Android :: Crashed Service Restarted By System Doesn't Call OnStart

Mar 31, 2009

I have noticed that if my background service crashes the system will automatically restart the service after 5 seconds. This is great, but I have noticed that only the onCreate method gets called and not the onStart method. Does this mean the service is properly restarted or do I need to do something special in the onCreate method to make sure it is? I did have my initialisation logic in the onCreate method and my starting service logic in the onStart method but it looks like it will all have to be in the onCreate method.

Android :: Crashed service restarted by system doesn't call onStart


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CODE:............

And callProfileDialog() is just:

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In the spirit of open source. here's my code:

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