afterwards. Why is this?

A:This means that the SDK has made a request to update the location using the GPS/network; however a response has not yet been received. This is in the case of using an emulation, since you can set the location using the mock location feature of Android.

Q: Why haven’t I received any ads? The server uses a sophisticated algorithm in determining exactly which ad to return, if any. In general, it is good practice to provide as many as possible profiling clues of your application, rather than choke the server with ad requests.

Q: I wish to request a new ad once in a while. How can I do that?

A: You can use a thread that runs in the background and inside an infinite loop (as long as the application is running), sleep for X seconds (say 20 seconds) and also call 'requestAd' on the ad view that you've created.

Q: I wish to add styles for the ad and the space that it takes before the ad is shown. How can I do that?

A: Since the ad view is still a view, you can change its properties just like any other view.

Q: I have a problem that is not listed here. What should I do?

A: You can always contact us at support. Please provide as much relevant information as possible

Q: What's the difference between keywords and interests?

A: Keywords are set per TapticaAdView , since they can refer to different activities, they need to be set each time you create a new TapticaAdView. Interests are global for all of them and they need to be initiated only once, each time your application runs.

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