Android :: Force Application To Alive?

Jul 13, 2010

I am writing an application to do fileobservation which can be done. Is there any way I can make the application to run in the background without killing it? Unless user restart the phone. Is there any way to do it?

Android :: Force Application to alive?


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Android :: Droid Air - Keep Application Alive During Sleep?

Nov 3, 2010

If it is possible to keep an Air for Android application alive during sleep, how can it be done? I know how to prevent sleep and lock but this course is not preferable to some users.

Update

The reason in this case is to keep the video streaming from the phone to a server.

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Samsung Captivate :: Randomly Shutting Off - Keep Alive Application

Oct 23, 2010

There seems to be a solution for the random shut-down problem with Captivate: Captivate Keep Alive app. This was just posted, and it really seems to work! Give it a try. So far I've been up for more than 24 hours without a shut down event.

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General :: How To Change Alive Timeouts In Native SIP Application

Dec 21, 2011

I would like to change the Keep Alive Timeouts in the native SIP Application. I'm using a Nexus S with ICS. But I always get this error

Code:

I/ActivityManager( 152): START {act=android.intent.action.MAIN flg=0x4000000 cmp=com.android.phone/.CallFeaturesSetting} from pid 1745
E/MenuItemImpl( 1745): Can't find activity to handle intent; ignoring
E/MenuItemImpl( 1745): android.content.ActivityNotFoundException: Unable to find explicit activity class {com.android.phone/com.android.phone.CallFeaturesSetting};

have you declared this activity in your AndroidManifest.xml?

That's what i did:

-Check out Android Source with repo, Tag 4.0.3
-Edited frameworks/base/voip/java/com/android/server/sip/SipService.java
-lunch full-user
-make
-Copied the resulting Phone.apk and Phone.odex from out/target/product/generic/system/app/ to my Phone and fixed permissions.

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Android :: Application Manager & Force Close

Oct 1, 2009

The ApplicationManager is killing the process of my application when the user presses on "FORCE STOP" on the Aplication Manager.According to the documentation a broadcast action is.The user has restarted a package, and all of its processes have been killed. All runtime state associated with it (processes, alarms, notifications, etc) should be removed. *Note that the restarted package does not receive this broadcast.* The data contains the name of the package.How can I listen that action in my application; I have tried creating a BroadcastReceiver on my package, but the onReceive() is not called.

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Android :: Force Application To Restart On First Activity

Mar 18, 2010

For an unknown reason, I can't get my application leaving properly so that when I push the home button and the app icon again I resume where I was in the app....But I would like to force the application to restart at the first activity...I suppose this has something to do with onDestroy() or maybe onPause() but I don't know what to do..

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Android :: Application CFConverter Force Closes

Sep 12, 2010

I am new to android development and I have made this using help from a website. The XML files dont have any errors,Here is my Main java code: package com.CFConverter;

import android.app.Activity; import android.app.AlertDialog; import android.content.DialogInterface; import android.os.Bundle; import android.os.Message; import android.view.View; import android.view.View.OnClickListener; import android.widget.EditText; import android.widget.RadioButton; import android.widget.Toast;

public class CFConverter extends Activity {
/** Called when the activity is first created. */ private EditText text;
@Override public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
setContentView(R.layout.main);
text = (EditText) findViewById(R.id.EditText01);
} //This Handler is called when we click the button01.
public void myClickHandler(View view) //passing the current view {
if(view.getId()== R.id.Button01) {
RadioButton celsiusButton = (RadioButton)findViewById(R.id.RadioButton01);
RadioButton farhrenheitButton = (RadioButton)findViewById(R.id.RadioButton02);
if(text.getText().length()==0) { Toast.makeText(this, "Please Enter a Valid Number", Toast.LENGTH_LONG);
return; } float inputValue = Float.parseFloat(text.getText().toString());
if(celsiusButton.isChecked()) { text.setText(String.valueOf(convertCToF(inputValue)));
// calling function to convert } else {
text.setText(String.valueOf(convertFToC(inputValue)));
} return; } } private float convertCToF(float fahrenheit) {
return ((fahrenheit - 32) * 5 / 9);
} private float convertFToC(float celsius) {
return ((celsius * 9) / 5) + 32;
} }

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Android :: Application Force Closes On 1.6 - SDK / Image Available Yet?

