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I have been trying to implement Native Ads from admob.

I got some sample code from Github. I tried to implement this code, and the demo code works fine. The native ads show up properly.

I then created my own Admob account and obtained an Ad Unit ID. The previous demo code for native ad did not work with this id, and I got an error with error code 0 although my created Ad Unit ID works fine for banner type ads.

Can someone help me out?

guys i have facing same issue and finally i have a solution for it hope this will you all..:)

Here in this image when you are trying to create an AdUnitId make sure that the width and height here will be same width and height in the XML file like this

 <com.google.android.gms.ads.NativeExpressAdView
  android:id="@+id/adView"
  android:layout_width="wrap_content"
  android:layout_height="wrap_content"
  android:layout_centerHorizontal="true"
  android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
  ads:adSize="360x320"
  ads:adUnitId="@string/NativeAdId">
</com.google.android.gms.ads.NativeExpressAdView>

One more thing you have to keep in mind that the width and height you are going to make ad will be fit in your xml layout ,So for this just first try It in your xml and then create an Native add for this.

Just try it and feel free to tell me if you will be facing any problem after doing this. Thank you

Native Ads Advanced | Android, Native is a component-based ad format that gives publishers the freedom to customize how ad assets like headlines and calls to action are presented in their apps. A single UnifiedNativeAdView corresponds to a single unified native ad. Each view used to display that ad's assets (the ImageView that displays the screenshot asset, for instance) should be a child of the UnifiedNativeAdView object. The view hierarchy for a unified native ad that uses a LinearLayout to display its asset views might look like this:

Try the following code:

XML file:

 <com.google.android.gms.ads.AdView
        xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
        android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
        android:id="@+id/adView"
        android:layout_width="fill_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        ads:adSize="BANNER"
        ads:adUnitId="ca-app-pub-xxxxxxxxx" /> 

The .java class:

AdView adView = (AdView) this.findViewById(R.id.adView);
        AdRequest adRequest = new AdRequest.Builder()
        // Add a test device to show Test Ads
        //.addTestDevice(AdRequest.DEVICE_ID_EMULATOR)
        //.addTestDevice("B2D638A0BEECBE3464024D83BE163E0E")
        .build();
        // Load ads into Banner Ads
        adView.loadAd(adRequest);

Make sure to open the commented lines:

.addTestDevice(AdRequest.DEVICE_ID_EMULATOR)
.addTestDevice("B2D638A0BEECBE3464024D83BE163E0E")

when you are in debug mode.Clicks on real Ads in debug mode may result in blocking of your Admob account.You will get the testDevice id in your logcat,replace that with that of mine.

Define the following in your manifest.xml

<activity
            android:name="com.google.android.gms.ads.AdActivity"
            android:configChanges="keyboard|keyboardHidden|orientation|screenLayout|uiMode|screenSize|smallestScreenSize"
            android:theme="@android:style/Theme.Translucent" />

and also the permission:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />

and you are ready to go.

**Note:**If ads are not showing up then wait atleast for 30 mins.

AdMob Native Advanced Ads in an Android Feed, Native ads allow you to customize the ads that appear in your app. looking for an easy way to get started, check out our Native Templates for Android or iOS. setReturnUrlsForImageAssets() Image assets for native ads are returned via instances of NativeAd.Image, which holds a Drawable and a Uri. If this option is set to false (which is the default), the Google Mobile Ads SDK fetches image assets automatically and populates both the Drawable and the Uri for you.

Recently I stucked with the same question. Then I decided to post my solution for that to admobadapter. Hope it will help you.

The basic usage could look like:

    ListView lvMessages;
    AdmobAdapterWrapper adapterWrapper;    

    @Override
    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
        setContentView(R.layout.activity_main);
        initListViewItems();
    }

    /**
     * Inits an adapter with items, wrapping your adapter with a {@link AdmobAdapterWrapper} and setting the listview to this wrapper
     * FIRST OF ALL Please notice that the following code will work on a real devices but emulator!
     */
    private void initListViewItems() {
        lvMessages = (ListView) findViewById(R.id.lvMessages);

        //creating your adapter, it could be a custom adapter as well
        ArrayAdapter<String> adapter  = new ArrayAdapter<String>(this,
                android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1);

        adapterWrapper = new AdmobAdapterWrapper(this);
        adapterWrapper.setAdapter(adapter); //wrapping your adapter with a AdmobAdapterWrapper.
        //here you can use the following string to set your custom layouts for a different types of native ads
        //adapterWrapper.setInstallAdsLayoutId(R.layout.your_installad_layout);
        //adapterWrapper.setcontentAdsLayoutId(R.layout.your_installad_layout);