Sep 11, 2009

We have had a couple users on the myTouch phone have issues in our application. It apparently is force closing on them. I am not sure of why it is, and the 1.6 SDK is not out yet. Has 1.6 been released into the wild? If so, do you know where I can download the image for my G1 dev phone to test w/?

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Android :: Are Processes Kept Alive When Nothing Is Being Done?

Feb 8, 2010

I have an app which declares a BroadcastReceiver, the receiver gets the broadcast, does what it needs to, then ends ensuring that everything is tidied up as needed. When I examine the system through the DDMS view in Eclipse the process for the application is still running after the receiver has completed. I've even boiled it down to a simple test case which gets a shared preferences instance from the context, checks a random setting, and then exits, and, when run on the 1.5 emulator (which is the minimum supported OS level) the process is still hanging around.The reason this is an issue is memory usage (which shows under DDMS as around 2MB).I've had queries about why the application still uses up memory even when it's not doing anything, so, my question is; Is this behaviour normal, or have I missed something that would make the process exit?

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Android :: How To Keep Service Alive?

Jul 19, 2009

Is it possible to keep service alive even if the foreground app does not run anymore? My app consists of a foreground app (UI) and a service that should keep running in the background until it is being explicitly stopped by the user (similar to a music player). The problem is that if the user opens other apps, my foreground app is being killed by the system (makes sense) but then also the service is being killed by the system (does not make sense).

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Android :: Force Close Msg For Few Seconds When Application Starts

Mar 13, 2009

i am having a force close Dialogue msg for few seconds when i run my application. can anyone tell me why is that and how can i resolve it. do i need to use thread to start my main activity?

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Android :: How To Auto Restart Application After Force Closed?

Apr 21, 2010

In an Android application, we usually got the "Force Closed" error if we didn't get the exceptions right. How can I restart my application automatically if it force closed? Is there any specific permission is used for this?

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Android :: Force Application Widget In Portrait Mode?

Jul 5, 2010

I want to force App Widget in portrait mode, as we force our activity in portrait mode by adding this attribute in Menifest file android:screenOrientation = "portrait". is there any way to force App Widget in portrait mode?

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Android :: 1.6 SDK WebView - Application Force Closes Every Time

Sep 29, 2010

I've narrowed down the problem to WebView; my application force closes every time. If I take out the WebView and put in a color change button or something, the case switching works and the application loads. I'm fairly new to the plaform, but I'm (mostly) copying directly from examples here for WebViews.

CODE:........

main.xml

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

AndroidManifest.xml

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

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Android :: TCP (XMPP) Keep Alive And TMobile

Apr 14, 2009

I just wondered which frequency is OK to send whitespace keep alive packets onto a TCP connection to keep it alive on a T-Mobile 3G connectivity (the use case is to maintain an idle XMPP session alive). On SFR in France, we are disconnected if idle for 3 minutes, but I guess T-Mobile's timeout is lower. By the way there is a bug in the Smack library, the "keep alive" setting is not enforced, e.g. if you set it to 30s, in the worst case the whitespace will not be sent until the double of this time (60s).

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Android :: Keep Connection Alive When Screen Goes Off?

Oct 22, 2010

is there any way to keep my connection alive when the screen goes off? my xmpp connection is disconnected due to ACTION_SCREEN_OFF event,

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Android :: Phonestatelistener Dies After While - Kept Alive?