        //Sets the max count of ad blocks per dataset, by default it equals to 3 (according to the Admob's policies and rules)
        adapterWrapper.setLimitOfAds(3);

        //Sets the number of your data items between ad blocks, by default it equals to 10.
        //You should set it according to the Admob's policies and rules which says not to
        //display more than one ad block at the visible part of the screen,
        // so you should choose this parameter carefully and according to your item's height and screen resolution of a target devices
        adapterWrapper.setNoOfDataBetweenAds(10);

        //It's a test admob ID. Please replace it with a real one only when you will be ready to deploy your product to the Release!
        //Otherwise your Admob account could be banned
        //String admobUnitId = getResources().getString(R.string.banner_admob_unit_id);
        //adapterWrapper.setAdmobReleaseUnitId(admobUnitId);

        lvMessages.setAdapter(adapterWrapper); // setting an AdmobAdapterWrapper to a ListView

        //preparing the collection of data
        final String sItem = "item #";
        ArrayList<String> lst = new ArrayList<String>(100);
        for(int i=1;i<=100;i++)
            lst.add(sItem.concat(Integer.toString(i)));

        //adding a collection of data to your adapter and rising the data set changed event
        adapter.addAll(lst);
        adapter.notifyDataSetChanged();
    }

And the result will look like this

Google AdMob Native Ads Playbook, Follow the instructions in the Google Developers Get Started guide (Android, iOS, Unity) to implement this ad unit in your app code to start showing ads. You will  This will unpack a root folder (admob-native-advanced-feed-master), which contains a directory specific to either Android or iOS. For this codelab you'll navigate to the Android directory. The Android directory contains the start state for this codelab, located in the work directory.

when i first implemented admob from my newly created admob account, it took my account 2 days to finally get the ads, so dont worry, just wait...also if your account is not newly created, then see if you added this permission or not

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE"/>

Create a native ad unit - AdMob Help, There are two ways to get started with native ads in AdMob: For a quick and easy start, use the native ads templates (Android, iOS). Simply use  Installing the native ad templates. To install the native templates, simply download the zip file (using the clone or download option on GitHub) and import the module into your existing Android Studio project. Choose File > New > Import Module. Select the nativetemplates folder.

Design the ideal ad experience with native ads from Google AdMob, As an addition to this thread, you can now implement NativeAds for Admob very easily by following the guide provided by Google using NativeExpressAdView . Native ads allow you to customize the look and feel of your ads, resulting in a better user experience and more flexibility. Better user experiences can increase engagement and improve your overall

Implementing native ads in android using Admob? is it possible , Native Ad is one of the Ad types of AdMob which gives you income through revenue generated by displaying Ads on your App. To learn more about AdMob and  Adding to the mix, Tooleap Ads SDK provides a simple way to implement Admob's native ads. Instead of requiring you to use the traditional listView adapter and showing the ad inside you content, they are showing admob native ads as a small floating bubble. When pressing on it you can see the full native ad.

How to insert AdMob Native Ad in your Android App, Native Ads for Content Apps. If you have a content app, then you can experiment with native ad implementation for generating revenue with AdMob. With native  AdMob offers a number of different ad formats, so you can choose the one that best fits your app's user experience. Banner. Rectangular ads that appear at the top or bottom of the device screen.

Comments
  • Same here buddy i guess we are on the same track
  • Please share your code
  • Here is the link of the class from github @kgandroid :github.com/googleads/googleads-mobile-android-examples/blob/…
  • Ok...I saw that HUGE code...But admob is very simple.I integrated it in 3 of my projects and it works flawlessly..I will post the code here..
  • code please to display ad
  • I really appreciate your help man but actually m dealing with "native ad".you can have go through by this link. developers.google.com/mobile-ads-sdk/docs/dfp/android/…
  • I have implemented the same code and set adapterWrapper.setAdmobReleaseUnitId(admobUnitId); ads are showing but on admob -> Monetize -> AdMob Network report after applying filter against admobUnitId it show Network Request 0 Matched Request 0 Impressions 0
  • @KNOWME please clarify do you use Advanced or Express ads?
  • I did this too but didn't work.Again i wanna mention its native ad not banner ad.I am not even sure Google has released support for native ad in admob.
  • OK do one thing, just for testing purposes ask your frnds who have admod account n have been using for some time. Take one of their AdMob id n see if u get ads. It's OK what type of ad it is