Dec 7, 2009

am developing an app that needs to track incoming calls. I have set up a phonelistener which is launched form a service like so

TelephonyManager tm = (TelephonyManager)getSystemService (TELEPHONY_SERVICE); tm.listen(mPhoneListener, PhoneStateListener.LISTEN_NONE);

This seems to work for a while but then fails to fire after - say an hour. I have tried relaunching the listening in a timertask every 60 seconds but this does not seem to work. Is there a way of keeping a listener alive for a long period of time. I can only assume the system is garbage collecting it.

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Android :: Make Service Always Alive?

Jun 30, 2009

How do I make my service always alive?? If my service gets killed because of an exception or if the VM kills my service on low memory, How do I make sure that my service is always running?

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Android :: Application Force Closure By Rotating Display To Landscape

Jul 6, 2010

I have thread in "onCreate" which is getting content from web. While the content is getting, I have progress dialog.

new Thread() {
public void run() {
Get_content() ;
handler.sendEmptyMessage(0);
}
}.start();

if I rotate the display (to landscape mode) while this is running, my application gets Force close . In the log I have this:"thread main exiting due to uncaught exception"

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Android :: Sorry Application Keyboard In Process (Force Quit / Wait)

Sep 1, 2010

When a try to deploy my android App in the emulator, after the application(.apk) gets loaded in to the emulator, when I tap on the menu button in emulator for loading my application's initial screen, its is raising me a alert message with this information:
<pre>Sorry Application Keyboard in Process (Force Quit / Wait)..</pre>
and some other similar messages too..
How can I avoid this issue that is happening at all time, When this happens, unless I tap on Wait button, I can't able to proceed.

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Android :: How To Keep Mobile Network Alive Even If Screen Is Off

Dec 10, 2009

I want my service keeps network connection alive even if user presses the power button to shutdown the screen. As I have tested, socket will return exceptions and through CONNECTIVITY_ACTION intent, i know EXTRA_NO_CONNECTIVITY is true. So can current Android keep connection not closed when screen is off?

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Android :: Keeping Service Alive Across Configuration Changes

Apr 7, 2010

The default way configuration changes (i.e., rotates) are handled is to destroy the activity & recreate it with a new one. What is the recommended way to handle these changes in an activity that binds / unbinds to a service (that is possibly heavy/slow to start)? When the activity gets destroyed, it unbinds & causes the service to be destroyed. When the new activity is created, it binds & recreates the service.

The only choices seem to be:
-- override onConfigurationChanged in the activity. Feels ok, but non - conformant.
-- explicitly start the service & only stop it when the last activity gets an onDestroy that's not due to a config change (i.e., there was no call to onRetainNonConfigurationInstance). Feels icky.
-- explicitly start the service & don't stop it until some amount of time after the last unbind. Ickier.

On a related note, what happens between activity switches within a process, where the first activity (A) starts the next activity (B) & then calls finish() -- is there a guarantee that B.onCreate is called before A.onDestroy? If not, and the activities share a service, the same issue of keeping the service alive during this window exists, but with only the icky workarounds.

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Android :: Keep Threads And Views Alive Between Activities

Sep 13, 2010

Trying to understand the Android framework model. I have an application that needs to have several threads running. On thread gets GPS fixes, another picks up GPS fixes and pushes them to server, and yet another occasionally polls a server for dispatched orders. Some of these threads update status Views as well.

Since I am new to Android, the application framework model hasn't clicked for me. Where are these threads started? Right now I start the threads in the initial Activity, but if I understand it right, once that Activity goes invisible it is stopped. Furthermore, I have to track GPS and network statistics so that I can have a View which may (or may not) be the active View.

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Android :: Keeping An Activity Alive Instead Of Destroying It?

Nov 23, 2009

Is there a way to keep an Activity in memory after the user hits the back button on it?ActivitySearch is used frequently in my app, however after the user starts it up, then hits the back button, it's destroyed, and the next visit to it requires it be built from scratch again.If after its first construction, I could just request it be paused instead of destroyed on the back button, then I could reuse it. Is there a sensible way of doing this?The only way I could think of reasonably doing it is to combine ActivitySearch with ActivityMainMenu into a single activity, and simply switch views when the user chooses search, but this is probably a bad design.

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Android :: Want To Check Whether Process Is Still Alive Or Not Through Programmatically

Nov 26, 2009

I want to check whether the process is still alive or not through programmatically ,Can i do that i am trying to do it by process name in onCreate method but the issue is that the onCreate method is called always .When i check that in onCreate method i always get the process name and i can not kill the current app and switch to previous one.

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Android :: Google Map Force Close Error (Application Stopped Unexpectedly)

Nov 8, 2010

Ii have created a marker demowhich the marker on the map for which I have used pushpin.gif image. I have added the pushpin.gif in the drawable folders which is inside the resource folder. When I run it on the emulator the force close errror appears. I have also made sure that I add <uses-library android:name="com.google.android.maps"/> as a child of application which was given as an earlier solution by a friend on the discussion group. Still the error persists. I guess the code is fine.

package com.android.khushi.Googlemaps import java.util.List;
import com.google.android.maps.GeoPoint;
import com.google.android.maps.MapActivity;
import com.google.android.maps.MapController;
import com.google.android.maps.MapView;
import com.google.android.maps.Overlay;
import com.google.android.maps.MapView.LayoutParams;
import android.graphics.Bitmap;
import android.graphics.BitmapFactory;
import android.graphics.Canvas; import android.graphics.Point;
import android.os.Bundle; import android.view.View;
import android.widget.LinearLayout;
public class MapsActivity extends MapActivity {
MapView mapView;
MapController mc;
GeoPoint p;
class MapOverlay extends com.google.android.maps.Overlay {
@Override
public boolean draw(Canvas canvas, MapView mapView,
boolean shadow, long when){
super.draw(canvas, mapView, shadow);
//---translate the GeoPoint to screen pixels---
Point screenPts = new Point();
mapView.getProjection().toPixels(p, screenPts);
//---add the marker---
Bitmap bmp = BitmapFactory.decodeResource(
getResources(), R.drawable.pushpin);
canvas.drawBitmap(bmp, screenPts.x, screenPts.y-50, null);
return true;
} }
/** Called when the activity is first created. */
@Override
protected boolean isRouteDisplayed() {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
return false;
} @Override
public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState){
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
setContentView(R.layout.main);
mc.animateTo(p);
mc.setZoom(17);
//---Add a location marker---
MapOverlay mapOverlay = new MapOverlay();
List<Overlay> listOfOverlays = mapView.getOverlays();
listOfOverlays.clear();
listOfOverlays.add(mapOverlay);
mapView.invalidate();
} }

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HTC EVO 4G :: Application HTC Have To Force Close It

Jun 4, 2010

DM (process com.hetc.android.omadm. service) has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.The above shows up when I got the phone. I have to Force Close it. Any idea what is going on?

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Android :: Way To Keep Service Alive Till Phone Switched Off?

Nov 23, 2010

Once we call the startService() method, can we keep the service alive until its explicitly stopped by the user? I want my service to stay alive until the phone is switched off. How can i do this? The idea is that when I receive an incoming call, I want to start recording and once the status changes to idle, I want to stop the recording. I am doing this inside my service. It does work sometimes and sometimes it doesn't. How can I implement such a thing in a service? Can someone help me with this?

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Android :: Make Sure Activity Is Alive Before Firing Intent?

Feb 24, 2010

I am currently firing an Intent to a Broadcast Receiver which in turns starts an Activity.

Then from the same Service another Intent is fired to a Broadcast Receiver thats in the Activity.

The problem is that the Activity isn't getting the Intent meant for it because it is fired before it is alive and the Broadcast Reciever is registered.

I was wondering is there anyway to make sure an Activity is alive before sending an Intent?

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HTC EVO 4G :: YouTube Application Force Close

Jul 15, 2010

My YouTube app is force closing every time I try to open It. Is anyone else experiencing this problem? I pulled the battery twice already. It was working fine yesterday. The widget seems to be working.

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